1. World History Answer Check

    1. Explain how the Code of Hammurabi influences politcal thought. A: The Code of Hammurabi influenced political thought because it was the first written code of law ever created. It was a very effective way to keep order and prevent conflict and was thus

    asked by Victoria on September 9, 2014
  2. History

    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

    asked by mic on October 5, 2016
  3. Social Studies

    1. How were the Greeks able to defeat the Persians? A. The Persian army and navy were too weak to win. B. The Spartans fought alone without the help of Athens. C. Sparta and Athens came together to defeat the Persians. D. Athens fought alone without the

    asked by Rosie Lisette on September 19, 2018
  4. Social Studies

    Why did democracy develop during the Roman Republic? Members of lower social classes began to demand representation in government. Romans wanted to prevent one leader from gaining too much power. Romans wanted to model their system of government after

    asked by Sam on March 7, 2016
  5. Social Studies

    Which of the following statements best explains why direct democracy worked in ancient Athens? A. The council controlled the work of the assembly. B. People were paid to take part in government. C. The city-state's population of citizens was small. D. Free

    asked by BannanaGRL on October 31, 2018
  6. Social Studies

    I need help asap! Read the quote about women in Roman society. “The position of the Roman matron was quite different from that of the Greek matron in the time of Pericles. The Roman matron was mistress in her own household. As the husband took charge of

    asked by A.normal.tree on December 13, 2018
  7. Social Studies

    In Athens the system of government became a direct democracy, in which the people participated directly in government. In the Roman republic, citizens participated in government A.in the identical way B.through meetings held in the marketplace C.by taking

    asked by lovelife3 on April 14, 2016
  8. Ancient Greece

    Which was the most important effect of the Peloponnesian War? A. Other nations were intimidated by the Greeks. B. Other nations saw Greece's lack of unification as weak. C. Athens and Sparta were able to prosper as separate city-states. D. Athens continued

    asked by Sliverstream on February 18, 2019
  9. Social Studies

    Please check my answers and let me know. THANK YOU!! 2. Which describes monarchy? A. rule by religious authorities B. rule by a small group C. rule by the people D. rule by a king or queen** 3.Which describes anarchy? A. rule by a small group** B. rule by

    asked by SKI on January 27, 2015
  10. Social studies

    Which illustrates an important difference in the values of Sparta and Athens? A. Sparta valued innovation and change while Athens valued conserving what already existed. B. Sparta preferred a culture that was free while Athens preferred a culture where

    asked by Guise on February 7, 2019
  11. Social studies

    3.The magna carta was the first step toward England's? A. large cities B. war with france C. merchant guilds D. more democratic government (MY ANSWER) 4.athens permitted citizens to take part directly in the day-to-day affairs of goverment and became the

    asked by LOVE on March 28, 2016
  12. World history; Check:P

    What contributions did Solon and Cleisthenes make to the development of Athenian democracy?Solon let all Athenian citizens participate in the Assembly and Cleisthenes created the Council of Five Hundred. What steps did Pericles take to strengthen democracy

    asked by Unknown on February 11, 2013
  13. History

    Why did direct democracy work in Athens?

    asked by Skyler on October 9, 2018
  14. World History

    How and in what ways did Athens’ growing dependence on its navy in the years following the Persian Wars lead to radical changes to the Athenian democracy?

    asked by Bethanie on March 19, 2018
  15. Social studies

    Which ruler was most responsible for uniting Greece and building an empire? A. Alexander the Great B. Pericles C. King Philip D. Xerxes

    asked by Paul on December 11, 2018
  16. History

    Pericles was a famous leader from ancient Athens. Pericles once said that Athens was a democracy because A. Athens was ruled by a king. B. Athens was ruled by rich people. C. Athens was ruled by many people. D. Athens was not ruled by anyone.

    asked by coolkid82 on May 14, 2020
  17. History

    what steps did Pericles take to strengthen democracy in Athens?

