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CLCV 1002
Ally Chapman
It is most beneficial to you to write this mock midterm UNDER EXAM CONDITIONS.
This means:
• Complete the midterm in 2 hour(s).
• Work on your own.
• Keep your notes and textbook closed.
• Attempt every question.
After the time limit, go back over your work with a different colour or on a separate piece
of paper and try to do the questions you are unsure of. Record your ideas in the
margins to remind yourself of what you were thinking when you take it up at PASS.
The purpose of this mock exam is to give you practice answering questions in a timed
setting and to help you to gauge which aspects of the course content you know well and
which are in need of further development and review. Use this mock exam as a
learning tool in preparing for the actual exam.
Please note:

Come to the PASS workshop with your mock exam complete. During the
workshop you can work with other students to review your work.

Often, there is not enough time to review the entire exam in the PASS workshop.
Decide which questions you most want to review – the Facilitator may ask
students to vote on which questions they want to discuss in detail.

Facilitators do not bring copies of the mock exam to the session. Please print out
and complete the exam before you attend.
 Facilitators do not produce or distribute an answer key for mock exams.
Facilitators help students to work together to compare and assess the answers
they have. If you are not able to attend the PASS workshop, you can work alone
or with others in the class.
Good Luck writing the Mock Exam!!
Dates and locations of mock exam take-up: Monday December 12th 9:00-12:00
ME 3269
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Part A: Multiple Choice
1) These types of myths tell the origins of city states to give the city state prestige.
a. Origin myths
b. Literary Myths
c. Establishing myths
d. Foundation Myths
2) Where is Poseidon’s principle sanctuary?
a. Corinth
b. Isthmia
c. Piraeus
d. There was no land sanctuary for Poseidon
3) Where were the games in honour of Hades held?
a. Olympia
b. Ephesus
c. Isthmia
d. There were no games for Hades
4) What are the attributes of Apollo?
a. Silver Bow
b. Lyre
c. Tripod and Oracle
d. All of the above
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5) The story of Demeter and Persephone was used to explain what?
a. The seasons
b. Life and Death
c. The importance of family
d. The importance of women
e. To become immortal and return to Mt. Olympus
6) Who decides to help Perseus on his quest to kill the gorgon?
a. Ariadne, the daughter of King Minos
b. His father, Poseidon
c. Athena and Hermes
d. Artemis and Hermes
7) Why was Hermes the God of thieves?
a. Thieving and commerce went hand in hand
b. He had stolen cows from his brother Apollo
c. He had stolen the lyre from his brother Apollo
d. He stole grapes from his brother Dionysus
8) What is Cimon not allowed to do according to Pericles upon Cimon’s return from his
ostracism?
a. Wage war on Persia
b. Make peace with Sparta
c. Speak against Themistocles at the Assembly
d. Mess with Pericles’ domestic policies
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9) Themistocles was accused of being a traitor because he
a. Gave funds to the Spartans
b. Wrote letters to Xerxes
c. Defended the Helots
d. Was against Athenian democracy
10) The treasury of the Delian League was originally located at
a. Delos
b. Naxos
c. Athens
d. Sparta
11) Which was not one of Pericles’ policies in the Peloponnesian war?
a. Bide your time
b. Don’t give in to Sparta
c. Remember your superiority
d. Only fight by Sea
12) Who were the three Athenian men elected as generals for the Sicilian Expedition?
a. Thucydides, Nicias, and Alcibiades
b. Lamachus, Nicias, and Alcibiades
c. Thucydides, Pericles, and Alcibiades
d. Pericles, Lamachus, and Alcibiades
13) Who was accused of destroying the herms and exposing the mysteries of Eleusis?
a. Lamachus
b. Pericles
c. Alcibiades
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d. Nicias
14) Which animals are associated with the Goddess Hera?
a. Peacock and Swan
b. Swan and Lion
c. Lion and Cow
d. Cow and Peacock
15) Which ancient Greek historian records the events of the Peloponnesian War in their work
titled History of the Peloponnesian War?
a. Herodotus
b. Themistocles
c. Sophocles
d. Thucydides
16) What happened to the Helots after they surrendered to the Spartans at the end of the 3rd
Messinian War?
