World History Homework Two Answers - Student 14

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Billy F.

Answer 4 out of 6 questions below:

When did the Greek empire exist, and what events mark its beginning and its end?

The Greek empire existed from around 750 B.C. to 146 B.C. The period of Classical Greece began with the first Olympic Games in 776 B.C., and came to an end after the death of Alexander the Great in 323 B.C.

Correct.

What is your favorite Aesop's Fable, and why? Explain.

One of my favorite Aesop’s Fable’s is Mercury and the Woodman. I like it because the honest woodcutter not only gets back what is his, but is also gifted with more for his honesty.

Excellent.

Explain how the expansion and influence of the Greek culture became useful to the growth of Christianity. Mention the role played by Alexander the Great.

With Greek Culture came the Greek language, which was powerful enough to convey the ideas of Christianity taught by Jesus. Greek was used commonly by Jewish people in Palestine, partly in thanks to Alexander the Great. The New Testament was written in Greek, the language of the common man at the time.

Very good answer to an important question.

Pick two of the important ancient empires other than the Greek empire, and briefly describe them.

The Persian empire was at its peak from 550 B.C. to 331 B.C. Persian controlled territory included most of the Middle East, some of Northern Africa, and Turkey. Until conquered by Alexander the Great Persia was unstoppable.

Mentioned more than 50 times in the Old Testament, the Hittites descended from the great grandson of Noah, Heth. A Middle Eastern people, the Hittites gained control of most of Mesopotamia with their advanced warfare in 1650 B.C.

Good.
Grade: 40/40. Well done!--Andy Schlafly 12:59, 21 September 2011 (EDT)
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