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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. Who requested the death of Theseus?
2. What is the name of the queen's brother?
3. What does the queen's brother try to give Theseus' men after they defeat the city?
(a) A larger amount of the spoils.
(c) A banquet in their honor.
(d) A smaller amount of the spoils.
4. In Theseus' dream, what does he use to move the rock?
(a) Someone helps him.
(b) Wood poles.
(d) A wagon.
5. What does the queen announce the oracle has proclaimed about Theseus' coming?
(a) He's come to pay homage to the king and queen.
(b) He's come to destroy the town.
(c) He's come to kill the current king.
(d) He's come to marry the queen.
Short Answer Questions
1. As Theseus heads back to his people, what does he discover the queen ordered?
2. Who is Theseus' grandfather?
3. How many women had Aigeus been married to before he met Theseus' mother?
4. What does Theseus continually pray to Poseidon about?
5. How does Theseus make the people in the camp feel?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain why the true identity of Theseus' lineage was hidden.
2. Analyze the relationship between Theseus and Aigeus at their first meeting.
3. Analyze the relationship between Theseus and Queen Persephone, concentrating on how she makes him feel.
4. Explain why Theseus chose not to go on the ship where his grandfather had attained him a spot .
5. Explain Theseus' plan to get out of the kingdom without shaming his name.
6. Describe how Theseus' changes the government of Eleusis.
7. Describe the relationship between Theseus and Kannadis, concentrating on how Kannadis helps Theseus to understand Poseidon.
8. Describe how Theseus' parents came together.
9. Analyze the relationship between Theseus and his grandfather as Theseus grows from boy to man.
10. Describe what happens to make Queen Persephone cry in Book 2: Chapter 2.
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