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Survivor Can your team outwit, outplay and outlast your opponents to be the ultimate Survivor?
Meet the Tribes HellenesArgos SpartaAthens ThebesCorinth
Immunity Use your immunity idol to pass on a question or challenge. You must surrender the idol once it is used.
Challenges Each time you get a question right, you get a challenge and a chance at bonus points.
Challenge Bonus Points You depend on the other tribes to vote for your challenge solution. They will lose points for teaming up unfairly.
The Final Challenge The secret final challenge will be revealed at the end of the game for additional points. Good Luck Survivors!
Question One Ancient Greece had a government in which poor men could participate in law-making. What form of government is this?
Answer One Democracy
Challenge One What mountain peak is close to the ancient city of Pella and home to the original Olympics?
Question Two Greece is on this peninsula- gives it a lot of coastline
Answer Two Balkan pennisula
Challenge Two Which city-state is closer to the coast - Sparta or Athens?
Question Three Greek word for city
Answer Three polis
Challenge Three What is a fortress built on a hill in the city-state - easy to defend
Question Four What did the Greeks STOP doing while the Olympics were held?
Answer Four Waging war
Challenge Four What are the two Greek root words in the word democracy and what do they mean?
Question Five What is the difference between an aristocracy and a tyranny?
Answer Five An aristocracy is rule by an elite group, a tyranny is rule by one cruel, forceful leader
Challenge Five Why did the ancient Greeks need to conquer land to set up colonies?
Question Six The most common and efficient method of transportation of goods for market was by
Answer Six boat
Challenge Six Why were the Greek city-states so independent from each other ?
Question Seven Ancient Greeks traced their ancestry back to whom?
Answer Seven Hellen
Challenge Seven What mountain range runs along the east side of the Balkan Peninsula?
Question Eight What is an agora?
Answer Eight The place where ideas and customs from all over the Mediterranean were seen as people took care of business in this place
Challenge Eight What is the name of the political body in which all citizens, rich or poor, could participate?
Question Nine Greek sailors cross this sea to get to Troy, in present day Turkey.
Answer Nine Agean Sea
Challenge Nine Why did the Greeks hold the Olympics every four years?
Question Ten Merchants from around the Mediterranean sailed to Greece to trade for these products:
Answer Ten Olive oil & wine
Challenge Ten From whose epic poem do we get the story of the Trojan War?
Question Eleven What did people of the independent Greek city-states have in common with each other?
Answer Eleven Language Alphabet Religion Hellen History Olympics
Challenge Eleven What mountain range runs along the east side of the Balkan Peninsula?
Question Twelve Greece has a Mediterranean climate - what does that mean?
Answer Twelve Warm or hot, mostly dry - like southern California
Challenge Twelve What advantage did Greeks gain when they set up colonies around the Mediterranean?
Final Challenge Why did Greece become such an important trading center?
Extra Credit Challenge List 5 historical facts about your team name
Congratulations! You have survived!
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