    asked by boi bye on December 10, 2019
  18. SS

    1. What was the Peloponnesian war? A. a conflict between Greece and Persia B. a conflict between Athens and Sparta C. a conflict between Greece and Macedonia*** D. a conflict between Macedonia and Athens 2. What is the name for a government ruled by a

    asked by 0~0 on February 14, 2019
  19. Social studies

    Why did direct democracy work in Athens? A• Athens had a large number of citizens. B• Athens had a large number of slaves.*** C• Athens allowed women to participate in government. D• Athens had a small number of citizens.

    asked by Cate on February 14, 2019
  20. world history

    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.

    asked by ciara on April 9, 2012
  21. World History

    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

    asked by ciara's sister on October 9, 2011
  22. Social Studies

    How were the Spartans able to focus on military training and fighting? A. The slaves grew their food for them. B. The women at home grew their food for them. C. The children grew food for them. D. The men grew the food when they were not fighting Which of

    asked by Rosie Lisette on September 12, 2018
  23. Literature

    lives and works of: a. two ancient and classical greek writers b. two ancient and classical roman writers a) Aristotle born 384, Stagira died 322 BC, Chalcis Greek philosopher and scientist whose thought determined the course of Western intellectual

    asked by Danielle Stacey on October 31, 2006
  24. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Which earlier civilizations practiced direct democracy? A: The ancient Athens practiced direct democracy.

    asked by Victoria on October 20, 2014
  25. Social Studies

    I need help with these definitions! Thanks!! Just some or all would be nice!! Cyrus the Great Zoroastrianism Sparta & Athens Peloponnesian War Macedon Philip of Macedon Alexander the Great Hellenism Hellenistic culture Carthage & Punic Wars Julius Caesar

    asked by Herty on December 1, 2010
  26. Government

    *= my answer 1. _____ is closely related to _____. a.)Absolutism,constitutional monarchy b.)Revolution, figurehead c.)Socialism, communism *d.)Authoritarianism, democracy 2. Popular sovereignty is _____. a.)the idea that the people are the ultimate source

    asked by Matt on June 20, 2010
  27. History

    Which group of women in ancient Greece had the most freedom? A. slave women in Sparta B. slave women in Athens C. free women in Sparta D. free women in Athens (help asap please)

    asked by person on March 19, 2019
  28. world history

    Why was the Parthenon, Theater of Dionysus, The Temple of Delphi, The Agora, and the Marble Shop important to Ancient Greeks in Athens?

    asked by Caroline on April 25, 2010
  29. Urgent! 6th Grade History School Help

    Which is true about the Athenians? a) They grew poor as a result of the Pericles' battle strategies. b) They grew rich as a result of Pericles' battle strategies. c) They grew poor as a result of the Delian League. d) They are rich as a result of the

    asked by Juliet on November 15, 2017
  30. Social Studies

    Which principle do modern democracies share with ancient Athens? A. All people deserve equal rights. B. There should be no taxation without representation.**** C. People should vote on all matters that concern them. D. People should have a voice in

    asked by I'm really stuck on this on January 8, 2019
  31. stats

    2. The modern Olympic Games are a modified revival of the Greek Olympian Games that came to be largely through the efforts of the French sportsman and educator Baron Pierre de Coubertin. The Games are an international athletic competition that has been

    asked by leah on September 30, 2016
  32. History

    Who was born in July 20, 356 B.C A Alexander the Great

    asked by Kya on October 31, 2018
  33. World History

    6. The Neolithic Revolution __________ A) was a result of systematic agriculture. *** B) is reflected in cave drawings. C) caused humans to melt metal to make tools and weapons. D) occurred when early humans established new forms of government. 7. A(n)

    asked by Anon on October 23, 2015
  34. Ancient History

    1)How did Sparta treat the Messenians? 2)What type of society did Sparta create in response to the revolt? 3)How did Athenian avoid major political Upheavels? 4)What economic and political reforms did Solon initiate? 5)What steps did Cleisthenes take to

    asked by Anonymous on October 25, 2013
  35. English

    "Athena" is an eponym and "athenian" a toponym, but is there also a "-nym" for "Athens"?

    asked by E.G. on August 28, 2010
  36. Social studies

    -Athens does not live up to Pericles ideal democracy because Athenians use of ostracism contradicts Pericles statement that all have equal participation - Athens somewhat lives up to Pericles ideal democracy because it only allowed native born, male

    asked by Nicole on November 30, 2014
  37. History (Western Civilization)

    What are the famous developments of Pericles leadership in Athens?

    asked by C.J on September 10, 2013
  38. Social Studies: Please check my answers.

