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1 2016 Hellenic History Tournament Instructions

2 1. Thank you Students! 2. Thank you Parents! Thank You! 3. Thank you St Barbara Community & New Haven Chapter! 4. Thank you Volunteers: Question Provider, Chaperones, Set up Crew, Technical Support, Moderators, Scorekeepers, Dispute Resolution Advisor, Photographer! 5. Thank you Participating AHEPA Chapters!

3 Contents 1. Computerized Match Guide 2. Question Format Reminders 3. Match Timing & Rules 4. Team Number Assignments 5. Tournament Bracket (Rounds and Matches) 6. Schedule and venues 7. Prize Amounts

4 Computerized Match Guide

5 Question Format Reminders Most questions and answers were taken from the book Hellenika by T. Peter Limber All questions are in the form of multiple-choice (4 choices) All decisions regarding validity of tournament answers have already been made and are final There are no provisions for challenging these decisions and no resources for evaluating the challenges Using traditional designations of years (BC/AD) vs. recently adopted designations (BCE/CE) Short names for the three broad historical periods used in the tournament: 1. Mycenaean through Hellenistic (1500 BC to 30 BC) = Ancient 2. Roman and Byzantine (29 BC to 1453 AD) = Middle 3. Ottoman and Modern (1454 AD to the present) = Modern Timeline: Each question starts with a year or approximate year. Use this information! e.g AD. Which Sultan conquered Cyprus from the Venetians? c. 240 BC. Who was the first person ever to calculate the circumference of the Earth with some accuracy? Naming conventions: 1. For periods 1 and 2 (through 1453 AD), the names of persons and places are those that are standard in an English-speaking history course. Non-standard transliterations from the Greek are NOT used. Examples: Athens is OK, Athinai is not; Socrates is OK, Sokratis is not; Pericles is OK, Periklis is not, Constantine is OK, Konstantinos is not; etc. 2. For period 3 (1454 AD to the present), Modern Greek transliterations into English are preferred. Examples: Theodoros Kolokotronis is preferred to Theodore Colocotrones; Konstantinos Karamanlis is preferred to Constantine Caramanles, etc.

6 Match Timing Questions / match 24 (4 additional pairs of questions {8} as tie breakers) Minutes / question 1 (seconds / question = 60) Question minutes / match 24 Transition minutes / match 21 (time to move to next match & set up) Total minutes per match 45 (also per round of simultaneous matches) Number of teams 11 Number of matches 14 (5 in Round 1, 5 in R02, 1 in R03, 2 in R04, 1 in R05) Number of rounds 5 Total tournament minutes 225 (5 rounds x 45 minutes per round) Total tournament hours 3.75 (225 minutes / (60 minutes/hour)) Match Rules Match Rules 1. Due to the limited size of the classrooms, competing students, parents and chaperones get priority in that order for a given match. The moderators will make final decision 2. Overflow audiences should watch the matches in the Hall 3. After a match starts, nobody should enter or leave the room until the match ends 4. Answers should be given within a few seconds no time to reflect 5. Moderators should just read the questions and record the answers; they should NOT interact with the competitors in any other way 6. In addition to keeping backup score, the Scorekeeper should ensure that members of the audience DO NOT interact with the students competing in the match 7. In the event of a dispute, the Scorekeeper will summon the Dispute Resolution Advisor (Greg Stamos) Only the team captain is empowered to speak on behalf of the team no parents please! 8. At the end of each match, the Scorekeeper must report the results of the match to the designated control point in the main hall.

7 Team Number Assignments & 1 st Round Matches Team Number Chapter Chapter City Team Name Captain Member2 Member3 T Pawtucket Μολών Λαβέ Vicky Platsidakis Eleni Dafulas Nicholas Zervas T02 35 Nashua Gate City Gyros Jeffrey Johnston George Powell Matthew True T03 98 New Haven Troy Story Paul DeBassio Andreas Lolis Ephemia Nikolakis T New Rochelle Athena's Owls Joanna Georgiou George Kalyvas Alexandros Kerwick T Watertown Socrates Aris Paschalidis Irene Pantekidis Iasonas Zavras T06 Team Withdrawn T07 54 Paramus Saria Panayioti Logothetis Matthew Delaney Fotis Tsambounieris T08 99 Stamford Centaurs of Attention Maia Lee-Chin Giuseppe Ferrara Zachary Filler T New Britain Hip Hoplites Elias Manos Kamila Ciebielski Sophia Manos T10 54 Paramus Akrites Andreas Frangiskou Elizabeth Baltzis Eleni Vardakis T Norwich Athenians Elizabeth Wyland Tessa Carty Evan Novosad T12 99 Stamford Hellenes Alexander Koutsoukos Phoebe Hartch Loukas Koutsoukos Teams were assigned numbers by lottery at the New Haven chapter monthly meeting on November 2, 2016 Participants should know the number and name of their team and of the AHEPA chapter sponsoring them

