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TEN TRUE OR FALSE QUESTIONS (SAY 'GO')
Jesus was born on December 25.
The Mesopotamian Civilization was polytheistic.
The Egyptian god Set was the god of peace.
Octavian was the same person as Augustus.
The Jewish tribes had to pay sacrifices to the Roman government.
Daoism was founded in the 6th Century BCE.
The king who made Zoroastrianism popular was Xerxes.
Siddhartha Gautama was a Kshatriya.
Zeus-Amun-Ra was a Greek god during the Classical Age.
The people who conquered the people of Northern India were called the Aryans.
Mesopotamia means 'the fertile crescent.'
Release from the wheel of reincarnation is called samsara.
Stupas are temples that were constructed over Buddha's ashes after he died.
The holy scriptures of Zoroastrianism are called the Avesta.
Abraham was sometimes thought to be the first Jew.
Socrates was a Hellenic Philosopher (excluding the Classical Age).
The goddess of the hunt was called Demeter.
The Amazon River is the longest river on earth.
Shiva was the maintainer/preserver god of ancient India who appeared in many forms.
The Mesopotamian afterlife was boring and people focused more on the life on earth.
TWENTY-FIVE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS (SAY 'ONE HUNDRED PERCENT')
Which was from the Greek civilization? a. Siddhartha Gautama b. Cleisthenes c. Octavian d. Ms. Newman
Who began his rule at age nine? a. Alexander of Macedon b. Me ;) c. Telemachus d. Tutankhamen
What religion was Buddhism presented as an alternative of? a. Zoroastrianism b. Daoism c. Confucianism d. Hinduism
What was the ancient name of Istanbul? a. Istanbul b. Idomonicus c. Ankara d. Constantinople
What year was the Edict of Milan (which legalized Christianity in Rome)? a. 310 b. 299 c. 313 d. 313 BCE
What was the name of the caste of priests and noblemen? a. Shudra b. The Untouchables c. Kshatriya d. Brahmin
From what civilization was the Palace of Knossos? a. Minoan b. Mycenean c. Mesopotamian d. Roman
What two dates do historians give as the Fall of the Roman Empire? a. 453 and 602 b. 410 and 1453 c. 410 and 476 d. 409 and 476
What was the holy pyramid of the Mesopotamians called? a. ziggurat b. zggrt c. Great Pyramid of Giza d. Innana
During which dynasty was Confucianism created? a. Wong Dynasty b. Zhou Dynasty c. Shang Dynasty d. Han Dynasty
Which of these was NOT a city-state in Greece? a. Athens b. Sparta c. Troy d. Argos
What was an Egyptian's soul called? a. Ka b. Osiris c. Tutankhamen d. Isis
What was a name of a mystery cult? a. Cult of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria b. Cult of Samir c. Cult of Dubby d. Cult of Isis
The laws of Babylon were inscribed on what clay tablet? a. Epic of Gilgamesh b. Standard of Ur c. Code of Hammurabi d. Laws of Manu
HintAnswerWords of Encouragement!
Who was Sappho? a. an ephor b. a heterosexual artist from Troy c. the founder of Athenian democracy d. a pansexual poet from Lesbos
Which period is the Winged Nike from? a. Early Hellenic b. Dark Ages c. Hellenistic d. Classical
What date did Judaism become a monotheistic religion? a. 0 b. 6th Century BCE c. 1200 BCE d. 1500 BCE
Who did the Assyrians conquer? a. Mesopotamians b. Egyptians c. Phoenicians d. Greeks
Where was the capital of the Persian Empire a. Tehran b. Persepolis c. Ur d. Constantinople
What color was Osiris' face? a. Yellow b. Skin-toned, like a normal person c. Green d. Blue
At the time of Akhenaten, how many gods did Egypt have? a. 1 b. 24 c. 12 d. 397
What was the scattering of the Jews called? a. the scattering of the Jews b. Diaspora c. Dharma d. Bhikkus
Under which emperor did the Persian Empire reach its largest size? a. Darius b. Xerxes c. Persepol d. Constantine
Which of these religions was atheistic? a. Zoroastrianism b. Buddhism c. Christianity d. Hinduism
Which of these societies does NOT believe in an afterlife? a. Christian b. Greek c. Juwish d. Jewish
TWENTY-FIVE FILL-IN-THE-BLANKS (SAY 'MS. NEWMAN')
Aristarchus of Samos proposed the first |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_| (sun-centered) model of the universe.
One river that fringed Mesopotamia was called the |_|_|_|_|_|_|.
The word 'paleolithic' means |_|_|_| |_|_|_|_|_|
The Greek god of the ocean was called |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
The ancient people of northern India were called the |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
Release from the wheel of reincarnation is called |_|_|_|_|_|_|.
The namesake for the official religion of the Persian Empire was Zarathustra, also known as |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
A set of clay tablets found in Mesopotamia depicting a war and peace scene is called the |_|_|_|_|_|_|_| |_|_| |_|_|.
