5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a A gathering of men in Ancient Athens that featured eating, drinking, entertainment, and intellectual discussion
- b a form of government in which the citizens hold power
- c form of government in which a small group holds political power
- d A teacher and author. He opened a school called The Academy. He wrote The Republic, the earliest book on political science.
- e a story or play intended to entertain and amuse, usually with a happy ending
5 Multiple choice questions
- In Ancient Greece, a person who took part in the government of a city-state
- Wrote many famous Greek tragedies including Oedipus Rex.
- A person who seized power and established one-man rule
- A soldier who serves a foreign country for pay
- Athenian general/leader who lead the Athenian Navy to victory over the Persians at the battle at Salamis.
5 True/False questions
Pericles → Lead Athens through its Golden Age. Was responsible for rebuilding the city including its most famous structure, the Parthenon.
Euripides → Wrote many famous Greek tragedies. Plays such as The Trojan Women, show the misery that war brings
Phalanx → A teacher and author. He opened a school called The Academy. He wrote The Republic, the earliest book on political science.
Cleisthenes → Introduced a series of laws that established democracy in Athens. Through his reform, he sought to break the power of the aristocracy, and reorganized the structure of Athenian government. Under his constitution, the assembly won increased powers and emerged as the major political body.
Polis → City-state of Ancient Greece