Plutarch's Lives, Volume 2 Multiple Choice Test Questions

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Sertorius, Eumenes and The Comparison of Sertorius and Eumenes

1. Plutarch compares Sertorius to Philip, Antigonus, and Hannibal for his aggression, strategy, and what one other commonality?
(a) They each had one eye.
(b) They each had a short leg.
(c) They each lost a hand in battle.
(d) They each came from common families.

2. What five qualities does Plutarch claim that Sertorius possessed in greater qualities than the other generals to whom Plutarch compared him?
(a) Contentment, faithfulness, mercy, prudence and judgment.
(b) Ferocity, integrity, honesty, nobility, and courage.
(c) Bravery, wisdom, frugality, humility, and foresightedness.
(d) Nobility, mercy honesty, faithfulness, and humility.

3. In what sort of family does Plutarch claim Sertorius was raised?
(a) A noble family.
(b) A military family.
(c) A ruling class family.
(d) A poor laboring family.

4. What subject does Plutarch report Sertorius mastered as a youth?
(a) Oratory.
(b) History.
(c) Grammar.
(d) Mathematics.

5. In what sort of family does Plutarch claim Eumenes was raised?
(a) A military family
(b) A noble family.
(c) A ruling class family.
(d) A poor laboring family.

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