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The geography of the region helped to shape the government and culture of the Ancient Greeks. Geographical formations including mountains, seas, and islands formed natural barriers between the Greek city-states and forced the Greeks to settle along the coast.

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Answer 1.  (C) IT was the center of trade for Europe, Africa, and Asia  

Alexandria is the major city and urban government in Egypt. Once among the largest cities of the Mediterranean world and a city of Hellenic learning and ability, Alexandria was the capital of Egypt from its originating by Alexander the Great in 332 until its abandonment to the Arab armies in 642 CE. One of Egypt’s greatest cities, Alexandria is also its major seaport and a significant industrial center.  

Answer 2. (D) Ephron could take kings out of power  

They were rulers of early Sparta and distributed power with the two Spartan kings. They were a committee of five elected yearly who testified "on behalf of the city", while the kings testified for themselves. They held various responsibilities including legislative, judicial, financial, and executive duties.  

Answer 3.  (D) That the Greek city-states should stay independent at all times.  

The Greeks throughout this era were not a combined people and, rather, lived in a series of city-states. Under the city-states, each city had its own government and established not only the city itself but also the farmland around it. These city-states often competed into one another for leadership and fame; the most important of them were Sparta and Athens, which were major competitors.  

Answer 4.  (A) The Olympic Games were held to honor the God Zeus.  

The initial Greek games were staged every fourth year for several hundred years until they were removed in the early Christian era. The return of the Olympic Games took place in 1896. The primary distinction between the ancient and modern Olympics is that the former was the ancient Greeks' way of praising their gods, whereas the modern Games are a practice of recognizing the athletic abilities of citizens of all nations.  

Answer 6.  (B) Young boys were taught to obey orders.  

The Spartan family was considered distinct from that of other Ancient Greek city-states. The word "Spartan" has come down to us to explain restraint and integrity. This is what Spartan life was all about. Children were children of the country more than of their parents. They were trained to be soldiers, faithful to the state, strong and self-disciplined.  

Answer 7.  Option: A, B & E  

The mountains, seas, islands, and climate separated and distributed Greece into little societies that became city-states. The sea provided the Greeks to exchange for food by moving over water. Secondly, Mountains comprise about 75% of Greece. These mounts are not expressly high but they did a great job of dividing the Greeks from each other.  

Answer 8.  Option: B & D  

• The Athenians practiced direct democracy - residents were required to vote themselves on issues challenging the government (and courts).  

• The United States is a Representative democracy - residents elect one citizen to act as their substitute (representative) in the extended government.  

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Answer 9.(B) Other nations saw Greece's lack of unification as weak.

Although Sparta and her Allies ultimately “won” the Peloponnesian war, the actual effect of the war was the destruction of both rules themselves. As a consequence of the reserves spent to win the war, this gave an opening for both to fall under the control of the Macedonians in the North.

Answer 10.Option: A, C & E

Athenian democracy was based on three main principles. The Assembly, which met frequently and was made up all off residents (adult males), met repeatedly to discuss problems confronting the city-state and pass legislation. The Council of 500 was the central arm of the government, which set the schedule for Assembly encounters and tried the day-to-day running of the government. Finally, the People's Court was the judiciary part of the government, where Athenians would be examined.

Answer 11.A) To build a strong and unified empire  

In the first half of the first millennium, ancient Greek city-states, most of which were marine powers, began to look behind Greece for land and support, and so they founded colonies across the Mediterranean. Trade connections were normally the first steps in the colonization method and then, later, once local residents were subdued or incorporated within the colony, cities were established.

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