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Pythagoras is known as a Greek mathematician who formulated a theorem about the relationship between what
a) sides of a right triangle
b) how a pulley works
c) the Earth spins on a fixed point
d) how do square roots

He was known as the father of history?
a) Socrates
b) Herodotus
c) Thucydides
d) Plato

The ancient Olympic games were started in which city?
a) Athens
b) Sparta
c) Olympia
d) Babylon

The Parthenon was built to honor?
a) Zeus
b) Aphrodite
c) Athena
d) Appollo

What Greek mathematician wrote the Elements of Geometry?
a) Euclid
b) Pythagoras
c) Socrates
d) Archimedes

The largest and wealthiest city during the Hellenistic age was?
a) Athens
b) Sparta
c) Alexanderia
d) Babylon

After Alexander the Great's death his territory was divided into two?
a) domains
b) colonies
c) continents
d) states

Alexander wanted to create an empire that would unite Europe and Asia and combine the better of two cultures known as
a) Greek
b) Roman
c) Hellenistic
d) Egyptian

Alexander the Great's military campaign was known as:
a) West to East
b) North to South
c) Atlantic to Pacific
d) Greece to China

Which philosopher is responsible for opening the Academy
a) Plato
b) Socrates
c) Aristotle

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