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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happens to Cneuis Piso?
(a) He is murdered.
(b) He breaks his leg.
(c) He is sent to Russia.
(d) Nothing happens to Piso.
2. What surprises Petreius about Catiline's attack?
(a) How weak it is.
(b) How tactically correct it is.
(c) He is not surprised by anything in Catiline's attack.
(d) How aggressive it is.
3. What does Catiline promise the people in question #55 if they help him?
(a) Total freedom from Rome.
(b) More land for their nation.
(c) Gold and riches.
(d) Their country being free of debt.
4. What does Cathegus think is the best way to forward the conspiracy?
(a) Work covertly behind the scenes.
(b) Follow Catiline to France.
(c) Kill the entire Senate.
(d) Immediate action.
5. What punishment does Cato argue for the conspirators?
(b) Life imprisonment.
(c) Being blinded.
6. What does Sallust say is the result of people wanting their own merits celebrated rather then to record others' merits?
(a) Celebrities were more imporatant than leaders.
(b) People began fighting for recognition.
(c) The society became weaker.
(d) Romans do not have great literature.
7. What does Sallust say is the reason Catiline eventually led the battle from the front line?
(a) He remembered his noble origins.
(b) He was a better fighter then most of his men.
(c) He was able to keep track of the battle better.
(d) It stopped his men from running away.
8. Sallust claims his writing is not totally accurate because of this.
(b) Cicero wanted a biased history.
(c) Too much time has passed.
(d) Too many facts have been covered up.
9. How do the people in the Senate feel towards Catiline when he enters the Senate?
10. Where does Catiline tell the Senate he is going because of the accusations against him?
11. What is Curius' final role in the situation with Catiline?
(b) General for Cicero.
(c) Government informer.
(d) He's not involved.
12. What does Catiline do when he realizes he is overpowered?
(a) He kills himself.
(b) He charges to the front.
(c) He slips away to France.
(d) He surrenders his army.
13. What does Cicero decide to do about what he knows?
(a) Send out assassins.
(b) Go to Africa until it blows over.
(c) Go to the Senate.
(d) Raise an army.
14. What does Sallust say allowed Catiline to increase his power?
(a) An uneducated public.
(b) A government that was too large.
(c) A corrupt society.
15. Who names Marcus Crassus as a conspirator?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Volturcius arrested?
2. When does Antonio declare his injury?
3. Why was the early Roman society morally sound?
4. What do the people in question #55 do after Catiline leaves them?
5. What is Manilos doing in Etrupia?
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