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Why did Greek city-states develop so differently from each other?
a) They spoke different languages
b) Kings did not allow them to interact
c) Steep mountains kept people apart
d) They were all colonies of other countries.

What kinds of laws did oligarchs usually pass?
a) Laws that favored the poor
b) Laws the favored the wealthy
c) Fair laws
d) Meaningless laws

Tyrants rose to power through a partnership between:
a) Merchants and artisans
b) Sailors and fishers
c) Foreign powers and kings
d) Army leaders and poor people

How was ancient Greek democracy different from the democracy in the U.S.A. today?
a) Citizens voted directly on all issues
b) Citizens give their leaders total power
c) Citizens elected representatives to make laws
d) Citizens listened to the ideas of powerful speakers

Which sea did NOT border ancient Greece?
a) Mediterranean Sea
b) Ionian Sea
c) Red Sea
d) Aegean Sea

On which continent did the Greeks NOT establish colonies?
a) Africa
b) Europe
c) South America
d) Asia

Why did the Greeks start colonies?
a) To make better use of their ships
b) To share trees
c) To get more people
d) To get more farmland

Who made important government decisions in Sparta?
a) The Assembly
b) The Council of Elders
c) The winners of sports games
d) The military leaders

Women in Athens could not ______
a) own property
b) attend school
c) vote
d) all answers are correct

What was an important result of the Persian Wars?
a) Persia did not capture Greece.
b) Sparta was destroyed.
c) The Greeks changed religions
d) Greek independence ended

Who won the Peloponnesian War?
a) Athens
b) Sparta
c) Macedonia
d) Persia

Alexander the Great was taught by ___________.
a) Pericles
b) Socrates
c) Archimedes
d) Aristotle

What was a lasting influence of Alexander’s conquests?
a) The unity of Asia and Egypt
b) The spread of Greek culture
c) The rise of a new religion
d) The growth of nomadic ways of life

Famous writer… Author of The Iliad and The Odyssey
a) Phideas
b) Homer
c) Hypatia
d) Pericles

Leader of Athens during the Golden Age (460-429BC)
a) Phideas
b) Aristarchus
c) Pythagoras
d) Pericles

“Father of Medicine”… noticed that diseases had natural causes… a famous “doctor” oath is named after him.
a) Ptolemy
b) Euclid
c) Hippocrates
d) Anaxagoras

Mathematician who discovered many geometric principles… Wrote a geometry textbook that influenced students for 2000+ years…
a) Euclid
b) Pythagoras
c) Hypatia
d) Ptolemy

A 27 year-long war that seriously weakened the Greek city-states… major conflict between Athens and Sparta and their allies
a) Pericles War
b) Persian War
c) Peloponnesian War
d) Civil War

Form of government developed for the first time in Athens in which people have a say in government leadership decisions
a) oligarchy
b) democracy
c) tyranny
d) monarchy

An ancient Greek marketplace where citizens would gather to discuss ideas and events
a) agora
b) Peloponnesus
c) Parthenon
d) acropolis

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