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Quiz 4: Masculinity

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  1. What's your name:

Q1: Which hero often fought monsters and was an ideal of masculinity?

  1. Herakles
  2. Socrates
  3. Helen
  4. Aristotle
  5. Orpheus.

Q2: What was difference in colour used on pottery to distinguish between?

  1. Ages
  2. Sexes
  3. Size
  4. Social class
  5. City of birth

Q3: Which of these activities were satyrs not shown doing on pottery?

  1. Dancing
  2. Drinking
  3. Chasing women
  4. Reading
  5. Fighting

Q4: On pottery, what difference between males was a contrast in size often used to show?

  1. Age
  2. Height
  3. City
  4. Family
  5. Occupation.

Q5: Which of these was not an area in which Greek men competed for status?

  1. Athletics
  2. Politics
  3. Law
  4. War
  5. Weaving

Q6: Who had the right to vote in Athens?

  1. Slave men
  2. slave women
  3. Athenian men
  4. Athenian women
  5. Any Greek.

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