Name the Continent
Name the Ocean
Geography of Greece
Fields of Science
Potpourri
100

What is Africa? 
100

Number 10. 

What is the Indian Ocean? 

100

A narrow strip of land with water on three sides.

What is a peninsula? 
100

The study of life.

What is biology? 

100

The study of the mind.

What is psychology? 
200

What is Asia? 

200

Number 8. 

What is the Arctic Ocean? 

200

Name the two most powerful city-states of Ancient Greece.

What are Sparta and Athens? 

200

The study of plants.

What is botany? 

200

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Name the two subatomic particles in the nucleus of an atom.

What are neutrons and protons? 

300

What is North America? 

300

Number 9.

What is the Atlantic Ocean? 

300

The largest and most important body of water for the Greeks.

What is the Mediterranean Sea? 

300

The study of animals.

What is zoology? 

300

Name the three states of matter.

What are solid, liquid, and gas? 

400

What is Australia? 
400

Number 11.

What is the Pacific Ocean? 

400

Greece's city-states arose as a response to the abundance of these landforms.

What are mountains? 

400

The study of matter and its motion through space and time.

What is physics? 
400

Greek society revolved around this meeting place, usually in the middle of a town or market.

What is an agora? 

500

What is South America? 

500

Number 12.

What is the Southern Ocean? 

500

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The Greeks invented this myth to explain the frequent earthquakes on the island of Crete. 

What is Theseus and the Minotaur? 

500

The study of plants and animals and their relationships with their surroundings.

What is ecology? 

500

Greeks believed in many gods, also known as this.

What is polytheism? 

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