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Ancient Greece
Oracle
Fable
Agora
Priestess
To find about the future many Greece's visited an oracle.
A fable is a short tale that teaches a lesson.
A marketplace in ancient Greece.
A female priest.
Oracle
To find about the future many Greece's visited an oracle.
Fable
A fable is a short tale that teaches a lesson.
10 terms
Ancient Greece
city-state:
agora:
colonization:
achievement:
an independent entity whose territory consists of a city whic…
a gathering place or market in Ancient Greece
the process of establishing a colony or settlement in a new a…
: a result gained by effort; a great or heroic deed
city-state:
an independent entity whose territory consists of a city whic…
agora:
a gathering place or market in Ancient Greece
91 terms
Ancient Greece
Did Ancient Greece develop as a unifie…
What was the Delian League? Why was it…
Who was responsible for spreading Gree…
Whose death marks the beginning of the…
They organized their civilization into many city-states that…
The unifying of the Greek city-states forces. They formed bec…
Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great
Did Ancient Greece develop as a unifie…
They organized their civilization into many city-states that…
What was the Delian League? Why was it…
The unifying of the Greek city-states forces. They formed bec…
9 terms
Ancient Greece
how five cultural periods are visually…
major traits and characteristics
Ancient Greece - Geometric Period
Orientalizing Period
...
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dominated pottery done in ancient greece time
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how five cultural periods are visually…
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major traits and characteristics
...
18 terms
Ancient Greece
Peninsula
Alps
Northern European Plain
North Atlantic Drift
A body of land nearly surrounded by water
Europe's tallest mountain range, stretching across southern E…
Vast area of flat or gently rolling land from France to Russia
Warm ocean current that helps keep Europe's climate mild
Peninsula
A body of land nearly surrounded by water
Alps
Europe's tallest mountain range, stretching across southern E…
33 terms
Greece (Ancient)
Socrates
Plato
Aristotle
Alexander the Great
A Greek philosopher who told his students to question! "The u…
A student of Socrates. He wrote The Republic and did NOT beli…
A student of Plato and a great scientist of the Ancient world…
Not a philosopher, but a student of Aristotle. A military lea…
Socrates
A Greek philosopher who told his students to question! "The u…
Plato
A student of Socrates. He wrote The Republic and did NOT beli…
17 terms
Ancient Greece
DIRECT DEMOCRACY
MYTHOLOGY
POLIS
ATHENS
Citizens represent themselves by voting on laws/issues.
Stories about gods and heroes that try to explain how the wor…
A city-state in Greece
A democratic Greek polis who accomplished many cultural achie…
DIRECT DEMOCRACY
Citizens represent themselves by voting on laws/issues.
MYTHOLOGY
Stories about gods and heroes that try to explain how the wor…
30 terms
Ancient Greece
peninsula
terrain
city-states
polis
A piece of land that is surrounded by water on three sides.
Land
Different sections of land owned by the same country but rule…
Another name for a city-state in ancient Greece
peninsula
A piece of land that is surrounded by water on three sides.
terrain
Land
39 terms
Ancient Greece
Doric Column
Alexander the Great
Philip II
Ionic Column
Doric columns are very plain. The top, called the capital, is…
son of Philip II; received military training in Macedonian ar…
23 year old who became king of Macedonia in 259 B.C.; transfo…
This is a Greek column with short, fluted shafts and scroll-l…
Doric Column
Doric columns are very plain. The top, called the capital, is…
Alexander the Great
son of Philip II; received military training in Macedonian ar…
27 terms
Ancient Greece
Peloponnesian War
Macedonia
Aristotle
Alexander the Great
the war fought between Athens and Sparta that involved other…
kingdom located north of Greece
Greek philosopher and author of works on logic, science, and…
(356 BCE-323 BCE) He conquered most of the ancient world from…
Peloponnesian War
the war fought between Athens and Sparta that involved other…
Macedonia
kingdom located north of Greece
Ancient Greece
City-states (polis)
Polis
Athens
Direct democracy
In ancient Greece - a city & the surrounding area. ... They wer…
Greek term for a city-state in ancient Greece
A city-state of ancient Greece that was first to have a democ…
Type of democracy practiced in Athens; ALL citizens participa…
City-states (polis)
In ancient Greece - a city & the surrounding area. ... They wer…
Polis
Greek term for a city-state in ancient Greece
51 terms
Ancient Greece
Alexander the Great
Parthenon (Athens)
Phalanx
Socrates-Plato-Aristotle
Hellenic ruler of Macedonia that conquered the Persian Empire…
Temple to Athena built to commemorate the Greek's victory ove…
Military formation for heavy infantry made up of rows of sold…
Great philosophers of Ancient Greece.
