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Final Review. 1 . Egalitarian means:. Characterized by the belief in male superiority Characterized by the belief in female superiority Characterized by a belief in the equality of all people Characterized by a belief in the inequality of all people. Minoan Society can be best described as….

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1 egalitarian means
1. Egalitarian means:

  • Characterized by the belief in male superiority

  • Characterized by the belief in female superiority

  • Characterized by a belief in the equality of all people

  • Characterized by a belief in the inequality of all people


Minoan society can be best described as
Minoan Society can be best described as…

  • Prosperous, warlike, happy and egalitarian.

  • Prosperous, peaceful, egalitarian, happy

  • Poor, warlike, patriarchal, gloomy

  • Patriarchal, peaceful, cheerful and insular


Crete is best described as
Crete is best described as…

  • Having a favorable climate but limited fertile soil

  • Having a favorable climate and extensive fertile areas

  • Having an inhospitable climate and limited fertile areas

  • Having an inhospitable climate and extensive fertile areas


King minos was
King Minos was…

  • A vicious warlord

  • Similar to Persian and Assyrian Kings

  • A weak leader

  • A divine leader


The reasons for the decline and fall of ancient minoan crete were
The reasons for the decline and fall of Ancient Minoan Crete were…

  • War with Ancient Greece and an earthquake

  • Mycenaean attacks and Natural disasters

  • Mycenaean attacks and famine

  • War with Ancient Greece and famine


Mycenae an culture was
Mycenae were…an culture was…

  • More peaceful than the Minoan

  • The only foundation of ancient Greece

  • Happier than the Minoan

  • More warlike than ancient Minoa


In the greek dark ages
In the Greek Dark Ages…. were…

  • Development sped up and Kings became more powerful

  • Life became more agrarian and kings lost their power

  • Life became more agrarian and kings became more powerful

  • Life became more urban and kings more powerful


Ancient sparta is best described as
Ancient Sparta is best described as… were…

  • Peaceful, conservative and expansionist

  • Militaristic, progressive and insular

  • Militaristic, conservative and insular

  • Militaristic, conservative and expansionist


Solon s reforms included all of the following except
Solon’s reforms included were…all of the following except…

  • Allowing lower classes into the council

  • Expanding the Council to 400 Members

  • Allowing lower classes to participate in the assembly

  • Abolishment of serfdom


Peisistratus was
Peisistratus was… were…

  • The father of democracy

  • A dictator for life

  • The first Athenian Tyrant

  • Democratic leader of Rome



The age of pericles was

A golden age of Athenian culture were…

A time of further democratic reform

When the board of 10 generals rose to power

Democratic legal system

The Age of Pericles was…


What was not a main caus e of the peloponnesian war
What were…was NOT a main cause of the Peloponnesian War?

  • Cultural differences between Athens and Sparta

  • Spartan expansionist behavior

  • Spartan fear of Athenian Hegemony and

  • Spartan attempt to control the Corinthian gulf (trade)


The result of the peloponnesian war was
The result of the Peloponnesian War was…. were…

  • Athenian Victory

  • Spartan hegemony

  • Theban Supremacy

  • The end of Ancient Greece


What were the effects of alexander the great s expansion of ancient greece

The beginning of the Hellenistic Civilization, a combining of Eastern and Western ideals

What were the effects of Alexander the Great’s expansion of Ancient Greece?


Who were the etruscan s
Who were the Etruscan’s? of Eastern and Western ideals

  • People from Nth Italy who had a significant effect on Ancient Rome

  • People from Sth Italy who had a significant effect on Ancient Rome

  • An Ancient Civilization from the Peloponnesian region.

  • An Ancient Civilization which influenced Athenian culture.


The early roman republic was
The Early Roman Republic was… of Eastern and Western ideals

  • Peaceful, agrarian, conservative

  • Peaceful, urban, progressive

  • Warlike, agrarian, conservative

  • Warlike, agrarian, progressive


The plebians were

The less wealthy landowners, artisans, merchants and small farmers. They accounted for 98% of the population.

The Plebians were…


Plebian victories did not include
Plebian Victories did not include… farmers. They accounted for 98% of the population.

  • The creation of a new assembly (Council of Plebs)

  • Appointment of Plebian Leaders “Tribunes”

  • Codification of the laws “Twelve Tables”

  • The right to vote for their leader


How many punic wars were there
How many Punic Wars were there? farmers. They accounted for 98% of the population.

  • 1

  • 2

  • 3

  • 4


Why did hannibal start the second punic war
Why did Hannibal start the second Punic war? farmers. They accounted for 98% of the population.

  • In retaliation against Roman attempts to get total control of the Mediterranean

  • To recapture land lost in the 1st Punic war.

  • To prove he was the best leader in the Mediterranean world.

  • To retaliate against Roman attempts to get Spain to invade Carthage.


Consequences of the punic wars
Consequences of the Punic Wars farmers. They accounted for 98% of the population.

  • Increase of slavery

  • Decline of small farms and establishment of plantation systems

  • Increased unemployment

  • Middle class appeared

  • Increased wealth for the rich


Who were the gracchus brothers
Who were the Gracchus brothers? farmers. They accounted for 98% of the population.

  • Roman leaders of the senate who trıed to oppress the plebeians

  • Tribunes who fought to limit the amount of land owned by the patricians

  • Tribunes who fought to protect patrician rights

  • Roman leaders of the senate who tried to gain more freedom for the plebeians


Julius caesar did not
Julius Caesar farmers. They accounted for 98% of the population. did not…

  • Get the title of dictator for life

  • Make land reforms and gave land to the poor

  • Make many enemies

  • Die a natural death


Describe the significance greco roman tradition
Describe the significance Greco-Roman Tradition farmers. They accounted for 98% of the population.

  • The Greco-Roman tradition formed the basis of what we know as the Eastern Civilization

  • The Greco-Roman tradition formed the basis of what we know as the Western Civilization

  • The Greco Roman tradition has no significance

  • The Greco-Roman tradition is the beginning of modern history


What are the three trends we can see in late antiquity
What are the three trends we can see in late Antiquity? farmers. They accounted for 98% of the population.

  • Christianization, vulgarization, barbarizaiton


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