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What was the cause of the peloponnesian War ? A.Greeks sought revenge for the Persian Wars. B.Sparta wanted control of the powerful Ahenian army. C.A spartan murdered the Athenian ruler Pericles. D.Many Greeks outside of Athens resented Athenian domination My answer is B ?
April 16, 2012 by ciara
What was the cause of the peloponnesian war? A. Greeks sought revenge for the persian wars. B. Sparta wanted control of the powerful athenian army. C. A spartan murdered the athenian ruler pericles. D. Many greeks outside of athens resented athenian domination. I got C.
October 9, 2011 by ciara's sister
THe Greeks came first. so write something on how the romans took ideas from the greeks. example: the Romans borrowed_____________(these ideas) from the Greeks. then your main paragraphs can be on what they borrowed, the purpose, influence, and whatever else you think of.
June 28, 2007 by Summer
What was the cause of the peloponnesian war? A. Greeks sought revenge for the persian wars B. Sparta wanted control of the powerful athneian army C. Many greeks outside of athens resented athenian domination I got B. Around 700 B.C Athenians became unhappy with their form of ...
January 14, 2012 by sarah
What effect did the conflict between Athens and Sparta have on ancient Greek civilization? A)It made the Greeks vulnerable to conquest by Troy. B)It strengthened democratic rule within Athens and other city-states. C)It led to a tenuous alliance between some Greeks and ancient...
October 5, 2016 by mic
early american history
How did capitalism, agriculture, and industrialization contributed to economic development, regional specialization, and social reforms in early american history?
July 3, 2010 by Jo
World history; Check:P
I can't seem to understand what this question is asking, but I have tried to answer it. Can someone check it please? :) Why were the epics of importance to the Greeks of the Dorian period? Answer: The Dorians were far less advanced than the Mycenaeans. The economy collapsed ...
February 11, 2013 by Unknown
How did human history in North America during the period described in the prologue differ from the events of Asia, Eurasia, and Europe? How were these differences important to the international state of affairs in 1450 How was North American history described in the prologue? ...
June 14, 2007 by Sam
What was the cause of the peloponnesian war ? A. Greeks sought revenge for the persian wars B. Sparta wanted control of the powerful athenian army C. A spartan murdered the athenian ruler pericles D. Many Greeks outside of athens resented athenian domination I got C. What is ...
January 9, 2012 by sarah
Art please help!
1. Why was it so important for the Greeks to honor and represent the gods and their currency? a- the greeks enjoyed the stories of the gods. b- the greeks were inspired by the beauty of the gods. c- the greeks lived in constant fear of the gods. d- the greeks believed the gods...
May 18, 2015 by Anonymous
What distinguished the first centuries od Islamic history from the early history of Christianity and Buddhism? What simialrities and differences characterized their religious outlooks?
October 4, 2010 by kelsey
The Socialist party a.) stood at its pinnacle in the early 1900's. b.) elected 33 candidates as mayor in the early 1900's. c.) elected two socialists to Congress in the early 1900's. d.) All of the above. I say it is d.) all of the above, am I right?
February 15, 2012 by Nick
True or False. (If false correct it) The ancient Greeks were interested in philosophy, not nature,so they did little to advance scientific knowledge. Please help! Thank you :)
May 24, 2013 by Sarah
Between 750 B.C. and 550 B.C., what areas did Greeks colonize? In reading my text this is my answer-- The coasts of Italy, France, Spain, North Africa, and western Asia. Is this correct?
November 3, 2010 by Reed
Which group is most associated with the fall of the Western Roman empire? Was it Carthaginians, Gauls, Huns, or the Greeks?? I thought it was Egypt or Visigoths but my answer came back as wrong :(
October 1, 2013 by JJ
can someone help me with a website or reference on creating a timeline tracking the major themes/paragism shifts in american history from the developement of sectionalism in the early 1800's throught the end of the prgressive era in the early 1900's
March 21, 2010 by Dellaine
i have to write an english paper, but its a history-ish paper. The prompt says:"Research the style of fighting and combat from the Ancient Greeks and Romans in comparison with today. Include information about any of the following: training, weaponry, tactics, and psychological...
November 5, 2009 by marcie
why are the early groups of Native Americans called prehistoric? They are called prehistoric because the early groups of Native Americans didn't have a written language. History is written -- so anything that happens that is before the use of writing is prehistoric (before ...
April 9, 2007 by Daniel
How did Early Human history in North America differ from the events of Asia, Eurasia, and Europe? AND How were these differences important to the international state of affairs in 1450?
