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Greece! (Social Studies)
This is a study guide about Greece!
Terms in this set (18)
The _____ was the center of the political and social lives of the Ancient Greeks.
The Government of ______ was a direct Democracy.
Most of Greece is covered by __________ which separate the Greek City-States.
The basic unit of Government in Ancient Greece was the __________.
Citizenship in Athens was limited to ____ _____ _____.
Free Adult Males
Invented by the Ancient Greeks, _____ told stories with Actors on a Stage.
To prevent being conquered by the Persians, many City-States united and formed the ______ ______.
__________, A city in Egypt, was the center of learning in the Hellenistic world,
_____ beloved the best type of government was led by a Philosopher-King.
_________ and __________ were Ancient Greek writers of history.
Herodotus | Thucydides
The 3 great Ancient Greek Philosophers were ________, _____, And _________.
Socrates | Plato | Aristotle
_________ used primary source documents and Eyewitness accounts to write his history.
Greek Resentment over the wealth of Athens Helped lead to ___ _____________ ___
The Peloponnesian War
The Knowledge of the Greeks, Indians, Egyptians, and Persians was combined in the ___________.
______ _ __ _______ was the first king to unite the Greek City-States under one ruler.
Philip The Second of Macedon
What were the two basic ideas Ancient Greek Philosophers had About the universe.
1. The Universe is put together in an orderly way and is controlled by the laws of nature.
2. People can understand these laws.
How did Life in Sparta differ from life in Athens? How were they similar? ( open response)
• Sparta organized everything around its military needs. Boys were sent to school to be good soldiers and spent most of their lives in the military, far away from their families. Family life was less important and women were encouraged to be very independent.
• In Athens, people served in the military only when needed , but their army was still very strong. Boys went to school to become good citizens. Family life was important, and women were expected to be wives and mothers. Women had fewer rights and less independence than in Sparta. Also, in Athens, the arts and learning grew and flourished.
How did the geography of Ancient Greece affect the development of Greek civilization? (Open response)
1.) Greece is mad up of mostly of islands and peninsulas —> Greeks became sailors and Traders.
2.) Greece had little good farmland —> Greeks had to trade for most of their food.
3.) The Greek Mainland is very mountainous
—> City-States Developed independently and very differently from one another.
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