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Byzantine-Sassanid War of 602–628: Quiz


Question 1: [70] Other minor cities like Jadar (Zadar), Tragurium (Trogir), Butua (Budva), ________ (Skadar), and Lissus (Ljes) also survived the invasions.

Question 2: [39] Heraclius attempted to stop the invasion at ________, and even met with Saint Theodore of Sykeon to ask for a blessing for the battle.

Question 3:
^ d: Since the time of ________, no Roman emperor had personally led troops in battle.
Theodosius IValentinian IIDiocletianConstantine I

Question 4: Do not deceive yourself with vain hope in that ________, who was not able to save himself from the Jews, who killed him by nailing him to a cross.
GospelNew TestamentChristJesus

Question 5: [41] The cities of ________, Apamea, and Emesa fell quickly in 613, giving the Persians a chance to strike further south.

Question 6: [72] The Avars also began to raid ________, threatening commerce and argiculture, even near the gates of Constantinople.
ThraciansGreeceThraceRoman Empire

Question 7: However, they had difficulties communicating with each other due to the Byzantine navy guarding the ________, though undoubtedly, there was some communication between the two forces.

Question 8: Under the peace treaty, the Byzantines regained all their lost territories, their captured soldiers, a war indemnity, and most importantly for them, the ________ and other relics that were lost in Jerusalem in 614.
Byzantine EmpireTrue CrossEarly ChristianityOrthodox Church

Question 9: When, in 602, Maurice commanded his troops campaigning in the Balkans to spend the winter in the barbarian lands beyond the ________ to save money, this led to open revolt.

Question 10: [107] The parade went toward the ________.
Byzantine EmpireChora ChurchHagia SophiaConstantinople

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