A list of topics that will be discussed at a meeting.
Something from a time more than 2500 years ago.
A city and the surrounding countryside that controls it. It is independent of other cities.
A decision made by people who are in authority (in power).
A person who is accused of a crime.
People vote directly to make decisions rather than having representatives.
A long poem that tells a story, usually about a legendary hero.
A process where names are drawn by chance from a large number of choices.
A government official who works for the court.
A person who speaks in public.
It supports or holds something up.
A person who brings a complaint about another person to court.
A ruler who seizes power and giverns in a harsh, cruel way.
Writings and objects that were created by people living at a certain time.
Residents of Athens who had been born outside the city-state.
People owned either by private Athenians or by the city-states.
The only members of society who could vote and take part in government.
3 Pillars of Athenian Democracy
the assembly, the council, and the court.
A place where citizens would debate, listen, discuss, and vote.
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