Alexander the Great
Hellenic ruler of Macedonia that conquered the Persian Empire…
Parthenon (Athens)
Temple to Athena built to commemorate the Greek's victory ove…
32 terms
Ancient Greece
City-states (polis)
Polis
Athens
Direct democracy
In ancient Greece - a city & the surrounding area. ... They wer…
Greek term for a city-state in ancient Greece
A city-state of ancient Greece that was first to have a democ…
Type of democracy practiced in Athens; ALL citizens participa…
City-states (polis)
In ancient Greece - a city & the surrounding area. ... They wer…
Polis
Greek term for a city-state in ancient Greece
10 terms
Ancient Greece
Polis
Myth
Philosopher
Tyranny
A Greek city-state
Legend or story used by ancient cultures to explain natural o…
Someone who seeks knowledge or enlightenment
Rule by terror or force
Polis
A Greek city-state
Myth
Legend or story used by ancient cultures to explain natural o…
24 terms
Ancient Greece
Acropolis
Aristocracy
Monarchy
Oligarchy
Highest and most fortified point within a Greek city-state.
Government headed by privileged minority or upper class.
Government in which a king or queen exercises central power.
Government in which ruling power belongs to a few people.
Acropolis
Highest and most fortified point within a Greek city-state.
Aristocracy
Government headed by privileged minority or upper class.
10 terms
Ancient Greece
polis
acropolis
democracy
city-state
A Greek city-state.
The highest point in Athens where temples were built for the…
a government ruled by the people.
A city and its surrounding lands functioning as an independen…
polis
A Greek city-state.
acropolis
The highest point in Athens where temples were built for the…
57 terms
Ancient Greece
Alexander the Great
Athenian Acropolis
Cyrus the Great
Palace at Knossos
Alexander the Great
Athenian Acropolis
51 terms
Ancient Greece
Alexander the Great
Parthenon (Athens)
Phalanx
Socrates-Plato-Aristotle
Hellenic ruler of Macedonia that conquered the Persian Empire…
Temple to Athena built to commemorate the Greek's victory ove…
Military formation for heavy infantry made up of rows of sold…
Great philosophers of Ancient Greece.
Alexander the Great
Hellenic ruler of Macedonia that conquered the Persian Empire…
Parthenon (Athens)
Temple to Athena built to commemorate the Greek's victory ove…
36 terms
Ancient Greece
Aegean
Black Sea
Bronze Age Civilization
Crete
an arm of the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey
a sea between Europe and Asia
A civilization in the Bronze Age (est. 2800 B.C.)
the largest Greek island in the Mediterranean
Aegean
an arm of the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey
Black Sea
a sea between Europe and Asia
12 terms
Ancient Greece
Democracy
Direct Democracy
Representative Democracy
Europe
A form of government in which citizens govern themselves
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
A system of government in which citizens elect representative…
The second smallest continent in surface area. Greece is loca…
Democracy
A form of government in which citizens govern themselves
Direct Democracy
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
Ancient Greece
Greece
peninsula
sea
mountains
a country in South Eastern Europe
land surrounded on 3 sides by water
a body of water
The land in Greece has many mountains and hills
Greece
a country in South Eastern Europe
peninsula
land surrounded on 3 sides by water
10 terms
Ancient Greece
Minoans
Mycenaeans
Athens
Sparta
A relatively advanced civilization which lived on the island…
A warlike people and civilization in Greece from 1600-1100BCE…
A Greek city-state and the birthplace of democracy.
A Greek city-state which was the primary military power on la…
Minoans
A relatively advanced civilization which lived on the island…
Mycenaeans
A warlike people and civilization in Greece from 1600-1100BCE…
10 terms
Ancient Greece
Architecture
citizen
city-state
Athens
is the art and design of buildings.
a citizen is a member of the community with rights and respon…
A city-state is a small country in Ancient Greece that includ…
Athens was a city-state in Greece where reading, speeches, an…
Architecture
is the art and design of buildings.
