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U2 Ancient Greece
Peninsula
Aegean Sea
Colony
Monarchy
A body of land that is surrounded on three sides by water.
An arm of the Mediterranean Sea, off the east coast ... of Greece.
a body of people who settle far from home but maintain ties w…
state ruled over by a single person, as a king or queen
Peninsula
A body of land that is surrounded on three sides by water.
Aegean Sea
An arm of the Mediterranean Sea, off the east coast ... of Greece.
15 terms
U2 Ancient Greece
Peninsula
Aegean Sea
Athens
Sparta
A body of land that is surrounded on three sides by water.
An arm of the Mediterranean Sea, off the east coast of Greece.
a city-state in ancient Greece; the capital of modern-day Gre…
an ancient Greek city famous for military prowess
Peninsula
A body of land that is surrounded on three sides by water.
Aegean Sea
An arm of the Mediterranean Sea, off the east coast of Greece.
10 terms
Ancient Greece Set 2
Drama
Theater
Acropolis
Parthenon
Occurs when the audience knows something important that the c…
the art of writing and producing plays, a collaborative mediu…
A fortified hilltop in an ancient Greek city
the temple honoring the goddess Athena, built on the acropoli…
Drama
Occurs when the audience knows something important that the c…
Theater
the art of writing and producing plays, a collaborative mediu…
14 terms
Ancient Greece 8-2
Aristocrats
Athens
citizen
Cleisthenes
A member of the most powerful class in ancient Greek society;…
A democratic Greek polis who accomplished many cultural achie…
Someone who is legally considered to be a member of a country…
Athenian politican who made the assembly-law making body, gra…
Aristocrats
A member of the most powerful class in ancient Greek society;…
Athens
A democratic Greek polis who accomplished many cultural achie…
Ancient Greece - Section 2
democracy
oligarchy
aristocrats
citizens
A form of government in which people rule themselves
A government in which only a few people have power
rich landowners
People who had the right to participate in government
democracy
A form of government in which people rule themselves
oligarchy
A government in which only a few people have power
17 terms
Ancient Greece 2
calvary
Persian Wars
alliance
Peloponnesian War
a unit of soldiers mounted on horses
a series of wars between Persia and Greece beginning in 480 BC
an agreement to work together
a war between the two great Greek city-states of Athens and S…
calvary
a unit of soldiers mounted on horses
Persian Wars
a series of wars between Persia and Greece beginning in 480 BC
Ancient Greece: Lesson 2
polis
acropolis
agora
citizen
a city-state in ancient Greece
a large hill in ancient Greece where city residents sought sh…
a central area in Greek cities used both as a marketplace and…
a person with certain rights and responsibilities in his or h…
polis
a city-state in ancient Greece
acropolis
a large hill in ancient Greece where city residents sought sh…
36 terms
Ancient Greece Part 2
polis
acropolis, agora, amphitheater, gymnas…
anthropomorphic
ostracism
A city-state in ancient Greece
list the four parts of the Greek polis (city-state)
attributing human characteristics or qualities to objects, an…
Athenian citizens could vote to banish a public figure whom t…
polis
A city-state in ancient Greece
acropolis, agora, amphitheater, gymnas…
list the four parts of the Greek polis (city-state)
Ancient Greece 2
marathon
philosopher
reason
plague
the longest race in the Olympics, a footrace of about 26 miles
lover of wisdom or knowledge
logical thinking
a deadly disease that spreads rapidly from person to person
marathon
the longest race in the Olympics, a footrace of about 26 miles
philosopher
lover of wisdom or knowledge
9 terms
Ancient Greece Part 2
jury
Socrates
Plato
Pericles
a group of citizens chosen to hear evidence and make decision…
teacher who taught students to search for wisdom and there fi…
student of Socrates who wrote down his teachings
Ruler during the "Golden Age" of Athens; gave poor citizens a…
jury
a group of citizens chosen to hear evidence and make decision…
Socrates
teacher who taught students to search for wisdom and there fi…
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Ancient Greece Vocabulary #2
decline
legendary
remarkable
classical
a gradual and continuous loss of strength, numbers, quality,…
remarkable enough to be famous; very well known
worthy of being noticed
of the most highly developed stage of an early civilization
decline
a gradual and continuous loss of strength, numbers, quality,…
legendary
remarkable enough to be famous; very well known
Oat : Ancient Greece (2)
Zeus
Mount Olympus
Myths
Olymipics
Was the ruler of gods
The highest mountain in Greece
Stories that is not real
We're games held every four years to honored the Zeus.
