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1

The palace of Knossos was built by the

Minoans

2

The Macedonian king who conquered almost all of Greece before he was assassinated was

Philip II

3

The term _____ means "rule by the many or the common people."

democracy

4

Who was the king of all the Greek gods?

Zeus

5

The Babylonian king who built the "hanging gardens" to console his homesick wife was

Nebuchadnezzar

6

To whom did the Southern Kingdom of Israel fall?

Chaldeans

7

Who was the first human king of Israel?

Saul

8

A government ruled by God Himself is called a

theocracy

9

How did the Greeks display their humanism?

1. through their philosophical teaching that man must look to himself to provide the answers to life
2. by creating many false gods that were little more than glorified human beings
3. by emphasizing the beauty of man and his abilities over the Creator of man

10

What prophet warned the city of Nineveh of God's coming judgment?

Jonah

11

T or F. The city of Tyre was a HITTITE city.

false - Pheonician

12

T or F. Ashurbanipal was the last great ASSYRIAN king.

true

13

T or F. The Peloponnesian League was controlled by the city of SPARTA.

true

14

T or F. the Battle of Salamis was a VICTORY for the Persians.

false - defeat

15

T or F. Joshua led the children of Israel into Canaan by crossing the JORDAN RIVER on dry ground.

true

16

T or F. JONAH interpreted Nebuchadnezzar's dream concerning prophetic empires.

false - Daniel

17

T or F. Alexander the Great was tutored by ARISTOTLE, a famous Greek philosopher.

true

18

T or F. The Jews were allowed to return to their homeland by the decree of BELSHAZZAR, king of Persia.

false - Cyrus

19

T or F. LEONIDAS led the brave Spartans at the Battle of Thermopylae.

true

20

T or F. The Hittites were aided in battle by strong weapons made of COPPER.

false - iron

21

philosopher who wrote the dialogues

Plato

22

went insane and lived like an animal for seven years

Nebuchadnezzar

23

pushed Israel to its greatest extent

David

24

goddess of wisdom

Athena

25

young Greek conqueror

Alexander

26

ancestor of the Greeks

Javan

27

great Athenian statesman

Pericles

28

built the Royal Road

Darius

29

collected a library of 100,000 clay cuneiform tablets

Ashurbanipal

30

godly adviser to many kings

Daniel

31

The Greek credited with creating the Iliad and the Odyssey

Homer

32

The Southern Kingdom of Israel became known as

Judah

33

Greek tribes and villages united to form a _____, or city-state.

polis

34

What did Solomon ask for to help him rule his kingdom?

wisdom

35

Which of Israel's neighbors was a sea-trading people?

Phoenicians

36

Compare Israel's theocracy to at least two other forms of human government. Which is the best form? Why?
Will there ever be a true theocracy on Earth before Jesus' return?

Israel's theocracy was a government ruled by God Himself. Other forms of government include democracy (rule by the many or common people), oligarchy (rule by the few rich), monarchy (rule by one), and tyranny (a bad form of one-man rule). The best form is theocracy, because there can be no ruler more just, more loving, and more protecting than God Himself.
No.

37

learn the following on the map on page 31 of your atlas.
learn others for extra credit

Egypt, Israel, Red Sea, Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Persian Gulf, Lebanon, Jordan

38

learn the following on the map on page 41 of your atlas. Learn extras for extra credit

Athens, Crete, Macedonia, Mount Olympus, Ionian Sea