5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Western Civilizations
- Battle of Salamis
- a The historian of the ancient days. He also wrote the history of the Peloponnesian Wars.
- b Its primary job was to elect the magistrates and had both Patricians and Plebeians.
- c A battle where the Persians lost 200 ships, but they ended up winning. They lost their whole city, but were able to weaken the Persians.
- d A significant building that was known back in the day for having been built sturdily with an indoor curved ceiling.
- e The culture that influenced the Greece we know today.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A group of people who were named after King Minos. They were the first civilization of Europe. Their society was very equal, and they did not believe in warfare. They came to an end when the Mycenaeans came to power.
- A type of war formation, in which soldiers would be broken up into groups of 4,500 to 6,000 men. They were then divided into centuries.
- A time in Greece where not much was known of their history.
- An ethnic group that settled in what is now Iran. They were rivals for control of Mesopotamia with the Greeks.
- In ancient Rome, the supreme governing body, originally made up only of aristocrats.
5 True/False questions
Plebeians → A type of war formation, in which soldiers would be broken up into groups of 4,500 to 6,000 men. They were then divided into centuries.
Latifundia → A large slave plantation that were very common in most parts of Italy.
Persian War → An ethnic group that settled in what is now Iran. They were rivals for control of Mesopotamia with the Greeks.
Aristotle → The place that the Minoans were settled in.
Plato → An Athenian tutor who was taught by Socrates, but then taught Aristotle.