Zeus
Was the ruler of gods
Mount Olympus
The highest mountain in Greece
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Ancient Greece Vocab #2
geography of Greece
Greece
peninsula
Minoan
soil was rocky and poor... Greeks could not grow enough food... bec…
on a peninsula in Europe that extends into the Mediterranean…
body of land with water on almost all sides
first Greek civilization began on the island of Crete... they we…
geography of Greece
soil was rocky and poor... Greeks could not grow enough food... bec…
Greece
on a peninsula in Europe that extends into the Mediterranean…
10 terms
Ancient Greece 2
Homer
Herodotus
Socrates
Alexander the Great
Blind poet and author of The Iliad and The Odyssey.
Father of History who wrote about the Persian Wars.
Greek philosopher and one of the founders of modern Western t…
King of Macedonian who conquered Greece and from Egypt to nor…
Homer
Blind poet and author of The Iliad and The Odyssey.
Herodotus
Father of History who wrote about the Persian Wars.
Ancient Greece 6.2
immortal
tribute
oracle
philosopher
Someone or something that lives forever
A payment made by a less powerful state or nation to a more p…
In ancient Greece, a sacred site where it was believed the go…
Someone who used reason to understand the world; in Greece th…
immortal
Someone or something that lives forever
tribute
A payment made by a less powerful state or nation to a more p…
lesson 2 ancient greece
tyrant
oligarchy
democracy
helots
an absolute ruler unrestrained by law
a government in which a small group has control
a government by the people
enslaved people in ancient Sparta
tyrant
an absolute ruler unrestrained by law
oligarchy
a government in which a small group has control
19 terms
Ancient Greece #2
Cyrus the Great
Cavalry
Strategy
Darius I
king of Persia and founder of the Persian empire
a unit of soldiers that ride horses
a plan for fighting a battle or war
king of Persia who expanded the empire and invaded Greece but…
Cyrus the Great
king of Persia and founder of the Persian empire
Cavalry
a unit of soldiers that ride horses
20 terms
Ancient Greece 2
Agora
Helots
Athena
Assembly
A market place
Slaves, the people living in areas conquered by Spartans.
Goddess who battled Poseidon for control of Athens. Supposedl…
Group of free males, 18 years and older, who lived in Athens…
Agora
A market place
Helots
Slaves, the people living in areas conquered by Spartans.
28 terms
ancient Greece 2
spartan
spartan men
spartan girl
ephors
Sparta was one of the strongest city-states in Greece.It was…
at the age of 7 boys needed to left their families to go trai…
Women received an education and physical training.... They had P…
5 of these were elected annually and worked for the Spartan g…
spartan
Sparta was one of the strongest city-states in Greece.It was…
spartan men
at the age of 7 boys needed to left their families to go trai…
5 terms
Ancient Greece Vocabulary 2
monarchy
oligarchy
tyranny
democracy
Government by a king or queen
Government by a few leaders
An oppressive, cruel ruler who holds absolute rule
Government by the people
monarchy
Government by a king or queen
oligarchy
Government by a few leaders
22 terms
U2 Ancient Greece
Peninsula
Aegean Sea
Colony
Monarchy
A body of land that is surrounded on three sides by water.
An arm of the Mediterranean Sea, off the east coast ... of Greece.
a body of people who settle far from home but maintain ties w…
state ruled over by a single person, as a king or queen
Peninsula
A body of land that is surrounded on three sides by water.
Aegean Sea
An arm of the Mediterranean Sea, off the east coast ... of Greece.
17 terms
Ancient Greece Quiz #2
Helots
Hellenistic Period
Homer
Oligarchy
The ____ were the serfs or slaves that worked for the Spartan…
Period of Ancient Greece lasted from 323 BC when Alexander th…
A Greek epic poet who wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey.
A type of government where the power is held by a few people.…
Helots
The ____ were the serfs or slaves that worked for the Spartan…
Hellenistic Period
Period of Ancient Greece lasted from 323 BC when Alexander th…
7 terms
Ancient Greece 9-2
Delian League
Alexander the Great
Sparta
Athens
Alliance between Athens and many of its allied cities followi…
He and his father defeated and united the weakened Greek city…
Greek city-state that was ruled by an oligarchy, focused on m…
A democratic Greek polis who accomplished many cultural achie…
Delian League
Alliance between Athens and many of its allied cities followi…
Alexander the Great
He and his father defeated and united the weakened Greek city…
5 terms
Ancient Greece Vocabulary 2
monarchy
oligarchy
tyranny
democracy
Government by a king or queen
Government by a few leaders
An oppressive, cruel ruler who holds absolute rule
Government by the people
monarchy
Government by a king or queen
oligarchy
Government by a few leaders
5 terms
Ancient Greece Vocabulary #2
philosopher
Athens
Sparta
Hellenistic
a person who believes in the power of the human mind to think…
an ancient city and modern capital of Greece; where the first…
an ancient city in Greece;its society was dominated by the mi…
Greek-like;heavily influenced by Greek ideas
philosopher
a person who believes in the power of the human mind to think…
Athens
an ancient city and modern capital of Greece; where the first…
10 terms
Ancient Greece 2
Homer
Herodotus
Socrates
Alexander the Great
Blind poet and author of The Iliad and The Odyssey.
