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_____ lived on the island of Crete, developed a highly skilled civilization.
Minoans
Marco Polo was an Italian explorer who served the great _____.
Kublai Khan
_____ produced the Latin Vulgate.
Jerome
_____ is the supposed king of the Greek gods.
Zeus
The Battle of Salamis was a great defeat for the _____ navy.
Persian
Who was the first emperor of a united China?
Shih Huang Ti
The empress __________ was a great influence on the law code of Jestinian's rain.
Theodora
The pantheon was a ______ temple and an excellent example of classical architecture.
Roman
Was the first tyrant of Athens
Peisistratus
China's longest ruling dynasty
Chou
Rule by the many or the common people
Democracy
Underground tunnels
Catacombs
Criminal forced to fight in public show
Gladiator
Hindu belief in "life after death"
Reincarnation
Hilltop fortress
Acropolis
Defender of the faith
Apologist
Rule by few
Oligarchy
PedagogueA educated slave
PedagogueA educated slave
The common people of Rome
Plebeian
Image destoyer
Iconoclast
Greek "Father of History"
Herodotus
Spartan general
Leonidas
Defeated Antony at the Battle of Actium
Octavian
Great Athenian statesman
Pericles
Emperor of Japan
Mikado
Initiated the tenth and greatest persecution
Diocletian
Founder of the Japanese civilization
Prince Shotoku
Granted toleration to Christians with the Edict of Milan
Constantine
Brave Christian girl martyred by her faith
Blandina
Wrote City of God
Augustine
Tutored Alexander
Aristotle
Great Carthaginian general
Hannibal
Crossed the Rubicon river and became the master of Rome
Caesar
Greatest of the Byzantine rulers
Justinian
Known for his merciless law code
Draco
Cyril and Methodius were famous Byzantine _____.
Missionaries
Philip II was a ruler in ____ before conquering nearly all of Greece.
Macedonia
Marius was beaten by ________, Champion of the Senate, in Rome's first Civil War.
Sulla
The Ottoman Turks were ____ in their effort to conquer Byzantium.
Successful
Hippocrates was a Greek _______.
Physician
By A.D. ___ the New Testament had been completed.
100
What was the Pax Romana?
Period of peace and prosperity
The first major naval battle in history was ____.
Battle of Salamis
Famous Greek hero in Homer's works.
Achilles
Was NOT a famous pharaoh of Egypt
Aksum
Hebrew name for the "Anointed One".
Messiah
Wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey?
Homer
What great ruler United the Medes and Persians to begin the Persian empire?
Cyrus
"Rule by the Best"
Aristocracy
What is the name of the strict social class system in India?
Caste system
Name the magnificent cathedral built by Justinian.
Hagia Sophia
What were the wars between Rome and Carthage called?
Punic
What Roman emperor began the first great persecution of the Christians?
Nero
What type of Greek was the New Testament written?
KoineIn
What was Sumerian writing called?
Cuneiform
Why was Arianism such a threat to the early church?
Arianism denied the deity of Jesus Christ, thereby denying his Holiness and redemptive work.
Why was it wrong for Theodosius to make Christianity the only legal religion in the empire?





A. God's church does not need Roman law to aid its growth, as evidence the persecutions.




B. To force someone to make a confession of Christianity does nothing for their relationship with God.




C. It brings unregenerate paga thinking into the chuch as many join the church because it is the legal thing to do.




D. All the above

D. All the above
What is true regarding Roman persecution of the Christians?
The testimony of those persecuted and martyred spurred many others to become Christians themselves.
What is the difference between a direct democracy and a representative democracy?
Representative democracy allows voting

citizens to elect people to rule for them.

What church is known for its use of Greek liturgy?
Eastern Orthodox
Was NOT a name for the city called the New Rome.
Persepolis
Mt. _____ erupted, burying Herculaneum and Pompeii in volcanic ash.
Vesuvius
Old Babylonian rulerWho was _____.
Hammurabi
On March 15, 44 B.C, ____ was murdered by a group of Roman senators.
Julius Caesar
What African empire was founded by Mansa Musa?
Mali