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  1. Jeopardy Persian War Peloponnesian War Geography Philosophers Governments Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

  2. Jeopardy Alexander The Great Military Athens Sparta Miscellaneous Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

  3. Persian War$100 Which two major rival city-states joined forces to fight the Persians?

  4. Persian War$100 Athens & Sparta

  5. Persian War$200 Battlefield that was about 26 miles away from Athens.

  6. Persian War$200 Marathon

  7. Persian War$300 Mountain pass defended against the Persians by the Greeks, including 300 Spartans.

  8. Persian War$300 Thermopylae

  9. Persian War$400 Give one reason Xerxes attempted to conquer Greece.

  10. Persian War$400 • Avenge his father’s losses • Greece in the way of conquering Europe • Control of the Aegean and other seas

  11. Persian War$500 The Persians were defeated by the Greek navy at the Battle of _______ in 480 BC.

  12. Persian War$500 The Battle of Salamis

  13. Peloponnesian War$100 Which two major rival city-states fought each other during the Peloponnesian War?

  14. Peloponnesian War$100 Athens & Sparta

  15. Peloponnesian War$200 1) What struck Athens in 430 BC, killing a portion of its population? 2) Approximately what portion of Athenians died during this disaster?

  16. Peloponnesian War$200 A plague killed approximately 1/3 (33%) of the Athenian population.

  17. Peloponnesian War$300 Before disaster struck, Athens was relatively safe from Spartan attacks. Give one reason why.

  18. Peloponnesian War$300 • Protected by the Long Walls • Could get food from its colonies • Had a strong navy

  19. Peloponnesian War$400 The balance in the military forces came from _______ having a stronger navy and _______ having a stronger army.

  20. Peloponnesian War$400 Athens – Navy Sparta – Army

  21. Peloponnesian War$500 What was one of the results of the Peloponnesian War?

  22. Peloponnesian War$500 • Athens lost its fleet, empire, power and wealth • Athens lost its self-confidence • Democratic government began to falter • Leaders became corrupt • Changes in art and drama showed emotion

  23. Geography$100 This kind of geography made it difficult for Greeks to farm their land.

  24. Geography$100 Mountainous

  25. Geography$200 Sea that separated Greece & Asia Minor.

  26. Geography$200 Aegean Sea

  27. Geography$300 The Mycenaeans were from the Greek mainland, while the Minoans were from ________.

  28. Geography$300 Crete

  29. Geography$400 Why did Xerxes choose to take his army through the pass at Thermopylae?

  30. Geography$400 • Inland was too hard for traveling • Coastline was flatter, more open

  31. Geography$500 Why was the sea trade so dominant in the Greek economy? Give one reason.

  32. Geography$500 • Mountainous terrain • Little farmland • Surrounded by seas

  33. Philosophers$100 Define philosopher.

  34. Philosophers $100 • One who seeks wisdom and truth • One who questions the knowledge and ideas of the time

  35. Philosophers $200 Plato was the student of ______. Aristotle was the student of _____. Alexander the Great was the student of ________.

  36. Philosophers $200 • Socrates taught Plato, • Plato taught Aristotle, and • Aristotle taught Alexander the Great.

  37. Philosophers $300 Why was Socrates forced to drink poison hemlock?

  38. Philosophers $300 • Said to have been “corrupting the youth of Athens”. • Questioning Athens’ democracy, religion, and patriotism.

  39. Philosophers $400 Name one of Aristotle’s important ideas (in science or philosophy).

  40. Philosophers $400 • Every truth comes logically from another truth • Developed scientific method • Believed matter existed in four elements: air, fire, earth, and water

  41. Philosophers $500 How did the Republic work according to Plato?

  42. Philosophers $500 • Ruled by a philosopher-king, with soldiers next, followed by artisans and farmers

  43. Governments$100 Define Democracy.

  44. Governments $100 Government run by the people, with all citizens having a say in public matters.

  45. Governments $200 What is a tyrant?

  46. Governments $200 • A ruler whose power is not controlled by laws or constitution

  47. Governments $300 • Democracy was first introduced and practiced by which Greek city-state?

  48. Governments $300 Athens

  49. Governments $400 Athenian ruler who restored democracy and developed a written constitution.

  50. Governments $400 Cleisthenes