    1. What was the Peloponnesian War? (1 point) a conflict between Greece and Persia

    asked by Real ANSWERS on February 20, 2019
  39. History

    In what way was the government of ancient Athens different from that of the United States? A. Athens was direct democracy in which citizens voted on laws themselves B. Athens was an oligarchy ruled by the wealthy members of the council of 5 hundred. C.

    asked by Kay on October 21, 2016
  40. Social Studies

    1. What was the Peloponnesian War? (1point) A. a conflict between Greece and Persia. B. a conflict between Athens and Sparta. C. a conflict between Greece and Macedonia. D. a conflict between Macedonia and Athens. 2. What is the name of the for a

    asked by Hi😱 on February 19, 2019
  41. World History

    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

    asked by sarah on January 9, 2012
  42. Geography

    Identify Pericles. Describe the age of Pericles

    asked by Jhoel00 on January 26, 2016
  43. Social Studies

    In ancient Athens(Greece) tribes and generals took turns at power. this is an example of what type of political system? a) dicatatorship b) monarchy c) oligarchy d) pure democracy e) representative democracy

    asked by Barbie on April 30, 2008
  44. world history

    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

    asked by ciara on April 16, 2012
  45. History

    Explain direct democracy and why it worked in Ancient Athens. Some sites would be helpful. Please 🙏and thank you! Thank you! Sliverstream

    asked by Sliverstream on March 13, 2019
  46. social studies

    Identify the following as Sparta or Athens: Valued luxure and wealth -Sparta Value athletics above all-Athens. ___________Metics were foreigners that could not own land, but could own and run business- Athens: Could someone tell if I got these right have

    asked by Johnnie on February 10, 2019
  47. Social studies 6th grade

    Identify the following as Sparta or Athens: Valued luxure and wealth Athens Value athletics above all-Sparta ___________Metics were foreigners that could not own land, but could own and run business- Sparta: Could someone tell if I got these right have

    asked by Johnnie on February 10, 2019
  48. History

    In which way was life in Athens different from life in Sparta? A. Life in Athens involved more farming, while life in Sparta involved more fishing and sailing. B. Life in Athens praised exercise and strength, while life in Sparta praised democratic

    asked by Shaka on January 29, 2020
  49. Social Studies

    Identify the following as Sparta or Athens: Can you tell me if I got these right I am little confuse. ___Athens________ Military Supremacy --Sparta--------- valued athletics above all --Athens----------Girls did not receive a formal education. Girls were

    asked by Johnnie on February 9, 2019
  50. World History

    Who was Pericles, and what role did he play in the process of changing Athenian democracy?

    asked by Bethanie on March 19, 2018
  51. Social studies

    select the boxes in the table to indicate whether these statements are true about the life of ancient Sparta ancient Athens or both

    asked by 🧸teddy FcTołZtyđ on January 14, 2020
  52. Humanities

    What gave rise to democracy in Athens? Explain why Plato did not favor democracy as the best form of government in his Republic? Are there any good online sources where I can find the above questions? Thanks.

    asked by Kathleen on June 15, 2013
  53. college

    in athens, during its golden age (from 460 to 404) it had the kind of government that we call: a.)indirect democracy,B)western monarchy,C)direct democracy,D.)eastern style republic

    asked by carlos on June 3, 2009
  54. SOCIAL STUDIES

    despite such limits athens is still admired as an early model of democracy

    asked by ZUICK on October 20, 2011
  55. English

    After having studied all the sites suggested by Sra and Writeacher, I have found, that "eponym", as well as "toponym", has two definitions. EPONYM: 1) a name from which another name or word is derived. 2)a word derived from a person. This would make both,

    asked by E.G. on August 28, 2010
  56. History

    Why was Athens the most important city of ancient Greece?

