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Pugio: Quiz

  

Question 1: The pugio became an ornate sidearm of officers and dignitaries as well, a custom reminiscent of the knives after which the ________ were named.
Germanic peoplesFranksAnglo-SaxonsSaxons

Question 2: Of them, late Roman writer ________, says[2]:
GratianPublius Flavius Vegetius RenatusTrajanDe Re Militari

Question 3: References to the pugio are more common in the literature of the empire, especially in ________ and Suetonius.
DomitianVespasianRoman EmpireTacitus

Question 4: [8] The emperor, ________, attempts to resign his position and offers his dagger to the consul, but it is refused and Vitellius is forced to stay by popular acclaim and the Praetorian guard.
VespasianVitelliusDomitianAugustus

Question 5: Like the ________, the pugio was probably a stabbing weapon, the type said to have been preferred by the Romans.
GladiusAncient RomeRoman military personal equipmentRoman Navy
















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