AlliancesArchimedesbarabaroi BreakwatersEratosthenesEuclid FactoriesHelleneshostage OratorphalanxPtolemies Person held by an enemy to ensure a bargain.
AlliancesArchimedesbarabaroi BreakwatersEratosthenesEuclid FactoriesHelleneshostage OratorphalanxPtolemies Name used by the Greeks for all non-Greek peoples.
AlliancesArchimedesbarabaroi BreakwatersEratosthenesEuclid FactoriesHelleneshostage OratorphalanxPtolemies Agreements of partnerships
AlliancesArchimedesbarabaroi BreakwatersEratosthenesEuclid FactoriesHelleneshostage OratorphalanxPtolemies Strong formations of soldiers in battle.
The Greek city-states lost their independence in 338 BC when they were conquered by Ptolemy of Egypt The king of ThebesPhilip II of Macedonia Xerxes of Persia
The kings of Macedonia differed from the ordinary people of their country in that They were bitter enemies of the Greeks They were of Greek descent and admired Greek culture They were descendants of the defenders of Troy Their ancestors were Persians
Which of the following was NOT a tactic used by Philip to take over the Greek city-states? He developed strong battle formations He flattered Greek leaders and gave them gold He married wives from countries whose help he wanted He made public speeches warning the people
Philip defeated the Greek army at the Battle of Thebes AthensAlexandria Chaeronea
The easternmost extent of Alexander’s empire was The Nile River The Indus RiverThe China River The Euphrates River
Alexander learned much about Greek culture, science, and philosophy from Living as a hostage in Thebes Attending the Academy in Athens Having Aristotle as his teacher Studying at the library in Alexandria
As a general, Alexander’s first great victory was over The Persian Empire The Greek city-statesThe kings of India The kingdom of Macedonia
The cultural and intellectual center of Alexander’s empire was Athens Alexandria, EgyptBabylon Cairo, Egypt
One result of Alexander’s conquests was An increase in Greek cultural influences A decline in trade in the Mediterranean unity among the Greeks, Persians, and Macedonians New power for the Greek city- states
By the first century BC, the Greek city-states came under the control of The Ptolemies of Egypt The PersiansThe Macedonians The Romans
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