CC 302/CTI 310: Quiz #1 (29 January 2013)
1. Which of the following was NOT an aim of ancient Roman historians?
a) to glorify aristocratic families b) to instruct c) to glorify Rome d) to entertain e) to recover
and report historical events with as much a
Quiz #7: Remember EID
1. Who met Sulla at Brundisium when he
returned from the war vs Mithridates?
a) Julius Caesar
e) More than one of these is correct
2. Why was Cinna declared an en
Quiz #6: Remember EID
1. A novus homo (new man) was:
a) The first man in a family to become a patrician
b) The name for men who have been elected quaestor
c) A priest who oversaw private burials outside the city
Quiz #5: Remember EID
1. Why did Micipsa send Jugurtha to Spain?
a) To lead an army of Numidians against the Romans
b) To establish a Numidian colony in the North of Spain
c) Because he thought Jugurtha was the mo
1. What was the laudatio funebris?
the place in the atrium where the wake was held
b) the masks worn by actors during a funeral procession
c) the lamentations shouted by members of the funeral
d) the actors hired to play the part of the dece
Quiz #3: Remember EID
#1 What is the symbolism of the object in
this figures right hand?
that he is a farmer
that he is in debt
C) That he holds power of life
and death over his fellow
D) That he is a father
E) That he is eag
Quiz #2: Remember EID
#1: Who was given the nickname
Publicola (the Peoples Friend)?
#2: According to Livy, when was a
monarchy a preferable form of
In a time of wa
CC 302K Classical Archaeology Notes 11.01.07
Second Hour Exam ; there is question and answer session Wednesday at 7 in normal room; covers all material since last slide quiz Bronze Etruscan Mirror, 350 BCE Cast bronze Popular grave goods; not just
CC 302K Classical Archaeology Notes 11.06.07
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