History Chapter 10 p. 159-165
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Lover of wisdom.
Thought of some important rules of mathematics that we still use today.
Passed along an atomic theory, which while not completely accurate, is close to our understanding of atoms today.
A group of philosophers argued that something is true only if someone believes it. They argued that people should do whatever he pleased.
He asked, "What is the best way to believe.
Plato and Aristotle
Name two other Greek philosophers.
The kind of government where each city has its own government that ruled the people.
Sparta and Athens.
The two most important Greek city-states.
the acropolis, agora, theater, gymnasium and stadium
The most important public places in ancient Greece.
The center of the city which were high hills where the Greeks built their city around. As it grows it also becomes a religious center in which temples, shrines, and statues were built to honor the Greek gods.
It was a marketplace where farmers could sell their produce and shopkeepers could sell their wares. It was also a meeting places for men who needed to do government business.
It is usually the largest gathering place in the city. An open place where wooden seats arranged around a stage. As it grew larger the Greeks build stone around the sides of a hill with rows of seats rising one above the other.
A place where where young men spent many hours each day practicing their favorite sports.
A long racing track, straight at one end and rounded at the other.
This is where the most famous ancient stadium was built. This is where the first Olympic games took place in 776 B.C.`
The greatest scientist of ancient Greece. He invented an advanced form of mathematics called calculus.
The Greek was the first to develop this idea of that the citizens of a country should take an active part in the government of the country. It came from two Greek words that mean people and rule.
The first city state to become powerful in Greece.
What was the only occupation of the citizens of Sparta?
They are known for their courage, strength and loyalty.
What were the Spartan known for?
The Spartans only had one occupation- to train and prepare for war. So these people conquered by the Spartans grew the food and did all the other work.
The Greek city that became the greatest cultural center of ancient Greece, as well as the most famous city state.
After the age of 7, the boys in Athens were influenced by whom?
Became one of the greatest political leaders of ancient Greek history. He worked to make Athens a democracy.
Twenty for Spartan men, and 18 for Athenian young men.
At what age did Spartan young men become citizens? Athenian young men?
Sparta or Athens: The greatest cultural center in Greece
Sparta or Athens: Developed the idea of democracy.
Sparta or Athens: Boys are trained to be good citizens.
Sparta or Athens: Boys trained to be loyal soldiers.
Sparta or Athens: Boys become citizens at 18
Sparta or Athens: Boys become citizens at 20.
Sparta or Athens: Philosophers and foreigners are not welcome here.
Sparta or Athens: The first city-state to become powerful.
Sparta or Athens: Most men could not read or write.
Sparta or Athens: All work was done by the helots.
Sparta or Athens: The most famous city-state.
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