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Question 1:
Which of the following was a combatant in the Greco-Persian Wars?
The United Earth Forces , including the elite Army of the Southern Cross
Greek confederacy
Greek city states including Athens and Sparta
City of Danzig

Question 2: This was the beginning of the ________, which would last until 493 BC, progressively drawing more regions of Asia Minor into the conflict.
MiletusHistories (Herodotus)Ionian RevoltGreco-Persian Wars

Question 3: The armies from the Eastern satrapies was gathered in Kritala, ________ and were led by Xerxes to Sardis where they passed the winter.
CappadociaGalatiaBithyniaLydia

Question 4:
Where did Greco-Persian Wars take place?
Eastern Galicia, modern-day Ukraine
lakes of the Hawizeh Marsh in Iraq
near Dunbar, Scotland
Mainland Greece, Thrace, Aegean Islands, Asia Minor, Cyprus, and Egypt

Question 5: The task force sailed on to ________, and to the first major target, Eretria.
CycladesSkyrosEuboeaDodecanese

Question 6: Unfortunately, the military history of Greece between the end of the second Persian invasion of Greece and the ________ (479–431 BC) is poorly attested by surviving ancient sources.
Peloponnesian WarClassical AthensCorinthian WarGreco-Persian Wars

Question 7: The Greco-Persian Wars (also often called the Persian Wars) were a series of conflicts between the ________ of Persia and city-states of the Hellenic world that started in 499 BC and lasted until 449 BC.
MedesSassanid EmpireAlexander the GreatAchaemenid Empire

Question 8: [33] By 550 BC, the rebellion was over, and Cyrus had emerged victorious, founding the ________ in place of the Median kingdom in the process.
Achaemenid EmpireMedesAlexander the GreatSassanid Empire

Question 9:
Who was a commander in the Greco-Persian Wars?

Question 10: The first campaign, in 492 BC, was led by Darius's son-in-law Mardonius,[70] who re-subjugated ________, which had nominally been part of the Persian empire since 513 BC.
ThraceRoman EmpireThraciansGreece







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