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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Claudius encourage Rome to consider in a lengthy speech?
(a) The reputation of the surrounding regions.
(b) The reputation of the soldiers.
(c) The reputation of the government.
(d) The reputation of the people.
2. What do the leaders have mixed feelings about, as a result of the slaves' revolt?
(a) Imposing a curfew.
(b) Arming the people.
(c) Eliminating the curfew.
(d) Disarming the people.
3. What introduces the idea of different classes being allowed to marry?
(a) A protest by the people.
(b) A new legislation.
(c) Pressures from other regions.
(d) A petition by the people.
4. What do the opponents of intermarriage fear?
(a) The government's loss of control.
(b) Further attempts to change the definition of marriage even more.
(c) The unintended economic consequences.
(d) The decline of the Roman culture.
5. How long do the Romans evacuate the city because of the pestilence and illness?
(a) Three years.
(b) Five years.
(c) Two years.
(d) Four years.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the allies hope Rome will provide for them in their dispute?
2. Much later, what does Plato encourage the women of Athens to do?
3. What causes the Volscians to aid a Roman party?
4. What do the Romans label the class that exhibits wealth and power?
5. Who does Postumius have trouble cooperating with in the military?
Short Essay Questions
1. How long does the pestilence and illness last, and what effect does it have on Rome?
2. Who is Quinctius, and what debate is he positioned in the middle of?
3. What is the "solution" that Rome gives its allies, and how is the decision perceived by the people?
4. What do the Volscians surprisingly do that redefines their relationship with Rome?
5. What innovation is described at the end of War & Politics pertaining to the military and how it is compensated?
6. Who do the plebians include, and how are they described?
7. Who is Appius Claudius, and what does he point out about the state of Rome?
8. What cause does Plato think women should eventually take up and why?
9. What is Veii now considered to the Romans, and how does Rome plan on dealing with the situation?
10. How do the slaves revolt, what is the senate's response, and how is the problem resolved?
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