Ancient Greece review
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Which war was between Athens and Sparta?
This city-state was a strong military state (army)
Temple in Athens honoring Athena
Socrates, Plato, Aristotle
Three famous Greek philosophers
Citizens (adult males born in Athens)
Athens' government was run by these people
Greece's power was weakened
One result of the Peloponnesian War
Part of Alexander the Great's legacy
Geographical feature that made trade difficult in Greece
a time of peace, wealth and prosperity in Greece under Pericles
epic poet who wrote the Iliad and Odyssey
Greece won and they grew more powerful
One result of the Persian War
They encouraged people to think for themselves and use reason
One reason philosophers' thinking was a turning point
Athens' famous ruler for 30 years. Under him Greece had a "Golden Age"
the simplest of the Greek columns
the fanciest of the Greek columns with "leafy" top
Greek column with "scroll" design at the top
Women could not participate in government
One way the US democracy is different from Greece's
We have 12 jurors who must agree but Greece had at least 201 or more with a majority vote
One was the US jury system is different from Greece's
US citizens vote for representatives who make decisions for us
Why isn't the US government a "direct democracy"?
Greek root words, columns, theater, Olympics, jury system, democracy, philosophy
Greek innovations that continue to influence today's world
Alexander the Great's teacher
He conquered Persia and created an empire at an early age
One reason Alexander was so "great"
Greece's first philosopher and Plato's teacher
having well-rounded, educated citizens who participate in government
Main focus of the city-state Athens
the Ancient Olympics honored this Greek god
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