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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. Where is Belbo's boyhood home?
2. The Old Man in the Mountain is the leader of what group?
(a) The Jewish Templars.
(b) The Muslim Society.
(c) The Diabolicals.
(d) The Assassins.
3. Belbo and Casaubon interpret the computer's output to mean that Jesus fathered what line of kings?
4. Why does Casaubon choose to enter seemingly meaningless information into Abulafia?
(a) To test the theory that all information is truly interconnected.
(b) To see if the computer can differentiate between significant and meaningless data.
(c) To throw pursuers off their trail.
(d) To see if the computer's calculations are accurate.
5. Where is Casaubon's group at the beginning of Chapter 63?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is John Dee's alleged meeting with the mystics?
2. Who injures Aglie during the ceremony at the Conservatoire?
3. What does Casaubon discover, when reading the files he prints out from Belbo's computer?
4. The group led by the Old Man in the Mountain associates itself with what other group?
5. Who tries to restrain Casaubon's growing fervor for the occult in Chapter 63?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens in the story Belbo creates from Abulafia's printouts?
2. What does Aglie want Belbo to transport for him?
3. How does Casaubon reinterpret the message of the parchment Ardenti discovered?
4. What does Aglie tell Casaubon's group about the Freemasons?
5. What happens to Diotallevi in Chapter 101?
6. What does the group of cloaked individuals want with Belbo?
7. What does Casaubon do after the night at the Conservatoire?
8. What is the final piece of information for the Plan, supplied by Salon?
9. What was the relationship between the Templars and the Jesuits, according to Casaubon's theory?
10. According to Casaubon's group, what were some of the Jesuits' accomplishments?
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