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Athens- Chapter 2 and 3
outlet for stream, access from Athens to all parts of Greece
architect who built of Navy and harbors
Athens finest military technology
unit of Measurement metras/feet
walls built around athens, connect athens to piraeus
all citizens voted by the the ekklesia
marketplace, main center of city
Government by a single, sovereign ruler.
3 were selected every 10 years- 1 for religious dutys, 1 for leading war, 1 for court
the Greek statesman and poet Solon (active 594 B.C.) formulated an influential code of laws and has been regarded as the founder of Athenian democracy
cruel and unjust use of power
divided Athens into 10 new tribes - ostracism
the asssembly of at ( and at least 6000) citizens to vote on exiling certain people
rectangular collum with head of Hermes
person or object took blame for crimes against religion when the vialater was unknown
picked randomly - always an odd number
ancient Athenian philosopher
a political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them