Minoans and Macedonians
Macedonians and Thebans
Athenians and Spartans
Minoans and Mycenaeans.
Athenians and Spartans
Caused the decline of the Roman civilization
Called Classical civilization
Mixture of Greek, Hellenistic and Roman cultures
Romans did not just copy Greek work, but adapted it to fit their own purposes
Greek culture diffused to Rome
A. Their kingdom center around hilltop fortress.
B. They fought a 10-year war against Troy.
C. They adopted many aspects of the Minoans culture.
D. They conquered the Dorians around 1100 B.C.
E. Time period is considered the Bronze Age.
Decline in interest in public affairs
B. Invasion by Germanic tribes and by the Huns
Civil war and unrest
D. Crushing tax burden
E. Lack of trade due to neglect of roads
A. Military and citizens
B. Citizens of Rome and citizens of provinces
C. Members of the aristocracy and common citizens
D. The executive and legislative branches of the government
E. The Hellenistic kingdoms of Antigonus and the military
A. The senility and insanity of many Roman emperors.
B. The lack of a reliable process to determine who would be emperor.
C. The inability to collect taxes.
D. The inexperience of the Roman army.
E. The lack of a trained bureaucracy.
A. Developed extensive trade networks
B. Created classless societies
C. Encouraeed democratic ideals
D. Established free-market economies
A. Was hereditary.
B. Granted no rights or- protections to slaves.
C Was lenient and refused to enslave the voting or the eldest"-
D. Dominated the labor markets Rome became dependent on slavery:
E Encrxtraeed Romans to develop their technoloov in amiculture and mdustry.
A. Large rivers to navigate
B. No community was located near a coast.
C. Of the constant threat of armed nomadic groups.
D. Lack of technology.
E. Of rugged mountainous region
A. Women took an active role in society
B. Great public buildings including the Parthenon were built.
C. The Athenian navy became the strongest in the Mediterranean.
D. A general named Pericles led the city-state.
E. They had more citizens engaged in self-government than any other city-state
A. Help students polish their rhetorical skill
B. Encourage students to memorize information
C. Demand payment from all student
D. Encourage students to accept "what is"
E. Force students to questions their beliefs
A. Remained a religion of the Roman Umpire,
B. Taught the forgiveness of sins through faith in Jesus Christ
C. Was not a missionary religion
D, Failed to utilize the public works of the roman empire
E. Gained an early popularity among Roman rulers,
A. Rows of closely arranged foot soldiers
B. Warships escorting merchant vessels
C. Archers on top of the acropolis
D. Noblemen on horseback
E. Foot soldiers and cavalry
A. By refusing to honor the emperor as a god,
B. Refusal to show fear against the lions in the Coliseum,
C. They refused to worship Roman gods,
D. Because they were seen as a scapegoat for political problems
E. Because the basic teachings contradicted Judaism,
The first Greek plays were written to?
B. Pay tribute to the gods
C. Honor the founders of Athens,
D. Tell the story of the fall of Troy,
E. Entertain the masses.
A. He opened the faith to non-Jews and shifted its orientation more toward the Greco-Roma tradition,
B. Ile encouraged a loose organization of the church,
C. Ile appointed popes for each city.
D. He encouraged Christians to view themselves as part of a Jewish reform movemtnt,
E. He helped discourage the organization of the Christian doctrine,
A. It's easier to speak and understand than Latin
B. Cesar made it the official language of the Roman Empire
C. Alexander the Great expanded before the Romans
D. Latin is the most spoken language in the Roman Empire
E. None of the statements are true
A. A war between the Mycenaeans and Minoans,
B. A war between the Athenians and Spartans.
C. The war between the Persians and Greeks,
D. The return of a Mycenaean king to his homeland.
E. A war between the Mycenaeans and Trojans.
A. A belief in gods with human forms and human like behavior.
B. Used to understand mysteries of nature and human emotion
C. Developed from myths
D. A belief in a female chief deity, the Earth Mother
E. There were both male and female gods
A, Peace and stability.
B. The construction of roads and public buildings.
C. Flourishing trade.
D. The good emperors begin adopting an heir for succession.
E, A comfortable standard of living for almost everyone.
Pompey and Octavian
B. Antony and Octavian
C. Lepidus and Antony
D. Pompey and Crassus
E. Octavian and Lepidus