Why was Alexander so great?

In this lesson, we will learn about Alexander the Great, the king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon, who conquered much of the known world.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Ultimately, which city-state lost the Peloponnesian War?

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Q2.After their war against the Persian Empire, Athens and Sparta agreed to be at peace. For how long was the peace meant to last?

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Q3.In which city-state were boys trained to be soldiers from a young age?

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Q4.How long did the First Peloponnesian War last for?

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Q5.Once it surrendered, which city-states wanted the city of Athens to be destroyed and its people enslaved? Tick two.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Ultimately, which city-state lost the Peloponnesian War?

1/5

Q2.After their war against the Persian Empire, Athens and Sparta agreed to be at peace. For how long was the peace meant to last?

Select one (1) boxes

2/5

Q3.In which city-state were boys trained to be soldiers from a young age?

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Q4.How long did the First Peloponnesian War last for?

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Q5.Once it surrendered, which city-states wanted the city of Athens to be destroyed and its people enslaved? Tick two.

Select two (2) boxes

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Q1.Alexander III of Macedon is better known as Alexander the Great. True or false?

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Q2.Where was Alexander the Great born?

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Q3.Upon crossing into Asia Minor in 334 BCE, Alexander faced the Persians in which battle?

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Q4.In 327 BCE, Alexander's army refused to fight against the Nanda Empire as they were tired of war and frightened of their enemy's elephant units. True or false?

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Q5.How many battles did Alexander the Great lose?

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Ancient Greece: End of lesson quiz

Q1.Alexander III of Macedon is better known as Alexander the Great. True or false?

1/5

Q2.Where was Alexander the Great born?

2/5

Q3.Upon crossing into Asia Minor in 334 BCE, Alexander faced the Persians in which battle?

3/5

Q4.In 327 BCE, Alexander's army refused to fight against the Nanda Empire as they were tired of war and frightened of their enemy's elephant units. True or false?

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Q5.How many battles did Alexander the Great lose?

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