5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a In Ancient Greece, a person who took part in the government of a city-state
- b Athenian general/leader who lead the Athenian Navy to victory over the Persians at the battle at Salamis.
- c a story or play intended to entertain and amuse, usually with a happy ending
- d Story or play in which the central character struggles against destiny, but meets an unhappy end
- e Lead Athens through its Golden Age. Was responsible for rebuilding the city including its most famous structure, the Parthenon.
5 Multiple choice questions
- form of government in which a small group holds political power
- A blind poet who lived during the 700's BC, composed the two most famous Greek epics-Iliad and the Odyssey
- Wrote many famous Greek tragedies including Oedipus Rex.
- A philosopher who believed in absolute truth. He developed a teaching technique known as The Socratic Method. He was found guilty of "corrupting the young" and was sentenced to die by drinking hemlock juice.
- Building used for worship; also a place of refuge
5 True/False questions
Classical → In Ancient Greece, a person who took part in the government of a city-state
Plato → A military formation in which foot soldiers stood so that their shields overlapped
Polis → City-state of Ancient Greece
Aristocrat → Member of the nobility or the upper-class
Democracy → A soldier who serves a foreign country for pay