    asked by Ann on March 26, 2011
  57. social studies

    In Ancient Greece, what portion of the population of Athens were citizens?

    asked by alex on August 28, 2007
  58. us history

    The ancient Greek city-state of Athens was _____.

    asked by travis on June 22, 2010
  59. World

    I have to debate on why Athens is better than Sparta as a city state using the topic of women and children. I can't find anything to say on why Athens is better with the way they treat their women because in Sparta they have more privilege and rights. Can

    asked by Anonymous on September 20, 2016
  60. writing

    I need some help with my intro paragraph for a compare/contrast essay. I have the first and last sentences, just need some help with the filler sentences. Ideas? ( "The similarities and differences between the “Gettysburg Address” and “Pericles'

    asked by Lucia on May 22, 2014
  61. Social Studies

    in ancient Athens Greece tribes and general took turns in power. this is an example of what type of political system?

    asked by Tawana on December 23, 2010
  62. social studies

    In ancient Athens (Greece) tribes and generals took turns at power. This is an example of what type of political system?

    asked by Anonymous on July 26, 2008
  63. Ancient Greece, please help! 💝

    Which was the most important effect of the Peloponnesian War? A. Other nations were intimidated by the Greeks. B. Other nations saw Greece's lack of unification as weak. C. Athens and Sparta were able to prosper as separate city-states. D. Athens continued

    asked by Sliverstream on February 15, 2019
  64. Greeks

    Do you know any webs for Greek famous landscapes? We need one or some right away please. The most famous Greek landscape is the Acropolis in Athens. Also, some of the Greek islands are famous for their landscapes. Check this site for thousands of pictures

    asked by LG on May 17, 2007
  65. English

    1. Who sent a postcard from Santorini? Judy did. 2. With whom is Judy traveling in Greece? He is traveling in Greece with Mom. 3. When did they arrive in Athens? They arrived in Athens five days ago. 4. What is the capital of Greece? It is Athens. 5. What

    asked by rfvv on July 9, 2012
  66. History

    what is pericles most likely suggesting about greek government

    asked by Dallas on February 15, 2018
  67. History

    Yesterday I posted about how I have to debate about Athens and Sparta about their women and children. I looked it up but it isn't helpful because all the information shows that Sparta women are treated better. How am I suppose to debate about the Athens if

    asked by Anonymous on September 21, 2016
  68. goverment

    America’s founders envisioned a _________________________ that was closer to the government of ancient Athens than to the political system found in America today

    asked by kendra on June 24, 2013
  69. History

    How did Athenians determine if a man should be exiled from Greece as a punishment for a crime? A.The man could choose between death and exile if he murdered another man. B.Only the women and children of Athens were allowed to banish the criminals of the

    asked by Mark on May 1, 2020
  70. Social Studies

    What was the Peloponnesian war? Please check my answer :) A) A conflict between Greece and Persia B) A conflict between Athens and Sparta (my answer) C) A conflict between Greece and Macedonia D) A conflict between Macedonia and Athens Please help me my

    asked by Grace on February 18, 2019
  71. Social Studies

    Drag the events to the correct boxes. The golden age of Greece came to an end. added to Macedonia conquered all of Greece. The Spartan army laid siege to the city of Athens. Causes of the Peloponnesian War Athens and Sparta formed opposing alliances.

    asked by Meow on March 17, 2020
  72. humanities

    I need to write a 2 page critical reading response journal on slaves in Ancient Athens. I am a Sophomore at a community college. I understand what I am reading, but I cannot put it down on paper! (Partly due to my disability which affects my cognitive

    asked by Leslie on April 12, 2009
  73. history

    What war directly led to the Athenian golden age under the rule of Pericles ? Persian war

    asked by mike on November 15, 2011
  74. social studies

    How did ancient Sparta differ from Athens? A. The people of Sparta spoke Greek. B. The people of Sparta practiced a different religion. C. The government in Sparta was an oligarchy. D. Women in Sparta were considered citizens.