March 4, 2010 by christopher
I need help doing my introduction paragraph for my essay Describe the effects of the growth of Protestantism, and its development on: a)Settlement patterns in america b)the development of early american society c) the development of early American politics/government
September 23, 2012 by Megan
Art History, college
Q:In which era did icons develop importance? A: I believe icons developed importance in the early 3rd century due to icons being associated with the early Byzantine and Eastern Orthodox Churches.
December 6, 2016 by Alex
1. What was unusual about the people who made up the population of St. Augustine, Florida, in the early 1800s? A. Most people who settled in St. Augustine in the early 1800s were Cubans who were escaping from an autocratic government. B. Seminole raiders and slaves who had ...
March 23, 2015 by Oscar
1. Can I go home a little early? 2. Can I go home kind of early? 3. Can I go home rather early? 4. Can I go home somewhat early? ========== Are they all the same? Which ones are commonly used?
December 7, 2015 by rfvv
1. She didn't need to leave early. 2. She didn't have to leave early. 3. She needed not to leave early. 4. She had not to leave early. --------------------------- Are they all the same and grammatical? Do you use #4 often?
December 11, 2016 by rfvv
I need help on how people influenced us. I am doing some history homework about the great depression (late 1920's through early 1940's) and I need some future connections like how did Duke Ellington influence us today? Or Walt Disney influence us today...ect. I can't find ...
February 20, 2013 by Sam
What was the cause of the peloponnesian war ? A.greeks sought revenge for the persian wars B.Sparta wanted control of the powerful athenian army C.A spartan murdered the athernian ruler pericles D.Many grees outside of athens resented athenian domination. My answer is D ?
April 9, 2012 by ciara
1)The Greeks openly accepted all groups of people into their "total democracy. 2)The Greeks were the first to refer to one of their democratic bodies as a "Senate. 3) From the Middle Ages, people further developed the democratic ideal of equality along with idea that the ...
June 8, 2012 by Booker Perry
Explain how scientists use evidence to interpret history Explain the features of early civilizations Identify the effects of the Neolithic Revolution on humanity
September 20, 2016 by Student
Explain how scientists use evidence to interpret history Explain the features of early civilizations Identify the effects of Neolithic Revolution on humanity thanks in advance
September 21, 2016 by Student
1. Early Greeks lived by a. fishing b. trade c. herding goats and sheep d. all of the above **** 2. Who could be citizens of Greek city-states? a. native born men and women **** b. free, native born, land-owning men c. land-owning women d. foreign-born men (Thank you for ...
January 20, 2017 by Sydney
During which time period were artists keenly interested in using the golden ratio in their paintings? A.Baroque Period B.Oriental Period C.Futuristic Period D.Renaissance Period When the Greeks built the Parthenon its dimensions nearly matched the golden ratio which is the ...
March 2, 2015 by Anon
I am a freshman in a very intense AP World History Class. Anyways, our teacher rescheduled an essay to tomorrow instead of Monday, and we had 2 days to study for it, today included. There could be three possible topics, and two weren't clearly defined and we haven't studied ...
November 1, 2007 by Walker
How did Alexander Hamilton significantly impact the early history of the American republic as a reult of his political principles and philosophy which impacted the American political traditions?
October 15, 2008 by sally
During which time period were artists keenly interested in using the golden ratio in their paintings? A.Baroque Period B.Oriental Period C.Futuristic Period D.Renaissance Period •• When the Greeks built the Parthenon its dimensions nearly matched the golden ratio which is ...
February 11, 2016 by Kiana
I am supposed to be getting acquainted with a person named Fernand Braudel. All I know at this early stage is that he must be a historian or a theorist of significance to the doing of history. It would really make my day if some individual here could give me a push in the ...
March 17, 2009 by Xavier
Why were the imperialists interested in Jamaica in the 19th or early 20th centuries? Which imperialist country exerted the greatest influence on the areas? How did it exert that influence? If you can answer these questions, help me with my research project, and/or lead me to a...
May 15, 2011 by Jalisa
Nothing specific just in general early America Where did the people of Early America find connections. Please answer back as soon as possible. With native americans. With traders. With other early compatiots.
September 18, 2006 by john
I need to put these history dates in Chronological order to fill out a history chart on Buddhism. I am not sure the correct order and don't want to get the whole chart wrong. Please help. 5th century B.C.E. 350 C.E. 500 C.E. 819 C.E. Early 9th century C.E. 845 C.E. What is the...
November 20, 2011 by Allura
Compare and Contrast American Expansion in the late 1800's with the expansion in the 1900's. (How the expansion efforts were the same and how they were different.) During the expansion of the late 1800's and early 1900's shared similarities in that the Americans believed that ...
June 10, 2016 by Sue