Chapter 5 Assessment World History


1.fresco- watercolor paintings done on wet plaster.

2.strait- narrow water passages.

3.aristocracy- rule by a landholding elite.

4.tyrant- people who gained power by force.

5.alliance- a formal aggreement between two nations or powers. democracy- Citizens participate in goverment indirectly

through elected representatives.

7.jury- panel of people who have the authority to make the final


8.logic- rational thinking.

9.tragedy- plays that told stories of human suffering and usually

ended in disaster.

10.assimilate- absorbed


11.Two poems writen by Homer.

12.Mountians divide the peninslia in to islated vallies.


(a)Spartan women are expected to produce healthy sons for the

army and to exercise and streathen there bodies.

Atheninan women lived in schuled existance and managed the


(b)Women where no longer restricted to there homes and women

learned to read and write.

14.Alexander the great won his first victory against the

Persians. In 331 B.C he took Babylon and seced the other Persian


15.Posing a series of questions to his students and chalenging

them exam the emplications of there answers.

16.Greeek, Persian, Egyptian, and Indian cultures blend in to

create the Hellenistic civliation.

Critical Thinking

17.Greeks built city states cut off from one another by mountians

or water. The greeks became skilled sailers. The greeks explanded

over seas.


(a)Athens move slowly towards demorcracy. The outlaw debt

slavary and grant citzenship to some foreigners.

(b)Yes, because if the individual is to be treated equaliy then

it has to be a democracy.


(a)The economy revived and the culture stayed however, the spirt

vitality declined and the battle still continued.

(b)Because they where still conquerd after the war.


(a)In both Sparta and in The Republic they had a need for

specialized military trained.

(b)In Sparta the citizens help make dissions and in The Republic

they are contolled by the goverment.


(a)He came up with a Oath to set standards.

(b)To help someone or not based on there abilty to pay.