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Ancient Greece and Human Impact
Iliad and Odyssey
Olympics
Democracy
Oligarchy
epic poems (long poems) written by Homer. Odyssey is a story…
sporting festival held in honor of Zeus at Olympia every four…
"the rule of the many" government by the people, either direc…
"the rule of the few" a form of government in which a small g…
Iliad and Odyssey
epic poems (long poems) written by Homer. Odyssey is a story…
Olympics
sporting festival held in honor of Zeus at Olympia every four…
Humanities Ancient Greece Test
Who fought in the Peloponnesian War?
Who is Thucydides ?
For whom was the Parthenon built for?
Where is the Parthenon located?
Athenian and sparta
An Athenian general who was a first hand witness to the war
The soldiers who died
Acropolis plateau
Who fought in the Peloponnesian War?
Athenian and sparta
Who is Thucydides ?
An Athenian general who was a first hand witness to the war
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Humanities Ancient Greece notes
Athens
Democracy
Philosophy
• Socrates (470-399 BCE)
this is one of the oldest cities in Greece, with it's recorde…
is a political government either carried out directly by peop…
Ancient Greek philosophy arose in the 6th century BCE and con…
- Born in Athens in the 5th century BCE... - Socrates was "the…
Athens
this is one of the oldest cities in Greece, with it's recorde…
Democracy
is a political government either carried out directly by peop…
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Humanities (Ancient Greece)
Ionic order
Doric order
Corinthian order
Parthenon
most famous temple that used the golden rectangle in its cons…
Ionic order
Doric order
Humanities 1: Ancient Greece
How did the geography of Greece shape…
Why is so little known about early Cre…
What probably really took the Achaean…
How did the "Iliad" and the "Odyssey"…
Islands: sailing, fishing... Mountains (80% of land)... -farmed oli…
We have not deciphered Linear A, so we learn about them throu…
Greek population was rising and because Greece is so mountain…
Written by Homer, they were the first stories ever written, f…
How did the geography of Greece shape…
Islands: sailing, fishing... Mountains (80% of land)... -farmed oli…
Why is so little known about early Cre…
We have not deciphered Linear A, so we learn about them throu…
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Ancient Greece Humanities Test
When was the Geometric period?
When was the Archaic period?
When was the classical period?
When was the Hellenistic period?
900-700 BCE
700-480 BCE
480-323 BCE
323-146 BCE
When was the Geometric period?
900-700 BCE
When was the Archaic period?
700-480 BCE
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Humanities Ancient Greece
Isolated community
Peninsula
Settlement
Colonies
A settlement that is separated from other settlements by feat…
land that is surrounded on 3 sides by water.
A small community or village.
Settlements in distant places.
Isolated community
A settlement that is separated from other settlements by feat…
Peninsula
land that is surrounded on 3 sides by water.
Humanities 110 Ancient Greece
Athens
Greek philosophers
Hoplites
Phalanx
Greek polis associated with democracy
Socrates, Plato, & Aristotle
Greek soldiers with head to toe armor
Wall-shaped military formation
Athens
Greek polis associated with democracy
Greek philosophers
Socrates, Plato, & Aristotle
Humanities History Ancient Greece
Minoans
Myceneans
Homer
Draco
Developed civilization on Crete; centered around Knosses; dev…
People who settled on Greek mainland
A blind story teller who wrote the Illiad
Legal code based on fact that all people are unequal
Minoans
Developed civilization on Crete; centered around Knosses; dev…
Myceneans
People who settled on Greek mainland
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Humanities Ancient Greece notes
Athens
• Socrates (470-399 BCE)
Socrates' teachings
Plato
this is one of the oldest cities in Greece, with it's recorde…
- Born in Athens in the 5th century BCE... - Socrates was "the…
- Rather than having students sit in front of him and listen…
- An Athenian of generation after Socrates... - Plato was great…
Athens
this is one of the oldest cities in Greece, with it's recorde…
• Socrates (470-399 BCE)
