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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Caesar convince the assembly to give Pompey the special commission?
2. How many daughters does Servelia have?
3. What do the people of Rome do when grain prices are raised?
4. Why does Clodius lose his case against Fabia?
5. How does Caesar provide shade at the festivals he oversees?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Caesar treat the Vestal Virgins while he is being accused by the Boni?
2. What do Caesar and Servilia do during their private meetings?
3. Why does Servelia feel that Caepio's inheritance belongs to her son?
4. How does Julia feel about Brutus, and why?
5. Who does Caesar want in his Triumvirate, and why?
6. What does Caesar do at the Ludi Romani Festival?
7. What does Caesar rely on to get elected as the Pontifus Maximus?
8. How does Caesar plan to bring about the radical change that he thinks Rome needs?
9. What information does Arrius bring the Senate after being hired by Caesar?
10. Why does Cato launch war on the treasury department?
Essay Topic 1
How did Caesar change when he was around his family and when he was around his friends, and what caused these changes?
Essay Topic 2
Power and Greed were two common themes in this book. Where did they appear, and how do they differ in their manifestations?
Essay Topic 3
What were the main reasons for the ending of Caesar's marriage with Pompeia, and how did the end of this relationship affect some of the other people in the book?
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