Seventh Grade Social Studies Greece Quiz

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  1. What city state entered a golden age after the Persian wars?
    Athens
  2. Who was governing Athens during the Goden Age?
    Pericles
  3. Name two affects of the Golden Age
    A more democratic system and economy thrived
  4. What kind of democracy did Athens have during the Golden Age?
    A direct democracy (a large amount of citizens took part in day-to-day government affairs)
  5. How many people would meet in the Assembly?
    6,000 people
  6. How often was the Assembly held?
    Many times a month
  7. All male citizens regardless of what or what were allowed to attend and vote in the Assembly?
    Wealth or class
  8. Jury -
    A panel of citizens who have the power to make final decisions
  9. How man people are in the American jury today?
    12 men
  10. how many men would be in the Athenian jury?
    Hundreds or even thousands
  11. How old would a male citizen have to be to be in an Athenian jury? For how long would he serve?
    30, 1
  12. During the Golden Age, what did Pericles rebuild?
    The Parthenon
  13. Greek contributed to...?
    Arts, literature, philosophy, architecture, and history
  14. What starts the Peloponnesian wars?
    Athens dominates the Delian league and most of Greece, causing Sparta to form the Peloponnesian League to counter the Delian league. Fighting continues for 27 years.
  15. What happens when the Peloponesian League first starts?
    Because Pericles fears the Pelopponesian league, he orders everyone to move inside the city-state walls, which causes a plague to break out
  16. Who and how much of the population does Pericles' actions kill?
    Pericles himself, and 1/3 of the population
  17. Who does Sparta ally themselves with?
    Persia, and they end up defeating the Athenians
  18. After the Peloponnesian Wars, what happens?
    Athenian power dies, fighting continues to distrupt Greece, and Macedonia rises in the north
  19. Who did the Persians overtake first? Who was the king at this time?
    The Ionians, Darius
  20. In 490 BCE, a Persian fleet carried 25,000 man to a plain called what? 10,000 men came at the Persians, who won and what was the total deaths?
    Marathon, 6,400, and 192
  21. Who ran how many miles to where before saying what and doing what?
    Phidippidies, 26 miles, Marathon, "Rejoice, we conquer," dying
  22. What happened during the battle at Thermopylae?
    Xerxes gathered together many men and attacked the Greeks, first on the eastern coast where there was no resistance, then to a narrow mountain pass in Thermopylae only to be met by 300 Spartans and 7,000 Greeks. Though a Greek traitor led the Persians to a hidden passage that eventually led to the Greeks and caused the Spartan commander Leonidas to call a retreat, the Spartans' sacrifice was always remembered.
  23. One morning 310 small Greek ships set out and in their course was Salamis on one side and a mass of Persian ships sat nearby, waiting to engage in a naval battle. The larger Persian fleet ended up being too large to make it through the too narrow channel and they were destroyed.
    One morning 310 small Greek ships set out and in their course was Salamis on one side and a mass of Persian ships sat nearby, waiting to engage in a naval battle. The larger Persian fleet ended up being too large to make it through the too narrow channel and they were destroyed.
  24. After the war, the Athens started the Delian League with the purpose of dominating the Persians. The Delian League became just another name for the Athenian Empire and thrust the Athenians into a golden age.
    After the war, the Athens started the Delian League with the purpose of dominating the Persians. The Delian League became just another name for the Athenian Empire and thrust the Athenians into a golden age.

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