5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Identify the fundamental ideas held by Plato and Aristotle as they are presented in "The Republic" and "Politics".
- What was the most important concept contained in the Code of Hammurabi?
- What was the "Neolithic Revolution"?
- What are the characteristics of Greek sculpture after 450 B.C.?
- For what reasons would the thirty year slave rebellion in Sparta be viewed as a turning point in Spartan history?
- a The development of agriculture
- b Deliberate exclusion of individuality and mastery of the technical problems of clothing and human anatomy
- c The Spartans then decided that the only way to maintain power was to establish a military society
- d The state must enforce the law
- e Plato - the state is more important than the individual; Aristotle - the viability of a government is determined by circumstance
5 Multiple choice questions
- It allowed the Hittites to field twice as many troops as their foes
- The devastating floods that occur on the river periodically
- Nobles received large plots of land, the power of nobles increased in local districts, the power of the Egyptian kings declined, and no strong central government
- They burned the cities they conquered, deported entire populations from their homelands, and tortured and killed thousands of captives
- The improvement of their cave dwellings
5 True/False questions
What were the fundamental characteristics of Greek theater? → The actors were always men, there were elaborate costumes for actors, and the theaters were open air and often built on the side of a hill
What were the functions/responsibilities of the vizier during the Old Kingdom? → The actors were always men, there were elaborate costumes for actors, and the theaters were open air and often built on the side of a hill
For what reason was the "veto" power of the tribunes in Roman government 'negative' in nature? → It allowed the Hittites to field twice as many troops as their foes
With what is the development of civilization associated? → The rise of cities
For what reasons was Socrates brought to trial in ancient Athens? → They believed trade was an indecent occupation