Chapter 2: The Greeks
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In general, separate early Greek communities
developed close ties and cooperated with one another.
exchanged diplomatic representatives only.
became fierce rivals fighting so often as to threaten Greek civilization itself. d.
established formal federations early in Greek history.
Which of the following is true of Greece from the eighth century B.C.? a.
It was a period of social cohesion and great Greek empires.
The Greeks' colonization efforts in the Aegean and Black Seas came to an end. c.
The polis evolved into the central institution in Greek life. d.
It was a period of incessant warfare.
The polis was the Greek name for
The development of the polis had a negative impact on Greek society by a.
fostering a sense of disunity among commoners.
dividing Greece into fiercely competitive states.
discouraging the development of polytheistic religion.
retarding democracy in the organization of civic governments.
The hoplite phalanx relied for its success on
speed and mobility.
discipline and teamwork.
The rise of tyrants in the poleis in the seventh and sixth centuries B.C. a.
had little to do with the development of the hoplite fighting force. b.
often encouraged the economic and cultural progress of the cities. c.
meant the increased oppression of the peasants.
crushed for good the power of the democratic oligarchies.
The Spartans made the army the center of their society because a.
the Spartans had always loved killing and mayhem.
they feared a naval attack by Athens.
they feared a naval attack by Persia.
they feared an uprising by their helots.
The Lycurgan reforms resulted in
the establishment of a permanent military state in...
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