a city-state in ancient Greece; the capital of modern day Greece.
A public market and meeting place in an ancient Greek city; the Agora, spelled with a capital a, refers to the agora of Athens.
a seller of goods
condition of being owned by, and forced to work for someone else.
a city state in ancient Greece
in ancient Sparta, the term for slaves who were owned by the state.
(431-404 B.C)fought between Athens and Sparta in ancient Greece; almost every other Greek city state was involved in the war.
a widespread disease
an action taken to isolate the enemy and cut off its supplies
a person who belongs to a group that others consider wild, or uncivilized
to murder for political reasons
Alexander The Great
King of Macedonia (356-323 B.C); conquered Persia and Egypt and invaded India
Describing Greek or culture after the death of Alexander the Great, including the three main kingdoms formed by the breakup of Alexander's empire.