- Born in Athens in the 5th century BCE... - Socrates was "the…
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Humanities: Ancient Greece Quiz
Persians
Aegean Sea
Ionian Sea
Peloponnese
-lost Persian War to Athens... -feared by the Greeks
-right side of Greece... -war took place here
-left side of Greece
Peloponnesian League, Peloponnesian War
Persians
-lost Persian War to Athens... -feared by the Greeks
Aegean Sea
-right side of Greece... -war took place here
Humanities Test - Ancient Greece
polis
acropolis
agora
hoplites
a city-state in Ancient Greece
a central meeting point in the polis, on a hill
served as a market and as a place where citizens could assemble
citizen-soldiers of Ancient Greek city-states who were primar…
polis
a city-state in Ancient Greece
acropolis
a central meeting point in the polis, on a hill
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Humanities Test: Ancient Greece
dialectical method
empirical method
ethics
hubris
a question-and-answer style of inquiry made famous by Socrates
a method of inquiry dependent on direct experience or observa…
branch of philosophy that sets fourth the principles of human…
excessive pride; arrogance
dialectical method
a question-and-answer style of inquiry made famous by Socrates
empirical method
a method of inquiry dependent on direct experience or observa…
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Humanities 1: Ancient Greece
How did the geography of Greece shape…
Why is so little known about early Cre…
What probably really took the Achaean…
How did the "Iliad" and the "Odyssey"…
Islands: sailing, fishing... Mountains (80% of land)... -farmed oli…
We have not deciphered Linear A, so we learn about them throu…
Greek population was rising and because Greece is so mountain…
Written by Homer, they were the first stories ever written, f…
How did the geography of Greece shape…
Islands: sailing, fishing... Mountains (80% of land)... -farmed oli…
Why is so little known about early Cre…
We have not deciphered Linear A, so we learn about them throu…
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Humanities Test: Ancient Greece
catharsis
democracy
dialectical method
empirical method
"purification" or "cleansing" in drama an emotional experienc…
a government in which supreme power is vested in the people
a question-and-answer style of inquiry made famous by Socrates
a method of inquiry dependent on direct experience or observa…
catharsis
"purification" or "cleansing" in drama an emotional experienc…
democracy
a government in which supreme power is vested in the people
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Humanities (Ancient Greece 2)
When was the Golden age of Athens?
What events led to the destruction of…
Who was Pericles?
What were Pericles' goals for Athens?
The rule of Pericles, from 460-429 B.C.E
The battle of Thermopylae when the Greeks were destroyed. 15…
His leadership marks the Golden Age of Athens, because during…
One was to make Athens the most beautiful city in the world,…
When was the Golden age of Athens?
The rule of Pericles, from 460-429 B.C.E
What events led to the destruction of…
The battle of Thermopylae when the Greeks were destroyed. 15…
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Humanities: Ancient Greece Quiz
How did philip improve his army?
Who was Alexander's great hero?
How did Alexander tame Bucephalus?
How did most Greeks react to the news…
Philip improved his army by inventing a very long spear named…
Alexander's great hero was Achilles because he dreamt that he…
Alexander tamed Bucaphalus by noticing that the horse was sca…
When the Greeks heard the news of Philip's death they were re…
How did philip improve his army?
Philip improved his army by inventing a very long spear named…
Who was Alexander's great hero?
Alexander's great hero was Achilles because he dreamt that he…
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HUMANITIES 1: Ancient Greece
What seas surrounded Ancient Greece? (3)
The topography was mainly what terrain?
What kind of life did Greece facilitate?
What was an agora?
Aegean, Ionian and Black Sea
Mountainous
Outdoor life
A big outdoor market
What seas surrounded Ancient Greece? (3)
Aegean, Ionian and Black Sea
The topography was mainly what terrain?
