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This is the major city in Ancient Greece that was known for its artistic, philosophic, and political advances.
a) Sparta b) Oligarchy c) Socrates d) Athens
This is the major city in Ancient Greece that was known for its emphasis on and overwhelming skill in the military.
a) Sparta b) Athens c) Plato d) Aristotle
This means rule by a small group and describes the system of government employed by Ancient Sparta.
a) Direct Democracy b) Pericles c) Oligarchy d) Socrates
He was a Classical Greek philosopher, who, together with his teacher, Socrates, and his student, Aristotle, helped to lay the foundations of Western philosophy.
a) Plato b) Sparta c) Socrates d) Aristotle
He was a Classical Greek philosopher, and he strongly influenced his student Plato, as well as Aristotle, whom Plato taught.
a) Plato b) Socrates c) Pericles d) Aristotle
He was a Greek philosopher, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great.
a) Plato b) Socrates c) Pericles d) Aristotle
This is a system of government in which the people participate directly in making all public policy.
a) Peloponnesian War b) Oligarchy c) Direct Democracy d) Plato
This war was fought amongst the ancient Greek city-states from 431 to 404 BC. It pitted two alliances against each other, one led by Athens and the other by Sparta. The most important ancient source of information on the subject was written by Thucyd
a) Peloponnesian War b) World War c) Civil War d) Persian Wars
He was a prominent and influential statesman, orator, and general of Athens during the city's Golden Age, which was the time between the Persian and Peloponnesian wars. Thucydides, his contemporary historian, acclaimed him as the first citizen of Ath
a) Aristotle b) Socrates c) Pericles d) Plato
This was a series of conflicts between several Greek city-states and the Persian Empire. They started in 499 BC and lasted until 448 BC. There were two invasions of the Greek mainland, one in 490 BC (under Darius) and another in 480 BC (under Xerxes)
a) Civil War b) Persian Wars c) World War d) Peloponnesian War
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