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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. How did Carthage usually deal with military problems that arose?
(a) By bribing the attackers.
(b) By closing the city and playing dead.
(c) By turning to Rome for protection.
(d) By hiring mercenaries.
2. How much food did Hannibal's army have before the Battle of Cannae?
(a) 30 days worth.
(b) 10 days worth.
(c) 20 days worth.
(d) 3 days worth.
3. What was the common Roman tactic to overpower their enemies?
(a) Charged sword first.
(b) Encircle them quickly and charge toward the inside to kill them all.
(c) Wait for the cavalery to break the rank and them attack with swords.
(d) Knocked them on the ground with their shield and killed them with their sword.
4. What differentiated Romans and Greeks as far as religion?
(a) Romans did not make human sacrifice.
(b) Romans had better name for their gods.
(c) Romans were more pious.
(d) Romans were praying during battle.
5. Why did ancient historians make their work entertaining and dramatic?
(a) So it could be shared with illiterates.
(b) To be used a a recruiting tool.
(c) To children could read it.
(d) So it was interesting for school children.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did Carthage deal with failure?
2. What were Carthaginian's writing mostly about?
3. Who was Scipio Aemilianus?
4. Who settled Carthage?
5. What were Carthaginians using in battle?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who was Titius Livius?
2. What was Carthage's reputation?
3. What question does the author address about the Battle at Cannae?
4. How did some rise in military ranks?
5. What did the author compare the Punic War to?
6. How did religion come into play?
7. Who was Fabius Pictor?
8. What were young men trained to do even before entering the military?
9. What did Romans discover they needed to learn?
10. What did military tribunes do for the first time in history according to Chapter 2?
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