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Macedonia (Greece): Quiz

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Question 1: There they lived near non-Greek tribes such as the ________ that would later leave Macedonia for Asia Minor and become known as Phrygians.
Macedonia (region)BrygesBalkansAlbania

Question 2: [7] Principal excavated settlements of this period include Makryialos and Paliambela near the western shore of the Thermaic gulf, Thermi to the south of ________ and Sitagroi and Dikili Tas in the Drama plain.
PatrasAthensCorfu (city)Thessaloniki

Question 3: Thessaloniki is a major port city and industrial center; ________ is the other harbor of Macedonia.
CorinthKavalaAlexandroupoliAthens

Question 4: Other minority groups include Jews (Sephardim and Romaniotes), ________ and Roma.
ArmeniansArmenian diasporaArmenian languageArmenian Apostolic Church

Question 5: Tourism is a major industry along the coast, particularly in the Chalcidice peninsula, the island of ________ and the northern approaches to Mount Olympus.
SamothraceLemnosThasosAegean civilizations

Question 6: Following the Fourth Crusade 1203–1204, a short-lived Crusader realm, the Kingdom of Thessalonica, was established in the region, but it was subdued by the Greek ________ in 1224.
History of the Eastern Roman EmpireByzantine navyByzantine EmpireDespotate of Epirus

Question 7: The capture of Thessalonica threw the Greek world into a state of consternation, being regarded as the prelude to the fall of ________ itself.
Byzantine navyByzantine EmpireHagia SophiaConstantinople

Question 8: Macedonians came to be of particular importance during the ________ when they were a minority population inside the Ottoman province of Macedonia.
Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878)Balkan WarsFirst Balkan WarItalo-Turkish War

Question 9: Macedonians (Greek: Μακεδόνες, Makedónes) is the term by which ethnic ________ originating from the region are known.
Greek literatureGreeksGreeceGreek diaspora

Question 10: Macedonia borders the neighboring peripheries of ________, Thrace (part of the East Macedonia and Thrace periphery) and Epirus.
GreeceThessalyLarissaAthens







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