Part 1, High and Low: Chapters 1 -15
1. Who is Marcus Tullius Cicero?
(a) A noble member of Roman society.
(b) The governor of Rome.
(c) A freed slave.
(d) An advocate in a murder case.
2. Why does Tiro go to the home of Gordianus?
(a) Gordianus owes him money.
(b) Cicero wants to hire Gordianus to investigate the murder.
(c) Tiro wants to convince Gordianus to free him.
(d) Tiro wants to marry a slave in Gordianus's household.
3. How is Tiro related to Cicero?
(a) He is Cicero's student.
(b) He is Cicero's brother.
(c) He is Cicero's nephew.
(d) He is Cicero's slave.
4. Why is Gordianus called the Finder?
(a) He functions like a bounty hunter and finds fugitives.
(b) He charges a finder's fee for prosititutes.
(c) He is a detective of sorts.
(d) He is a treasure hunter.
5. What is significant about Gordianus lacking a surname?
(a) It indicates that his family is not important in society.
(b) It indicates that he is a criminal.
(c) It indicates that he is a slave.
(d) It indicates that he is not the firstborn son.
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