The Golden Age of Athens also known as the Age of ___________.
The Golden Age of Athens began in 478 BCE when the Athenians defeated the invading ___________.
The golden age of Athenian culture is usually dated from _________.
449 to 431 B.C
249 to 331 B.C
350 to 381 B.C
____________ was important in ancient Greece because it was believed to be the home of the gods.
After defeating the Persians for the second time, the Greeks decided that they needed to form a league. The league was named _________.
Only men and women with Athenian parents were considered true Athenians.
Sparta was one of the members of the Delian League.
The Athenians valued the preservation of history. Even today, you can read the works of an Athenian historian named _________.
What government body brought proposals before the citizen assembly?
The age began with the unlikely defeat of a vast Persian army by badly outnumbered Greeks and it ended with an inglorious and lengthy war between which two powerful city-states?
Persia and Decathlon
Athens and Sparta
Athens and Persia
Athens' military campaign against which League that eventually ended the Greek Golden Age?
The government of Athens during the Golden Age is best described as a __________ democracy.
During the Golden Age, the Parthenon was built under the general supervision of which sculptor?
The Parthenon replaced an older temple to Athena, which was destroyed during the Persian invasion of 480 B.C.
The so-called golden age of Athenian culture flourished under the leadership of __________.