5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Direct Democracy
- a A type of government where the citizens would rule, without a king, or a tyrant.
- b An Athenian tutor who was taught by Socrates, but then taught Aristotle.
- c A large slave plantation that were very common in most parts of Italy.
- d First in line.
- e In ancient Rome, the supreme governing body, originally made up only of aristocrats.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A rule of three men named Octavius, Marc Antony, and Lepidus. It entered Pax Romana with Octavius.
- The mastermind who led the navy in the Battle of 300.
- The historian of the ancient days. He also wrote the history of the Peloponnesian Wars.
- A general who commanded the Carthaginian army in the second Punic War.
- Ruled Rome for more than 100 years. Built up Rome, streets, temples. Skilled metal workers Rome became rich from mining and trade
5 True/False Questions
Solon → A Greek city-state
Xerxes → In ancient Rome, the supreme governing body, originally made up only of aristocrats.
Battle of Salamis → 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.
Pericles → A ruler in the form of democracy who dominated for twenty years. He built the Parthenon in his reign, and changed the citizenship laws.
Republic → A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them