Search: Quiz 16 (Spring 2019) For the following questions more than one of the choices may be correct. In those cases, one answer is ultimately better than the others. You will receive credit for selecting any of the correct answers but to receive a perfect score of fifteen, you will have to select the answers that most fully or accurately capture the significance of the question. Name Vibia Perpetua was A newly married woman with an infant, whose father tried on several occasions to dissuade her from her religious beliefs and care for her child. A woman who had been sentenced to death for her beliefs but who was released when the animals refused to attack and kill her in the arena. A woman who refused to sacrifice to the emperors, claiming to be a Christian, and who died after battling with a wild heifer. A woman who saw visions, one of which concerned her younger brother who had died and for whom she interceded through prayer to obtain his release from suffering. Felicitas was A pregnant woman who was imprisoned for her beliefs and who gave birth while in prison. A follower of Jesus who was sentenced to die, survived the attack of a wild animal, and who finally was executed by the gladiators. A follower of Jesus who obtained better treatment for the imprisoned Christians by bribing the guards. The sister of Secundulus, who took care of Perpetua's baby after Perpetual died from injuries she sustained in the arena. Saturus was A friend of Perpetua and Felicitas who saw a vision about his life after death. The brother of Perpetua who comforted her and brought additional food and provisions to her in prison. Perpetua's father who appealed to her to sacrifice to the emperors and obtain her freedom, so she could care for her child. A martyr who was afraid of having to fight with a bear and who eventually died from the bite of a leopard. Tryphaena was The mother of Thecla, who denounced her before Castellius, the governor of Iconium. One of the women who advocated on behalf of Thecla when she appeared before the governor of Antioch. A woman who provided hospitality for Thecla when she came to Antioch. The mother of Falconilla, on whose behalf Thecla interceded. Theoclia was A daughter of Onesiphorus, whose family hosted Paul during his visit to Iconium. One of the women who advocated on behalf of Thecla when she appeared before the governor of Antioch. The mother of Thecla, who denounced her before the Castellius, the governor of Iconium. One of the followers of Thecla after she established her healing practice in Seleucia.