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1.Why did the ancient Hebrew leave Egypt?
a.They were enslaved.
b.They were getting mosquito-borne illnesses.
c.They wanted to start a new religion.
d.They were unfairly represented in the Senate.
2.Who were the first non-Jewish converts to Christianity?
3.When Alexander the Great fell sick and died, his armies had reached all the way into:
4.For Roman Empire citizens, what was attractive about Christianity?
a.They could soon dominate and destroy their Roman enemies.
b.You would be able to judge your enemies in Heaven, After both have died. That way, everybody would behave themselves here on Earth.
c.You get the afterlife you deserve, despite your wealth or status. There is also forgiveness through repenting your sins.
d.Your social position on Earth would continue in Heaven, but with even more financial rewards.
5.Who was the first Roman Emperor to convert to Christianity?
7. What were two reasons Rome fell?
8. “Hello! I am the Roman General who defeated Hannibal at the Battle of Zama in 202 BC. Who am I?”
9. Hi, it’s me, Hannibal! During the Punic wars against Rome, I handed the Romans the biggest defeat in their history, w/ 48 thousand killed in action! What was this battle?”
10. “Ahoy! I am Greek Admiral Themistocles. Despite being outnumbered, I defeated this huge invasion fleet at the Battle of Salamis.”
11. These Greek philosophers are associated with mathematics.
12. Why did Romans, in the city, often buy their breakfast at food stands?
13. In early Christianity, why did the bishops meet regularly?
14. Which inventions helped the spread of disease?
15. In the ancient Egyptian religion, Hours, Maat, Sobek and other were lesser gods. Who was their main god?
16. Who fought on the chariots in ancient Egypt?
17. The “heart of Egypt” is the Nile River. How did the Nile River help farmers’ fields?
18. “Hello, I’m Emperor Augustus. My rule began over 200 years of stability and increasing wealth. What do historians call this time?”
19. What was the highest social class in the Roman Empire?
20. Why was it so difficult to attack the Greek phalanx formation?
21. This Greek is considered the “father of history.
22. How was Rome able to construct such tall buildings?
23. Latin was the language of the Western Roman Empire. What became the language of the Eastern Roman Empire?
24. These two Greek city- states were constantly fighting. Their societies and beliefs were almost the opposite of one another.
25. Even wars were postponed when this competition began. Each Greek city- state competed to show which had the greatest athletes
26. The first Punic War began over this.
a. Greece and Persia wanted to conquer one another.
b. Rome fought the Judeans to retain control over Judea.
c. Rome and Carthage both wanted to control the island of Sicily.
d. Rome and Carthage both wanted to conquer Gaul.
27. The Romans tried to make naval battles into land battles. How did they do this>
a. By trying to run the enemy ship aground.
B. By shooting arrows at enemy ships, until the enemy surrendered.
c. With a corves, a wide gangplank used to board enemy ship.
d. By sabotaging Carthaginian ships with primitive tar- based explosives.
28. Why was Alexander the Great so respected by his soldiers?
a. He let them go wild in cites they had conquered.
b. They didn’t respect him, they hated him.
c. He shared the risks with them, and promoted through merit.
d. He let them come and go as they pleased.
29. Carthage’s General Hannibal tried to bring his “secret weapon” animals across the snowy Alps, to attack Italy. But most of the ____________ died.
a. Trained tigers
30. For the Roman Empire, _________ made trade and business much easier, and toed the empire together.
B. new temples
C. currency/ coins
D. slave-run businesses
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