STUDY GUIDE test 2 hist101 - STUDY GUIDE Part One. Fill in...

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STUDY GUIDE Part One. Fill in the Blank: 20 @ 2 points each Complete the sentences. The word bank will be drawn from the keywords lists (see below) and notes from weeks 5-9 Part Two. Multiple Choice: 10 @ 2 points each Choose the correct response from a list of four possibilities. This section will focus on assigned readings and lecture notes from weeks 5-9. Part Three. Identification: 3 @ 6 points each These terms will come from the list of keywords (see below), weeks 5-9. A proper identification should be in paragraph form and should address two sets of questions. First, what is the content of the term (that is, who/what? when? where?)? Second, what is its significance in relation to the broad themes of this course? Why is it important to the study o history? In what ways did it affect the historical record? With each part of the ID please be as precise as you can. If you do not know an exact date, try to provide a century. Was it in the first half or the second half of the century? Below is a sample Identification: Octavian: Octavian governed the Roman Empire in various capacities from 31 BCE to 14 CE. He gained power by forming the Second Triumverate with Lepidus and Marc Antony. He defeated Antony, Cleopatra and their followers at the Battle of Actium. Afterwards he acted as supreme dictator of the Empire. He was given the title, “Augustus,” meaning distinguished one. Octavian is significant because he inaugurated a two hundred year period of peace and stability in Rome known as the Pax Romana. Trade was reinvigorated, transport and communications was safe, and cities built structures like the forum, amphitheaters, aqueducts and roads. Christianity was able to spread and flourish. He is also significant because his reign demonstrates that the Romans had finally given up on the idea of a Res Publica and conceded that the public could not rule a large empire. Part Four:SHORT ANSWER: 3 @ 4 points each Brief responses, constructed in complete sentences, to questions about the assigned readings on Moodle. Part Five: Map, 10 sites @ 1 point each This map will be taken from the outline map on Moodle. Print out the map on Moodle and place each of the following sites correctly on it-- you can turn to your text books for guidance in
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locating each site. Bring in the filled out map to Paige or Dr. Ritchey for double-checking. Rome Paris Gaul Constantinople Mediterranean Sea Byzantium Mecca Medina Rhine Danube Jerusalem Syria Carthage Hispania Arabian Peninsula Pyrenees Mountains KEYWORDS FROM WEEKS 5-9: Hellas Graeci Barbaroi polis agora acropolis Sparta homoioi periokoi helots Messinia krypteia deme Cleisthenes Athens Council of 500 Pericles Persian Empire hoplite phalanx Delian League Peloponnesian Wars Peloponnesian League Parthenon sophists
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socrates plato the republic theory of forms parable of the cave aristotle hellenistic ecumene alexander the great Etruscans res publica patricians plebians latifundia Gracchus brothers Bread and Circus Julius Caesar
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