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Greece in the 4th Century BC
"From the end of the Peloponnesian War to the death of Alexander the Great - ten questions on the fourth century."
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Sparta begins the century by throwng its weight around, much like Athens did before her. This alienated her allies and led to which war?
The first attempt at a Common Peace treaty for the whole of Greece, as well as Persia, was made in 392, but it wasn't until 387 that it was signed. It was known as the King's Peace and by what other name?
Peace of Agesilaus
Peace of Antalcidas
Peace of Agesipolis
Peace of Andocides
Which city-state benefited most from the King's Peace?
During the fourth century, the city-state of Thebes became prominent, making Athens and Sparta worried. At which battle did the Thebans win a surprise victory in 371?
The Amphictyony was a league of central Greek states that largely controlled which religious sanctuary?
Philip II of Macedon defeated a combined force of Thebans and Athenians at which battle in 338?
Who of these was not a wife of Philip?
Which of the following was not one of the four big set-piece battles of Alexander the Great's campaign in Asia?
What was the name of the man whose death on campaign Alexander took very badly?
Alexander took ill at a party in 323. How long after this did he die?
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Compiled Jun 28 12