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The earliest Aegean civilization was located

on Crete.in Macedonia.in the Peloponnesus.on the island of Delos.in Attica.    Question 2 1 pts Sparta was located in multiple_choice_question 12113227Sparta was located inSparta was located inthe Attica Peninsula.the Peloponnesus.Boeotia.Macedonia.the Strait of Corinth.    Question 3 1 pts Mycenaean civilization was characterized by multiple_choice_question 12113228Mycenaean civilization was characterized byMycenaean civilization was characterized bya militaristic program of conquest, even of Crete.a democratic system of government.an introspective commercial system.disinterest in agriculture.a preference for trading over political and military activities.    Question 4 1 pts The emergence of the ‘city state’ as a central institution in Greek life multiple_choice_question 12113229The emergence of the ‘city state’ as a central institution in Greek lifeThe emergence of the ‘city state’ as a central institution in Greek lifewas a consequence of foreign invasion.dated to the classical age.was short-lived.preceded the classical age.followed the classical age.    Question 5 1 pts Which of the following statements is <u>not</u> an accurate characterization of the Greek <i>polis</i>? multiple_choice_question 12113230Which of the following statements is <u>not</u> an accurate characterization of the Greek <i>polis</i>?Which of the following statements is not an accurate characterization of the Greek polis?It was a communal environment of individuals, some who were citizens with rights, others who were citizens without rights, and others who were not citizens.It developed simultaneously with the creation of the new system of Greek military organization.It played a significant role in unifying all Greeks throughout the entire region under a single government.It could vary in size from a few square miles to hundreds of square miles.It was composed of a central town or city, and the countryside surrounding it.    Question 6 1 pts By about 700 B.C.E., which of the following replaced the aristocratic cavalryman in Greek warfare? multiple_choice_question 1213231By about 700 B.C.E., which of the following replaced the aristocratic cavalryman in Greek warfare?By about 700 B.C.E., which of the following replaced the aristocratic cavalryman in Greek warfare?macedonianshelotsmercenarieshoplitespoleis    Question 7 1 pts Greek colonization multiple_choice_question 12113232Greek colonizationGreek colonizationended rule of tyrants who had the support of those opposed to the oligarchic aristocracy.resulted from overpopulation, an increase in trade, and a widening gap between rich and poor.extended into northern Gaul.failed.brought to an end the hopes of those who were prospering from expanded commercial activities.    Question 8 1 pts In ancient Greece, tyrants multiple_choice_question 12113233In ancient Greece, tyrantsIn ancient Greece, tyrantsalways promoted the interests of the aristocracy.attained power, ironically, by popular election.were replaced by kings.were of peasant or slave origin.served in a transitional role from oligarchy to democracy for many city-states.    Question 9 1 pts All of the following were true about the Spartan assembly <u>except</u> that multiple_choice_question 12113234All of the following were true about the Spartan assembly <u>except</u> thatAll of the following were true about the Spartan assembly except thatit was reserved for males.it dealt only with the issues that the council of elders wanted it to deal with.it was elected by the gerousia and the military commanders.its role was a limited one, since it could not discuss issues, but merely vote on them.it was composed of all male citizens of Sparta.    Question 10 1 pts The myth of Persian invincibility was broken at multiple_choice_question 12113235The myth of Persian invincibility was broken atThe myth of Persian invincibility was broken atMycenae.Marathon.Messenia.Persepolis.Macedonia.    Question 11 1 pts All of the following was true about the Peloponnesian War <u>except</u>  multiple_choice_question 12113236All of the following was true about the Peloponnesian War <u>except</u>All of the following was true about the Peloponnesian War excepta plague killed one-third of the population of Athens.Athenians were defeated and their city wall torn down.the foundation of Spartan strategy was the exploitation of its strength in fighting face-to-face military confrontations on land.the ultimate result of the war was a unified Greece headed by the city by Thebes.the foundation of Athenian strategy, initially, was the exploitation of its naval power.    Question 12 1 pts The Greek historian who wrote the <i>History of the Persian Wars</i> was multiple_choice_question 12113237The Greek historian who wrote the <i>History of the Persian Wars</i> wasThe Greek historian who wrote the History of the Persian Wars wasThucydides.Philip of Thebes.Themosticles.Homer.Herodotus.    Question 13 1 pts Thucydides believed that multiple_choice_question 12113238Thucydides believed thatThucydides believed thathuman nature showed no signs of order.the past held no lessons for understanding the present.truth was virtue.there was an exact pattern of repetition in all human affairs.historical writing should be objective, accurate, and factual.    Question 14 1 pts The tragic Greek tale of the man who killed his father and married his mother was written by multiple_choice_question 12113239The tragic Greek tale of the man who killed his father and married his mother was written byThe tragic Greek tale of the man who killed his father and married his mother was written byAeschylus.Euripides.Lycurgus.Thespis.

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