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Plato's school was called the Lyceum.
a) True
b) False
c) -
d) -

Macedonia was a kingdom located to the north of Greece.
a) True
b) False

Philosophers were seekers of wisdom who
a) charged money for teaching.
b) ask questions about why and how things work
c) defeated the Persian army
d) traded goods with the Minoans

The 3 most famous philosophers of Ancient Greece were Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle.
a) True
b) False
c) -
d) -

Hippocrates believed people got sick because they did something to anger the gods and were cursed.
a) True
b) False

Who explained the scientific principle of buoyancy and demonstrated the use of the lever. He also invented the cylinder-screw and compound pulley which moves heavy objects easily?
a) Myron
b) Plato
c) Archimedes
d) Alexander

A place used for religious worship is a
a) stoic
b) Sanctuary
c) symposium
d) colony

After Alexander's death, his generals divided up his huge empire into DOMAINS.
a) True
b) False
c) -
d) -

A tall Greek vase with two handles that was often painted on was called a(n)
a) sanctuary
b) stoic
c) Amphora
d) domain

PHIDIAS was the sculptor responsible for the Parthenon’s statues including “Athena”.
a) True
b) False

Political science refers to the detailed study of government.
a) True
b) False
c) -
d) -

In ancient Greece, these were specially designed to maximize acoustics so that thousands of people could hear a performance no matter where they sat in the audience.
a) Temples
b) Houses
c) Outdoor Theaters
d) Boats

Sophists were not
a) great thinkers like philosophers
b) sculptors
c) historians
d) any of these

Zeno was the founder of
a) Stoicism
b) Geometry
c) Epicureanism
d) the royal bank of Persia

The compound pulley and cylinder screw were invented by
a) Alexander The Great
b) the gods and goddesses
c) Socrates
d) Archimedes

a) wrote plays that were tragedies
b) conquered Persia
c) estimated the Earth's circumference
d) was assassinated

The science of thinking and reasoning is called
a) democracy
b) logic
c) Cynicism
d) biology

Thucydides was a factual historian who
a) wrote about the Persian Wars
b) taught the Socratic method
c) wrote comedies
d) wrote about the Peloponnesian War

a) wrote a book about religion
b) was known for his impressive rhetorical skills
c) compiled a book of information about Geometry
d) thought the world was flat

The art style of ancient Greece that used simplistic beauty was called
a) Classical style
b) Modern Style
c) Macedonian Style
d) Gangnam Style

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