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5 Matching questions

  1. How did the Assyrians treat the people whom they conquered?
  2. What benefit did the early Egyptians derive from the protection against invasion that was afforded by them by the geography of the region?
  3. What types of natural phenomena serve as possible explanations for the sudden disappearance of Minoan Civilization?
  4. What values are depicted by the characters in Homer's epics that were considered so important that the "Illiad" and the "Odyssey" became part of the curriculum in Greek schools?
  5. What methods were used by Philip of Macedon to extend his power during his 33 year reign?
  1. a Diplomacy, conquest, and marriage
  2. b Strive for excellence, meet fate with dignity, and love nature
  3. c They burned the cities they conquered, deported entire populations from their homelands, and tortured and killed thousands of captives
  4. d Egyptian energy and resources were not heavily directed at war
  5. e Volcanic eruption or tidal wave

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Stoicism
  2. The Spartans then decided that the only way to maintain power was to establish a military society
  3. Plato - the state is more important than the individual; Aristotle - the viability of a government is determined by circumstance
  4. The Greeks wanted independence and freedom from Persian hegemony
  5. Fines

5 True/False questions

  1. Which phase of the Punic Wars was unjustified on the part of the Romans? Why was this war fought?20 billion years; 4.5 billion years

          

  2. In what ways did the cities of the early Indus River Valley civilization exhibit concern for sanitation and cleanliness?Some houses had brick-floored bathing rooms, dirty water drained through clay pipes into gutters, and brick sewer systems ran beneath the streets

          

  3. What provided the basis for behavior in early societies?The development of agriculture

          

  4. What was the "Neolithic Revolution"?The use of fire

          

  5. What was the most important concept contained in the Code of Hammurabi?20 billion years; 4.5 billion years