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5 Matching questions

  1. eris
  2. pompey
  3. hannibal
  4. syllogism
  5. straits
  1. a narrow water passages that connect seas, in this case the straits connected the Mediterranean and Black seas which caused the disputes between the Myceneans and Trojans and according to historians, caused the actual Trojan war
  2. b lead forces from Carthage across the Alps to punish the Romans after the First Punic War (wreaks havoc everywhere he can but never captures Rome because of the city walls)
  3. c used by Aristotle, two statements leading to an obvious truth.

    Example: Every Greek is a human. Every human is a mortal. Therefore, every human is a mortal.
  4. d goddess of strife and discord, created golden apple since she was jealous that she did not get invited to the wedding
  5. e involved in first triumvirate, betrayed ceaser killed by Ptolemy's advisers

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. sea god, father of cyclopse, makes journey home hard for odysseus
  2. in the late Zhou dynasty, the dynasty begins to decline, several major feudal lords try to rule, better weapons were made so peasants can be armed and used in battle, time of warfare and philosophy (Confucianism ,Legalism, and Daoism). Basically, in te warring states period, the dynasty is declining, the feudal lords are fighting to conquer land, and some lead uprisings to try and overthrow the king so they can rule
  3. used in the Zhou dynasty, system of government in which local lords were given land of their own to govern themselves and in turn owed military service and loyalty to the king as well as money, labor, or anything else to support the king when needed
  4. system of government where a ruler gains power by force
  5. king of Macedonia, when younger he was sent as a hostage to Thebes for three years to keep peace between Macedonia and Thebes where he learned about Greek society, politics, and military tactics and training, used the phalanx, sarissas, and a cavalry to create a strong army ,conquers the rest of Greece from victory at the Battle of Chearonea. To keep the Greeks loyal and involved, he establishes the League of Corinth (representatives from each Polis get final say in his decisions) and allows each polis to keep their land and rule themselves (did not even have to pay, but they were required to contribute soldiers) His dream was to conquer Persia and he got approval from the League of Corinth. At the end of his life, he reconciles with his son Alexander and was assassinated at his daughter's wedding

5 True/False questions

  1. army assemblymade up of citizens who get together to meet and decide whether a law should be passed or not

          

  2. ismeneof Antigone who does not rebel against Creon and is quiet and submissive, showing the ideal greek woman

          

  3. shi huangdiepic written by Homer in which Hector goes to fight Achilles against the will of his parents and ends up being killed because of his pride but predicts that Paris and Apollo will kill Achilles (more explanation on questions)

          

  4. hippiasreformed the army by paying troops and outfitting them with standardized weapons

          

  5. magistratePreators- 8 who act as judges, run the government when the consuls are gone, Queastors 20 who administer finances, Censors 2 who are in charge of taxes, the census, and oversee senate admission, and dicator who serves for up to 6 month with complete control in an emergency situation