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HIEU 201 Liberty University Chapter 5 Quiz
- Alexander’s invasion of the Near East was motivated primarily by
- Which of the following is NOT an example of the ways in which the world changed after Alexander’s conquests?
- The Hellenistic kingdoms were ruled by kings who relied on the
- Koine refers to a form of shared ________ in Hellenistic cities.
- Hellenistic cosmopolitanism expressed itself in all of the following ways EXCEPT
- Signs that the status of women in Hellenistic society showed some improvement over the classical period include evidence that
- The leading historian of the Hellenistic Age was
- The achievements of Hellenistic scientist’s
- The philosophy of Epicurus
- Stoicism reflected the cosmopolitan nature of Hellenistic society in that
- The Skeptics taught that
- Cynics responded to the conditions of the Hellenistic world by
- After Alexander’s death
- The unrivaled commercial center of the Hellenistic world was
- The Alexandrian scholar-poet Callimachus
- The plays of Menander
- Hellenistic and Hellenic philosophers differed in that
- Epicurus believed that a wise person should
- According to the Stoics, the wise person
- In contrast to Epicurean and Stoic belief, the Skeptics
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