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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the allies hope Rome will provide for them in their dispute?
(a) A different problem.
(b) A different city to conquer.
(c) A different place to battle over.
(d) A different solution.
2. How do the women in Rome factor into the wars during Rome and the Patricians?
(a) They are the reason for the wars being fought.
(b) They are involved, but not on the front lines.
(c) They are kept away from them.
(d) They are on the front lines along with the men.
3. How many simultaneous campaigns do the Romans attempt to have enough troops to serve in?
4. What role do the decemvirs have in the Republic at the start of the fourth book?
(a) They have been reduced to working men.
(b) They have been forced to serve in the military.
(c) They have been demoted.
(d) They have been removed.
5. What kind of power are the Etruscans known for?
(a) Political and cultural.
(b) Cultural, but not political.
(c) Political, but not cultural.
(d) The Etruscans were not known for having any power.
6. What causes the Roman military to face the possibility of defeat?
(a) Dissension among the soldiers.
(b) Dissension among the military leaders.
(c) A neigboring region with a larger military.
(d) A neighboring region with a larger supply of weaponry.
7. What is used to support the advocates of intermarriage?
(a) The success of intermarriage in other regions.
(b) The failure of other regions who do not have intermarriage.
(c) The previous integration of other regions by Rome.
(d) The previous design of the social classes by Rome.
8. What does Claudius encourage Rome to consider in a lengthy speech?
(a) The reputation of the people.
(b) The reputation of the government.
(c) The reputation of the soldiers.
(d) The reputation of the surrounding regions.
9. How many classes were originally listed by Servilius?
10. Much later, what does Plato encourage the women of Athens to do?
(a) Begin outnumbering the men.
(b) Begin moving away from the city.
(c) Create a militia.
(d) Run for public office.
11. What is the state of the allies when they approach Rome for mediation?
(a) They are confused by Rome's current political structure.
(b) They are angry at Rome.
(c) They are worn down.
(d) They are energized.
12. How do the common people view Caeso Quinctius?
(a) They see him as an ally.
(b) They refuse to recognize his position.
(c) They are unaware of his position.
(d) They see him as an enemy.
13. What do the leaders have mixed feelings about, as a result of the slaves' revolt?
(a) Arming the people.
(b) Imposing a curfew.
(c) Disarming the people.
(d) Eliminating the curfew.
14. Why does Postumius shockingly threaten his men?
(a) To betray Rome.
(b) To intentionally lose a battle.
(c) To join another army's fight.
(d) To harbor a secret.
15. What is the state of politics in Chapter 3 of Rome and the Patricians?
Short Answer Questions
1. What introduces the idea of different classes being allowed to marry?
2. How is Rome's decision at the end of Rome and the Patricians received?
3. What year does the section War & Politics begin?
4. Where is the civil strife in Rome resolved?
5. Why are women and children not considered part of the plebian class?
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