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* What are three things you have learned from this chapter? * Put your Chapter 6 Notes in the tray * Get out an old Scantron if you have one
* What was your favorite part about the field trip yesterday? * Put your completed Bellringer in the tray * Put your notes in the correct order and staple them. You will turn these in on Monday before your test. * Chapter 6-1 (G. O.) * Chapter 6-2 (G. O.) * Chapter 6-3 (Fill in the blank) * Chapter 6-4 (G. O.) * Chapter 6-5 (G. O.) * Be studying quietly for your Chapter 6 Vocabulary Quiz
1. Unlike Athens, in ancient Sparta the government concentrated all its resources on creating A. famous artisans B. successful merchants C. a pleasurable lifestyle D. brave and skillful warriors
2. Because of the geography of ancient Greece, the Greek communities developed A. Separate customs and beliefs B. Close ties with each other C. New ways of hunting and gathering D. One central government
3. Some scholars believe that in ancient Athens, one third of all people were A. Children B. Slaves C. Teachers D. artists
4. One important event that took place during the Dark Ages of Greece was A. The destruction of all farmland B. An increase in foreign trade C. The disappearance of writing D. The disappearance of oral traditions
5. During the Golden Age of Greece, Athenians made great achievements in A. Flood control B. Tomb building C. Farming technology D. The arts
6. The laws introduced by the Athenian leader Solon helped the city become A. A free city with no slaves B. A leading democracy C. An empire that extended to Egypt D. An empire that extended to China
7. The goal of Greek art was A. To destroy the art of other peoples B. To present fantastic images of people and events C. To present images of human perfection in an orderly way D. To teach the principles of Greek philosophy
8. The Greek myths were important because these stories explained A. The coming of the Dark Ages to Greece B. The creation of the universe and the features of nature C. The adventures of real people D. The growth of the Egyptian empire
9. During the Hellenistic period, there were important achievements in A. Tragedy and comedy B. Mathematics and science C. Writing and printing D. Warfare and government
10. The geography of ancient Greece made it hard for communities A. To worship different gods B. To fight with each other C. To speak different languages D. To unify
11. Under the leadership of Alexander the Great, Greece A. Formed three main kingdoms B. Was conquered by Persia C. Expanded its empire D. Destroyed Alexandria
12. The collapse of the Greek civilization during the Dark Ages increased A. Farming B. Foreign trading C. Poverty D. Income levels
13. After the end of the war between Athens and Sparta, Athens was A. Never again a leader in the Greek world B. A place where the arts again flourished C. Faced with a plague that killed many citizens D. Able to control Sparta’s harbor
14. Citizens of Athens during the Greek Golden Age saw A. The arts decline B. Democracy flourish C. Buildings destroyed D. Many rebellions
15. Which phrase best describes Greece’s geography? A. Extensive farmlands B. Few coasts C. Without islands D. Peninsulas and mountains
16. Unlike most early Greeks, philosophers believed that the gods were A. The source of everything B. Not the source of everything C. In control of natural events D. The key to understanding natural events
17. While the Acropolis was the center of Athens’s religious life, the agora was the center of A. Public life B. Private life C. Military life D. government
18. Why did many Greeks become traders and sailors? A. There was little good farmland in Greece. B. They wanted to escape political enemies. C. They could grow rich by trading Greek spices. D. They hoped to find Troy.
19. Why were there so many city-states in ancient Greece? A. They did not have a common language. B. They did not worship the same gods. C. They were too busy farming to unite. D. They were separated by geographic barriers.
20. According to the Iliad, what proved to be decisive in the Greek victory in the Trojan War? A. Some powerful gods who changed sides B. Achilles’ heel C. The Trojan Horse D. Superior weapons
21. Most of the good land in ancient Greece was controlled by A. Aristocrats B. Soldiers C. Artisans D. Merchants
22. Ancient Greek sculpture portrayed A. Scenes of disorder B. Ordinary people working C. Ideal, or perfect, figures D. False and distorted views of humans and animals
23. Serious Greek plays were known as A. Epics B. Tragedies C. Comedies D. Operas
24. Socrates was concerned with A. The atoms that things are made of B. The meaning of justice and courage C. The difference between tragedy and comedy D. The spread of democracy
25. Women in ancient Athens A. Could vote B. Ran the home and the family C. Could own property D. Spent most of their time outdoors
26. Which statement best describes the Olympic Games in ancient Greece? A. They were held in the Parthenon. B. They were open to both men and women. C. They were open to both citizens and slaves. D. They were held to honor the god Zeus.
27. Which kind of work did slaves in ancient Greece not do? A. Farming B. Mining C. Teaching D. Construction
28. Spartan culture most valued A. Inventiveness B. Strength C. Cooperation D. Beauty
29. Why was Sparta’s military so powerful? A. Sparta drafted girls as well as boys into the army. B. Sparta had better war horses. C. Spartan boys began training in barracks at age seven. D. Spartans wrote great war epics.
30. Which was an important factor in Sparta’s defeat of Athens? A. Athens treated all city-states in a democratic manner. B. Other city-states opposed Athens and looked to Sparta for protection. C. The Spartan army had better musicians. D. The Spartans were immune to diseases.
31. The Battle of Marathon showed that a small, determined army could A. Fight with no weapons B. Defeat only a smaller army C. Defeat a larger army D. Not defeat a larger army
32. Alexandria in the 300s B.C. was famous for A. Its lighthouse and its library B. Its religious customs C. Freeing its slaves D. Its military campaigns
33. After Alexander the Great died, his empire was divided into three A. City-states B. Hellenistic kingdoms C. Democracies D. Subcontinents
34. The Greek scientist Eratosthenes A. Believed the Earth was flat B. Relied heavily on Spartan discoveries C. Calculated the distance around the Earth quite accurately D. Did little original work
35. Alexander came to power A. By seizing the government from his opponents B. Because Aristotle told him to C. When he was 35 years old D. After his father was murdered