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social studies chapter 11 test questions READ DECRIPTION
I took questions out of the main ideas to ask you... SOME QUESTIONS ARE TRUE AND FALSE SOME AREN'T THE ONES THAT END IN A TF MEANS TRUE OR FALSE IF THERE IS NO TF THEN IT IS AN ANSWER!!!!!
Greece is 80% mountains. TF
Greeks used the seas to trade.TF
The Mediterranean Sea, Ionian Sea, and the Red sea played an important part in Greek trading. TF
The Greeks' sports competitions were a typical part of?
Which group established the first Greek civilizations?
In what battle against the Persians did 300 Spartans fight for two days until all had been killed?
democracy, monarchy, and oligarchy
The government of Sparta was part...
Greece is a peninsula. TF
Less than half the Greeks were farmers and herders. TF
Greece lacked natural resources and metals. TF
Greeks didn't have stones for building. TF
Greeks believed that their gods controlled the human and natural worlds. TF
Greeks held festivals and games to honor their gods. TF
Greek gods looked like humans and were more powerful and beautiful but they lacked human emotions and feelings. TF
humans and the world
Greek myths explained the creations of what?
Myths often begin as oral stories-- they are later written down. TF
Greeks used statues, temples, and dances to honor their gods. TF
The Olympics were created to honor Mount Olympus. TF
Oldest Olympic records date to 776 B.C., but may have started earlier. TF
Races, wrestling, jumping, throwing tested soldiersʼ skills. TF
Girls competed to honor the Greek goddess Demeter. TF
Athens is known as the "birthplace of democracy". TF
Greek city states were large--more than 200,000 people. TF
What was the center of life in a Greek city-state?
Many cities had a fortiﬁed hilltop used for military at ﬁrst, but later had temples, palaces, called _____.
In oligarchy, people ruled because of wealth and land, not birth. TF
Tyrants helped overthrow monarchy and united people. TF
The city-states of Greece depended on each other. TF
Sparta was all about being strong. TF
Athens main rival was Sparta. TF
Council of Four Hundred
What council ran daily life?
Which council voted on policies?
Persia conquered Anatolia in the 500s BC. TF
Athenians had a indirect democracy. TF
Spartan slaves had to work on fields and give half their crops to Sparta. TF