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Cards in this guide (22)
Why did Alexander act so quickly in the matter of Thebes

he wanted to break the rebelious spirit

According to the chart developed the principle of the lever

Archimedes

The founder of the first university was

Plato

What was the series of battles for the control of Sicily called

Punic Wars!

Was a Roman statesman who became an author

cicero

The two forms of theater in ancient Greece were

tragedy and comedy

The home of the most powerful gods was

Mt. Olympus.
All the gods lived on Mount Olympus

Who was athens conquered by

Athens was conquered by Philip II of Macedon. This happened in 338 BC.
What is the main religion of the greeks

Polytheism; belief in many gods/powers.

A person fond of luxury and pleasure is called

epicurean

The festival honoring dionysus evolved into today's

theater

Alexander founded nearly seventy cities and named sixteen of them Alexandria The most noted Alexandria was in

egypt

A great school known as the was built high above the harbors in Alexandria

museum

The great teacher who used reasoning to guide a student to knowledge and truth was

Socrates

A person who has the ability to arouse great loyalty and enthusiasm is called

charismatic

One result of the festivals honoring the gods was

The olympic games

To group similar items together in one group is to

classify

Rome became the greatest empire at that time in the world because

The Battle of Zama.

What did many athenians consider citizenship

Many of the Athenians considered citizenship a privilege.

What happened to small or sickly babies in Sparta

sickly spartan babies were placed outside on a hill outside of the town to die.

Who is the greek orator tried to warn the Greeks that Philip was a threat to their independence

The Greek orator, ______, tried to warn the Greeks that Philip was a threat to their independence.

Macedonian fighting tactics included all of the following EXCEPT .

the catapult

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