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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. Where does Petreius first attack Catiline?
(a) On the left flank.
(b) Down the center.
(c) On the right flank.
(d) From the rear.
2. What does Catiline do to attract people to his cause?
(a) Give them land.
(b) Promise them to listen to what they want.
(c) Buy them gifts and send them mistresses.
(d) Promise them a position in his government.
3. What type of people in general, did Sallust say the army had?
(a) People who wanted to serve.
(b) Patriotic people.
(c) Alturistic people.
(d) Power hungry people.
4. When does Antonio declare his injury?
(a) After the battle.
(c) During the battle.
(d) Before the battle.
5. Into what type of family was Catiline born?
(a) A family from another country.
(b) Slave family.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Cicero having a difficult time doing related to Manilos?
2. With whom does Quintus Curius have a relationship?
3. Who does Sallust say Piso treated harshly?
4. What does he tell his followers to carry at all times?
5. What does Catiline plan to do eventually in Rome?
Short Essay Questions
1. What and where is Manilos doing?
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. Why was there a public voting for another consul?
5. Who does Catiline attempt to recruit for allies and how do they respond?
6. What does Sallust say happened because the society was fragile that led to the end of the society?
7. Who does Catiline plan to assassinate and how does Fulvia find out about it?
8. What does the Senate hear about Manilus and how does it affect Rome?
9. What does Cicero do with some of the conspirators and what is their ultimate fate? Who argues for their fate?
10. What did Cicero do when he uncovered Catiline's plans and how did this stymie Cataline's plans?
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