Father of History who wrote about the Persian Wars.
Greek philosopher and one of the founders of modern Western t…
King of Macedonian who conquered Greece and from Egypt to nor…
Homer
Blind poet and author of The Iliad and The Odyssey.
Herodotus
Father of History who wrote about the Persian Wars.
8 terms
Ancient Greece 2
Persia
Darius
Marathon
Xerxes
An ancient empire in what is southwestern Iran today.
The king of Persia.
Site of the famous battle fought between the armies of Persia…
The son of Darius; became the Persian king. He vowed revenge…
Persia
An ancient empire in what is southwestern Iran today.
Darius
The king of Persia.
Ancient Greece - Term 2
peninsula
Isthmus
Minoans
Knossos
Land surrounded by water on 3 sides
Narrow strip of land connecting two larger areas of land
A Bronze Age civilization on the island of Crete from 2200 BC…
City of largest palace on ancient Greece
peninsula
Land surrounded by water on 3 sides
Isthmus
Narrow strip of land connecting two larger areas of land
14 terms
Ancient Greece - Block 2
Polis
Classical
Acropolis
Democracy
The Greek word for city-state.
Age that is marked by great achievements.
A high hill.
Type of government in which people rule themselves.
Polis
The Greek word for city-state.
Classical
Age that is marked by great achievements.
19 terms
Ancient Greece 2
myth
ritual
oracle
fable
A traditional story with Gods or Goddesses to explain the world
a system of rites, religious or otherwise; a prescribed form…
a sacred shrine where a priest or priestess spoke for a god o…
a short story, typically with animals as characters, conveyin…
myth
A traditional story with Gods or Goddesses to explain the world
ritual
a system of rites, religious or otherwise; a prescribed form…
8 terms
Ancient Greece 2 - Mulsow
Polis
Acropolis
monarchy
aristocracy
A city-state in ancient Greece
A fortified hilltop in an ancient Greek city. The most famous…
A government with a hereditary, single leader, like a king or…
A government in which power is in the hands of a hereditary r…
Polis
A city-state in ancient Greece
Acropolis
A fortified hilltop in an ancient Greek city. The most famous…
10 terms
Ancient Greece - VAAP 2
Athens Government
Athens Society
Athens Boys
Athens Girls
Democracy was the best type of government for this group of p…
This group focused on the individual. They thought it was imp…
Education was very important. They learned reading, writing,…
They were not allowed to be apart of the democracy. They lear…
Athens Government
Democracy was the best type of government for this group of p…
Athens Society
This group focused on the individual. They thought it was imp…
10 terms
Ancient Greece part 2
Sparta was ancient Greece's most power…
People met in the . . . to elect leade…
In Athens each . . . voted on governme…
The story of Hercules comes from Greek…
oligarchy
agora
citizen
mythology
Sparta was ancient Greece's most power…
oligarchy
People met in the . . . to elect leade…
agora
8 terms
Ancient Greece 2
custom
Olympics
Zeus
myth
a practice that is common to a particular group of people
An ancient Greek festival in honor of the god Zeus, which too…
the supreme god of ancient Greek mythology
A traditional story with Gods or Goddesses to explain the world
custom
a practice that is common to a particular group of people
Olympics
An ancient Greek festival in honor of the god Zeus, which too…
Ancient History Greece 2
What is the Geography/Topography of Gr…
What is a/the Polis?
What is the Acropolis?
What are the qualifications of Citizen…
Mountains, few rivers and fertile land
a City-State (Athens was the biggest Polis, Sparta smallest c…
fortified citadel built on a rocky hill (Athens has the bigge…
male gender, native born, landownership (= $/status), age
What is the Geography/Topography of Gr…
Mountains, few rivers and fertile land
What is a/the Polis?
