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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Caesar do on his way back to Rome?
(a) Trains an army.
(b) Trains himself to be in an army.
(d) Meets his first wife.
2. What happens when Caesar and Pompey finally battle each other?
(a) The two agree to a draw after a long battle.
(b) Pompey refuses to fight Caesar.
(c) Caesar narrowly defeats Pompey.
(d) Caesar thoroughly defeats Pompey.
3. What does Cicero occasionally do in order to garner glory?
(a) He takes the stories of others as his own.
(b) He associates with those who have accomplished great things.
(c) He magnifies his achievements.
(d) He risks his life to provide stories to tell.
4. How is Pompey perceived throughout much of his life?
(a) As a fearful man.
(b) As a vengeful man.
(c) As a generous man.
(d) As a greedy man.
5. What does Caesar do when he is captured by Sulla's men?
(a) He uses bribery to free himself.
(b) He tricks them into thinking Sulla has ordered his release.
(c) He escapes when they are not looking.
(d) He kills one of them and is released.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Caesar do to the pirates when he eventually captures them?
2. What reason does Considius give for his general lack of fear?
3. What causes Cicero's second divorce?
4. What does Caesar use to build support for himself as a Roman leader?
5. Why does Bibulus shut himself in his house at the end of his consul term?
Short Essay Questions
1. What causes the Egyptians to betray Pompey, how does he die, and what is Caesar's reaction?
2. What is interesting about how the battle between Pompey and Sertorius ends, and Pompey's decision afterward?
3. What does Caesar do to build support for himself as a Roman leader after he returns from Gaul, and why is the timing significant?
4. What is the contrast between Caesar's troops and Pompey's troops, and how does that affect the outcome of their war?
5. What kind of reputation does Pompey have with regard to the way he treats enemy soldiers?
6. What important event does Cicero stop when he is the praetor of Rome?
7. Why does Cicero leave Rome after he draws the ire of Clodius, and how does he return?
8. What age is Pompey when he does battle with Caesar and what happens when the two first meet?
9. How do the differences between Caesar and Pompey lead to Caesar becoming the dictator of Rome, and what does he do with the position?
10. How does Cicero die and how is he remembered?
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