citizen
a citizen is a member of the community with rights and respon…
25 terms
Ancient Greece
direct democracy
city-state
Plato
Olympic Games
A government where citizens vote on all laws. Athens had this…
A city and its surrounding lands functioning as an independen…
One of the great Greek philosophers, believed in rule by smal…
began in Olympia, Greece, as athletic contests to honor Zeus,…
direct democracy
A government where citizens vote on all laws. Athens had this…
city-state
A city and its surrounding lands functioning as an independen…
Ancient Greece
King Cecrops
Draco
Solon
Agora
Half man and half snake
King who made laws for Athens
King & law maker of Athens
Central place in the city / market place
King Cecrops
Half man and half snake
Draco
King who made laws for Athens
27 terms
Ancient Greece
Trojan War
phalanx
direct democracy
city-state
a war between the Greeks and the people of Troy, a blend of m…
A Spartan army formation with overlapping shields
A government where citizens vote on all laws. Athens had this…
A city and its surrounding lands functioning as an independen…
Trojan War
a war between the Greeks and the people of Troy, a blend of m…
phalanx
A Spartan army formation with overlapping shields
12 terms
Ancient Greece
Geography
Cultural Perspectives
Diffusion
Polis
the study of the earth's features and atmosphere, and how hum…
the way in which a particular group of people looks at life,…
a spreading out (as in culture)
Greek city-state
Geography
the study of the earth's features and atmosphere, and how hum…
Cultural Perspectives
the way in which a particular group of people looks at life,…
19 terms
Ancient Greece
agora
acropolis
polis
monarchy
an open area that served as both a market and a meeting place
a fortified area at the top of a hill, sometimes used for rel…
a Greek city-state, which was like a tiny independent country
a system of government with rule by a royal family
agora
an open area that served as both a market and a meeting place
acropolis
a fortified area at the top of a hill, sometimes used for rel…
13 terms
Ancient Greece
Democracy
Athens
Religious
Democracy Representative
Citizens help run the government.
Citizenship developed in this city-state?
Greek Mythology expressed their __ beliefs.
Citizens chooses people to make decisions is __
Democracy
Citizens help run the government.
Athens
Citizenship developed in this city-state?
25 terms
Ancient Greece
peninsula
colony
polis
agora
a piece of land nearly surrounded by water
a group of people living in a new territory with close ties t…
a Greek city-state
a gathering place or marketplace in ancient Greece
peninsula
a piece of land nearly surrounded by water
colony
a group of people living in a new territory with close ties t…
20 terms
Ancient Greece
Peninsula
Anthens
Europe
Mountains
Greece is a piece of land surrounded by three sides of water
The capital of Greece
continent Greece is located
separated city states & made it hard for travel
Peninsula
Greece is a piece of land surrounded by three sides of water
Anthens
The capital of Greece
10 terms
Ancient Greece
Olympics
conquer
colonies
alliance
the greatest of the games or festivals of ancient Greece, hel…
overcome and take control of a place or people by use of mili…
a country or area under the control of another country, typic…
a formal agreement or treaty between two or more nations to c…
Olympics
the greatest of the games or festivals of ancient Greece, hel…
conquer
overcome and take control of a place or people by use of mili…
37 terms
Ancient Greece
aristocracy
colony
comedy
democracy
government run by nobles
settlements in distant lands
play that is funny and lighthearted
government run by all citizens
aristocracy
government run by nobles
colony
settlements in distant lands
ANCIENT GREECE
maritime
myth
epic
democracy
maritime
myth
14 terms
Ancient Greece
Peninsula
Democracy
Philosopher
plague
A piece of land nearly surrounded by water.
A government by the people.
A person who searches for wisdom or enlightenment.
a widespread disease
Peninsula
A piece of land nearly surrounded by water.
Democracy
A government by the people.
8 terms
Ancient Greece
Polis
Classical
Acropolis
Socrates
A city-state in ancient Greece.
Relating to ancient Greek or Latin literature, art, or culture
A fortified hilltop in an ancient Greek city
(470-399 BCE) An Athenian philosopher who thought that human…
Polis
A city-state in ancient Greece.
Classical
Relating to ancient Greek or Latin literature, art, or culture
47 terms
Ancient Greece
polis
acropolis
democracy
city-state
A Greek city-state.
The highest point in Athens where temples were built for the…
a government ruled by the people.
