5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- lack of good farmland
- a seperation purpose, travel, and trade
- a Why was the sea important to the ancient Greeks?
- b A group of citizens in an ancient Greek democracy with the power to pass laws.
- c A person who seizes power illegally.
- d A person who lives in a colony.
- e Why did Greek settlements often fight one another?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- One of several people who rule a country or empire together, sharing the power.
- Why did aristocrats lose power?
- Greeks worshiped gods, this tells you what about their civilization?
- When was a oligarchy around?
- How did tyrants often lose power?
5 True/False Questions
650, or the third → When was a oligarchy around?
present day → What is the name of the landform on which Greece is situated?
found traveling through mountains difficult → Why didn't the Greeks travel on land?
had too little land to grow everything they required → Why did some Greek settlements trade?
traded to get what they needed → What is one result of ancient Greeks not having enough farmland to feed themselfs.