5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Persian War
- a Sorry, I didn't have info on this. Message me the information on Facebook, but for the time being, press enter.
- b A powerful boat that would help to weaken the Persian forces. It rode very high in the water.
- c An ancient Greek epic poet who is believed to have written the Iliad and the Odyssey.
- d A piece of land, where the citizens were finally admitted citizenship to Rome after Caesar conquered them. (France)
- e The capital and largest city of Greece
5 Multiple choice questions
- A system of government where the majority of the people was ruled by a king.
- Bridge-like stone structures that carry water from the hills into Roman cities.
- A group of people who were named after King Minos. They were the first civilization of Europe. Their society was very equal, and they did not believe in warfare. They came to an end when the Mycenaeans came to power.
- A festival that first started out as a religious event, but later became focused on mind and body.
- A place of assembly for the people in ancient Greece
5 True/False questions
Consuls → A piece of land, where the citizens were finally admitted citizenship to Rome after Caesar conquered them. (France)
Solon → A place of assembly for the people in ancient Greece
Battle of Marathon → In 460 B.C.E, King Darius sent his army to attack Athens; Athenians defeated them; Pheidippides ran 26 miles with the news, hence the name.
Palace of Knossos → 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.
Xerxes → A ruler in the form of democracy who dominated for twenty years. He built the Parthenon in his reign, and changed the citizenship laws.