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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What kind of freedom is this, on a national level?
(a) Community.
(b) Sovereignal.
(c) Personal.
(d) Civic.

2. How does the ruling class find the majority of the population becoming?
(a) Politically independent of it.
(b) Economically and socially dependent on it.
(c) Economically and socially independent of it.
(d) Politically dependent on it.

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

4. The social value of freedom exists by the end of what century?
(a) The fourth.
(b) The sixth.
(c) The seventh.
(d) The fifth.

5. The financial welfare of the slaveholder is now becoming dependent on what?
(a) The social class of the slave.
(b) The intelligence of the slave.
(c) The physical attributes of the slave.
(d) The productivity of the slave.

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

7. How are the living conditions of many Athenian women?
(a) Rather eventful.
(b) Rather harsh.
(c) Rather boring.
(d) Rather lavish.

8. The concern with personal freedom basically results from whom?
(a) Male landowners of the period.
(b) Female landowners of the period.
(c) Female slaves of the period.
(d) Male slaves of the period.

9. Preoccupation with freedom is predominately a _____________ concept.
(a) Eastern.
(b) Northern.
(c) Southern.
(d) Western.

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

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

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

13. How does Greek drama, especially tragedy, credit women?
(a) With being responsible for guiding their men along the correct path.
(b) With being responsible for feeding the Greek population.
(c) With being responsible for building up the Greek population.
(d) With being responsible for developing the social consciousness of concern for personal freedom and independence.

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

15. 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) Stoicism.
(b) Cynicism.
(c) Epicureanism
(d) The Socratic method.

Short Answer Questions

1. With what is freedom equated?

2. For what do the slaves yearn?

3. What does this chapter examine?

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

5. What are the three elements of freedom called?

(see the answer keys)

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