Jeopardy - Ancient Greece by haoqianaw

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									             Jeopardy
Vocabulary    Life    Athens   Sparta     Culture

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                                        Final Jeopardy
  $100 Question from H1

 This was a public
market and meeting
place in an ancient
    Greek city.
$100 Answer from H1

 What was
 the agora?
   $200 Question from H1


 The term in ancient
Sparta for slaves who
 were owned by the
         state
  $200 Answer from H1

What were helots?
   $300 Question from H1

This was the war fought
  between Athens and
Sparta in ancient Greece;
the war involved almost
 every Greek city-state.
  $300 Answer from H1

   What was the
Peloponnesian War?
   $400 Question from H1
This was the king of
  Macedonia who
conquered Persia and
 Egypt and invaded
       India.
$400 Answer from H1


  Who was
Alexander the
   Great?
   $500 Question from H1
 This term describes
   Greek history or
culture after the death
  of Alexander the
        Great.
$500 Answer from H1

  What is
 Hellenistic?
  $100 Question from H2

This was the center
of Athens’ religious
       life.
$100 Answer from H2

What was the
 Acropolis?
 $200 Question from H2


  This was the
center of Athens’
   public life.
$200 Answer from H2

 What was the
   Agora?
    $300 Question from H2
In ancient Athens, these
 people stayed at home,
   did not take part in
  politics or vote; they
could not own property.
  $300 Answer from H2

Who were women?
 $400 Question from H2

Athenians ate these
  types of meals.
$400 Answer from H2

  What were
simple meals?
    $500 Question from H2
   These people were
captured by pirates or by
   armies during war.
 Others were born into
          this.
  $500 Answer from H2

Who were slaves?
     $100 Question from H3
    Men gathering to hear
speeches, buy or sell goods,
worship gods, vote, or sit on
  juries were activities that
 took place here in Athens.
$100 Answer from H3


What was the
  agora?
 $200 Question from H3

This is the type of
government found
   in Athens.
$200 Answer from H3

  What is a
 democracy?
   $300 Question from H3

   Persian soldiers
gathered at this place
 which was about 25
miles north of Athens.
   $300 Answer from H3


What was Marathon?
  $400 Question from H3

The Greeks believed
 they won the wars
with Persia because
      of this.
   $400 Answer from H3

  What is they were
favored by the gods?
  $500 Question from H3

This city-state won
the Peloponnesian
War that lasted 27
       years.
 $500 Answer from H3

What was Sparta?
  $100 Question from H4

 A boy began his
military training at
     this age.
 $100 Answer from H4

What was seven?
   $200 Question from H4

This is the number of
  years that a male
 served as a Spartan
       soldier.
   $200 Answer from H4

What is forty years?
  $300 Question from H4

As in Athens, these
   people were
considered citizens
     in Sparta.
  $300 Answer from H4

  What were
non-slave males?
    $400 Question from H4

  These people were
trained to exercise and
build up their bodies to
have healthy children.
$400 Answer from H4


 Who were
 women?
  $500 Question from H4

This person led the
  government of
      Sparta.
 $500 Answer from H4


What was a king?
     $100 Question from H5

This king united Macedonia,
formed alliances with Greek
city-states, and built a strong
   army. He then began to
  capture Greek city-states.
$100 Answer from H5

 Who was
King Philip?
  $200 Question from H5

  After his father’s
 death, this person
took over as king of
    Macedonia.
$200 Answer from H5


Who was
Alexander?
  $300 Question from H5

  In eleven years,
Alexander the Great
 conquered Persia,
 Egypt, and lands
 beyond this river.
$300 Answer from H5

What is the
Indus River?
     $400 Question from H5

Alexander the Great died at
   the age of thirty-three;
however, he was successful
as a military leader because
     he had a lot of this.
 $400 Answer from H5

What is energy?
 $500 Question from H5

 Many Hellenistic
scientists believed
the Earth was this.
$500 Answer from H5



What is round?
      Final Jeopardy
 Alexandria, Egypt, was
    an important city
because it was the center
  of these three things.
Final Jeopardy Answer

    What was
learning, business,
    and trade?

								
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