The world-famous river in Egypt is called the |_|_|_|_|.
The two brothers said to found Rome were named |_|_|_|_|_|_|_| |_|_|_| |_|_|_|_|_|.
A mixing of two religions/cultures is called |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
One famous Greek city-state was Sparta; another was |_|_|_|_|_|_|.
Rule by a group of wealthy people is called |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
The king of Egypt called himself |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|, a reincarnation of Horus the god of the sky.
The people who made the Phonetic alphabet we use today were called the |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
The earliest language ever written, in Sumerian society, is |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
The Egyptians' written language of drawings and symbols is called |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
|_|_|_|_|_| was sent down the Nile River to escape his death when he was a baby and would later lead the Jews on Exodus from Egypt.
Total extinction, with regards to Buddhism, was called |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
In Sparta, the ephors had absolute rule, also known as |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
The outspoken philosopher who was anti-democratic was named |_|_|_|_|_|.
The first female to consider herself pharaoh was named |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
|_|_|_|_|_|_|_| was the all-seeing Hindu god with four faces and four arms.
A |_|_|_|_|_| was another term meaning 'city-state' in Greece.
HintAnswerWords of Encouragement!
A government led by religious leaders is called a |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|.
FOUR GENERAL GEOGRAPHY QUESTIONS (SAY 'I LIKE THE NUMBER FOUR')
Which river is farther north - the Yellow or the Yangtze?
Which place is in Europe - The Indus River or the Byzantine Empire
Which river is farther east - the Tigris or the Euphrates
Order from northern-most to southern-most, separated by commas: Greece (use Athens), Rome, Egypt (use Cairo)
SIX TIMELINE QUESTIONS (SAY 'ALMOST THERE')
Place these events in order, separated by commas and a space: Julius Caesar's death, the building of the Great Pyramids of Giza, the formation of Earth, the Peloponnesian War
Place these events in order, separated by commas and a space: The Paleolithic Age ends, Venus of Hohle Fels is sculpted, Augustus Caesar dies, Charlemagne's reign begins
Place these events in order, separated by commas and a space: Egyptian society begins, Constantine becomes Christian, the US becomes independent, the Trojan War begins
Place these events in order, separated by commas and a space: Athens was an oligarchy, Athens was a democracy, Athens was an aristocracy, Athens was a monarchy
Place these events in order, separated by commas and a space: Ardipithecus ramidus was born, the Paleolithic Age, the Neolithic Age, the Agricultural Revolution
Place these events in order, separated by commas and a space: Abraham lived as the first Jew, Christianity was founded, the Edict of Milan, Buddhism was founded
TWENTY PRIMARY SOURCE QUESTIONS - ALL FORMATS (SAY 'LAST SECTION')
[Multiple Choice: Four Options] What animal carries off the plant of immortality Gilgamesh needs to reach? a. a lion b. a hippionile c. a snake d. a woolly mammoth
[True/False] Gilgamesh is one-third human.
[Multiple Choice: Two Options] Who is more powerful: Hammurabi or the god Shamash?
[Fill-in-the-blank] |_|_|_|_|_| bragged about giving Athenians 'straight justice for each.'
[Multiple Choice: Four Options] Who spoke at a funeral oration, praising the government of Athens while insulting that of Sparta? a. Solon b. Pericles c. Plato d. Polybius
[Multiple Choice: Two Options] Whose government does Plato describe sarcastically: Athens or Sparta?
[Name the Religion: Type the name of a Religion] Laws of Manu
[Name the Primary Source: Type the name of a Primary Source] '[By it] the number of Roman citizens was 4, 063, 000.'
[Multiple Choice: Four Options] What phrase did Buddha refer to his followers as? a. Bhikkus b. Friends c. Bhourstahnd d. Kshatriya
[True/False] A proper gentlemanly profession is in government, according to Confucius.
[Name the Religion: Type the name of a Religion] [Siddhartha Gautama's] First Sermon
[Name the Primary Source: Type the name of a Primary Source] 'The Spartan constitution is defective in another point; I mean the Ephoralty.'
[Multiple Choice: Four Options]: 'We cannot know [it] itself, nor see its qualities direct.' This comes from: a. Tao Te Ching b. The Analects c. Buddha's First Sermon d. The Avesta
[Name the Religion: Type the name of a Religion] Genesis
[Name the Primary Source: Type the name of a Primary Source] The Four Noble Truths
[True/False] The Standard of Ur is the Egyptian primary source.
[True/False] Xenophon believes women shouldn't be as fast or as healthy as men.
[Multiple Choice: Four Options] Polybius thinks the General Assembly would imply that Rome seems to be an a. democracy b. oligarchy c. monarchy d. Communist state
[Multiple Choice: Two Options] Was Solon Greek or Roman?
[Fill-in-the-blank] The |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|_| |_|_|_|_| was a Buddhist ideal in Buddha's First Sermon that emphasized righteousness in eight main aspects of life
 
 

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