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Attalus I: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Meanwhile, the new Roman consul for that year, Titus Quinctius Flamininus, had learned that the ________, allies of Macedon, had had a change in leadership which favored Rome.
Macedonia (ancient kingdom)3rd century BCAchaean LeaguePhilopoemen

Question 2: According to ________, fifty-three decked warships and over one hundred and fifty smaller warships, took part on the Macedonian side, with sixty-five decked warships and a number of smaller warships on the allied side.
Alexander the GreatAncient GreeceSpartaPolybius

Question 3: Acarnanians with Macedonian support invaded Attica, causing ________, which had previously maintained its neutrality, to seek help from the enemies of Philip.
StockholmAthensHelsinkiGreece

Question 4: When hostilities resumed, they sacked both Oreus, on the northern coast of ________ and Opus, the chief city of eastern Locris.
CycladesDodecaneseEuboeaSkyros

Question 5: [46] In the spring of 199 BC, the combined Pergamon and Roman fleets took Andros in the ________, the spoils going to the Romans and the island to Attalus.
CycladesEuboeaSantoriniDodecanese

Question 6: [8] The elder Attalus was the son of a brother (also called Attalus) of both Philetaerus, the founder of the Attalid dynasty, and Eumenes, the father of Eumenes I, Philetaerus' successor; he is mentioned, along with his uncles, as a benefactor of ________.
Olympia, GreeceEpidaurusDelphiAthens

Question 7: A courageous and capable general and loyal ally of Rome, he played a significant role in the first and second Macedonian Wars, waged against ________.
Antigonus II GonatasPhilip V of MacedonAlexander the GreatLysimachus

Question 8: In the spring of 198 BC, Attalus returned to Greece with twenty-three ________ joining a fleet of twenty Rhodian decked warships at Andros, to complete the conquest of Euboea begun the previous year.
Roman RepublicRoman NavyAlexander the GreatHellenistic-era warships

Question 9: The campaigning season now over, Attalus attended the ________ and then returned to Pergamon having been away for over two years.
Imperial cult (ancient Rome)PolytheismReligion in ancient GreeceEleusinian Mysteries

Question 10: [6] He died in 197 BC, shortly before the end of the second war, at the age of 72, having suffered an apparent ________ while addressing a Boeotian war council some months before.
StrokeCerebral aneurysmSubarachnoid hemorrhageCerebral venous sinus thrombosis
















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