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Ancient Rome History of Christianity Great Events in English History European Geography
What Greek city-state was dedicated to war? Sparta
What Macedonian king became one of the greatest military generals in all of history? Alexander the Great
Who was the famous Greek philosopher who was condemned to die because he did not believe in the Greek gods?
Who was the most famous ancient Greek scientist? Archimedes
What year did the first Olympic games take place? 776 B.C.
What Bible hero prophesied a powerful kingdom that would be as “strong as iron”? Daniel
What beautiful Egyptian Queen was Mark Antony’s ally?
Name 3 items of ancient Roman clothing? Tunic Toga Sandals
What great Roman military leader was stabbed to death on March 15, 44 B.C. Julius Caesar
What two class groups were the ancient Romans divided into? Patricians------wealthy and distinguished Plebians------common people
What was the name of the huge outdoor fighting arena in Rome? Colosseum
Many Christians in Rome found refuge in vast underground passageways called? Catacombs
A series of “holy wars” fought against the Turks with the purpose of gaining back Jerusalem into the hands of the Catholic church. Crusades
What did Johann Gutenberg invent? Printing Press
He was the first to translate the Bible into English. John Wycliffe
Who made the idea of evolution popular? Charles Darwin
What group of Separatists sailed for the New World from England? Pilgrims
He was known as the greatest playwright of all time
Who discovered the law of gravity?
Who was the first man to see a living cell? Robert Hooke
What Country is known as the Emerald Isle?
What is the largest country in the world?
What is Europe’s highest mountain system? Alps
What is the name of the world’s largest lake?
What is Europe’s most important inland waterway? Rhine River
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