a. The Spartans sentenced them all to death
b. The Spartans negotiated a peace with the Helots because they depended on them
to sustain their economy
c. The Spartans demanded that the Helots leave the Peloponnese and promised to
enslave them again if they ever returned
d. The Spartans promised to make changes however the Helots’ situation did not
change
17) Which was not a symptom of the plague that struck the Athenians?
a. Oral Bleeding
b. Insomnia
c. Impaired Vision
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d. Bad Breath
18) Which Athenian general died from the plague of Athens?
a. Themistocles
b. Pericles
c. Cimon
d. Alcibiades
19) Which of these did Cimon not do?
a. Instituted pay for those who did civil duties
b. Defeat the pirates plaguing the Aegean
c. Open his garden to the poor people of Athens
d. Expel the Persians from the Aegean
20) Where was the final battle of the Peloponnesian war held?
a. Aegospotami
b. Chaeronea
c. Plataea
d. Syracuse
Part B: True or False
1) Cronus overthrows his father (Uranus) and becomes king by getting Uranus to throw up
his siblings before they defeat him in battle and lock him away in the underworld.
a. True
b. False
2) Herakles is challenged to complete the twelve labours by Polydectes, who seeks to marry
his mother. At the completion of the twelve labours, Herakles returns and turns
Polydectes to stone.
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a. True
b. False
3) The Muses are at the beginning of every great story and were representative of arts such
as different types of poetry, music, dance, history, astronomy, tragedy, and comedy.
a. True
b. False
4) Zeus had festivals in his honour at both Olympia and Nemea.
a. True
b. False
5) The Athenians were unable to build a wall to surround their city after the Persian Wars
because the Spartan’s had forbidden anyone from building city walls.
a. True
b. False
6) Themistocles was able to successfully stall the Spartans by claiming that he needed to
wait for his companions before speaking to the Assembly and when the companions
never showed up, the Spartans sent spies but they were detained in Athens.
a. True
b. False
7) The members of the Delian League would contribute money to guarantee their protection
from the Persians. These funds were kept and counted by ten treasures from each city
state.
a. True
b. False
8) Cimon poisoned himself so he would not have to fight Themistocles at Cyprus because
he considered the man a friend and would rather die than fight him.
a. True
b. False
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9) The terms of the Thirty Year Peace ensured that the members of the Delian League were
not allowed to switch and join the Peloponnesian League meaning that Argos must
remain loyal to Athens.
a. True
b. False
10) During his ten years in ostracism, Themistocles went to the Peloponnese and established
democracies in some of the city-states found there.
a. True
b. False
11) Athens wanted to fight the Peloponnesian war by sea due to its large naval force and
Sparta wanted fight by land.
a. True
b. False
12) The plague in Athens caused Athens to become more religious in nature as people
realized they could die soon.
a. True
b. False
13) Due to the Peace of Nicias, Athens and Sparta entered into a period of peace for 50 years
before it was interrupted by the Sicilian expedition.
a. True
b. False
14) The Athenians wanted to help Segesta fight against Selinus because they thought that the
city was very prosperous but discovered that it was not upon arrival.
a. True
b. False
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15) At the beginning of the Peloponnesian war Sparta launched a series of land invasions in
which they ravished and burned land in Attica. Meanwhile, Athens used its naval power
to raid the Peloponnesian coast and control its empire.
a. True
b. False
16) At the conclusion of the Peloponnesian war, the Spartans wanted to destroy the city of
Athens and enslave the Athenians but their allies of Corinth and Thebes did not agree
with that idea.
a. True
b. False
17) Cimon promised that those who moved to the island of Skyros would get free land, be an
Athenian citizen and be a member of the Zeugitai class.
a. True
b. False
18) Cimon was told by the oracle that he must retrieve the bones of the Athenian hero
Perseus from Skyros and return them to Athens where they were to be worshipped as
sacred relics.
a. True
b. False
19) Philip II used the battle formation tactic of the hammer and anvil to ensure victory in the
battles he fought. The tactic involved using the companion cavalry and the hypaspists as
a hammer to smash the opposing army against the anvil of the Macedonian phalanx.
a. True
b. False
20) The battle of Potidaea arose from Athenian paranoia that Potidaea would be pressured
by Macedonian or Corinthian influence to revolt against the Athenian Empire.
