Question Number 14Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextWho is known as "The Father of Geometry"? Question Number 15Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextThe agora was a place where Greeks could: Question Number 16Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextHow was the Great Library of Alexandria destroyed? Question Number 17Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextIdentify the phrase that best describes the geography of Greece. Your Answer C. numerous small islands in the Mediterranean Sea Question Number 18 Points: 5.00/5.00
Question TextWhich of the following list of items identifies several ancient Greek achievements? Question Number 19Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextWho were the helots in Spartan society? Question Number 20Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextThe Athenian government was divided into how many ruling parties? Question Number 1Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextWhich of the following is NOT true of Table VII of the Law of the Twelve Tables? Question Number 2Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextWhich emperor was credited with originating Pax Romana, reviving Rome after Julius Caesar's death? He said that he found Rome in bricks, yet left it in marble. Question Number 3Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextWhich brutal Roman emperor is said to have been playing a lyre and singing while Rome burned during the Great Fire of Rome in 64 AD? Question Number 4Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextSelect the Roman architectural structure that resembles the shopping malls of today. Question Number 5Points: 5.00/5.00Question TextWhich emperor attempted to reform Rome by dividing the region in half, sharing the reign with a co-emperor, and strictly regulating citizens eliminating many personal freedoms? Question Number 6Points: 5.00/5.00Question Text
Wealthy Roman nobles, known as _____________, controlled the new Roman Republic electing officials from their own social class to run the government. This left the _____________ with no voice in government until they seceded in 494 BC during an invasion reminding the wealthy that they were a vital part of Rome.
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