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Arts and Humanities
Vocab for Ancient Greece
Terms in this set (19)
A famous writer of fables.
The son of Phillip II; conquered all of the Persian Empire.
A philosopher of ancient Greece; the teacher of Alexander the Great
The city in which Alexander the Great died.
An ancient Greek temple of Apollo where the oracles lived.
Anything heavily influenced by Greek culture.
Greek historian known as the "father of history", observed and wrote about the Persian wars
medical practitioner who is regarded as the father of medicine; author of the oath that all doctors must take to receive their license
The ancient kingdom of Philip II and Alexander the Great where Greek culture was admired and copied. It was located just north of Greece.
King of Macedonia who invaded its neighbor, Greece; also the father of Alexander the Great.
A student of Socrates who began a school in Athens called The Academy.
The first well known philosopher of ancient Greece; known for his method of teaching by asking questions, not lecturing.
Epic composed by Homer based on the Trojan War.
The story written by Homer detailing the long voyage home of Odysseus, a Greek general during the Trojan War.
An architectural style copied from the Greek style.
A group of nations ruled by one authority.
Fictitious stories which teach a lesson.
A group of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain how the world works.
The study of a person's life in general including personal opinions and discussions.
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