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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 two groups came together to form Rome?
(a) The Carthaginians and the Druids.
(b) The Britons and the Celts.
(c) The Trojans and Aborigines.
(d) The Italians and the Germanic Tribes.
2. What does Sallust say is the reason Catiline eventually led the battle from the front line?
(a) He was able to keep track of the battle better.
(b) It stopped his men from running away.
(c) He was a better fighter then most of his men.
(d) He remembered his noble origins.
3. Sallust claims his writing is not totally accurate because of this.
(b) Too much time has passed.
(c) Cicero wanted a biased history.
(d) Too many facts have been covered up.
4. What does Cathegus think is the best way to forward the conspiracy?
(a) Work covertly behind the scenes.
(b) Kill the entire Senate.
(c) Follow Catiline to France.
(d) Immediate action.
5. What do the conspirators do when they hear Catiline plans to burn the city?
(a) Kill Catiline.
(b) Switch their support to Cicero.
(c) Leaves the city immediately.
(d) Tell the Senate what he is doing.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do the people in the Senate feel towards Catiline when he enters the Senate?
2. Who is told about Catiline's plans for Cicero?
3. What does Petreius do after Catiline starts to attack?
4. What does Catiline do to attract people to his cause?
5. How does Petreius motivate soldiers?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Catiline do after going to the Senate and how does he hide his intentions?
2. What is Catiline's only choice for his army? Who takes over Antonio's army and why? What does he do with the army before they fight?
3. How does Sallust compare Catlin and Cicero?
4. What and where is Manilos doing?
5. What does Sallust say happened because the society was fragile that led to the end of the society?
6. Why was there a public voting for another consul?
7. What does Cicero do with some of the conspirators and what is their ultimate fate? Who argues for their fate?
8. What does the Senate hear about Manilus and how does it affect Rome?
9. Who does Catiline attempt to recruit for allies and how do they respond?
10. In what manner did Sylla take over the government and what did he do with the army?
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