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Question 1: The marble quarrying had a parallel history with the mining activity of the ________ period.
Western Roman EmpireByzantine IconoclasmRoman EmpireByzantine Empire

Question 2: In 411 BC, at the time of the oligarchical revolution at Athens, Thasos again revolted from Athens and received a Lacedaemonian governor; but in 407 BC the partisans of Lacedaemon were expelled, and the Athenians under ________ were admitted.
AlcibiadesTheramenesPericlesThrasybulus

Question 3: Thasos was part of the Eastern Roman Empire, later known as ________.
Western Roman EmpireByzantine IconoclasmCrusadesByzantine Empire

Question 4: Thasos island is located in the northern Aegean sea approximately 7 km from the mainland and 20 km south-east of ________.
ThessalonikiKavalaAlexandroupoliAthens

Question 5: [4] The temple still existed in the time of ________.
Alexander the GreatHerodotusGreco-Persian WarsAncient Greece

Question 6: The ________ affected the island in the form of skirmishes and Communist guerilla attacks until 1950, almost a year after the main hostilities were over on the mainland.
Eastern BlocGreek Civil WarJoseph StalinJosip Broz Tito

Question 7: Thasos was important during the ________ against Persia.
Histories (Herodotus)Ionian RevoltGreco-Persian WarsMiletus

Question 8: After the capture of ________ (494 BC) Histiaeus, the Ionian leader, laid siege.
PergamonMiletusTroyEphesus

Question 9: It had the status of a sanjak in the vilayet of Salonici until the ________.
Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878)Balkan WarsItalo-Turkish WarFirst Balkan War

Question 10: Thasos or Thassos (Greek: Θάσος, Turkish: Taşoz) is a Greek island in the northern ________, close to the coast of Thrace and the plain of the river Nestos but geographically part of Macedonia.
AeginaAegean civilizationsSamos IslandAegean Sea







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