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Western civilization Midterm Study Guide Part 2

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Western civilization Midterm Study Guide Part 2 HY 101

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This is the study guide for Part 2 of the Midterm
Western Civilization
Leanne good
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Date Created: 10/01/16
Midterm Study Guide Part 2 1. Who were the first moral philosophers, and what ideas are they each associated with? 2. How did Alexander attempt to unify his empire? 3. What were the three major Hellenistic philosophies discusses, and what view did each have on life? 4. What were Euclid, Eratosthenes, and Archimedes known for? What period are they each associated with? 5. In what year did Rome overthrow its monarchy and establish a republic? 6. What were the powers of the Roman consuls? 7. What was the function of the Roman Senate during the Republic? 8. What were the Twelve Tables? 9. How did the office of tribune differ from other political officers? 10. What was the Struggle of the Orders? 11. What triggered the Second Punic War between Rome and Carthage? 12. What was the significance of the Punic Wars? 13. What controversial law did Tiberius Gracchus propose? 14. What was the definition of the term populares in Ancient Rome? 15. What time period did Hellenistic Greece come about? 16. What was the cause of the Social War that took place between 91 and 87 BCE? 17. What were proscriptions? 18. What was the political significance of the Cataline conspiracy? 19. Why was the First Triumvirate formed? 20. What was the significance of Caesar crossing the Rubicon? 21. What was the significance of the Second Triumvirate? 22. What was a praetorian guard? 23. What was the most significant factor of Augustus Reign? 24. What was the Battle of Actium in 31 BCE? 25. Who led the revolt of the British tribes in 60 CE? 26. What was so significant about the Flavian Dynasty? 27. What were the results of the Jewish Wars in 69-79 CE? Essay: Compare and Contrast the periods of Athenian democracy and the Roman republic. What factors made each successful? What factors led to their decline?


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