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Topic 1 Question for 5 Points Ruler of the Gods of Mount Olympus Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 5 Points Zeus Back to Board
Topic 1 Question for 10 Points What mythological creature lives in the Labyrinth of Knossos? Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 10 Points Minotaur Back to Board
Topic 1 Question for 15 Points Who wrote the Odyssey and the Illiad? Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 15 Points Homer Back to Board
Topic 1 Question for 20 Points Which God ruled over the Seas? Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 20 Points Poseidon Back to Board
Topic 1 Question for 25 Points What artistic creation first developed in the festivals to worship the God Dionysis? Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 25 Points Theater Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 5 Points Which philosopher was sentenced to death for teaching people how to critically think? Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 5 Points Socrates was sentenced to drink poisonous hemlock juice. Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 10 Points Which Greek scientist developed the principles of Geometry? Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 10 Points Euclid Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 15 Points Alexander the Great was tutored by, and influenced by, which philosopher? Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 15 Points Aristotle Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 20 Points Who is the Greek writer considered to be the “father of history”? Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 20 Points Herodotus Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 25 Points What is the name of the first book on political science written by Plato? Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 25 Points The Republic Back to Board
Topic 3 Question for 5 Points All Greek City-States were built around a raised fortified area called the __________. Show Answer
Topic 3 Answer for 5 Points Acropolis Back to Board
Topic 3 Question for 10 Points Which city-state was noted for its “warrior culture” and simple lifestyles? Show Answer
Topic 3 Answer for 10 Points Sparta Back to Board
Topic 3 Question for 15 Points Which city-state developed the world’s first system of democracy and had a powerful navy? Show Answer
Topic 3 Answer for 15 Points Athens Back to Board
Topic 3 Question for 20 Points What did the Greeks call their market? Show Answer
Topic 3 Answer for 20 Points The Agora Back to Board
Topic 3 Question for 25 Points Which city-state was home to Agemmemnon, the King who fought the Trojan War? Show Answer
Topic 3 Answer for 25 Points Mycenae Back to Board
Topic 4 Question for 5 Points What were Greek warships called? Show Answer
Topic 4 Answer for 5 Points Triremes Back to Board
Topic 4 Question for 10 Points What was the name of the infantry formation invented in, and perfected by, the Greeks and Macedonians? Show Answer
Topic 4 Answer for 10 Points The Phalanx Back to Board
Topic 4 Question for 15 Points Who won the Peloponnesian War? Show Answer
Topic 4 Answer for 15 Points Sparta Back to Board
Topic 4 Question for 20 Points At which battle did the Athenians defeat Darius’ Persian army (hint: we name a race after this)? Show Answer
Topic 4 Answer for 20 Points Marathon Back to Board
Topic 4 Question for 25 Points At which naval battle did the Greeks finally turn back Xerxe’s Persians? Show Answer
Topic 4 Answer for 25 Points Salamis Back to Board
Topic 5 Question for 5 Points Who was Alexander the Great’s Father? Show Answer
Topic 5 Answer for 5 Points Philip II of Macedonia Back to Board
Topic 5 Question for 10 Points Why did Alexander require his soldiers to shave their beards? Show Answer
Topic 5 Answer for 10 Points Less for an enemy grab and hold onto. Back to Board
Topic 5 Question for 15 Points Why did Alexander force his officers to marry Persian women and adopt Persian clothes? Show Answer
Topic 5 Answer for 15 Points He was trying to blend the cultures of the Greeks and Persians to unify his empire. Back to Board
Topic 5 Question for 20 Points What city did Alexander found in Egypt that would become a center for learning a the famous Great Lighthouse? Show Answer
Topic 5 Answer for 20 Points Alexandria Back to Board
Topic 5 Question for 25 Points Which of Alexander’s Generals ruled over Egypt starting a new dynasty of Pharaohs that would end with Cleopatra? Show Answer
Topic 5 Answer for 25 Points Ptolemy Back to Board
“Big Points” Question Name at least Three specific influences of Greek civilization on the rest of the world. Show Answer 302928272625242322212019181716151413121110987654321
Big Points Answer for Big Points Greeks influenced: democracy, philosophy, theater, sports (Olympics), geometry, architecture, art, science, language, literature (myths), warfare Back to Board
A jugar Instructions: 1) Divide into Teams 2) Ask a Question to a Team 3) If correct, click the Spin Wheel Button to choose the number of points that.
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