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Questions on pages 54–55Owen Wu1 Salvius is described as anxius.2 Cogidubnus is wearing a toga praetexta and his badges of office and is leading a great number of armed men with him. 3 Salvius thinks Cogidubnus is seeking revenge. 4 Salvius thinks Memor should help him because they are Romans and Cogidubnus is a barbarian. 5 Cogidubnus accuses Memor of obtaining poison and trying to kill him. 6 Memor knows that Cephalus is dead and cannot testify against him. 7 Cogidubnus’ proof is a letter written by Cephalus and brought to him by Cephalus’ slave. 8 The slave was tortured and did not change his story.9 Salvius asks the king why are the armed men there. 10 Up to this point, Cogidubnus has not mentioned Salvius’ name. He most likely feels that the trail of the plot does not lead to him. 11 Cogidubnus informs Salvius that he has removed Memor from the care of the baths. 12 Salvius interrupts Memor’s response because, Salvius believes that Memor is about to implicate him in the plot. 13 Salvius called Cogidubnus a barbarian who had dared to remove a Roman from his