Sparta: Quiz

  
  
  
  

Question 1: Others in the state were the perioikoi, who were free inhabitants of Spartan territory but were non-citizens, and the ________,[30] the state-owned serfs.
HelotsAncient Greek cuisineDoriansHomer

Question 2:
Where does Sparta come from?
Middle East , Greece , Turkey , Bulgaria
Germany, Denmark, Norway, Greece and Iceland
Greece, Cyprus
Greece

Question 3: Helots did not have voting rights, although compared to non-Greek ________ in other parts of Greece they were relatively privileged.
AntisemitismUniversal suffrageRacismSlavery

Question 4: [8] They fought against the ________ Dorians to the east and southeast, and also the Arcadian Achaeans to the northwest.
Myloi, ArgolisErmioniNafplionArgos

Question 5: Given its military pre-eminence, Sparta was recognized as the overall leader of the combined Greek forces during the ________.
Ancient Greek warfareAncient GreeceGreco-Persian WarsAlexander the Great

Question 6:
What era did Sparta belong to?
Imperialism
Classical Antiquity
Interwar Period
Ancient History

Question 7: [46] Although Perioikoic hoplites occasionally served with the Spartan army, notably at the ________, the most important function of the Peroikoi was almost certainly the manufacture and repair of armour and weapons.
Battle of MycaleGreco-Persian WarsBattle of PlataeaSecond Persian invasion of Greece

Question 8: By the end of the 5th century BC it stood out as a state which had defeated the ________ and had invaded the Persian provinces in Anatolia, a period which marks the Spartan Hegemony.
Alexander the GreatPtolemaic KingdomDelian LeagueAchaemenid Empire

Question 9:
What region does Sparta belong to?
Eastern Mediterranean Sea
Arab Mediterranean
Mediterranean
eastern Mediterranean

Question 10: With the revival of classical learning in Renaissance Europe, Laconophilia re-appears, for examples in the writings of ________.
The PrinceDiscourses on LivyNiccolò MachiavelliItaly
















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