5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What were the fundamental characteristics of Greek theater?
- How did the Assyrians treat the people whom they conquered?
- In spite of fair treatment by their Persian overlords, the Ionian Greeks regularly rose up in rebellion against the Persians because...
- At what point in Greek history did the term "barbaros" develop a negative connotation?
- How did ruling classes justify their position and power in early societies?
- a After the Persian Wars
- b They burned the cities they conquered, deported entire populations from their homelands, and tortured and killed thousands of captives
- c By means of religion
- d The Greeks wanted independence and freedom from Persian hegemony
- e The actors were always men, there were elaborate costumes for actors, and the theaters were open air and often built on the side of a hill
5 Multiple choice questions
- The Spartans then decided that the only way to maintain power was to establish a military society
- Deliberate exclusion of individuality and mastery of the technical problems of clothing and human anatomy
- The seclusion of women in an attempt to improve Athenian morality
- Supervising the business of government, collection of taxes, and supervision of farming and irrigation
- It prevented the Greeks from unifying under one central government and protected them from invaders
5 True/False questions
In what ways did the cities of the early Indus River Valley civilization exhibit concern for sanitation and cleanliness? → The rise of cities
What major legal principle was established through the Twelve Tables? → All free citizens had a right to the law's protection
What was the most important concept contained in the Code of Hammurabi? → 20 billion years; 4.5 billion years
For what reasons was Socrates brought to trial in ancient Athens? → They believed trade was an indecent occupation
What types of natural phenomena serve as possible explanations for the sudden disappearance of Minoan Civilization? → Volcanic eruption or tidal wave