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  • 1. Greek Peopardy1 2 3 4 56 7 8 9 1011 12 13 14 1516 17 18 19 2021 22 23 24 25 Back to Main
  • 2. 1) Which of the following is incorrect about ancient Greece?a) Geography played a major role in shaping Greek history.b) Ancient Greeks heavily influenced Eastern Civilization.c) Burst of Greek creativity was known as the Classical Age.d) Greek Classical Age began about 500 BC (over 2,500 years ago) Back to Peopardy
  • 3. 1) Which of the following is incorrect about ancient Greece?a) Geography played a major role in shaping Greek history.b) Ancient Greeks heavily influenced Eastern Civilization.c) Burst of Greek creativity was known as the Classical Age.d) Greek Classical Age began about 500 BC (over 2,500 years ago) Back to Peopardy
  • 4. 2) From 750 BC – 500 BC what was true of Greek City-States?a) Wealth spread to more citizensb) Opening of power to more citizensc) Power went from 1st Noble Landowners  2nd Monarchy  3rd Middle Classd) Both A & Be) Both B & C Back to Peopardy
  • 5. 3) What reason did the book give for why Greeks started to colonize overseas?a) Greek gods told them to do sob) To educate non-thinkersc) Greece lacked food-producing landsd) Idea: Better to attack others than be attackede) To learn more from outsiders Back to Peopardy
  • 6. 4) Which of the following is FALSE about Athens and Sparta?a) They were Greek allies during the Peloponnesian War against Persia.b) Athenians were more warrior-like than Spartans.c) Sparta is where democracy begand) All the above are truee) All the above are false Back to Peopardy
  • 7. 5) Which of the following are least likely to want a democracy?a) Noblesb) Soldiersc) Farmersd) Slavee) Artisans (skilled workers like carpenters) Back to Peopardy
  • 8. 6) Solon’s liberal reform included all except?a) Allowed Athenian Assembly to speak on big decisions.b) Freed those sold into slavery due to debtc) Made it easier to become a citizend) All the above are truee) All the above are false Back to Peopardy
  • 9. 7) What was the biggest reason why citizens could participate in Athenian Democracy?a) No woman could participate in governmentb) Citizens had the time to participate because slaves did all the workc) King demanded that citizens participated) Weather was mostly goode) All reasons are equal Back to Peopardy
  • 10. 8) All are true of Spartans EXCEPTa) Life and society was dominated by militaryb) Girls expected to be warrior producing machinesc) Youth lived under rigid physical disciplined) Society had great concern for individual & political rights Back to Peopardy
  • 11. 9) When a large number of citizens took directpart in day to day government affairs it is called?a) Direct Democracyb) Partial Democracyc) Social Democracyd) Daily Democracye) Representative Democracy Back to Peopardy
  • 12. 10) What was NOT mentioned at Pericles’ Funeral Oration? a) Man should not be bothered with public life. b) He stressed the rights of people. c) Power rested “not of a minority, but the whole people.” d) citizens do NOT put private affairs before affairs of the state. Back to Peopardy
  • 13. 11) What word can best be described as a lover of wisdom? a) Philosopher b) Scientist c) Stoic d) Socratic e) Preacher Back to Peopardy
  • 14. 12) Socrates, Plato and Aristotle had all the following in common EXCEPT:a) They were philosophersb) They were writersc) They were teachersd) All of the abovee) None of the above Back to Peopardy
  • 15. 13) All of the following are true about Philosophers EXCEPTa) searched for laws of how the universe operated.b) respected the idea that events were caused by gods.c) questioned how government and society should workd) applied observation and reason to determine why things happened Back to Peopardy
  • 16. 14) Following the Peloponnesian War why did many young Athenians start to follow Sophists:a) Athens lost the war to the Sophist, therefore had to accept their religionb) Sophists belief to question traditional values made sense to the young who viewed the old values as the cause of losing the war to Sparta.c) Young Athenians won the war but gained little wealth and thus joined Sophists in their new tax plan to restructure the wealth of society.d) Young Athenians felt winning the war should free them of duty, which is also a central theme of Sophists. Back to Peopardy
  • 17. 15) Who am I? I was a stonemason and philosopher whocriticized Sophists. People know my opinion because one of my students wrote about what I said. I never wrotedown anything. I wasn’t interested in writing but ratherwandering the marketplace in Athens and asking people my famous conversational starter: “What is the greatest good?”a) Platob) Periclesc) Zenod) Aristotlee) Socrates Back to Peopardy
  • 18. 16) Who am I? I might very well be the best student ofall-time. Well, I certainly had the best teacher one could ask for. I was very disturbed when he was sentenced todeath for the most heinous accusations. He was accused of corrupting the minds of youth. None of which was true. Rather my teacher enlightened my mind towonderful ideas and thoughts. I famously wrote many of my teacher’s ideas in a book known as the Republic. Who am I?a) Platob) Periclesc) Mr Pd) Aristotlee) Socrates Back to Peopardy
  • 19. 17) According to Plato’s teachings what led to true knowledge?a) Faithb) Experiences of the sensesc) Reading lots of booksd) Listening to wise teacherse) Reason Back to Peopardy
  • 20. 18) Aristotle believed this allowed people to reach their full potential and achieve the ‘good life’a) schoolb) owning propertyc) slaveryd) city-statee) religion Back to Peopardy
  • 21. 19) What did Aristotle proclaim in his teaching about life?a) People should do whatever they wantb) Success is determined by wealthc) To live life in moderation is to live a false lifed) All the above are correcte) All the above are incorrect Back to Peopardy
  • 22. 20) Which of the following Greek events are in CORRECT chronological order?a) Empire Alexander  Pericles’ Funeral Oration  Socrates’ Trial  Plato Academyb) Aristotle tutors Alexander  Peloponnesian War  Hellenistic Age  Stoicismc) Plato Republic written  Solon’s rule  Roman Empire  Hellenistic Aged) Socrates’ Trial  Plato Academy  Aristotle tutors Alexander  Hellenistic Agee) Pericles War  King Phillip II defeats Greeks  Socrates’ Trial  Hellenistic Age Back to Peopardy
  • 23. 21) What is this picture depicting?a) Announcement of the death of Alexander the Greatb) Socrates just before his death.c) Pericles agreeing to lead Athenians against Sparta.d) Aristotle lecturing to his students Back to Peopardy
  • 24. 22) This picture best illustrates aa) Phalanxb) Phoenixc) Javelind) Polis Back to Peopardy
  • 25. 23) Stoics believed all people could reason EXCEPT a) Actually, Stoics didn’t believe in reason at all. b) Women c) Slaves d) Actually, Stoics believed all people could reason including women and slaves Back to Peopardy
  • 26. 24) Which thinker is matched correctly with what they believed was the ideal form of rule.a) Plato = middle class democratic ruleb) Aristotle = tyrantc) Plato = philosopher kingd) Aristotle = philosopher kinge) All are false Back to Peopardy
  • 27. 25) What is Aristotle most concerned with in his book Politics?a) How to win a political election?b) How do governments actually work?c) What government best suits an empire?d) What form of government can build an empire the fastest?e) What government can keep an empire the longest? Back to Peopardy