Book 1, Earliest Rome: Chapter 1, Introductory & Rome Under Kings
1. How many introductory pieces are there that precede the main text of the book?
2. What is a difficulty that the author encounters while writing about the history of Rome?
(a) Omission of facts.
(b) The origins.
(c) Exaggeration of facts.
(d) The language.
3. What does the author tell the reader he is writing about in the first Introduction?
(a) The first people in Rome that cannot be verified.
(b) The first people in Rome that anyone is certain of.
(c) The group of people who traveled through Rome before it was founded.
(d) The second group of people to inhabit Rome.
4. How common is the interaction between human and divine beings in Ancient Rome, according to Livy?
(a) It happens only twice a year.
(b) It is very common.
(c) It is very uncommon.
(d) It happens only once a year.
5. Where do the Romans adopt their religion from?
(a) The Greeks.
(b) The Bulgarians.
(c) The Turks.
(d) The Albanians.
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