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Greece Vocabulary Lucas
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Alexander the Great
Military leader who created one of the largest empires in the world. He conquered large areas of Africa, Asia, and Europe.
Made science advancements such as the water screw and displacement.
Political philosopher who taught using reason and logic.
An alliance with other city-states for defense and to protect trade.
Adult males who were not slaves or foreigners; these people were allowed in to vote and make all the decisions affecting the people.
People rule themselves, unique among city-states and developed over centuries.
All citizens participate directly in the government.
The spread of Greek culture and ideas because of Alexander's conquests.
Governed by kings.
Body of myths and teachings that belong to the ancient Greeks concerning their gods and heroes and the nature of the world
Governed by one leader through force
Of Macedonia conquered and United the Greek city-states, the father of Alexander the Great
Political philosopher who created a school to discuss society
Citizens are allowed to debate issues in public
Made advances in geometry (Pythagoras Theorem)
Philosophy, government, Socratic questioning
A city and surrounding land that was independently ruled
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