Chapter I, In Verrem I
1. What year were the speeches of In Verrem given?
(a) 68 B.C.
(b) 71 B.C.
(c) 67 B.C.
(d) 70 B.C.
2. Which type of speech were the speeches against Verres considered?
(a) Only judicial.
(b) Neither political nor judicial.
(c) Only political.
(d) Political and judicial.
3. How many speeches were written in total against Verres?
4. Where was Verres a governor when he committed the corrupt actions Cicero spoke against?
5. When did the first hearing against Verres take place?
(a) June 4-11.
(b) August 5-13.
(c) August 7-14.
(d) June 2-10.
6. Which hearing was Verres convicted at after he failed to appear?
(a) The fourth.
(b) The third.
(c) The second.
(d) The first.
7. When did Verres serve as governor?
(a) 74-72 B.C.
(b) 70-68 B.C.
(c) 73-71 B.C.
(d) 71-69 B.C.
8. What was Verres' defense strategy?
(a) To prove his innocence.
(b) To delay the trial.
(c) To slander Cicero.
(d) To eliminate the witnesses.
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