Greece Quizzes & Trivia

Greece has a huge importance for the history of humanity. The Greek alphabet is so important for the history of humanity that even the word alphabet comes from Greek, “alpha” and “beta” being the first two letters.Almost every science known to man nowadays took its name from a Greek word because they were the first to practice them. Check out some of the questions that you’ll be facing:

What was the name of the famous person of Hellenic nationality that conquered the entire known world in antiquity?What was the year when Greece gained independence from the Ottomans?  Around how many islands does Greece currently have? Be an alpha, answer all of the questions in these trivia quizzes and show everyone you are a connoisseur of the Greek nation.

Have you ever wondered in which city-state you would have lived in Ancient Greece?  Find out by taking this fun quiz!  

Questions: 25  |  Attempts: 1319   |  Last updated: Mar 9, 2013
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    Which Greek god or goddess do you favor most?

For each statement or question, select the letter of the word or expression that, of those given, best completes the statement or answers the question.

Questions: 9  |  Attempts: 211   |  Last updated: Nov 7, 2017
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    What observations did you make about Minoan art? (2.1a) Section 2

This Quiz will test your knowledge on the important concepts and people in Chapter 6, sections 1 and 2 of your Holt World History book.

Questions: 7  |  Attempts: 181   |  Last updated: Nov 7, 2017
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    The term "golden age" refers to

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Greece Questions & Answers

Why was facilitating trades nearly impossible in ancient Greece?
The correct answer to the question “Why was facilitating trades nearly impossible in ancient Greece?” is letter B or because mountain ranges made transportation difficult and the rivers were dried up. Since ancient Greece was covered with
Who was the leader of Macedonia who united the Greek city-states and brought peace to Greece?
Philip II the great was the leader who was able to unite Greek city-states and brought peace to Greeceby using the policy of diplomacy, divide and conquer, alliancesand militarystrengths.
Which of the following changes did not take place in Greece by 500 B.C.E?
All poleis banned the aristocracy from further participation in the affairs of the city-states and initiated truly democratic governments