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What was Greece’s largest Island?
What form of government was practiced in Sparta?
Which form of government was ruled by all citizens?
Who warned the Greeks about the Macedonian King and his army?
What did Pheidippides say as he reached Athens?
Rejoice we conquer
What were the common citizens of Rome called?
What were Rome’s military forces called?
What was the period of peace and prosperity that lasted 207 years?
Who moved the capital of the Roman empire from Rome to Byzantium?
Who is considered to be the first pope of the Christian Church?
Sparta’s declaration of war against Athens began which war?
Who built an empire that stretched to India?
Alexander the Great
At what battle did Pheidippides become a hero?
Where did Themistocles position his fleet so he could trap Xerxes’s ships?
Who made up Romes Triumvirate in 59B.C?
Julius Caesar, Pmpey, Crassus
Which group of people emphasized duty, strength and discipline?
What term is used today for the art of Athens during the Age of Pericles?
Who wrote the book “Elements” which is the basis for modern geometry?
Where is the largest known Hellenistic statue located?
Which emperor divided the empire into Greek-speaking East and Latin-speaking West?
What were the Roman channels that brought water to cities and towns around the empire?
What happened to Julius Caesar?
Stabbed to death by Senate members
What battle formation produced the most powerful fighting force in the ancient world?
Which Christian leader wrote letters that formed the Epistles of the New Testament?
What did Julius Caesar cry out as he was dying?
Et tu, Brute? or You Too Brutus?
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