HIS-1122-XZIA Coumbe Test 2

HIS-1122-XZIA Coumbe Test 2 - ETROY World History to 1500...

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ETROY World History to 1500 HIS-1122-XZIA 11/T2 (Coumbe) Review Test Submission: Test #2 Review Test Submission: Test #2 User Course ETROY World History to 1500 HIS-1122-XZIA 11/T2 (Coumbe) Test Test #2 Started Submitted Status Completed Comments Score 86 out of 100 points Time Elapsed Instructions This test covers chapters 6,7,8,&9. It is not timed. Remember to cite your sources for each essay answer you provide. Question 1 Compare and contrast the Roman Republic and the Athenian democracy. Selected Answer: Correct Answer: [None] Response Feedback: Do not use the bullet format in your essays. This is intended as a grading guide only. Athens & &±²³ ; The adoption of a written legal code (Draco and Solon) & &±²³ ; Adoption of democratic political forms. & &±²³ ; The transformation of Athens into a democracy. & &±²³ ; The development of the polis. & &±²³ ; Females and foreigners were excluded from voting. & &±²³ ; Most influential positions were held by aristocrats. 13 out of 17 points
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& &±²³ ; The state existed for the citizen rather than the citizen for the state. Roman Republic & &±²³ ; Government grounded in principles and practices unlike those developed in earlier Greece. & &±²³ ; Athenian democracy was based on the right of all adult male citizens to debate, deliberate and vote. But Romans governed themselves through a republic -- a system in which all adult males voted not on the issues of the day but representatives elected to a variety of assemblies that drafted, debated, and passed laws. & &±²³ ; Athenian government know as a direct democracy and was possible in a city state with a limited population, but Rome was larger than Athens and continued to keep growing and hence a direct democracy was not possible. & &±²³ ; Rome’s advisory body was the senate. The Senate was dominated by patricians. & &±²³ ; The role of the consol should be discussed. & &±²³ ; Government based on laws. & &±²³ ; Rulers were subject to the laws rather than made the laws. & &±²³ ; The Struggle for the Orders – a clash between the plebians and the patricians. & &±²³ ; Development of the office of the tribune. & &±²³ ; Law of the Twelve Tables. Legal system thrown open to all free men. & &±²³ ; Development of the rights of Roman citizenship. Question 2 Compare and contrast Hellenic and Hellenistic Greece. Selected Answer: To discern the major difference, Hellenic involves the time or 15 out of 17 points
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Correct Answer: [None] Response Feedback: Do not use the bullet format in your essays. This is intended as a grading guide only.
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