8 2nd Round Matches (same Team Number Assignments) Team Number Chapter Chapter City Team Name Captain Member2 Member3 T New Rochelle Athena's Owls Joanna Georgiou George Kalyvas Alexandros Kerwick T Watertown Socrates Aris Paschalidis Irene Pantekidis Iasonas Zavras T Pawtucket Μολών Λαβέ Vicky Platsidakis Eleni Dafulas Nicholas Zervas T10 54 Paramus Akrites Andreas Frangiskou Elizabeth Baltzis Eleni Vardakis T New Britain Hip Hoplites Elias Manos Kamila Ciebielski Sophia Manos T07 54 Paramus Saria Panayioti Logothetis Matthew Delaney Fotis Tsambounieris T03 98 New Haven Troy Story Paul DeBassio Andreas Lolis Ephemia Nikolakis T06 Team Withdrawn T02 35 Nashua Gate CityGyros Jeffrey Johnston George Powell Matthew True T12 99 Stamford Hellenes Alexander Koutsoukos Phoebe Hartch Loukas Koutsoukos T08 99 Stamford Centaurs of Attention Maia Lee-Chin Giuseppe Ferrara Zachary Filler T Norwich Athenians Elizabeth Wyland Tessa Carty Evan Novosad Teams were assigned numbers by lottery at the New Haven chapter monthly meeting on November 2, 2016 Participants should know the number and name of their team and of the AHEPA chapter sponsoring them

9 5 Rounds Planned to Give Every Team at Least 2 Matches Round 1 Round 2 Team No. Team Name Match No. Score Team No. Team Name Match No. Score T01 Pawtucket - Μολών Λαβέ T04 New Rochelle - Athena's Owls M01 Winner M06 Winner T02 Nashua - Gate City Gyros T05 Watertown - Socrates T03 New Haven - Troy Story M02 Winner T01 Pawtucket - Μολών Λαβέ M07 Winner T04 New Rochelle - Athena's Owls T10 Paramus - Akrites T07 Paramus - Saria T09 New Britain - Hip Hoplites M03 Winner M08 Winner T08 Stamford - Centaurs of Attention T07 Paramus - Saria T09 New Britain - Hip Hoplites T02 Nashua - Gate City Gyros M04 Winner M09 Winner T10 Paramus - Akrites T12 Stamford - Hellenes T11 Norwich - Athenians T08 Stamford - Centaurs of Attention M05 Winner M10 Winner T12 Stamford - Hellenes T11 Norwich - Athenians Mini Round 3 Team No. Team Name Match No. Score T03 T05 New Haven - Troy Story Watertown - Socrates M11 Winner Round 4 Round 5 Team No. Team Name Match No. Score Team No. Team Name Match No. Score Semifinals Finals Txx #N/A Txx #N/A M12 Winner M14 Champion Txx #N/A Txx #N/A Txx Txx #N/A #N/A M13 Winner

10 Venue Map Room 9 Wide Corridor Room 7 Room 6 Room 4 Library Suzuki Library Grade 7 Narrow Corridor Screen Main Hall

11 Preparation Arrival & Lunch Group Photo & Instructions Volunteer Assignments Start Time 10:00 AM 11:30 AM Schedule and Room Assignments Main Hall Moderator Training New Haven Chapter 12:00 PM Nicholas Nikas Moderator Nina Barclay Library Grade 7 Kristin Esares Dwyer Library Suzuki Angelika Stamos Scorekeeper Jack Isaac James Benas Andy Aros Mentoring Room Room 4 Room 6 Room 7 Steve Sarigianis George Scarveles Vassilios Diakogeorgiou George Syrimis Vivianne Furst Steve Marmarou Round 1 12:30 PM M01 M02 M03 M04 M05 Round 2 1:15 PM M06 M07 M08 M09 M10 Round 3 2:00 PM M11 Round 4 2:45 PM M12 M13 Round 5 3:30 PM M14 Trophy Awards Departure 4:15 PM 4:30 PM DG Greg Simones PARENTS! PLEASE DO NOT INTERACT WITH YOUR STUDENTS IN ANY WAY DURING A MATCH!

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13 MENTORING This year, for the first time, we have a volunteer mentoring program available for your use after you exit the competition Offered by Vasilios Diakogeorgiou, a young professional AHEPAn and father who has been working on developing a high school mentoring program for many years Vasilios is here to talk about strategies to build your resume for the college application process He has a packet with the information if you would like to take the information home with you He has developed a monthly newsletter via the St. Barbara s parish if you would like to be added to the distribution list After round 3, you can find him in Room Library Suzuki

14 PRIZES Winning Team $1,000 per student (x3=$3,000) Second Team $500 per student (x3=$1,500) Total $4,500 Courtesy of Yankee District 7 participating chapters and your local AHEPA Chapter!

15 ΚΑΛΗ ΕΠΙΤΥΧΙΑ! GOOD LUCK! LET THE GAMES BEGIN!

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