When did Ancient Greek culture start flourishing?
When did Ancient Greek culture end flourishing?
What influenced the way that ancient Greeks lived?
What did people work and farm in?
A small community or village
A place that provides protection from weather, such as a house
A person who lives in a colony
A person who makes money by selling goods
What was a place with it's own laws, army, money, and government?
One person inherits power
A group of people share power
One person illegally takes power
All citizens share power
A member of the most powerful class of ancient Greek society
A member of a democracy, who has certain rights and responsibilities
A group of citizens in an ancient Greek democracy with the power to pass laws
The peninsula forming the southern part of the mainland of Greece
A marketplace in ancient Greece
A female priest
What was the common enemy of Athens and Sparta by 499 and 479 BCE?
The wars in which Greece fought against the Persians
States that agree to help each other against a common enemy
Soldiers who ride on horses
The long narrow body of water between Europe and Asia in present-day Turkey
The hill above a Greek city on which temples were built
the temple honoring the goddess Athena, built on the acropolis above Athens
A traditional story that helps to explain a cultures beliefs
The art of designing buildings
The art of writing, acting in, and producing plays
the search for wisdom or knowledge
to choose someone to fill an office or a position
The branch of mathematics involving points, lines, planes, and figures
The measure of how far on Earth is from an imaginary line that runs between the North and South Poles on the globe
The measure of how far a place on Earth is from the equator
Etruscans and Greeks
What were the two main places that influenced the culture of ancient Rome?
people from the ancient country of Latium, an area that is now Italy
Once of the seven hills of ancient Rome
an irrigation system invented by the Etruscans
A person trained to fight another person to death for public entertainment
A group of 300 men elected to govern Rome in the Roman Republic
one of two chief leaders in the Roman Replublic
to refuse to approve proposals of government made by the senate
An offical of the Roman Republic elected by the plebeians to protect their rights
A war between two regions of the same country
The wars fought between Rome and Carthage
A pointed instrument used for writing
A large house in the country
A high official in Ancient Rome
having the characteristics of Roman art with a strong Greek influence
A period of European history around the 14th century in which there was a rebirth of interest in art, literature, and learning
An arched structure used to hold up a cieling or roof
A half-round or hemisphere shaped roof
The kind of greek gods
queen of Greek gods, of fertility, and natural childbirth
Greek god of the sea
Greek god of the underworld
God of the sun, poetry and music
Goddess of Love and Beauty
Messenger of the Gods
Goddess of the hearth
Goddess of the hunt and animals, as well as virginity
Who was a mad, murderous emperor of ancient rome?
Who was the last king od Rome?
Who was the first ruler of Rome?
The first 'emperor' of Rome
Who changed the way ancient people thought about modern medicine?
An ancient Greek philosopher
Who was Socrates
Questioning the gods
What was Socrates accused of?
He drank hemlock
How did Socrates die?
Egypt, Greece, Babylon
Which countries did Ancient Greece spread to?
Spain, Gaul, Etruria, Greece, Egypt, Judea, Syria, and Assyria
Whcih countries did Ancient Rome spread to?
He solved some conflicts in ancient Rome
What did Julius Caesar do?
What was the education in Sparta training children to become?
Philosophers, artists, basically thinkers.
What was the education in Athens training children to become?
A household gods, and spirits
What did each household have? (in Ancient Rome)