Their result for The Late Roman Republic Test ...

You scored 74% politics, 35% scandal, 59% literature, and 18% factoids!

Well done for getting to the end... but now what does it all mean? If you got a high POLITICS score, that means you've displayed a healthy interest in and knowledge of the politics of the late Roman Republic. You probably enjoy reading a bit of Cicero (his legal orations), and I highly recommend you try the Roma Sub Rosa series of novels by Steven Saylor. If you got a high SCANDAL score, that means you're more interested in things like who was sleeping with whom. You've probably been enjoying the recent series Rome, but that isn't a bad thing - I'd bet many Romans of the time would be taken with all the scandalous goings on. If you got a high LITERATURE score, that means you know your Cicero from your Caesar. Again you will have enjoyed 'Rome' - they've clearly read plenty of background for it. You probably enjoy not just the standard fare of the aforementioned 'C's but also the intriguing literature of and about this period - Lucretius, Virgil, Ovid, Lucan... If you got a high FACTOIDS score, that's bad. It means you've been taken in by those popular myths which are so commonly repeated that people think they're 'facts'. For you information, Caesar was never 'Emperor' in the way we think - go away and read lots of literature on the titles of 'imperator' and 'dictator'. And yes, learn latin and read it in the original. There's no winning with this test, just a reflection of your views of ancient Rome. So, whatever you got... Hail Caesar!

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • politics Distribution

    They scored 74% on politics, higher than 52% of your peers.

  • scandal Distribution

    They scored 35% on scandal, higher than 24% of your peers.

  • literature Distribution

    They scored 59% on literature, higher than 37% of your peers.

  • factoids Distribution

    They scored 18% on factoids, higher than 11% of your peers.

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