HIST 151 midtern review

HIST 151 midtern review - H IST 151 Midterm Review Session...

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Unformatted text preview: H IST 151 Midterm Review Session October 3, 2007 Things to remember:- Greek terms ( oikos, polis, helot )- Governments of different civilizations (Greek democracy, Roman government, Spartan government)- Wars (when they were, who was fighting, causes and effects)- Role of religion in culture (Greek polytheism, Roman religion, Christianity, Judaism)- Social life (family, role of women, class)- Important generals/conquerors, statesmen/politicians, religious/cultural leaders- Differences between the culture (Greek vs. Roman, Athenian vs. Spartan, Christianity vs. Roman religion) Sample part I I questions: 1. What were the earliest 4 Christian gospels? What do the differences between them tell us about the evolution of early Christianity? 2. What were the major political offices in the Roman Republic? How did Roman Republican politics function? a. Offices- consul, quaestor, praetor, tribune, censor (include what they did) b. Effect of military victory and rising through the ranks in government – tie b/t military and political success c. Lengths of terms Roles of tribunes/plebeians:- Two social classes – patricians and plebeians- Plebeians had limited political rights o Over time, they gained more rights o Would leave the city and only return until they were given more rights o By the time of Caesar, the two classes were virtually nonexistent- Formed political tribunes of only plebeians...
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