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MVM 6th Grade Social Studies Final - Chapter 7

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The mountains of Greece made transportation difficult in ancient times. This made it difficult for Greeks to unite under a ____________ government.
ideas
The Greeks used seas as transportation routes. They used these transportation routes for trade, which brought new ______ from other lands.
unifying
The Greeks built ships for fishing and for battle. They also fished on the seas and used the seas for major transportation. Because of all the cultural activity that occurred that was related to the seas, it was the most important factor in ________ Greece.
devine
Greek gods had human and ___________ qualities. That meant they had the power of gods but acted like humans.
humans
Greek Gods looked like _____________.
polytheism
Like other ancient people, Greeks believed in many Gods, which is called ______________.
emotions
Greek gods had ___________ like love, anger and jealousy, and Greek people liked to talk about them.
protect
Each Greek city had a special god or goddess to __________ it.
myths
_________ are stories that people tell to explain beliefs about their world. They often begin as oral stories and later are written down.
creation
Greeks developed myths to explain the ______________ of the world and human beings.
humans
Myths describe the gods and goddesses and how they related to one another and ______________.
rock
Prometheus was a god who stole fire from the gods and gave it to humans. Zeus punished him by turning him into a ______.
temples
Greeks created statues of gods and built __________ to worship them.
holy festivals
Greeks held special events like ________________ to honor gods.
Olympics
The _______________ were games held every four years as part of a major festival that honored Zeus.
city-state
Greece was divided into smaller regions called ___________, which was a state formed by a city and its surrounding lands. They were small anc covered between 50 and 500 square miles.
independent
Each city-state of Greece was _______________, and their people figured out what government worked best for them. Each city state used a different political system.
monarchy
The earliest form of government in Greece was a __________, which was ruled by a king or queen,
aristocracy
Some Greek city-states were ________________, and were ruled by the upper class of society or nobles.
tyrant
Someone who took power in an illegal way was known as a _________.
citizen
Greeks introduced the idea of being a ______________, which meant that the person was loyal to one country and entitled to protection by it.
adult males
In Greece, only _____________ could be citizens.
limited
Athens established a direct democracy with __________ benefits.
ostracized
In Athens, people who were a threat to society were put before a vote by an assembly. The assembly could send the person away for 10 years. This person had been ____________.
democracy
Sparta had a government that was part monarchy, part oligarchy and part ______________.
supervisors
Two kings ruled Sparta, and five elected ______________ ran the government
Council of Elders
In Sparta, the _________________ proposed laws
army
Because Sparta conquered surrounding lands to grow, it had to become a state that focused everything on building an ___________.
enslaved people.
Athenian society was divided into four main classes; citizens, women, non-citizen free persons and _____________.
mines
Enslaved people of Athens worked in homes, agriculture, industry and _____________.