    asked by cleo on February 9, 2020
  75. World History

    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

    asked by sarah on January 14, 2012
  76. world history

    Why did Greek colonies spread throughout the Mediterranean region? a.Tyrants created many of them. b.Population pressures caused them to develop. c.Persia attacked mainland Greece. d.Pericles founded them. i think it is c. am i correct

    asked by Eden S. on January 7, 2015
  77. History

    Which is an accurate description of oligarchy? A. A king rules. B. The people rule. C. There is no rule. D. A small group rules. 2. (3 pt) Which defines monarchy? A. rule by the citizens B. rule by a congress C. rule by a small group D. rule by a king or

    asked by emmily on May 11, 2016
  78. 6th grade history

    how did athens become rich?

    asked by katrina on March 29, 2012
  79. history

    where the athens greek??

    asked by Sara! on February 9, 2011
  80. Ancient History -- Repost for Zara

    explain the significance of his declaration we are the school of Hellas what was pericles implying how did he applied to significance to potential enemies as well as to subjects of Athenian rule posted by Zara today at 2:26pm

    asked by Ms. Sue on October 28, 2018
  81. Social Studies

    1. The president of the United States is elected by the electoral college. What type of system is this? 2. In ancient Athens (Greece) tribes and generals took turns at power. This is an example of what type of political system? 3.What type of political

    asked by Laura on February 26, 2009
  82. world history

    how are athens and sparta similar and different?

    asked by jerson on October 1, 2008
  83. world history

    Name one contrast between athens & sparta.

    asked by jordan on May 1, 2008
  84. comp 1

    it says combine each of the following sets of sentences into on sentence that used subordination to signal the relationships among ideas. Are these correct? can you help me 41.2 1. The original Star Trek television show ran form 1966 to 1969. It was

    asked by renoka on December 11, 2013
  85. History

    Which city-state was better: Sparta or Athens

    asked by Angie on February 17, 2011
  86. History

    Why couldn't women own property in Athens?

    asked by Anonymous on September 21, 2016
  87. social studies

    who made up the merchant class in Athens?

    asked by gaaaa on February 6, 2019
  88. world history

    describe the role of education in athens and sparta

    asked by Samantha on November 16, 2010
  89. World History

    What was the function of high culture in Classical Athens?

    asked by Bethanie on March 20, 2018
  90. geography

    Golden Age of Athens Informtion is needed

    asked by Gabby on March 16, 2008
  91. boring history

    how did socrates challenge the values of the people of athens?

    asked by katniss on March 29, 2012
  92. History

    What were some pros and cons about the Athens, for men and women

    asked by Angie on February 16, 2011
  93. Modern World History

    where can i find a glossry of key people on here? Key people like Pericles, Plato, Socrates, Locke, and Michelangelo. Brief description of what they did and their accomplishmnents? Your best source is an encyclopedia like Wikipedia or Encarta. You can also

    asked by Bryan on January 8, 2007
  94. World History

    anyone familiar with world history? please check my answers. 1.) the peloponnesian war began, in part, because of a.economic rivalries among greekcity-states b.threats of invasion by the mycenaeans c.alliances formed among sparta,persia and crete

    asked by Jason on June 27, 2019
  95. grammar

    complete the sentence..Athens is the ----capital. I'm looking at a map and i see it;s in Greece

    asked by michael on February 17, 2011
  96. Social Studies

    I would really appreciate some help on this Rank and describe the social classes of either Sparta or Athens.

    asked by A.normal.tree on November 30, 2018
  97. World History

    How did the struggle between rich and poor affect Athens and Spartens?

    asked by Dustin on January 24, 2013
  98. Math

    scott owns a manufacturing company that produces two models of entertainment centers. the athens requires 4 feet of fancy molding and takes 4 hours to manufacture. The barcelona needs 15 feet of molding and 3 hours to manufacture. In a given week, there

    asked by Kiara on September 22, 2014
  99. global

    Which one of these governemts were better for its people Athens(democracy) or Sparta (oligarchy) Wouldn't one need to define better? And define the role of government? And did people include slaves and other resident non-citizens? And did it include women?

    asked by bill on July 21, 2007
  100. History

    Why would philosophers start questioning traditional beliefs at this particular time in Athens' history?

    asked by Abida on January 4, 2011

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