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Test Ch. 6

6th Grade Ancient History Test for Ch. 6

This city's chief goal was a strong army. Athens, Sparta, or Both Sparta
Women who sent off to war with the cry, "Return with your shield or on it!" Athens, Sparta, or both Sparta
This city demonstrated an early form of democracy. Athens, Aparta, or Both Athens
Oligarchy was the form of government. Athens, Sparta, or both Both
Male citizens attended meetings of the Assembly. Athens, Sparta, or Both Athens
Women received physical training so that they would become strong mothers of healthy babies. Athens, Sparta, or both Sparta
Women were not allowed to vote or to pparticipate in government meetings. Athens, Sparta, or Both Both
This city was governed by tyrants. Athens
He was one of the greatest orators and wanted to rebuild Athens after the Persian wars. Pericles
The Greeks fought the Persians in the battle of Salamis Bay
Open-aired buildings called porches where people traded and discussed politics Agora
A hill overlooking Athens and was also the center of religious life. Acropolis
He led the Persian troops against the Greeks. Xerxes
He was credited for first using the scientific method Aristotle
He was the author of two famous works, the Iliad and the Odyssey Homer
This is a lover of wisdom Philosopher
He taught his pupils by using thought provoking questions Socrates
Father of History Herodotus
Ancient Greek festival of games Olympics
Wrote an oath that is taken by many doctors even today Hippoocrates
Instrument used to write on a waxed tablet Stylus
Servants who accompanied wealthy boys to school Pedagogues
Goddesses of the arts The Muses
T or F A myth is a true story passed from generation to generation False
T or F An optical illusion occurs when an object appears to take a shape it does not really have True
In the Middle Ages, the Parthenon was used by Christians as a church True
The Greeks regarded music as the greatest of all the arts. True
King Midas was always happy to have everything he touched turned to gold False
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