Ancient World History - MCQs with answers - Part 31. Who developed system ranks of binary patterns?
d) Pingala View Answer / Hide Answer
2. When did Battle of Marathon take place?
ANSWER: d) Pingala
Pingala is the traditional name of the author of the Chandahsastra.
a) 490 BC
b) 480 BC
c) 479 BC
d) 475 BCView Answer / Hide Answer
3. When did King Leonidas die?
ANSWER: a) 490 BC
It was during the first Persian invasion of Greece.
a) 480 BC
b) 479 BC
c) 475 BC
d) 469 BCView Answer / Hide Answer
4. When did Warring States period begin in China?
ANSWER: a) 480 BC
Leonidas I was a Greek warrior king of the Greek city-state of Sparta.
a) 479 BC
b) 475 BC
c) 469 BC
d) 465 BCView Answer / Hide Answer
5. When was Socrates born?
ANSWER: b) 475 BC
The Warring States period is a period in ancient China following the Spring and Autumn period.
a) 469 BC
b) 465 BC
c) 460 BC
d) 449 BCView Answer / Hide Answer
6. When was Xerxes I murdered?
ANSWER: a) 469 BC
Socrates was credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy.
a) 465 BC
b) 460 BC
c) 449 BC
d) 447 BCView Answer / Hide Answer
7. When did Greco-Persian Wars end?
ANSWER: a) 465 BC
Xerxes I is most likely the Persian king identified as Ahasuerus in the biblical book of Esther.
a) 460 BC
b) 449 BC
c) 447 BC
d) 424 BCView Answer / Hide Answer
8. When was the building of the Parthenon at Athens started?
ANSWER: b) 449 BC
Macedonia, Thrace, and Ionia gain independence from Achaemenid Persia.
a) 447 BC
b) 424 BC
c) 404 BC
d) 399 BC View Answer / Hide Answer
9. When did Nanda dynasty come into power?
ANSWER: a) 447 BC
The Parthenon is a former temple on the Athenian Acropolis. It is dedicated to the goddess Athena.
a) 424 BC
b) 404 BC
c) 399 BC
d) 385 BCView Answer / Hide Answer
10. Who defeated Darius III in the Battle of Gaugamela?
ANSWER: a) 424 BC
The Nanda Dynasty originated from the region of Magadha in ancient India.
a) Alexander the Great
c) Julius Caesar
d) Napoleon Bonaparte View Answer / Hide Answer
ANSWER: a) Alexander the Great
He conquered the entirety of the First Persian Empire.