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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did the Spartans do with Polydamas after they handled his request?
(a) They ridiculed him.
(b) They complimented him.
(c) They asked him to join their army.
(d) They sent him away.
2. In Chapter 5, how much of the text is dedicated to the military alliances and balancing of power within them?
(a) Half of the text.
(b) Only a small portion of the text.
(c) Most of the text.
(d) None of the text.
3. Which one of the following was included in Polydams's speech about what he valued in a soldier?
(a) Durability under hardships.
(c) Intelligence under pressure.
4. What aspect of the Spartan culture was the subject of ridicule?
(a) Their military.
(b) Their male culture.
(c) Their female culture.
(d) Their politics.
5. Where were the first Athenian-Spartan forces sent?
6. Whom were the Spartans feuding with in the beginning of the sixth chapter of Book 2?
7. What was one main concern about Procles' proposal?
(a) Both the Spartans and the Athenians would have too much control.
(b) The Spartans would have more control than the Athenians would.
(c) Neither the Spartans nor the Athenians would have any control.
(d) The Athenians would have more control than the Spartans.
8. What name was given to the treaty for peace between the Greek cities?
(a) The King's Peace.
(b) The Peace of the King.
(c) The King's Treaty for Peace.
(d) The King's Peaceful Treaty.
9. As depicted in Book 2, Chapter 5, what can the actions of one leader affect?
(a) A particular law.
(b) An entire city.
(c) An entire country.
(d) Another leader.
10. In the adviser's opinion, what social class should the woman be?
(a) Below the class of the man she marries.
(b) Above the class of the man she marries.
(c) Her class is irrelevant.
(d) Similar to the class of the man she marries.
11. Which years did the events in Book 2, Chapter 5 take place?
(a) 387-385 B.C.
(b) 386-382 B.C.
(c) 389-386 B.C.
(d) 384-380 B.C.
12. Based on Xenophon's explanation, what happened after the raid?
(a) Two cities surrendered.
(c) A civil war began.
(d) Counter measures were prepared.
13. How many total chapters are included in the book?
14. What other city's founding is not included by Xenophon, as pointed out by the editor?
15. What did the people of Phocis claim they would do if Sparta did not help them?
(a) Give in to their enemy's demands.
(b) Join forces with Sparta's enemy.
(c) Move from the city.
(d) Attack their enemy alone.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which subdivision of Greece was raided as a result of a leader's invitation?
2. What was the purpose of the massacre?
3. Besides augury, which one of the following was another feature of Ancient Greek religion?
4. According to Polydamas, what must soldiers develop a taste for?
5. Where was the peace conference held at the end of the book?
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