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  1. For what reasons would the thirty year slave rebellion in Sparta be viewed as a turning point in Spartan history?
  2. In Sumerian Law, what was the most frequent form of punishment for an offense?
  3. What consequences resulted from Egyptian rulers seeking financial aid from provincial nobles during the First Intermediate Period?
  4. Identify the fundamental ideas held by Plato and Aristotle as they are presented in "The Republic" and "Politics".
  5. What major legal principle was established through the Twelve Tables?
  1. a Fines
  2. b All free citizens had a right to the law's protection
  3. c The Spartans then decided that the only way to maintain power was to establish a military society
  4. d Plato - the state is more important than the individual; Aristotle - the viability of a government is determined by circumstance
  5. e 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

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The seclusion of women in an attempt to improve Athenian morality
  2. It prevented the Greeks from unifying under one central government and protected them from invaders
  3. Economic rivalry
  4. There was no large-scale fishing industry, trade between the Romans and other people beyond the peninsula would be limited in the early days of Rome's development, and there were few good harbors
  5. Stoicism

5 True/False questions

  1. 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

          

  2. In their efforts to locate food, why was the movement of women restricted?The requirements of childcare restricted them

          

  3. For what reason was the Hittite war chariot such a formidable weapon?It allowed the Hittites to field twice as many troops as their foes

          

  4. What were the functions/responsibilities of the vizier during the Old Kingdom?Supervising the business of government, collection of taxes, and supervision of farming and irrigation

          

  5. What was the most important concept contained in the Code of Hammurabi?20 billion years; 4.5 billion years

          

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