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Question 1: Jan Sammer, New Light on the Dark Age of Greece [1] (________ Archive)
C. Leroy EllenbergerIsraelImmanuel VelikovskyEurope

Question 2: No country could stand before their arms...Their league was ________, Tjeker, Shekelesh, Denyen and Weshesh."[3]
PhilistinesSea PeoplesCanaanPalestine

Question 3: By the eighth century a new alphabet system was adopted from the ________ by a Greek with first-hand experience of it.
Roman EmpireRashidun CaliphatePhoeniciaAlexander the Great

Question 4: In Greece the Linear B writing of the ________ used by Mycenaean bureaucrats ceases.
Greek languageGreek alphabetGreeksGreek diaspora

Question 5: The thirteenth and twelfth century inscriptions and carvings at Karnak and Luxor are the only sources for ________, a term invented by the Egyptians themselves and recorded in the boastful accounts of their military successes.
Bronze Age collapseCanaanSea PeoplesPhilistines

Question 6: Part of the ________ kingdom was invaded and conquered by the so-called Sea Peoples whose origins - perhaps from different parts of the Mediterranean, such as the Black Sea, the Aegean and Anatolian regions - remain obscure.

Question 7: The ________ benefited from the innovation: Old Italic variants spread throughout Italy from the 8th century.
Etruscan languageEtruscan originsEtruscan civilizationEtruscan mythology

Question 8: Cyprus was inhabited by a mix of "pelasgian" and ________, joined during this period by the first Greek settlements.
Alexander the GreatRoman EmpireRashidun CaliphatePhoenicia

Question 9: Latacz, J. Between Troy and ________.
HomerAncient GreeceClassical antiquityAeschylus

Question 10: A similar assemblage of peoples may have attempted to invade Egypt twice, once during the reign of ________ about 1224 BC, and then again during the reign of Ramesses III about 1186 BC.
Seti IIAmenhotep IIMerneptahAmenmesse


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