a small community or village.
a place that provides protection from weather such as a chance.
a person who lives in a colony
a person who makes money by selling goods
a single ruler who holds all the power in a country or empire.
a member of the more powerful class in ancient Greek society.
one of several people who rule a country or an empire together, sharing the power.
a person who seizes power illegally
a member of a democracy, who has certain rights and responsibilities
a group of citizens in an ancient Greek democracy with the power to pass laws.
the peninsula forming the southern part of the mainland
a marketplace in ancient Greece
a female priest
soldiers who ride on horses
the long narrow body of water between Europe and Asia in present-day Turkey
the hill above a Greek city on which temples were built
the temple honoring the goddess Athena, built on the acropolis above Athena
the art of designing buildings
the art of creating three-dimensional figures from such materials as wood, stone, and clay
the art of writing acting in, producing plays
the search wisdom or knowledge
a country a group that joins with another for a common purpose
the branch of mathematics involving points,lines, planes, and figures
a measure of how far a place on Earth is from an imaginary lines that runs between the north and south poles on the globe.
a measure of how far a place on Earth is from the equator
a settlement in a distance place