Ancient Greece - Town
1. What area was the center of activity in Ancient Greek cities?
2. What area was usually on a hill and was the last area of defense if the city was attacked?
3. What was a patron god of a city?
a. A specific god that a city was dedicated to
b. A god that was the enemy of a city
c. A god that the city did not believe in
d. All of the above
e. None of the above
4. True or False: Some Greek theaters could hold over 10,000 people.
5. What was at the center of an Ancient Greek house?
c. Women's quarters
d. Storage room
e. Dining room
6. What were the open air buildings around the agora called?
7. What was the name of a stadium that was designed to hold chariot races?
8. What was the name for a city-state in Ancient Greece?
9. Where were the dead usually buried?
a. In temples inside the town
b. In a cemetery outside the town
c. In the agora
d. In the acropolis
e. In the stadion
10. True or False: Greek cities did not need walls as they were peaceful and did not need a defense.
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