1 ANSWER A
Quote 1: Sailors prayed to Poseidon for a safe voyage
Quote2: Poseidon was seen as creating new islands and offering calm seas. When offended or ignored, he supposedly struck the ground with his trident and caused chaotic springs, earthquakes, drowning and shipwrecks. Sailors prayed to Poseidon for a safe voyage
2 ANSWER B
Quote 1: They lived in isolated villages
Quote2: little cultural diffusion between the city-states of Greece
3 ANSWER D
Quote 1: They also grew wheat
Quote2: Ancient Greeks raised sheep rather than cattle, grew olive trees rather than wheat, and lived in isolated communities
4 ANSWER D
Quote 1: The second major physical feature, mountains, cover more than three-quarters of Greece's surface area.
Quote2: Ancient Greeks raised sheep rather than cattle, grew olive trees rather than wheat, and lived in isolated communities.
5 ANSWER B
Quote 1: Power is usually inherited.
6 ANSWER C
Quote 1: People started opposing the one man rule and they were moving towards a social government.
Quote2: accumulated so many enemies
7 ANSWER B
Quote 1: This supreme monarch ruled the state from the palaces, he made laws and determined taxes
Quote2: the laws are developed by a monarch
8 ANSWER B
Quote 1: Monarchy, Oligarchy, TYRANNY, DEMOCRACY
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9 ANSWER C
To the ancient Greeks, a tyrant was somebody who took control of a government by force. He didn't care about the old kind of government. The tyrant gave himself absolute power.
Quote2: How were laws developed in monarch? The king made them.
10 ANSWER C
Quote2: wars in ancient times forced them to put aside their differences
11 ANSWER A
Quote 1: the Great persecuted people of other religions
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Quote2: He enslaved people who did not share his religion.
Quote 1: Under the reign of Alexander the Great Perge became a military garrison. Later during Roman times Perge was visited by St. Paul and Barnabas who founded a Christian Community in the city. There are ruins of Akropols, Gymnasiums, Stadium, Theater, Necropols, Roman Bath which is very famous.
Quote2: Philip's military skills and expansionist vision of Macedonian greatness brought him early success
Quote 1: a member of the most powerful class in ancient Greek society
Quote2: a person who has the manners or qualities of a member of a privileged or superior class
QUOTE 1: member of an aristocracy, especially a noble.
Quote2: a person who has the tastes, manners, etc., characteristic of members of an aristocracy.
URL2: URL2: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/%09Assembly
Quote 1: an assembling or coming together of a number of persons, usually for a particular purpose
Quote2: An organization comprising members who use parliamentary procedure for making decisions
Quote 1: Corinth
The history and architecture is magnificent. I think it’s the most impressive and truly beautiful.
Quote 1: Greek life was dominated by religion and so it is not surprising that the temples of ancient Greece were the biggest and most beautiful.
Quote2: Wherever you stand, wherever you turn, the city's long and rich history will be alive in front of you.
Quote 1: Marathon
Quote2: The Persians already controlled much of the known world at that time, so it would have been very difficult for any other nations to regain control of Greece.
Quote 1: Pythagoras, Aristotle, Socrates, Solon, and Alexander
Quote2: Pythagoras, Aristotle, Socrates, Solon, and Alexander
Because the terrain that they controlled mainly wasn't suitable for a lot of their needs and population growth. As an example, the Black Sea coastal regions provided Athens with plenty of grain due to its fertile soil.
Quote2: Trade in ancient Greece was free: the state controlled only the supply of grain. In Athens, following the first meeting of the new Prytaneis, regulations on trade were reviewed, with a specialized committee overseeing the trade in wheat, flour, and bread.
Quote 1: Mount Olympus
Quote2: Mediterranean Sea
Quote 1: The geography of Greece was affected by mountains. Because these mountains were were difficult to cross, they separated Greece into many different areas. These areas were called city states.
Quote 1: The geography of ancient Greece was so hard to travel on that people had to generally stay in one place which resulted in tribes and small indepent sections of the country
The geography of ancient Greece was very hard. this was because of the rocky soil instead of plain, rich soil. however, it was possible So generally people stayed in one place
Quote 1: Only men were allowed to compete in the ancient Greek games. Athletic training in ancient Greece was part of every free male citizen's education. The first women to compete in the Olympics were Marie Ohnier and Mme. Brohy. They participated in croquet games in the 1900 Olympics
The ancient Olympic games only allowed people of Greek descent to participate. The Salt Lake City Olympics feature 2600 athletes from 77 countries. Only a few hundred athletes participated in the ancient games.
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