Many cities founders of Greek urban life spread throughout the empire
B marriages between Greek and Asian support
C destroy all conquered cities to erase not Greek culture
A Persian soldiers recruited as part of a new combined army
24. Alexander returned from his search for the end of the world known for
A Macedonian troops refused to continue.
B thought that the land stretched forever.
C was defeated by the kings of northern India.
D is warned not to go beyond his father Zeus.
Ptolemaic rulers of Egypt 26.Los
To maintain the rule of Alexander intact.
B held its official mission in Greek, while allowing traditional Egyptian culture to continue.
C suppressed the Egyptian culture, which Egyptian civilization to an end.
D extended their empire southward into Ethiopia.
28.During the Hellenistic period women
A were kidnapped increasingly cultural, political and economic.
B is enfranchised and voting in most realms.
C were allowed free access to the economic and cultural professions.
D won the right to broadcast their names and heritage to their children.
29. The Maccabees led a Jewish revolt against Antiochus IV because
One wanted to move all the Jews of Egypt to establish a Jewish state there.
B converted to Judaism and was determined to be appointed high priest.
C orbade Jews trade with the Ptolemaic kingdom.
D tried helenizar Jews and violated the temple with an altar to Zeus.
30. Although they differ in approaches to life, the Hellenistic philosophies of Stoicism, Epicureanism, cynicism and had many things in common. Which of the following is not shared by them?
A argued for a kind of retirement life of the cosmopolitan cities.
B rarely appeal to the really needy.
C argued for greater participation in the life of the polis.
D They emphasized self control and peace of mind.
31. The Roman Republic established in 509 B.C.E. was
A fully democratic government.
B controlled by an oligarchy of wealthy patricians.
C a socialist regime with property being distributed equitably.
A neighbor indirectly controlled by Etruscan kings
33.The Romans created a united community during his conquest of Italy by
A full or partial grant citizenship to the diverse Latino communities.
B grant autonomy to the people, always supplying troops to Rome and Roman foreign policy followed.
C placing strategic colonies of Roman citizens along the peninsula.
D All of these choices are correct.
34. Roman religion was
B polytheistic gods and goddesses for virtually everything.
C restricted only to the worship of Jupiter and Juno.
D a mystery cult open only to those who had been initiated into the secret ritual.
35. To fight a war with Carthage, the Romans
A new legions added to faster horses and spears.
B is building a marina with boats equipped soldiers allowed to board enemy ships.
C allied with the Macedonians.
D hired Greek soldiers, as they had more experience at sea.
36. In the Second Punic War, Hannibal's strategy was
A blockade of the Italian coast with large Carthaginian fleet.
B invade southern Italy with the help of the Egyptian fleet.
C quickly cross the Alps into Italy and by winning some big battles, persuading people under Rome to join his side.
D attract the Romans to attack and defeat in Spain there with their carefully prepared defenses.
37. As a result of the Roman conquest of the Mediterranean, slavery
A decreased due to the increasing wealth of the Romans who could hire free workers.
B fell under the influence of the Hellenistic monarchies which prohibits slavery.
C increased as a large number of prisoners of war were sold into slavery.
D has remained the same since Italy does not need any larger workforce.
38. Which of the following is not a factor in the widening gap between the rich and the poor in the second century BC?
Some small farmers became rich booty Romans that ended in Italy.
B newly conquered provinces provided opportunities for the ruling class to make new fortunes of governing, tax contracts, slave trade, etc.
C Many common soldiers in long-term campaigns lost their land to large landowners.
D slave labor replaced free labor, reducing poverty to many citizens.
39. Which of the following reforms conducting Caesar when he took office?
A restoration of the Senate and the consuls as chief Roman authorities
B introducing a new calendar of 365 days and a leap year every four years
C improve the distribution of grain to the people, and for public works jobs
D Roman colonies established for poor and landless citizens
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