Dark Age, population
As Greece recovered from its _____ _____ its _____ rose quickly.
Cities began sending people (They started colonies)
Cause: By 700 B.C., farmers could no longer grow enough grain to feed everyone
A _____ is a settlementy in a new territory that keeps close ties to its homeland
With each new colony, Greek culture spread farther
Cause: Between 750 B.C and 550 B.C., adventurous Greeks streamed to the coasts of several countries including Italy, France, Spain, North Aftrica, etc.
Overseas trade got an extra boost when Greeks began to mint coins
What occurred in 600's B.C.?
Merchants were soon exchanging goods for _____ rather than for more _____
money, grow, smaller, easier
The use of ______ helped trade to _____ because money is ______ and ______ to trade than bartered goods
_____ means to trade goods or services without the exchange of money
trade, industry, goods, producers, pace
The growth of _____ led to the growth of ____. As the demand for _____ grew, ______ had to keep _____
oil and entertainment industry
Please name 2 industries today that exist in our society
demand/desire (buy), producers
the more people _____ a product the more the _____ has to supply it
People in different areas began specializaing in making certain products (or also known as _______) (remember Chapter 1 Section 1)
a tiny independent country
Who ruled in a polis?
safe refuge in case of attacks and a religious center and debate issues
What was the purpose of the Acropolis?
an open area; a market and place where people could meet and debate issues
Describe an Agora. What was its purpose?
As the idea of citizenship developed, however, the _______ system changed
D. the city-states had begun to depend on armies of ordinary citizens called hoplites
What occurred in 700 B.C.?
A. the city-states had begun to not rely on armies of ordinary citizens called hoplites
B. The city-states had begun to depend on armies of citizens called trooplites
C. The city-states had begun to depend on armies of ordinary non-citizens called hoplites
D. The city-states had begun to depend on armies of ordinary citizens called hoplites
Because as citizens they took pride in fighting for their city-state
why did Hoplites make good soldiers?
Because hometown loyalties also divided the Greeks and caused them to distrust one another
Why did a lack of unity always exist among the Greek city-states?