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Unit 4 Prof.- HIST

Ancient Greece

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_________ provided Dorians with an advantage over the Myceneaens. A) An alphabet, B) Iron weapons, C) Purple dye, D) Larger ships B) Iron weapons
Attica and the Peloponnesus were attractive to settlers because of their _______. A) Deep harbors, B) Poor soil, C) Thick mountains, D) Fertile river valleys A) Deep harbors
Based on Ch 2.1 Map, what sea is closest to Troy? A) Adriatic Sea, B) Black Sea, C) Aegean Sea, D) Ionian Sea C) Aegean Sea
Based on Ch 2.1 Map, where was Athens located? A) Peloponnesus, B) Asia Minor, C) Crete, D) Attica D) Attica
Based on Ch 2.1 reading, “Ancient Egypt is more interesting than ancient Greece” is an example of ____________. A) Fact, B) History, C) Opinion, D) Truth C) Opinion
Based on Ch 2.1 reading, which of the following is a story the Greeks left us? A) “Iliad”, B) “Hercules”, C) “Isis”, D) “Homer” A) “Iliad”
Based on Ch 2.1 reading, which of these is a fact? A) Ancient Egypt’s gods never do anything, B) Egypt has the Nile, the pyramids, and even mummies, C) Philosophers are boring, D) Greece’s monuments are small and unimportant B) Egypt has the Nile, the pyramids, and even mummies
Based on Ch 2.2 Map, What is the earliest major battle shown on the map? A) Chaeronea, B) Gaugamela, C) Granius, D) Issus A) Chaeronea
Based on Ch 2.2 Map, which continent does NOT contain Alexander’s empire? A) Australia, B) Europe, C) Asia, D) Africa A) Australia
Based on Ch 2.2 Map, which sea does NOT border Alexander’s empire? A) Black Sea, B) Mediterranean Sea, C) Caspian Sea, D) Aral Sea D) Aral Sea
Based on Ch 2.2 reading, Eris’ apple caused a problem because ________________. A) Everyone knew Hera was the fairest, B) Each goddess thought they were the fairest, C) Aphrodite’s name was on the apple, D) Nobody thought Athena was the fairest. B) Each goddess thought they were the fairest
Based on Ch 2.2 reading, which of these is an opinion? A) Athena was the goddess of wisdom, B) All the gods were invited except for Eris, C) Athena did a very foolish thing, D) Eris threw a golden apple among the guests C) Athena did a very foolish thing
Based on Ch 2.2 reading, who did NOT claim the apple? A) Hera, B) Aphrodite, C) Athena, D) Paris D) Paris
Based on Ch 2.2 timeline, how long did the Peloponnesian War last? A) 108 yrs., B) 27 yrs., C) 11 yrs., D) 70 yrs. B) 27 yrs.
Based on Ch 2.2 timeline, how many years after Alexander’s invasion of the Persian Empire did he die? A) 11, B) 34, C) 23, D) 15 A) 11
Soon after Alexander defeated the Persians, he _____ A) Came down with a fever and died, B) Led a successful attack against Greece, C) Marched east and reached Pakistan and India, D) Studied Greek with Aristotle C) Marched east and reached Pakistan and India
The government of the United States is like a Greek ________. A) Tyrant, B) Monarchy, C) Oligarchy, D) Democracy D) Democracy
What city-state created democracy? A) Athens, B) Sparta, C) Thrace, D) Crete A) Athens
Which Macedonian king created the largest empire in the world? Alexander the Great
Which Macedonian king conquered Greece? Phillip
Which of the following is not a type of government in Ancient Greece? A) Oligarchy, B) Democracy, C) Dictatorship, D) Monarchy C) Dictatorship
Who Invented our alphabet and used purple dye? Phoenicians
Who is the god of sky/thunder? Zeus
Who is the god of the sea/storm? Poseidon
Who is the god of the underworld? Hades
Who is the goddess of wisdom/peace? Athena
Which Persian king invaded Greece? Darius
Who was the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey? Homer
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