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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
Mycenaean 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….
  • 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…
  • 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 includedall 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…
  • 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

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 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….
  • Athenian Victory
  • Spartan hegemony
  • Theban Supremacy
  • The end of Ancient Greece
who were the etruscan s
Who were the Etruscan’s?
  • 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…
  • Peaceful, agrarian, conservative
  • Peaceful, urban, progressive
  • Warlike, agrarian, conservative
  • Warlike, agrarian, progressive
plebian victories did not include
Plebian Victories did not include…
  • 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
why did hannibal start the second punic war
Why did Hannibal start the second Punic war?
  • 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
  • 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?
  • 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 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
  • 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?
  • Christianization, vulgarization, barbarizaiton
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