1. How long after the fact does Arrian write about the campaigns of Alexander?
(a) Two hundred years.
(b) Five hundred years.
(c) Four hundred years.
(d) Three hundred years.
2. What other name is Arrian, the author, known as?
3. Which one of the following is not included in the list of things that J.R. Hamilton clarifies in the book's footnotes?
(a) Alexander's age during the battles.
(b) Names of places.
(d) Number of troops involved in battles.
4. Which authors does Arrian challenge readers to read in order to verify the information he is presenting?
(a) Simonides and Aristobulus.
(b) Simonides and Archilochus.
(c) Ptolemy and Archilochus.
(d) Ptolemy and Aristobulus.
5. When is Philip of Macedon assassinated?
(a) 520 B.C.
(b) 220 B.C.
(c) 336 B.C.
(d) 446 B.C.
6. Which assassin is responsible for killing Philip of Macedon?
7. Who was Philip of Macedon's wife when he was assassinated?
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