Mountainous
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Humanities 1: Ancient Greece
How did the geography of Greece shape…
Why is so little known about early Cre…
What probably really took the Achaean…
How did the "Iliad" and the "Odyssey"…
Islands: sailing, fishing... Mountains (80% of land)... -farmed oli…
We have not deciphered Linear A, so we learn about them throu…
Greek population was rising and because Greece is so mountain…
Written by Homer, they were the first stories ever written, f…
How did the geography of Greece shape…
Islands: sailing, fishing... Mountains (80% of land)... -farmed oli…
Why is so little known about early Cre…
We have not deciphered Linear A, so we learn about them throu…
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ANCIENT GREECE HUMANITIES TEST
Bronze Age
Minoans
Early Minoan
Middle Minoan
Minoans and Mycenaeans
located on Crete... Early Minoan, Middle Minoan, Late Minoan
small towns in southern and eastern Crete, traded with Egypt…
gathered in large urban centers (palaces) centers of manufact…
Bronze Age
Minoans and Mycenaeans
Minoans
located on Crete... Early Minoan, Middle Minoan, Late Minoan
Humanities- Ancient Greece
Tyranny
Democracy
Monarchy
Oligarchy
One person is a ruler by force
A government controlled by it's citizens
One person gets all the power
A few people share the power
Tyranny
One person is a ruler by force
Democracy
A government controlled by it's citizens
Human Geography Ancient Greece
agora
citadels
epics
bards
outdoor marketplace where people socialized and discussed pub…
palace-forts controlled by myceneans
heroic poems
wandering poets
agora
outdoor marketplace where people socialized and discussed pub…
citadels
palace-forts controlled by myceneans
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Humanities Ancient Greece
Artefact:
Primary sources:
Secondary source:
Hypothesis:
an object made or changed by humans
A primary source is a document or physical object which was w…
A text or painting that gives information on a past time that…
a theory or possible explanation concluded from information.…
Artefact:
an object made or changed by humans
Primary sources:
A primary source is a document or physical object which was w…
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Humanities ancient greece
התקשות
עיר-מדינה
פוליס
כנס/כינוס
To find something hard
State city
Polis State City
Gathering/Congregation
התקשות
To find something hard
עיר-מדינה
State city
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Humanities: Ancient Greece Unit 2
laws of nature
Cradle of Western Civilization
Minoan
Crete
used by the Greeks to explain the world, for the first time i…
Greece is known as ......
first pre-Greek civilization in the Aegean Sea
Island home of Minoan Civilization
laws of nature
used by the Greeks to explain the world, for the first time i…
Cradle of Western Civilization
Greece is known as ......
Humanities: Ancient Greece: Trojan War
Who fought in the Trojan War?
What causes the Trojan War?
Who was Paris
Who was Hector?
Sparta & the Greeks vs. Troy
Paris of Troy took Helen of Sparta along with the King's gold
-Prince of Troy... -Brother of Hector... -Handsome... -Vain... -Shot Achi…
-Prince of Troy... -Brother of Paris... -Ideal man... -Killed by Achil…
Who fought in the Trojan War?
Sparta & the Greeks vs. Troy
What causes the Trojan War?
Paris of Troy took Helen of Sparta along with the King's gold
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Ancient Greece, Humanities
When Homer's Iliad was written down
When Athenian democracy is established
When art turns frenzied and busy
Kouros and Kore
Archaic Era
Classical Era
Hellenistic Era
Man at best age, archaic
When Homer's Iliad was written down
Archaic Era
When Athenian democracy is established
Classical Era
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Ancient Greece (Humanities Exam)
Zeus (role/responsibility)
Athena (role/responsibility)
Hades (role/responsibility)
Hera (role/responsibility)
king of the gods, ruled the earth and the sky, controlled the…
goddess of wisdom, great warrior, taught people about arts an…
king of the underworld and god of the Dead and Riches
queen of gods and goddess of Marriage
Zeus (role/responsibility)
king of the gods, ruled the earth and the sky, controlled the…
Athena (role/responsibility)
goddess of wisdom, great warrior, taught people about arts an…
Human Ancient Greece
Arete
Didactic
Hubris
Xenia
Greek sense of excellence
Teaching or intended to teach
Pride and arrogance to a loss of connection
hospitality
Arete
Greek sense of excellence
Didactic
Teaching or intended to teach
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HUMANITIES, MR MARR ANCIENT GREECE
Kritios Boy
Poseidon (Zeus)
Discobolus
Doryphoros
Kritios Boy
Poseidon (Zeus)
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Ancient Humanities-Archaic Greece Review
Thales
Pythagoras
Theogony
Iliad and Odyssey
"Father of Western Philosophy". Greek philosopher who taught…
A Greek philosopher who believed in idealism and the immorali…
An epic composed by Hesiod that described creation.
EPIC POEMS BY HOMER ABOUT THE TROJAN WARS. These epics were c…
Thales
"Father of Western Philosophy". Greek philosopher who taught…
Pythagoras
A Greek philosopher who believed in idealism and the immorali…
Humanities 4 Ancient Greece test
45,000 sq. miles of territory, about t…
The mountainous terrain isolated Greek…
helped determine the major territories…
Minoan Crete
What was the geography of Greece?
What was the significance of the mountains and the sea in Anc…
What did the topography do?
The earliest civilization in the Aegean region emerged on the…
45,000 sq. miles of territory, about t…
What was the geography of Greece?
The mountainous terrain isolated Greek…
What was the significance of the mountains and the sea in Anc…
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Ancient Greece Humanities Test Sanctuaries
Sanctuary
Which god was worshipped at Olympia?