a City-State (Athens was the biggest Polis, Sparta smallest c…
10 terms
Ancient Greece 2
Hoplite
Greek Phalanx
Leonidas
Cuirass
Heavily armored Greek infantryman who fought in the close-pac…
A military formation, standing shield to shield, of foot sold…
King of Sparta and hero of the battle of Thermopylae where he…
Hoplite body armor made of bronze and had muscles etched into…
Hoplite
Heavily armored Greek infantryman who fought in the close-pac…
Greek Phalanx
A military formation, standing shield to shield, of foot sold…
3 terms
Ancient Greece Part 2
Olympic Games
Olympus
Zeus
A festival held every four years in ancient Greeks where athl…
The largest mountain in Greece where ancient Greeks believed…
The highest of the gods and ruled over the earth and humankin…
Olympic Games
A festival held every four years in ancient Greeks where athl…
Olympus
The largest mountain in Greece where ancient Greeks believed…
40 terms
Unit 2 Ancient Greece
Democracy
Cleisthenes
Polis
Agora
A government run by the people in which rule is either direct…
An aristocrat, becomes a tyrant, created a council of 500 and…
Ancient Greek term for city-state
Central spot in Ancient Greek cities, translates to "the gath…
Democracy
A government run by the people in which rule is either direct…
Cleisthenes
An aristocrat, becomes a tyrant, created a council of 500 and…
27 terms
Ancient Greece Test #2
Canon
Classical Age
Hellenistic Period
Humanism
written by Polykleitos, an established set of laws that expla…
• period from 480 to 323BCE... •arts, theatre, and architecture…
• period from 336 to 100BCE... • all Greek city-states weakened…
perfection of man; ideal perfection, look like the gods
Canon
written by Polykleitos, an established set of laws that expla…
Classical Age
• period from 480 to 323BCE... •arts, theatre, and architecture…
Ancient Greece
Draco
Agora
507 BC
Rhetoric
King who made laws for Athens
Central place in the city / market place
the year that Democracy was established in Athens
art of using language to persuade someone of the truth
Draco
King who made laws for Athens
Agora
Central place in the city / market place
Ancient Greece - Part 2
agora
monarchy
oligarchy
democracy
an open area that served as both a market and a meeting place
a system of government with rule by a royal family
a system of government with rule by a small, rich, powerful g…
a system of government with rule by its citizens
agora
an open area that served as both a market and a meeting place
monarchy
a system of government with rule by a royal family
12 terms
Ancient Greece Part 2
monarchy
oligarchy
aristocracy
democracy
form of government in which a single person, called a monarch…
type of government in which a relatively small number of peop…
were very wealthy and noble land-owning families whose rule w…
a government in which the people have the power to make polit…
monarchy
form of government in which a single person, called a monarch…
oligarchy
type of government in which a relatively small number of peop…
Ancient Greece2
Peloponnesian War
Macedonia
Philip II
Professional Army
war that severely weakened several Greek city-states, causing…
cold and rough kingdom located just north of Greece; looked d…
23 year old who became king of Macedonia in 259 B.C.; transfo…
this was what Philip II transformed the rugged peasants under…
Peloponnesian War
war that severely weakened several Greek city-states, causing…
Macedonia
cold and rough kingdom located just north of Greece; looked d…
12 terms
Ancient Greece Lesson 2
polis
acropolis
agora
citizen
a city-state
a large hill
a central area used as a market place
a person with rights and responsibilites
polis
a city-state
acropolis
a large hill
13 terms
Ancient Greece test #2
Athens
Sparta
Corinth
Megara
Democracy, known for education and art
Oligarchy, known for military
Monarchy, known for problem solving
Monarchy, known for trading textile
Athens
Democracy, known for education and art
Sparta
Oligarchy, known for military
Ancient Greece Section 2
Polis
Acropolis
Monarchy
Oligarchy
City-state made of 2 levels(1 for gods, 1 for regular citizens)
City-state dedicated to gods/goddesses
Government with a king or queen with all the power(Athens), one
Government formed of the business class(Athens), few
Polis
City-state made of 2 levels(1 for gods, 1 for regular citizens)
Acropolis
City-state dedicated to gods/goddesses
21 terms
Ancient Greece Section 2
The consequence if farmers could not r…
groups which small farmers joined with…
The demands for change and unrest amon…
two types of governments that began to…
Nobles took their land
merchants and artisans (although merchants had become wealthy…
tyrants (while today we think of tyrants as someone who is ha…
Oligarchy and Democracy
The consequence if farmers could not r…
Nobles took their land
groups which small farmers joined with…
merchants and artisans (although merchants had become wealthy…
13 terms
Ancient Greece 2
covetous
Acropolis
Thebes
Phoenicia
wrongly desirous of wealth and possessions
the high fortified area of an ancient Greek city
an ancient city of Greece a rival of ancient Athens
an ancient kingdom on the Mediterranean
covetous
wrongly desirous of wealth and possessions
Acropolis
the high fortified area of an ancient Greek city
22 terms
Ancient Greece 2
epic
myth
fable
Sparta Government:
Long heroic poem
a story,not always true,that describes an idea of how the wor…
short story usually involving animals that teaches a moral le…
part democracy, monarchy, and oligarchy
epic
Long heroic poem
myth
a story,not always true,that describes an idea of how the wor…
Ancient Greece part 2
Types of art that increaced
Pericles
Three goals of Pericles
Direct democracy
Drama, sculpture, poetry, philosophy, architecture, and scien…
Athens leader in Golden Age.
Strengthen democracy, strengthen empire, and glorify Athens.
Citizens rule not through representatives.
Types of art that increaced
Drama, sculpture, poetry, philosophy, architecture, and scien…
Pericles
Athens leader in Golden Age.
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