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1. _____ [80, 94, 101, 105] Which of the following activities pertain to the funeral of Pallas? (Please select ALL the correct answers) (a) one thousand Trojans march in the retinue; (b) the robe of Dido; (c) human sacrifice; (d) trophies taken from the Rutulians.
A-B-C-D. All of these events (including the sacrifice of prisoners of war) are mentioned.
2. _____ [159] Which one of the following fits Drancës? (a) an arch-enemy of Turnus; (b) an enemy of King Latinus; (c) an ally of Turnus; (d) a Trojan.
A-"who hated young Turnus with a festering bitterness".
3. _____ [366] How does Diomedes respond to Turnus' appeal for help? (a) he is anxious to help, but not free to leave Argyripa his new city; (b) he thinks war with the Trojans foolish and destructive; (c) he sends 500 cavalry to help, but doesn't come himself; (d) he offers to fight Aeneas in single combat.
B-he notes the greatness in battle of Aeneas: If there had been two such warriors, the Greeks would have lost. Much more in this episode, including Ds discontent with war.
4. _____ [472] In Drancës' speech before the Latin Council, what does he recommend? (a) that Diomedes assume control over the Latin armies; (b) that Turnus resign; (c) that Latinus be deposed and replaced by Turnus; (d) that Aeneas be assassinated.
B-Drances wants Turnus "out" --"that T. forego his own right for the sake of king and homeland." He wants Turnus to renounce his claim to Lavinia.
5. _____ [661] Which Latin warrior proposes to attack the Trojans outside the city walls in hand-to-hand combat while Turnus defends the walls? (a) Camilla; (b) Volusus; (c) Ufens; (d) Tritonia.
A-this is her proposal. Turnus proposes to ambush Aeneas and his men (676ff).
8. _____ [931] How does the son of Aunus hope to escape Camilla's rage? (a) by begging for mercy; (b) by turning into a falcon; (c) by challenging her to fight on foot and then riding away; (d) by skulking behind the Trojan lines.
C--it is a ruse tried also in Homer, but Camilla can outrun the horse, which means death to Aunus.
9. _____ [1061] How does Arruns succeed in killing Camilla? (a) with a long bow shot; (b) by hitting her horse with a lance; (c) he does not kill Camilla; (d) he hits her in the chest with a javelin.
D.
10. _____ [1198] What happens with Turnus' group when they hear of Camilla's death? (a) they head back to the city; (b) they scatter in flight; (c) they carry through the ambush on Aeneas, but it fails; (d) they carry out the ambush on Aeneas and it succeeds.
A--both Aeneas and Turnus head for the city, to fight the duel that has already been appointed.