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Question 1: But Roman civil wars continued to disrupt the region until 31 B.C., after which, with the reign of ________, the pax romana extended over the area.
DomitianTiberiusAugustusRoman Emperor

Question 2: The expansion of the coastal cities, which had slowed down after earthquakes in the 6th century, revived during the ________ period.
Abbasid CaliphateUmayyad CaliphateFatimid CaliphateRashidun Caliphate

Question 3: After Alexander's death, Phoenicia first came under Ptolemaic rule from Egypt, then, after the Battle of Panium, under the Seleucids based in modern ________.

Question 4: Calliope and the seven wise men mosaic: ________, 3rd century A.D.
LebanonBaalbekTyre, LebanonLebanese Armed Forces

Question 5: The collection continued to grow under the direction of Mir Maurice Chehab, head curator for 33 years,[8][9] until the start of the ________ in 1975.
2006 Lebanon War1982 Lebanon WarHezbollahLebanese Civil War

Question 6: The Hellenistic period (333 B.C.- 64 B.C.) In 333 B.C., the decisive victory won by ________ over the Persian king Darius III opened Phoenicia to the Greek conqueror.
Ptolemaic KingdomMacedonia (ancient kingdom)Alexander the GreatSeleucid Empire

Question 7: Georges Contenau at Saida and Ernest Renan at Saida, Tyre[4] and ________.

Question 8: In 64 B.C., the military expedition of the Roman general ________ put an end to the anarchy prevailing in the Seleucid Empire, and Phoenicia became part of the Roman world.
Alexander the GreatJulius CaesarLucius Cornelius SullaPompey

Question 9: Lebanon was directly affected by the various dynastic changes which brought to power successively the Umayyads, ________, Fatimids, Seljuks, Ayyubids and Mamluks.
Neo-Assyrian EmpireAbbasid CaliphateAkkadian EmpireIslamic Golden Age

Question 10: [23] The museum displays follow a chronological circuit beginning in ________ and ending in the Ottoman era.
Stone AgePrehistoryEarly modern periodAncient history


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