Review Sheet for Exam II/ FAQ’s About Exam II

 

**DISCLAIMER:  THIS STUDY GUIDE SHOULD BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH YOUR CLASS NOTES, POWERPOINTS AND WEB STUDY GUIDES, NOT IN PLACE OF THEM. 

 

WHAT MATERIALS AM I AS THE STUDENT RESPONSIBLE FOR?

 All materials from the assigned readings and lectures

 

WHAT HAVE WE READ SINCE THE LAST EXAM?

 Chapters 5-8 from Ancient Greece & BOOKS VII-XVIII of the ODYSSEY

 

WHAT IS THE FORMAT OF THE 100-Question MULTIPLE CHOICE EXAM?

35 Questions from the Odyssey          30 Questions from the Study Guides

35 Questions from Class Lectures

 

WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW FROM THE ODYSSEY?

1) Be able to identify the following individuals from the Odyssey:

 

Odysseus  Penelope        Melantho             Eurymachos            Telemachos Nausikaa  Polyphemus    Athena                    Eumaios                  Phaiacians

Iros           Helen             Menelaos               Antinoos                  Poseidon

Aeolus      Elpenor          Demodocus            Lotus-Eaters             Zeus

Argus       Achilles         Circones                 Melanthios               Euryklea

 

2) Be able to answer any questions from the lectures presented on 10/1 through 10/29.  Use the Power Points and your class notes as a review of the key points from the Odyssey.

 

WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW FROM THE STUDY GUIDES?

1)  Be able to answer any questions on the study guides on the following topics:

PEOPLE/ORGANIZATIONS:

Draco                 Brasidas         Solon          Xerxes    Cyrus      Pericles        Cleon

Herodotus          Thucydides     Darius        Cimon     Pindar      Aeschylus    metic              

Delian League     sophist           Artabanus   Nicias     Gyges     Lamachus

Alcibiades            Candaules     Athenian Women      

 

EVENTS:

Battle of Marathon      Battle of Salamis         Battle of Thermopylae

Peloponnesian War     Persian Wars               Thirty Years’ Peace

Archidamian War        Sicilian Expedition      Mutilation of the Statues

 

DATES:

776 BCE         490 BCE                     429 BCE         445-431 BCE

479 BCE         431-404 BCE              480 BCE

 

WHAT ABOUT THE LECTURES? Review your notes from class carefully as YOU are responsible for lecture content.  The Power Point presentations that outline the key points are on the web.  E-mail me or Jon if you have any questions about your class notes.