Which of the following was an early civilization associated with an established vibrant culture on the island of Crete?
Hellenistic art included all of the following innovations and changes from the Classical period except:
critique of authority.
expression of emotion.
The descendants of this early mainland culture are assumed to have been affiliated with the Sea Peoples, leading into their integration into Canaanite regions and development into the Philistines.
This ancient language has yet to be deciphered but is generally understood to be unaffiliated with any Greek dialect.
All of the following are examples of Archaic period legislative bodies except:
Which of the following is the noted Athenian aristocrat who became chief magistrate and was known for freeing slaves, canceling debts, and allowing non-nobles to vote for magistrates?
The school of philosophy that encouraged participating in politics, living in accordance with nature, and developing the concept of natural law was inspired by which of the following?
This mathematician’s lessons on the fundamental principles of geometry became the standard method for thousands of years.
Who is the author credited with the poems Theogony and Works and Days?
The school of philosophy that acknowledged the gods but taught that they had no influence on human life and that the principle goods of human life were contentment and pleasure, meaning a life free from fear and suffering, was inspired by which of the following?
Match each government structure to its closest definition.
A religious-based political corporation that ensured autonomy on religious matters
Rule specifically of people conquered by Alexander
Translates to “city-state” and includes both a city and countryside component
Rule specifically of property-owning citizens; translates to “the rule of the few”
Translates as “the power of the people”—a government ruled by citizens
The takeover of an existing government by an individual who often used wealth for political gain
Match each era to its defining characteristics.
Era in which the polis structure spread throughout the Mediterranean
Considered a period of cultural and population decline
Period of Athenian domination of the Mediterranean regions
A Greek era dominated by early settlement, taking place during the Bronze Age
Period plagued with external conflicts, beginning with wars against Persia and ending with the Macedonian takeover of Greece
Era ushered in by the death of Alexander the Great
Define Hellenic and Hellenistic Greece. Choose three cultural elements that are prominently found across both eras among political, social, and/or economic characteristics, and compare them. In your comparison, identify what influenced these changes and discuss what these changes show about the overall evolution of one period to the next.
Your response must be at least 300 words in length.