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Mid Term Exam. October 30, 2013. Athens Caused by the competition between Athens and Sparta Tiber River Greece Roman/Greek Oresteia. 7. Protection from Invaders 8. Juno, Diana, Minerva, Venus 9. Socrates, Plato, Aristotle 10. Representative Democracy

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mid term exam

Mid Term Exam

October 30, 2013

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Athens

  • Caused by the competition between Athens and Sparta
  • Tiber River
  • Greece
  • Roman/Greek
  • Oresteia
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7. Protection from Invaders

8. Juno, Diana, Minerva, Venus

9. Socrates, Plato, Aristotle

10. Representative Democracy

11. Providing political and social rights for the plebeians, Important victory for the plebeians established the idea that all free citizens, Patricians and plebeians had the right to protection of the law

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12, Social: Moral Decay, Self-Serving upper class, People’s loss faith in Rome/Family

13. Persian

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14. Inflation

15. Athens

16. Athens

17. Monarchy, Aristocracy, Tyranny and Democracy

18. Athens

19. Greek=Direct and Rome=Representative

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20. Prophesy, Music and Healing

21. Roman

22. Roman

23. Athens on Map

24. Three

25. Mountainous terrain both helped and hindered the development of city-states. Greek cities were designed to promote civic and commercial life. Colonization was prompted by overpopulation and the search for arable land

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26. Zeus- Supreme God, Lord of the sky, ruler of sky, weather and thunderstorms Hera- Goddess of marriage Apollo- God of prophesy, music and healing Artemis- Goddess of night and magic Athena- Goddess of crafts, domestic arts and those of war Aphrodite- Goddess of love, beauty and fertility

27. Spread of slavery in the agricultural system, and unemployment

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28. Rome and Carthage were in competition for trade, Hannibal invaded the Italian Peninsula and three war resulted in Roman victory, destruction of Carthage and expedition of trade and wealth for Rome

29. Limited arable Land

30 Zeus

31. Because of inflation in the Empire

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32. Father of History

33. The rise and fall of the first triumvirate, Julius Caesar rise to power/assassination, Augustus Caesar rise to power, defeat of Marc Antony, Augustus Caesar Rome’s first emperor, The empire became unified and much larger through military conquest, In competent emperor and corruption eventually leads to problems for the empire

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34. 3, 5, 4, 1, 6, 2

35. Diocletian and Constantine

Uniform Currency, good roads and trade

36. PaxRomana

37. Christianity

38. Constantine

39. Phalanx, Hoplites and land, Generals communicated to the hoplites

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40. Edict of Milan

  • Helped setup original churches wrote letters to other church leaders explaining meaning of church and how to worship
  • PaxRomana
  • He had become too powerful
  • A group of three people who share authority and power
  • Pericles