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Religion & Mythology Philosphers & Scientists City- States Wars Alexander Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six
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
Big Points Answer for Big Points Greeks influenced: democracy, philosophy, theater, sports (Olympics), geometry, architecture, art, science, language, literature (myths), warfare Back to Board
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