A city and its surrounding lands functioning as an independen…
polis
A Greek city-state.
acropolis
The highest point in Athens where temples were built for the…
48 terms
Ancient Greece
Hellenistic
Macedonia
Aristotle
Peloponnesian
Blend of Greek, Persian, Egyptian and Indian culture
Where was Philip II and Alexander from
Alexander The Great's tutor
This war weakened the Greek city-states
Hellenistic
Blend of Greek, Persian, Egyptian and Indian culture
Macedonia
Where was Philip II and Alexander from
15 terms
Ancient Greece
Polis
Philosophy
Pericles
Greek Peninsula
A city state in Ancient Greece
study of reality, existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind,…
The first citizen of democratic Athens,... "Just because you do…
A land mass surrounded by water on 3 sides
Polis
A city state in Ancient Greece
Philosophy
study of reality, existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind,…
11 terms
Ancient Greece
abstract
Asia Minor
city-state
epic poem
pure and simple, not complicated
another name for the Anatolian Peninsula, where much of Turke…
an independent town or city that governs itself and the land…
a long poem that tells the story of the adventures of one or…
abstract
pure and simple, not complicated
Asia Minor
another name for the Anatolian Peninsula, where much of Turke…
9 terms
Ancient Greece
peninsula
harbor
Mediterranean Sea
Crete
an area of land almost entirely surrounded by water
a sheltered place along a coast used to protect boats
an almost landlocked arm of the Atlantic Ocean touching Europ…
the biggest Greek Island in the Mediterranean Sea
peninsula
an area of land almost entirely surrounded by water
harbor
a sheltered place along a coast used to protect boats
33 terms
Ancient Greece
Trojan War
polis
acropolis
phalanx
A war between the Greeks and the people of Troy. A Blend of t…
A Greek city-state.
The highest point in Athens where temples were built for the…
A Spartan army formation with overlapping shields.
Trojan War
A war between the Greeks and the people of Troy. A Blend of t…
polis
A Greek city-state.
8 terms
Ancient Greece
polis
acropolis
Pericles
mythology
The greek word for a city-state
A high hill
Athenian leader
a body of stories about gods and heroes that try to explain h…
polis
The greek word for a city-state
acropolis
A high hill
Ancient Greece
Polis
Acropolis
Agora
Helots
A city-state in Ancient Greece. Example: Athens
A walled, high area around which a polis was typically built
marketplace, usually found below a polis's acropolis
Slaves of the State. Given to Spartan citizens to work on far…
Polis
A city-state in Ancient Greece. Example: Athens
Acropolis
A walled, high area around which a polis was typically built
36 terms
Ancient Greece
Mountans
Crete
Frescoes
Minoans
Primary geographic feature of Greece
Location of Minoan civilization and the first Greek civilizat…
Watercolor paintings done on walls
First Greek civilization
Mountans
Primary geographic feature of Greece
Crete
Location of Minoan civilization and the first Greek civilizat…
20 terms
Ancient Greece
Trojan War
direct democracy
city-state
Plato
a war between the Greeks and the people of Troy, a blend of m…
A government where citizens vote on all laws. Athens had this…
A city and its surrounding lands functioning as an independen…
One of the great Greek philosophers, believed in rule by smal…
Trojan War
a war between the Greeks and the people of Troy, a blend of m…
direct democracy
A government where citizens vote on all laws. Athens had this…
27 terms
Ancient Greece
Peloponnesian War
Macedonia
Aristotle
Alexander the Great
the war fought between Athens and Sparta that involved other…
kingdom located north of Greece
Greek philosopher and author of works on logic, science, and…
(356 BCE-323 BCE) He conquered most of the ancient world from…
Peloponnesian War
the war fought between Athens and Sparta that involved other…
Macedonia
kingdom located north of Greece
20 terms
Ancient Greece
Peloponnesian War
Macedonia
Aristotle
Alexander the Great
the war fought between Athens and Sparta that involved other…
kingdom located north of Greece
Greek philosopher and author of works on logic, science, and…
(356 BCE-323 BCE) He conquered most of the ancient world from…
Peloponnesian War
the war fought between Athens and Sparta that involved other…
Macedonia
kingdom located north of Greece
10 terms
Ancient Greece
Minoans
Mycenaeans
Athens
Sparta
A relatively advanced civilization which lived on the island…
A warlike people and civilization in Greece from 1600-1100BCE…
A Greek city-state and the birthplace of democracy.
A Greek city-state which was the primary military power on la…
Minoans
A relatively advanced civilization which lived on the island…
Mycenaeans
A warlike people and civilization in Greece from 1600-1100BCE…
16 terms
Ancient Greece
polis
Parthenon
Acropolis
Agora
polis
Parthenon
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