HIEU 201 Test 3

Liberty HIEU 201 Test 3 Answers

  1. According to your textbook, Rome, conqueror of the Mediterranean world, rejected the universalist tendencies of the Hellenistic Age.
  2. According to your textbook, as a result of the spread of Greek civilization, local customs and languages disappeared in the East.
  3. According to the textbook, what aspects of Hellenism facilitated the rise of Christianity?
  4. After the assassination of Julius Caesar,
  5. Alexander’s invasion of the Near East was motivated primarily by
  6. According to your textbook, the Struggle of the Orders was finally settled when wealth was distributed more evenly between patricians and plebeians.
  7. Alexander’s tutor was
  8. According to your textbook, the three phases of Greek civilization are the Dark Age, the Golden Age, and the Hellenistic Age.
  9. According to your textbook, the Romans treated the Italian peoples they conquered as potential allies, to be integrated into Roman society.
  10. According to your textbook, the Romans responded to Greek culture with indifference, seeing nothing in it that could aid future conquests.
  11. According to your textbook, Hellenistic cosmopolitanism was characterized by both an increased movement of peoples and an expansion of trade.
  12. According to your textbook, Hellenistic philosophy was more concerned with politics and the state than with an individual’s peace of mind.
  13. The textbook characterizes Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus as moderate reformers trying to deal with real social problems.
  14. Among the scientific work of the Greeks during the Hellenistic age, one may find
  15. The composition of the Twelve Tables was a political victory for the plebeians because
  16. The First Punic War began because
  17. According to the textbook, the Roman constitution was
  18. According to your textbook, Cleopatra was the last Ptolemaic ruler in Egypt.
  19. According to your textbook, in the Hellenistic Age, the intermingling of Greeks and peoples from the Near East caused Greeks to think of themselves as members of a world community.
  20. The Roman Republic was wrecked by
  21. According to the lecture, “Roman Republic,” in the early Roman Republic, the chief magistrates were
  22. True or False: According to the lecture, “Punic Wars,” Rome fought the Punic Wars against Carthage.
  23. According to the lecture, “Roman Republic,” this group sacked Rome early in the republic period.
  24. According to the lecture, “Hellenistic Age,” Alexander died in this city.
  25. True or False: According to the lecture, “Hellenistic Age,” Alexander the Great formed the Hellenic League.
  26. According to the website, ”Polybius-The Constitution of the Roman Republic” who has authority of ther ratifying of laws?
  27. According to the website, ”Josephus-Antiquities of the Jews” which of the following mountains contains the temple built by Sanballat for Manasseh, his son in law?
  28. According to the website, ”Polybius-The Constitution of the Roman Republic” who was responsible for the expenditure of public funds?
  29. According to the website, ”Polybius-The Constitution of the Roman Republic” which of the following offices was in charge of all public affairs?
  30. True or False: According to the website, ”Josephus-Antiquities of the Jews,” Manasseh, because he married a foreigner, was kicked out of the high priesthood and thus fled to Samaria where he became a high priest there.
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