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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 is Cicero having a difficult time doing related to Manilos?
(a) Finding him.
(b) Convincing him to be on Cicero's side.
(c) Getting good intelligence.
(d) Getting his permission to marry his sister.
2. What does Catiline plan to do with Cneuis Piso?
(a) He plans to have him marry his daughter.
(b) He plans for him to be Vice Consul.
(c) He plans to assassinate him.
(d) He plans for him to take over the two Spains.
3. For what does Sallust say the mind is needed in war?
(a) To keep the belief in the cause strong.
(b) To know if a war needs to be fought.
(c) For planning.
(d) To understand the enemy.
4. What does Sallust say is one of the main differences between Catiline and Cicero?
(a) Catiline knew how to delegate tasks.
(b) Cicero was calm and intellectual.
(c) Catiline was calm and intellectual.
(d) Cicero was full of passion and brutality.
5. What does Catiline think is the best way to advance one's ambitions?
(a) By elections.
(b) By assimilation.
(c) By conspiracy.
(d) Through war.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the people in question #55 do after Catiline leaves them?
2. What is Curius' final role in the situation with Catiline?
3. Sallust claims his writing is not totally accurate because of this.
4. Why does an empire need to have an emphasis on the mind?
5. What does Catiline promise the people in question #55 if they help him?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Cicero takes the conspirators to the Senate?
2. Why did the Romans have to defend their borders and what did they do after they were successful in that?
3. What do Catiline's followers want to do with Cicero?
4. What does Cicero ask of the Gauls and why?
5. Who does Catiline attract people to his cause and what kind of people does he attract?
6. How does Sallust compare Catlin and Cicero?
7. Who reads a letter from Catiline to the Senate, what does the letter say and what is the Senate's reaction to it?
8. What does Catiline deliver to his men, what do they ask him and what is his response?
9. Where is Catiline going with his army and what does Antonio do about it?
10. What does Cicero do with some of the conspirators and what is their ultimate fate? Who argues for their fate?
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