a. True
b. False
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10,000 Immortals
Agoge
Alexander the Great
Archons
Areopagus
Aristophanes
Aristotle
Assembly
Athena Nike
Berlin Painter
Black figure
Boule
Corinthian
Delian League
Doric
Earth
East
Ephors
Erechthion
Euripides
Herodotus
Ionic
Krater
Leonidas
Marathon
Mardonius
Metopes
Miltiades
Olive
Olive Oil
Olive Tree
Panathenaic
Parthenon
Pheidippides
Phidias
Philip II
Plataea
Procession
Propylaea
Pythagoras
Queen Artemisia
Red figure
Republic
Ritual Bath
Salamis
Sappho
Sardis
Socrates
Solon
Sophocles
Symposium
Syssition
Thales
Thermopylae
Water
West
Xenophon
Xerxes
Part C: Fill in the Blanks
1) ________________ is the type of pottery that Exekias mastered. _______________ was
the type of pottery invented by Andokides afterwards.
2) The birth of Athena is depicted on the Parthenon’s ___________ pediment. The
_____________ procession is depicted along the Parthenon’s interior frieze.
3) Winners of the Olympic games would receive an _______________ wreath and winners
of the Panathenic games would receive a jar of ____________ __________.
4) The Spartan king ________________ led the Spartans who refused to surrender despite
having to fight the Persians on two fronts at the battle of ___________________.
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5) Proper Athenian women would not be allowed at the ______________ which was a male
drinking party.
6) ______________ was credited with creating the council of 400, abolishing Athenian debt
bondage, and creating 4 classes based on wealth.
7) Spartan children would enter the _____________ at the age of 7 where they would be
trained to become perfect Sparta soldiers. At age 20 the Spartan men would join a
_______________ which was a men’s mess group.
8) The _____________ on the Temple of Zeus depict the 12 labours of Hercules. These are
features of the ____________ order which is the earliest Greek architectural order.
9) The identification of the works of the ______________ ______________ is an example
of how ceramics can be grouped together based on stylistic choices and the creator is then
assigned a name.
10) Plato’s ________________ discusses a utopia which is ruled by a philosopher king and
that the society will prosper if everyone fulfills their roles.
11) Before an Athenian wedding, the bride was given a ______________ and the pottery
used for it was the same kind of vessel used for funerals. The wedding vessels would
have images of weddings on them and the funerary ones had funerals on them.
12) ____________ was a pre-Socratic philosopher who created a formula for determining
how far away a ship is when spotted on the horizon.
13) ______________ was known as the father of history and his work The Histories records
the circumstances leading up to the Persian Wars and recounts the history of the war.
14) _________________ was a famous comedian known for making fun of politicians,
Socrates, and ________________ who was a famous tragedian.
15) The Athenians managed to defeat the Persians at the battle of ______________, despite
the Spartans refusal to help until their festival, thanks to the Athenian general
______________.
16) The Persian general _______________ is killed at the battle of Plataea and the remaining
Persian army falls apart, signifying the victory of the Greeks.
17) The _______________ on the Acropolis housed the tomb of Erechtheus, Poseidon’s salt
water spring, and Athena’s sacred __________ __________.
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18) In Sparta, the 5 _____________ were elected annually and their job included overseeing
the kings and determined which babies were going to live or die.
19) In Athens the 9 ______________ served as judges, military leaders, and lawmakers.
After their term, they had a chance to become members of the _______________ who
would help determine policies and prepare bills.
20) City states that wished to surrender to the Persians would present the Persian king with
____________ and _______________.
Part D: Short Answers (Pictures have been provided to help refresh your memory but
you will not get points for describing the picture. A discussion of the content is the expectation)
1) Explain how Pericles managed to win over members of the Assembly and how he
controlled Athenian Democracy.
Pericles, the Athenian General
2) How did the Council of 500 make the Athenian government more democratic?
Clisthenes’ reforms the Council of 500
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3) How does the process of ostracism work and why was it implemented?
Ballots cast in the process of ostracism
4) Discuss the changes made to the Persian Empire by Darius and how they helped to
improve the empire.
Darius I King of Persia
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Part E: Compare and Contrast (Pictures have been provided to help refresh
your memory but you will not get points for describing the picture. A discussion of the content is
the expectation)
1) Compare and contrast the Greek Trojan war hero with the Greek Hoplite warrior.
Greek Trojan War hero
Greek Hoplite warrior
2) Compare and contrast the Archaic Kouros and Kore statues with the statues done in the
Classical Period by sculptors like Praxiteles.
Kouros Statue
Praxiteles’ Apollo Sauroctonos