____ 1. The city-state of Sparta was characterized by
____ 2. Which of the following gods or goddesses was the deity of war?
____ 3. Greeks tried to ensure that the gods and goddesses would protect them and their city-states by
____ 4. The Battle of Salamis was significant because it
____ 5. Which of the following historians examined his sources critically and excluded those that were unreliable?
____ 6. Which of the following playwrights wrote the tragedy about Oedipus?
____ 7. Greek murals or wall paintings often
____ 8. “What is truth?” is a question associated with
____ 9. Who took the throne in Macedonia after King Philip II was assassinated?
____ 10. In the Hellenistic world, the city-state was replaced as the main political unit by the
____ 11. Alexander’s empire did not grow any larger because
____ 12. New schools of philosophy developed during the Hellenistic period, in part because
____ 13. Spartan society revolved around training for war because
____ 14. Which of the following gods or goddesses was the deity of wisdom?
____ 15. Why did the Persian emperor Darius attack the Greek mainland?
____ 16. Macedonia was able to take control of all of Greece in the 340s BC because
____ 17. Some of the earliest examples of Greek epic poetry were
____ 18. The Third Punic War was caused by
____ 19. Why did a group of senators murder Julius Caesar?
____ 20. The statement “I found Rome built of bricks; I leave her clothed in marble” refers to
____ 22. The bishops of Rome claimed to have authority over all other bishops because
____ 23. Why did Constantine build a new capital?
____ 24. Which of the following was one of Diocletian’s reforms?
____ 25. Because the Law of the Twelve Tables were displayed, judges could not
____ 26. Why did Octavian adopt the title “first citizen”?
____ 27. Wealthy Romans dominated politics during the Pax Romana because
____ 28. Roman audiences enjoyed public entertainment
____ 29. As a conquered people in the Roman Empire