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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why is freedom not practical for a slave during this period?
(a) The slave master would not have an adequate amount of workers.
(b) He would have family with which to stay.
(c) He is not intelligent.
(d) He does not have a place to go.

2. Where are these elements first expressed?
(a) In the funeral oration of Pericles.
(b) In the wedding oration of Perna.
(c) In the feast of Zeus.
(d) In the worship of Athena.

3. What school of thought is one of moral introspection, postulating that the soul is trapped inside the body during life and is freed when the body dies.
(a) The Socratic method.
(b) Stoicism.
(c) Epicureanism
(d) Cynicism.

4. With _____________ freedom, the individual is not dominated by another human.
(a) Social.
(b) Sovereignal.
(c) Formal.
(d) Personal.

5. 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.

6. On what is Athens now completely dependent?
(a) Food made from grain.
(b) Grain-based economies.
(c) Grain imports.
(d) Grain exports.

7. Who destroys the Athenians system of democracy in 322 B.C.?
(a) The Mongols.
(b) The Turks.
(c) The Macedonians.
(d) The Persians.

8. What does the slave want?
(a) To be given the necessities of survival.
(b) To be loved.
(c) To be given work.
(d) To be free and an equal member of society.

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

10. What are palatine centralism, decentralized tribalism, rudimentary state formation and aristocratic resurgence?
(a) Four city-states.
(b) Four Grecian rules.
(c) Four designated periods of interest.
(d) Four villages.

11. A social reaction between slave, slaveholder and society must take place in order for what to happen?
(a) Various social classes to exist.
(b) Freedom to develop as a value.
(c) A person to be enslaved.
(d) Inequality to exist.

12. Who are the Sophists?
(a) One of the groups that conflicts with the intellectuals.
(b) The followers of an intellectual named Sophie.
(c) One of the groups of intellectuals that influence Roman thought.
(d) One of the groups of intellectuals that influence Greek thought and values.

13. How does agricultural production shift?
(a) Toward grain.
(b) Somewhat away from grain.
(c) Completely to grain.
(d) Completely away from grain.

14. Among the Tupinamba, why does the slave exist?
(a) To provide an income for the slave master.
(b) For protecting the slave master's family.
(c) For the honor and dignity of the slave master.
(d) To be a family member for the slave master.

15. In what revolution does a large slave population exist to serve the aristocracy and non-farm population?
(a) A political revolution.
(b) An economic revolution.
(c) A social revolution.
(d) A freedom revolution.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who did the women confined to home have for company?

2. How do these slaves from the mines and those in the urban sector provide for the Athenians?

3. The years of the Peloponnesian War bring what to Athens and Greece?

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

5. Between what freedoms do they distinguish?

(see the answer keys)

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