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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where were the Palace, Temple, and Sanctuary built?
(a) Near the fountain.
(b) On the plateau.
(c) Near the south wall.
(d) On a strong hill.
2. Who ordered the city and the sanctuary to be razed?
(a) Flavius Josephus.
3. How many fighters did John command?
4. Who led a sortie against Vespasian from the town of Tarichaeae?
5. How many walls protected the city of Jerusalem?
6. What did people do to avoid being robbed by bandits?
(a) The burry their gold.
(b) They hide their gold in rotting meat.
(c) They fed their gold to animals.
(d) Swallow gold coins.
7. How many were killed during the naval engagement on the lake near Tarichaeae?
8. Who was the governor of Syria, described in Section 9?
9. How many died during the Roman capture of Jerusalem?
(a) 3 millions.
(b) 1 million.
(c) 4 millions.
(d) 2 millions.
10. Where did Vespasian go after leaving Alexandria?
11. Who was knifed to death by the Roman crowd?
12. How long after Nero's death did Otho came to power in Rome?
(a) 9 months.
(b) 8 months.
(c) 10 months.
(d) 7 months.
13. What did Eleazar convince his people to do as the Romans were breaching the walls?
(a) Kill their families and then themselves.
(c) Charge the Romans.
14. What province did the Romans fail to control, despite the taking of Jerusalem, in Section 10?
15. What did Titus tell the War Council?
(a) He did not want to destroy works of art.
(b) He wanted to burn the city to the ground.
(c) He needed to enter the city quickly.
(d) He didn't care about Rome's reputation.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did John do with a few men and a zealot?
2. What did the Roman soldiers do to the people fleeing Jerusalem?
3. Who besieged Jerusalem, at the start of Section 7?
4. What does Flavius say the rival factions in Jerusalem destroyed?
5. What did the people of Jerusalem want to do?
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