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1. What is the name of the building that is one of the most famous buildings of ancient Greece, is located on the acropolis in Athens and acted as the temple of the goddess Athena?
2. In what country did Alexander the Great build the city of Alexandria, which became one of the most important cities of the ancient world? A. Syria B. Egypt C. Asia Minor
3. True or False: A legacy is a fighting formation that was used by Alexander the Great to conquer many civilizations.
4. Which of the following Greek philosophers developed a method of teaching by asking questions which forced students to reason and discover answers for themselves? A. Socrates B. Plato C. Aristotle
5. Which ancient Greek Philosopher felt that all relationships could be expressed through the use of numbers?
6. True or False: A tragedy is a type of Greek story that ends unhappily because a person tries to overcome an obstacle but fails.
7. Which of the following types of stories was Aesop famous for writing? A. Fable B. Epic C. Drama
8. Which philosopher was a student of Socrates and opened the Academy in Athens. This philosopher was famous for writing The Republic in which he discussed his ideas about government including the idea that democracy is a bad form of government.
9. Although he included the gods and goddesses in his writings, which Greek historian is known as the “Father of History”?
10. True or False: A fable was a type of story written in ancient Greece that ends happily.
11. Which best explains Alexander the Great’s rise to power in ancient Greece? A. Alexander was named king of Greece after his father, Philip II, stepped down from the throne. B. Alexander the Great was named king of Greece after Sparta defeated Athens during the Peloponnesian Wars. C. Alexander became king after his father, Philip II, was assassinated.
12. True or False: Thucydides was a Greek historian that often times included myths, legends and gods in writings
13. True or False: The following descriptions of different Greek columns are correct. Doric = plain top Corinthian = “leafy” design top Ionic = scrolled top
14. A story that is told by actors that pretend to be characters in the story was called what?
15. What was the name of the place from which Philip II and Alexander the Great were originally from? A. Macedonia B. Thebes C. Asia Minor
16. What large empire did Alexander the Great eventually conquer?
17. True or False: A comedy is different from a tragedy because a comedy is a story that ends happily.
18. What ancient Greek philosopher is famous for his theorem that is expressed by the equation: A 2 +B 2 =C 2
19. Which of the following ancient Greek philosophers was forced to drink poison because it was thought that he was trying to influence, or “brain wash” the youth of Athens? A. Socrates B. Plato C. Aritotle
20. What was the name of the traveling teachers in ancient Greece that believed in ideas like there is no absolute right or wrong and that the gods weren’t influential?
21. True or False: Alexander the Great was known as a soldier that used not only strength but also strategy to win battles.
22. The time period when Greek culture and ideas spread to non- Greek places like the Middle East (SW Asia) was known as what?
23. Who was the ancient Greek philosopher that is known for such things as his observations in science and the thought that the best government is a mixed government with parts of different types of governments? A. Pythagoras B. Plato C. Aristotle
24. How did Alexander the Great’s empire compare to other empires around the world at that time or empires that had existed to that point? A. It was smaller but more wealthy than all other empires to that point in time B. It was the largest empire known to the world at that time C. It was just slightly smaller than the Persian Empire
25. Which hero acted as Alexander the Great’s inspiration?