CSTU 101 Quiz 2

CSTU 101 Quiz 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Whose view was that the Cosmos was based on the belief that every occurrence in the physical universe had logos behind it and that is where life originated?
  2. Who was the “Father of History” who documented the Persian Wars?
  3. Greece is surrounded by four seas. Which of these is not one of them?
  4. As we have studied the Greek Heritage, what dates could you give the Classical Period in Greek history.
  5. The first Greek code of laws. Though very severe did offer a single standard of justice for all people.
  6. What type of Architecture is displayed by the Supreme Court?
  7. Democracy became a reality with the reforms of Cleisthenes (507BC), who sharply curtailed the influence of the four aristocratic tribes who had long dominated ___________ politics.
  8. Homer composed the Iliad between what years?
  9. An Archaic Greek sculpture, of a standing male youth which is nude.
  10. The so-called “Archaic Grin” is associated with Greek sculptures? It can be seen on this sculpture.
  11. The first people who dwelt in Greek lands about whom we have much information were the _____.
  12. During the Archaic Period the Greeks enlarged their economy and gained leisure time for other pursuits: gymnastics, education, philosophic-scientific investigation, discussions in the ___________.
  13. When was Neo-classical architecture brought to America?
  14. The Mycenae had developed a metal craftsmanship called ___________ , the hammering of metals into representational form.
  15. This archaeological monument is from the citadel of the kings from ancient Mycenae.
  16. What types of columns decorated the front of the Supreme Court?
  17. Greek god of the sea.
  18. Which style of art do we associate  with the Archaic Period of Greece?
  19. The apex in all the arts for the Greek civilization came to its apex during the high classical period especially during which Age.
  20. The worship of Olympian gods was a complex and fascinating religion. According to the Rawls textbook, at its most straightforward the religion used mythical gods and goddesses to explain what?
  21. Ancient Greek culture is generally dynamic, while ancient Egyptian culture is generally static.
  22. Democracy became a reality with the reforms of Cleisthenes in Athens.
  23. The Greeks tired of the Persian’s attitude and attacked the Persian Empire’s Mainland in 490BC.
  24. All Greek families were required to have a sacred book in their religious worship.
  25. Sparta was able to rival Athens in cultural and intellectual achievements.
  26. Greece refused to absorb any of the cultural heritage from the Egyptians or the Mesopotamians.
  27. The Indo-European tribe is believed to have lived about 3000 years ago in the area of Central Asia.
  28. The Greeks were not known for being very idealistic or pragmatic.
  29. The Greeks valued sculpting in bronze more than any other medium.
  30. According to your textbook, a culture without a divine monarch has no compelling need for monumental sculptures.

Set 2

  1. Homer composed the Iliad between what years?
  2. Democracy became a reality with the reforms of Cleisthenes (507BC), who sharply curtailed the influence of the four aristocratic tribes who had long dominated ___________ politics.
  3. When was Neo-classical architecture brought to America?
  4. Who was the “Father of History” who documented the Persian Wars?
  5. A Wealthy-German merchant turned archaeologist discovered Troy in Northern Turkey.
  6. Whose view was that the Cosmos was based on the belief that every occurrence in the physical universe had logos behind it and that is where life originated?
  7. An Archaic Greek sculpture, of a standing male youth which is nude.
  8. The first people who dwelt in Greek lands about whom we have much information were the _____.
  9. The apex in all the arts for the Greek civilization came to its apex during the high classical period especially during which Age.
  10. Greece is surrounded by four seas. Which of these is not one of them?
  11. Archaic Greek sculpture of a standing, clothes maiden figure.
  12. Who was not an early Athens reformer during the Archaic period?
  13. During the Archaic Period the Greeks enlarged their economy and gained leisure time for other pursuits: gymnastics, education, philosophic-scientific investigation, discussions in the ___________.
  14. Which style of art do we associate  with the Archaic Period of Greece?
  15. The worship of Olympian gods was a complex and fascinating religion. According to the Rawls textbook, at its most straightforward the religion used mythical gods and goddesses to explain what?
  16. Greek god of the sea.
  17. The Mycenae had developed a metal craftsmanship called ___________ , the hammering of metals into representational form.
  18. This archaeological monument is from the citadel of the kings from ancient Mycenae.
  19. The so-called “Archaic Grin” is associated with Greek sculptures? It can be seen on this sculpture.
  20. What do Historians sometimes use to refer to the great leap that propelled Western culture forward?
  21. The Greeks tired of the Persian’s attitude and attacked the Persian Empire’s Mainland in 490BC.
  22. Greece refused to absorb any of the cultural heritage from the Egyptians or the Mesopotamians.
  23. Sparta was able to rival Athens in cultural and intellectual achievements.
  24. The quote “Equal Justice for All” is proudly displayed above the United States Capital Building.
  25. Ancient Greek culture is generally dynamic, while ancient Egyptian culture is generally static.
  26. All Greek families were required to have a sacred book in their religious worship.
  27. The Indo-European tribe is believed to have lived about 3000 years ago in the area of Central Asia.
  28. The Greeks valued sculpting in bronze more than any other medium.
  29. According to your textbook, a culture without a divine monarch has no compelling need for monumental sculptures.
  30. Individualistic to the extreme, the Greeks had no organized religion and, consequently, no hierarchy of priests.
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