Trail Run Review

1. From childhood, Spartan boys were trained to be
A. philosophers. Go to #3
C. soldiers. Go to #5
B. artists. Go to #6
D. politicians. Go to #10
5. Conflict between Athens and Sparta resulted in the
A. Persian Wars go to #1
C. Macedonian Conquest. Go to #2
B. Trojan War go to #9
D. Peloponnesian Wars. Go to #10
10. According to Plato the best government was
A. a democracy. Go to #15
B. an aristocracy. Go to #12
C. rule by the military. Go to #17
D. a unique form of a monarchy. Go to #3
15. The geography of Greece helped create
A. a large Greek empire. Go to #13
B. many small city-states. Go to #14
C. unity among the Greeks. Go to #1
D. total isolation from the outside world. Go to #6
14. Hellenistic culture is a blend of
A. Persian, Greek, Egyptian and Indian ways. Go to #2
B. Egyptian, Babylonian, and Mediterranean ways. Go to #3
C. Hebrew and polytheistic beliefs. Go to #9
D. Ionian, Turkish, and Persian ways. Go to $#17
2. Alexander’s longest lasting achievement was
A. the total conquest of India and China. Go to #10
B. discovery of the Pacific Ocean. Go to #11
C. a lasting empire. Go to #1
D. the spread of Greek culture. Go to #9
9. Which of these are incorrectly matched?
A.Iliad – Odyssey – Homer Go to #8
B. Sparta – Darius Go to #7
C. Athens – Pericles Go to #4
D.Minoans – Mycenae – Earliest Greeks go to #5
7. The geography of Greece influenced the culture’s development by
A.offering vast, open plains subject to invasion. Go to #16
B. encouraging unity among the city-states. Go to #14
C. providing good harbors and bays that encouraged trade. Go to #17
D.encouraging farming but limiting foreign trade. Go to #6
17. The Ancient Greeks fought and defeated the Persians in a series of wars. Which of
the following would be considered a consequence of these wars?
A.The victory increased the Greek’s sense of their uniqueness and superiority. Go to
B. Sparta emerged as the greatest city-state in Greece. Go to #13
C. The Delian League continued to lose power and prestige in the ancient world. Go to
# 15
D.Sparta’s navy became superior over the navy of Athens. Go to #2
12. Alexander the Great controlled a vast empire. One achievement of Alexander the
Great that continued after his death was
A.the spread of Hellenism. #16
B. the split of the Roman Catholic Church into two sects. Go to #15
C. control of his empire by his army. Go to #4
D.the spread of Latin into Europe. Go to #3
16. _______: In ancient Greece, free men were citizens of what political unit?
A.the Greek empire Go to #14
B. the Greek nation Go to #11
C. the state called Greater Greece Go to #8
D.independent city-states go to #4
4. Athens developed a unique type of government. The type of government developed
in Athens with all citizens taking part is known as
A.a democracy Go to #3
B. an aristocracy Go to #6
C. a monarchy. Go to #1
D.a tyranny. Go To #17
3. Following the Persian Wars, Greece was dominated by
A.Persia Go to #4
B. Delos Go To # 13
C. Sparta Go to #12
D. Athens #11
The center of the Hellenistic world was
a. Athens. Go to #15
c. Alexandria. Go to #13
b. Babylon. Go to #12
d. Mount Olympus. Go to
Which of the following geographic characteristics of Greece provided a link to the
outside world?
a. Mountains go to #9
c. Valleys go to #11
b. Seas go to #8
d. Grasslands go to # 13
____8. Athens enjoyed a golden age under the leadership of
a. Pericles. #6
c. Darius. Go to #1
b. Alexander. Go to #7
d. Themistocles. Go to #8
____6. Who established an empire that extended from Greece to Egypt and India?
a. Alexander go to #1
c. Philip II go to #15
b. Pericles go to #2
d. Herodotus go to #5
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Period: _________________________
Q 15
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