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Philip II of Macedonia Alexander the Great Alexander’s Empire… …And Its EndVocab 100 200 300 400 500
To conquer Greece, Philip II developed this, a tight military formation made up of soldiers 16 rows deep.
Answer – 100 Phalanx
One way Philip II conquered and unified Greece was to flatter Greek officials with this precious metal.
Answer – 200 Gold
To conquer and unify Greece, Philip II married six or seven times not for love, but to form these (another word for partnerships)
Answer – 300 Political Alliances
To conquer Greece, Philip II caused disagreements among Greek leaders by making these, only to break them when the Greeks let their guard down.
Answer – 400 Treaties
This Athenian orator tried to warn the Greeks about Philip II’s ways, but nobody listened.
Answer – 500 Demosthenes
Alexander the Great was what relation to Philip II of Macedonia?
Answer – 100 His son
Behind every great leader is a great teacher. Who taught Alexander the Great?
Answer – 200 Aristotle
A fearless general, Alexander was able to defeat this Empire, the largest at the time.
Answer – 300 The Persian Empire
Alexander’s Empire stretched all the way from Macedonia to this country.
Answer – 400 India
Alexander was this age when he inherited the throne and became king.
Answer – 500 20 years old
Alexander’s famous city, Alexandria, Egypt, housed a school and a library with the largest collection of books at the time. What was this library known as?
Answer – 100 The Museum
One reason Alexander was not successful in uniting his empire was due to post-war hostilities between these two groups.
Answer – 200 The Greeks and the Persians
Attempting to unite his empire, Alexander dressed in this type of fashion, followed the customs of this culture, and married a woman of this descent (cultural background).
Answer – 300 Persian (He encouraged his generals to marry Persian women too)
One reason Alexander was not successful in uniting his empire was because the Macedonians and the Greeks refused to do this.
Answer – 400 Treat him as a god
To achieve his dream of conquering the world and establishing peace, Alexander attempted to unite these three cultural groups.
Answer – 500 The Greeks, the Macedonians, and the Persians
After Alexander the Great died, these two Greek city-states became independent.
Answer – 100 Athens and Sparta
After Alexander the Great died, rulers adopted laws, language, and coins from this country.
Answer – 200 Greece (Greek became the official language) (Alexander’s portrait appeared on coins) (Teachers taught Greek customs and ideas)
After Alexander the Great died, Ptolemy established a dynasty in this country.
Answer – 300 Egypt
Due to emigration and population decline, by 146 B.C.E., most of the Greek city-states fell under the control of this empire.
Answer – 400 Rome
After Alexander the Great died, Persia became this.
Answer – 500 The Seleucid Empire
This word means “Greek” or “to be like the Greeks.”
Answer – 100 Hellenes
People who did not speak Greek or follow Greek customs.
Answer – 200 Barbaroi
To leave one’s country to settle in another
Answer – 300 Emigrate
To move to another country permanently
Answer – 400 Immigrate
A public speaker
Answer – 500 Orator
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