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The battle of Thermopylae was were
a) Supplies were blocked off, fire was lit, Persia won b) Food was lost, flood occurred, Greece won c) d)
Battle of Salamis was
a) Athens vs Persia b) Athens vs Spartans c) Persia vs Spartans d) None
The battle of Salamis was
a) fought on water, Athens won b) fought on water Persians won c) fought on land Athens won d) fought on land Persians won
The battle of Plataea was
a) Greece and Spartans vs Persia b) Greece vs Persia c) Persia vs Spartans d) Greece vs Spartans
Battle of plataea was
a) when spartans hold back until backup Athens comes and Greece wins b) when spartans hold back until backup Athens come and Persia wins c) d)
Direct democracy is where
a) everyone votes on laws b) everyone votes on people to vote on laws c) d)
Representative Democracy is where
a) everyone votes on laws b) everyone votes on people to vote on laws c) d)
Major contributions by the Ancient Greeks
a) olympics, navy, military tactics b) myths, olympics, epics c) all of the above d)
River where the Roman civilization was established:
a) Tiger b) Tiber c) Tigris d) Timer
Punic Wars were fought agains
a) carthaginians b) greeks c) indians d) none
The punic wars is where:
a) rome slowly destroyed the Carthaginian Empire and took control of the entire Mediterranen region b) Romans rule after the first and second c) none d) all
The rome republic had
a) statues, chariot races, gladiator contests, arches, domes, rich, powerful b) paintings, horse races, hunger games, bridges, houses c) d)
Similarities between roman republic and american government
a) only could rule for a little time b) vote on law for it to pass c) not as much power as king or queen d) all
julius caesar was not
a) a great military leader b) recruited soldiers from the poor c) dictator for life d) indian
Julius caesar was a
a) hero because he helped with finances b) hero because he was amazing c) villain because he wasn't stylish d) villain because everyone thought he was
Major contributions by the ancient Romans
a) war tactics, columns, bridges, arches, domes, government, aqueducts, concrete, and newspapers b) war elephants c) paper d)
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