pose a series of questions to his students and challenge them to examine the implications of their answers
Student of Socrates. Author of the Republic
workers soldiers and philosophers
Plato's most famous student. Founder of the Lyceum
school for study of all branches of knowledge
the father of history. stressed importance of research
Wrote about the Peloponisian War
hill top, marble temples dedicated to gods and goddesses
land owning nobles, ruled polis
small, powerful elite business class
massive formation of heavily armed foot soldiers
southern part of Greece
most powerful olympian
limited democracy, women inferrior, only male citizens in assembly
monarchy, military society, women could own property
citizens could vote to banish, send away public figure who threatend democracy
Alexander the Great
came to power at age 20, conquered Persia
political turmoil,high moral standards, everyone was morally equal
most powerful governing body of the early republic
members of landholding upper class
farmers,merchants, artisans. Made up most of population
Laws of the Twelve Tables
demand laws be written and displayed
elect officials to protect interest
fought between Rome and Carthage, 3 of them
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