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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is not entirely correct regarding freedom and slavery?
(a) Defining them purely in terms of personal status.
(b) Defining them purely in terms of legal status.
(c) Defining them purely in terms of social status.
(d) Defining them without terms of legal status.

2. Who either fear being captured and made into slaves, or are already slaves and want release?
(a) Children.
(b) Women.
(c) Non-Greeks.
(d) Men.

3. What are the three elements of freedom called?
(a) The Cord thrice.
(b) The Corpus triad.
(c) The Chordal triad.
(d) The Choral trio.

4. For what do the slaves yearn?
(a) Education.
(b) Love and compassion.
(c) Freedom and escape from bondage.
(d) Food and shelter.

5. What is an example of a social reform for the abolishment of debt, debt bondage and enslavement for debt?
(a) Solon's seisochtheia.
(b) Solon's seize.
(c) Solomon's seize.
(d) Solomon's seisochtheia.

6. With what is freedom equated?
(a) Indepence and solitude.
(b) Dependency and self-sufficiency.
(c) Independence and self-sufficiency.
(d) Solitude and self-sufficiency.

7. What happens to these former slaves that become successful and prosperous?
(a) They become disrespectful and out of control.
(b) They cause resentment among the still-oppressed slaves.
(c) They are abused by the aristocracy and the still-oppressed slaves.
(d) They miss their old lives.

8. Who does the slave in this culture have?
(a) His friends.
(b) His mother.
(c) His family.
(d) The slave master.

9. Who did the women confined to home have for company?
(a) Friends.
(b) Their children.
(c) Slaves.
(d) Relatives.

10. To what does this expose the Greeks?
(a) The opulent lifestyle of the Persians.
(b) The opulent lifestyle of the Saxons.
(c) The opulent lifestyle of the Romans.
(d) The opulent lifestyle of the Franks.

11. How does Greek society hold women?
(a) Not at all.
(b) Very highly.
(c) Somewhat highly.
(d) Not very highly.

12. Upon what form of freedom do intellectuals frown?
(a) The warm view.
(b) The rigid view.
(c) The outer or external view.
(d) The civic view.

13. Which of the following statements describes the new class that arises?
(a) It is not dependent on the aristocracy.
(b) It is a new aristocracy.
(c) It is dependent on the aristocracy.
(d) It is more powerful than the aristocracy.

14. What happens to debtors at this time?
(a) They are hanged.
(b) They are exiled.
(c) They are sold into slavery.
(d) They are protected.

15. For whom are the plays?
(a) The upper class.
(b) Male audiences.
(c) Female audiences.
(d) The lower class.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who are the Sophists?

2. How does Greek drama, especially tragedy, credit women?

3. Which of Aeschylus' plays does he cite?

4. In earlier cultures, what was ultimately done with the captive slave?

5. The imperialistic quest of the Athenians is now directed at whom?

(see the answer keys)

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