Which of the following are ancient Greek primary sources? Tick as many as are correct.
the movie 'Troy'
an amphora found during an archaeological dig in Crete
the ampitheatre that Joanna Lumley visited
your 'History alive' textbook
a dolphin fresco from the Palace of Knossos
The Acropolis is a flat-topped hill used as a stronghold in an ancient Greek city-state.
[blank_start]Spartan[blank_end] life was tough. All members of society were expected to forgo personal comfort and [blank_start]art[blank_end] and culture were seen as a waste of time and were no longer valued. [blank_start]Boys[blank_end] moved into a military camp when they turned seven to start their [blank_start]military[blank_end] training. Life in the camp was [blank_start]harsh[blank_end] and training was aimed at developing strong, brave fighters who could put up with great pain and physical hardship. The boys were trained to work as a unit. The community of soldiers became the most [blank_start]important[blank_end] thing in their lives.
The Mycenaean civilisation lasted for approximately
200 years from 1400 BCE to 1200 BCE
200 years from 1200 CE to 1400 CE
1200 years from 1400 BC to 200 BC
Homer's epic poems 'The Illiad' and 'The Odyssey' were passed down by word of mouth for centuries before being written down.
The Greek [blank_start]Dark Ages[blank_end] followed. This was a period of about 400 years between c. 1200 BCE and c. 750 BCE. There is very little archaeological [blank_start]evidence[blank_end] available from this time. Around 750 BCE many Greeks left their country and [blank_start]migrated[blank_end] to nearby countries and islands. Historians [blank_start]hypothesise[blank_end] that this migration was due to civil war and other violent conflicts, and there not being enough farm land available on the dry and [blank_start]mountainous[blank_end] mainland.
In which ancient Greek ciy was this temple to be found?