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  1. Peter
  2. Hippocrates
  3. Cyrus II
  4. Homer
  5. Phillip II of Macedon
  1. a Greatest name in history of epic poetry
    was an Asiatic Greek
    born in Smyrna
    alive around 850 BC
    tradition represents him as blind
    wrote Iliad and Odyssey
  2. b The Great
    Persian King (550-528 BCE)
    founder of the Achaemenid Empire
    clever ruler&great military leader
    "father of the Iranian nation"
    king of Anšan in 559
    united
  3. c medical knowledge and Hippocratic Oath
    Father of Medicine
  4. d (368-306)
    ruled Macedon from 359-336BC
    born in Pella
    youngest son of Amyntas III
    Was a hostage of the Greeks at Thebes between 368-365 and observed military techniques.
    when he got out he helped his brother Peridiccas III
    brother was killed in battle so Phillip took over
    Father of ALexander the Great
    Creator of League of Corinth
    controlled all of Greece
  5. e First Pope
    One of Jesus' original disciples (right hand
    one of the founders of Christianity

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. developed christian theology
    hated christians &helped execute Apostle Steven, had an epiphany
    immediately converted
    most important person
    spread christianity by way of his letters
    wrote Episitles
  2. son&successor of Cyrus the Great
    ruled the Persian Empire
    continued the politic of expansion started by his father
    went with his father to the conquest of Babylonia and was named king of Babylon After becoming king of Persia, he conquered Egypt and was named Pharao in 526
    madness
    killed by brother
  3. (638-559BC)
    considered to be 1 of the 7 wise men
    was a poet, politician &lawmaker
    born into a noble family
    at age 55 was elected archan of Athens
    wrote a series of laws and reforms
    divided Athens society into five classes based on peoples annual fortune
  4. the Hun
    ruler of the Huns
    leader of the Hunnic Empire
    invaded Italy in 451
    built up imperial confederacy in central Europe
    when he died Huns lost power
  5. The Great
    King of Persia 522-486 BCE, belonging to the Achaemenid Dynasty
    united Persia
    organized the empire into 20 satrapies
    built highways, established a postal systemhelped the economy by having coinage, weights and measures standardized
    sent expeditions to neighboring regions
    great religious tolerance
    he completed the canal from the Nile to the Red Sea.

5 True/False questions

  1. Archimedesson&successor of Cyrus the Great
    ruled the Persian Empire
    continued the politic of expansion started by his father
    went with his father to the conquest of Babylonia and was named king of Babylon After becoming king of Persia, he conquered Egypt and was named Pharao in 526
    madness
    killed by brother

          

  2. Henry IIking of England and controlled much of France
    him&his mother were named heir of Henry I
    Married Eleanor and invaded England &wins
    Forced Stephen to name him heir, became king in 1154
    Began Plantagenet Dynasty
    established order, security and peace
    feuded with Thomas a Becket
    power struggle between pope (Thomas) and king
    Killed by wife and sons

          

  3. Gutenberg1456-printed the first complete edition of the bible
    The printing revolution
    by 1500 more than 20 million volumes were copied
    printed books were cheaper and easier to produce
    made the bible readily available to many people and advanced everyones knowledge

          

  4. DavidSauls son in law
    extremely popular and untied tribes
    established the capital of Jerusalem
    founded a dynasty
    Jerusalem expansion
    Killed Goliath

          

  5. Gilgamesh(469-399)
    Greek Philosopher
    credited with the fundamentals of modern&western philosophy
    Known for creation Socratic Irony &Socratic method
    recognized for inventing pedagogy
    -teacher questions students in a manner that draws out the correct response
    students were Plato and Aristotle
    fought bravery for Athens in Peloponensian War