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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the end of the war in 230 B.C., Athens establishes what, that brings their imperialism to an end?
2. Society's economic infrastructure consists of what, in addition to larger landholder farms?
3. The imperialistic quest of the Athenians is now directed at whom?
4. With what is freedom equated?
5. The years of the Peloponnesian War bring what to Athens and Greece?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Peloponnesian War do to Athens and Greece?
2. What does Plato say about the soul?
3. What is the importance of the significance on the development of freedom as a social value?
4. Describe the Oedipus trilogy of Sophocles in relation to freedom.
5. How does Patterson, again, use Greek drama to examine the role of women?
6. What does the effect of the Peloponnesian War on Athens and Greece affect slavery?
7. What is a third revolution?
8. What are the schools of thought among Hellenistic thinkers?
9. What are Patterson's three components of freedom?
10. Why are foreign slaves brought into the country?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The living conditions of many Athenian women are harsh.
Part 1) Describe these living conditions. Why are they harsh?
Part 2) What is the connection between their conditions and slavery?
Part 3) What is surprising about the women who have the harshest of living conditions? Why this surprising?
Essay Topic 2
Augustus sets the pace for the interpretations of freedom that will define the European chordal triad for the next 1,500 years.
Part 1) Who is Augustus? How does he set the pace?
Part 2) Why is he so influential? What power does he have over the region?
Part 3) How does Augustus change his persona for his people? Why does he do this?
Essay Topic 3
As Europe emerges from the Middle Ages, there are similarities and, yet, conflicts between church and state.
Part 1) What are the similarities bet church and state? Why are the church and state in conflict?
Part 2) How is this conflict settled? How effective is this? Explain.
Part 3) How has conflict continued into modern times? How is this conflict handled today? Why is it handled this way?
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