Greek city-state; geographical and political center of Greek life.
A fortified high point of a Greek city-state; most well known in Athens
An open area at a base of an acropolis of a Greek city-state used as a marketplace and meeting place.
Greek nobles; upper class who were high up in government.
Enslaved people ( usually conquered people) who were owned by the Spartan government.
Military professionals who were adults. Male and Spartan citizens.
Merchants and artisans who worked in Sparta and were neither slaves or citizens
Government in which a few people rule.
Government in which the citizens rule
A document in which list the rules and law for a government.
Three level Greek battleships.
A defensive league lead by Athens
defensive league lead by Sparta,
a militaristic Greek city-state.
A democratic Greek city-state.
A political leader of Athens during th Golden Ages.
A military leader of Athens.
Battle of Marathon
Land battle in which Athens defeated Darius of Persia.
Battle of Salamis
Sea battle in which Athens defeated Xerxes of Persia.
Athenian aristocrat who first introduced the simple democratic vote.