Which god was worshipped at Delphi?
Where was the oracle of Greece located?
A sacred place to honor the gods
Zeus, king of gods
Apollo, god of sun and the arts
At Delphi, the Oracle of Delphi was located
Sanctuary
A sacred place to honor the gods
Which god was worshipped at Olympia?
Zeus, king of gods
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Ancient Humanities Classical Greece Test
phusis
nomos
phalanx
reign of terror
A greek words referring to the law of nature.
A greek word referring to the law of man; man-made and conven…
A deep column of soldiers; revolutionized battle strategies b…
When a government uses violence against its own people to con…
phusis
A greek words referring to the law of nature.
nomos
A greek word referring to the law of man; man-made and conven…
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Humanities Test 2: Ancient Greece
Examples of Cyclades art:
Surviving relic of the early Minoan pe…
Focus of late Minoan art:
Focus of Mycenaean art:
-early examples of bronze tools, imaginative pottery ... -create…
Palace at Knossos (w/ columns)
-Late Minoan era was a period of rebuilding after earthquakes…
-built massive fortress, palaces... -art was preoccupied with *d…
Examples of Cyclades art:
-early examples of bronze tools, imaginative pottery ... -create…
Surviving relic of the early Minoan pe…
Palace at Knossos (w/ columns)
Ancient Greece
Trojan War
polis
acropolis
helot
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…
captured people enslaved by the Spartans.
Trojan War
a war between the Greeks and the people of Troy. A blend of t…
polis
a Greek city-state
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Ancient Greece
Effect of geography on Greece
Aegean Sea
Mediterranean Sea
Ionian Sea
mountains and islands led to independent city-states (like At…
What body of water lies to the east of the Greek mainland?
A large body of water bordered by Europe, Asia, and Africa
Sea to the west of Greece
Effect of geography on Greece
mountains and islands led to independent city-states (like At…
Aegean Sea
What body of water lies to the east of the Greek mainland?
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
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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
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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…
ancient greece test humanities (people)
cleisthenes
lycurgus
plutarch
solon
founded democracy in athens
may or may not have existed, founded spartan constitution
biographer
athenian ruler who made "shaking off of burdens"
cleisthenes
founded democracy in athens
lycurgus
may or may not have existed, founded spartan constitution
Humanities Ancient Greece Study Guide
Aeschylus
Euripides
Aristotle
Oedipus
-525-456 BC... -7 of 90 tragedies survive ... - important idea of v…
-485-406 BC... -more complex and realistic ... - calls into questio…
-In Antigone: "Kreon thinking in right way"... - State is higher…
-Prideful... -tries to run away from faith, but ends up getting…
Aeschylus
-525-456 BC... -7 of 90 tragedies survive ... - important idea of v…
Euripides
-485-406 BC... -more complex and realistic ... - calls into questio…
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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
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Ancient Greece
Alexander the Great
Athenian Acropolis
Cyrus the Great
Palace at Knossos
Alexander the Great
Athenian Acropolis
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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.
Ancient Greece
geology
police
polis
architect
A science that deals with the history of the earth as recorde…
Authority of government to maintain order and safeguard citiz…
A city-state in ancient Greece
the profession of designing buildings and environments
geology
A science that deals with the history of the earth as recorde…
police
Authority of government to maintain order and safeguard citiz…
Ancient Greece
polis
classical
acropolis
democracy
greek word for city-state
age marked by achievements
A fortified hilltop in an ancient Greek city
A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body…
polis
greek word for city-state
classical
age marked by achievements
Ancient Greece Vocabulary Words
Peninsula
Polis
Classical
Acropolis
Area of land that is surrounded on three sides by water
Greek word for a city-state
Marked by great acheivements
High hill that a strong fortress was on
Peninsula
Area of land that is surrounded on three sides by water
Polis
Greek word for a city-state
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ancient greece
Island
currency
army
citizen
Island
currency
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Honors Humanities: Ancient Greece and Earlier Civilizations
Geometric style art
Archaic style art
Classic style art
Hellenistic style art
functional, symmetrical, strong/simple designs, no background…
2D with full-frontal torso/profile, full-frontal eye (reminis…
perfect yet realistic scene/people, lack of emotion, minimal…
individual and specific, shows emotion, less perfect, more re…
Geometric style art
functional, symmetrical, strong/simple designs, no background…
Archaic style art
2D with full-frontal torso/profile, full-frontal eye (reminis…
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