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  • Go Polis! Go Polis! Go Polis!
    • A question will be asked and each city-state will have five seconds to write the answer on the whiteboard.
    • At the signal of the council, every city-state will have to raise their whiteboard to show the answer to the audience. No changes could be made once the board is shown.
    • If the answer is correct, you’ll be awarded one point.
    Game Rules
    • 4. In case of a tie (depending on the place the tie is) they’ll be awarded the same points. For example:
    • If there is a tie on 1 st place, the points will be awarded as follows.
    • 1 st place 7 5 th place 3
    • 2 nd place 7 6 th place 2
    • 3 rd place 7 7 th place 1
    • 4 rd place 4
    • If there is a tie on 3 rd place, the points will be awarded as follows.
    • 1 st place 7 5 th place 3
    • 2 nd place 6 6 th place 2
    • 3 rd place 5 7 th place 1
    • 4 rd place 5
  • $ 100 $ 200 $ 300 $ 400 $ 100 $ 200 $ 300 $ 400 $ 100 $ 200 $ 300 $ 400 $ 100 $ 200 $ 300 $ 400 $ 100 $ 200 $ 300 $ 400 $ 100 $ 200 $ 300 $ 400
  • FAMOUS PERSONALITIES
    • 1. Pericles was famous for
    • overthrowing the monarchy in Athens and becoming a tyrant.
    • encouraging poorer citizens to become involved in the government.
    • strategized and started the Peloponnesian war.
    • setting the Spartan slaves (helots) free.
  • FAMOUS PERSONALITIES
    • 2. Socrates was a famous Greek
    • Politician
    • Priest
    • Doctor
    • Philosopher
  • FAMOUS PERSONALITIES
    • 3. The Daughter of Demeter and Zeus, who ends up marrying Hades.
    • Hera
    • Persephony
    • Helen of Troy
    • Athena
    b) Piraeus
  • FAMOUS PERSONALITIES
    • 4. This person was well educated in philosophy, politics and war strategy, and defeated the Persians.
    • Artemis
    • Aristotle
    • Alexander the Great
    • Pericles
    b) Piraeus
  • GREEK GOVERNMENT
    • 5. Ancient Greece is credited with inventing this form of government
    • Democracy
    • Tyranny
    • Anarchy
    • Republic
  • GREEK GOVERNMENT
    • 6. Oligarchy is when
    • One person rules, as king or emperor
    • A few people rule, usually rich land owners
    • Only men rule, women have no political power
    • One persons rules, without the legal right to rule
  • GREEK GOVERNMENT
    • 7. This ancient city-state had a Council of Elders. When they voted they cheered, and the loudest applause was selected.
    • Athens
    • Corinth
    • Sparta
    • Thebes
    b) Piraeus
  • RELIGION & CULTURE
    • 8. People went to the Oracle at Delphi to
    • to pay taxes.
    • to watch the Olympic games.
    • ask for advice.
    • worship the gods.
  • RELIGION & CULTURE
    • 9. The Greek city-states all shared what in common?
    • Language and religion
    • Language and laws
    • Coinage and taxes
    • A hatred of the Romans.
  • RELIGION & CULTURE
    • 10. Socrates challenged the people of Athens, tried to make the city-state better, and encourage all people to question and think. What happened to Socrates?
    • He was made Emperor of Athens
    • He was sent to live on the island of Crete
    • He was sentenced to death
    • He changed his name to Alexander the Great
    b) Piraeus
  • RELIGION & CULTURE
    • 11. This Greek city-states welcomed the knowledge of strangers and was know for traveling on the sea?
    • Crete
    • Sparta
    • Rhodes
    • Athens
    b) Piraeus
  • GEOGRAPHY
    • 12. Attica and the Peloponnesus are names of
    • city-states
    • islands
    • mountains
    • peninsulas
  • GEOGRAPHY
    • 13. To the east of Greece lies
    • the Atlantic Ocean
    • the Aegean Sea
    • the Mediterranean Sea
    • the Nile River
  • GEOGRAPHY
    • 14. The city-state of Troy was located in what modern day country to the east of Greece?
    • Italy
    • Bulgaria
    • d) India
    c) Turkey
  • GEOGRAPHY
    • 15. Greece has many island, what is the largest island that belongs to Greece?
    • Santorini
    • Rhodes
    • d) Paros
    c) Crete
  • ATHENS
    • 16. Athens was named after
    • Poseidon, god of the seas
    • the general Athistenes
    • Athena, goddess of wisdom
    • the Trojan hero Aeneas
  • ATHENS
    • 17. Athenian citizens were
    • Only free men, born in Athens.
    • Only free men, born in Greek city-states.
    • Free men and women living in Athens.
    • People living in Athens for at least 10 years.
  • ATHENS
    • 18. Athens is known for a famous building, built on the acropolis.
    • Pantheon
    • Eiffel Tower
    • Colosseum
    d) Parthenon
  • ATHENS
    • 19. Pericles had a wall build around Athens that connected Athens to what city-state located by the sea?
    • a) Troy
    • c) Crete
    • d) Thebes
    b) Piraeus
  • SPARTA
    • 21. Spartan citizens were trained to
    • be good warriors and raise healthy children.
    • excel in the arts of politics and philosophy.
    • farm their lands and trade the surplus.
    • honour the gods and spread their religion.
  • SPARTA
    • 21. The Peloponnesian war that begin in 434 BCE was between
    • Sparta and the Persians
    • Sparta and Olympia
    • Sparta and Athens
    • Sparta and their slaves (helots)
  • SPARTA
    • 22. During the war between Sparta and Athens what help did the Spartans get from Persia that led to the surrender of Athens?
    • Persian gave them 10 000 soldiers.
    • Persians attacked Athens from the north.
    • Money to build a naval fleet.
    • Weapons and food.
    b) Piraeus
  • SPARTA
    • 23. Sparta choose to settle their nation on the Peloponnesus peninsulas because _______.
    • There were many lakes and forests
    • There was a plain and a river
    • There were mountains and deserts
    • The sea was close for the naval fleet
    b) Piraeus
  • BONUS: TIMELINE
    • What happened from 324 – 303 BCE?
    • City-states began to form in ancient Greece.
    • Athens was defeated by Sparta.
    • The Persians attacked the Greek city-states.
    • Alexander the Great created his empire.