Question types

Start with

Question limit

of 169 available terms

Advertisement Upgrade to remove ads
Print test

5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. the new dynasty
  2. philosopher king
  3. Phillip II
  4. troy
  5. etruscans
  1. a restores peace and appoints officials, redistributes land to peasants, repairs defensive walls, and builds infrastructure. After several generations, the dynasty begins to age
  2. b ideal ruler according to Plato who rules by thought and action who is well trained in military training, philosophy, and math
  3. c civilization before Roman Republic, conquered by Romans, lived in the hills of Tuscany, use of metals, women held in higher regard, generally peaceful until the Lucretia conflict
  4. d king of Macedonia, when younger he was sent as a hostage to Thebes for three years to keep peace between Macedonia and Thebes where he learned about Greek society, politics, and military tactics and training, used the phalanx, sarissas, and a cavalry to create a strong army ,conquers the rest of Greece from victory at the Battle of Chearonea. To keep the Greeks loyal and involved, he establishes the League of Corinth (representatives from each Polis get final say in his decisions) and allows each polis to keep their land and rule themselves (did not even have to pay, but they were required to contribute soldiers) His dream was to conquer Persia and he got approval from the League of Corinth. At the end of his life, he reconciles with his son Alexander and was assassinated at his daughter's wedding
  5. e defeated by Greeks

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. home to the Minoan civilization and later conquered by the Myceneans
  2. father of Oedipus who was later killed by Oedipus (Laius cuts his chariot off and out of fury, Oedipus kills him)
  3. an advance in medicine during the Han Golden Age in which the doctor inserts needles under the skin at specific points to relieve pain or treat illness
  4. student of Socrates who was credited with the philosophy of forms, founded the academy with the goal of training government officials, believed that the ideal leader was a philosopher king
  5. city-state centered on creating strong warriors

5 True/False questions

  1. polyphemusnatural disasters, invasion, peasant uprisings and revolts. New dynasty claims the mandate of heaven


  2. a boyboy who leads Teiresias ans symbolizes the importance of Creon listening to Haemon


  3. the illiadepic written by Homer in which Hector goes to fight Achilles against the will of his parents and ends up being killed because of his pride but predicts that Paris and Apollo will kill Achilles (more explanation on questions)


  4. messiahHebrew word for savior, Jesus was the messiah


  5. warring states periodgreek play in which the main character Antigone buries one of her brothers who was considered a traitor by king creon so she is put to death despite the disapproval of the people


Create Set