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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 type of nymph is Galatea?
(a) A fire nymph.
(b) A sea nymph.
(c) A tree nymph.
(d) A flower nymph.
2. How do Aeneas' daughters escape their lives of slavery?
(a) They kill themselves and descend to the underworld.
(b) They slowly transform into marble statues.
(c) They marry centaurs and live their lives in hiding.
(d) They transform into doves and fly away.
3. Which of the following is NOT one of the substances that Aeneas' daughters produce?
4. What does Pygmalion sculpt his wife out of?
5. Which of the following is NOT an argument that Pythagoras gives against the practice of eating meat?
(a) Man could be eating his reincarnated relatives.
(b) It is a savage practice.
(c) Nothing ever dies.
(d) It causes animals to suffer.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is interesting about Cycnus' skin?
2. How does Glaucus respond to Circe when she offers herself to him?
3. Who rescues Ulysses from Circe's evil magic, allowing him to rescue his men?
4. What is Hippolytus' name changed to when he is given a second life?
5. What is Anaxerta transformed into after she rebukes Iphis?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Memnon remembered after his death at Hercules' hands?
2. How does Romulus restore the throne of his grandfather?
3. How does Ceyx respond to the news that wolves are attacking his livestock?
4. What story does Hippolytus tell Numa's wife when she is mourning over her husband's death?
5. What story does Vertumnus tell Pomona, luring her into a relationship with him?
6. How does Peleus eventually get Thetis to marry him?
7. What happens during the battle between Achilles and Cycnus?
8. How does Hecuba exact her revenge on her son, Polydorus?
9. How does Orpheus die?
10. What question does Tlepolemus ask Nestor during his storytelling, and what is Nestor's response?
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