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Ancient World History - Chapter 5 (Ancient Greece)
Peloponnesian War
Archimedes
Phalanx
Myths
A war, lasting from 431 to 404 B.C., in which Athens and its…
This man is considered the greatest thinker of his era, a gre…
massive tactical formation of heavily armed foot soldiers
Traditional stories about the deeds of gods, goddesses, & her…
Peloponnesian War
A war, lasting from 431 to 404 B.C., in which Athens and its…
Archimedes
This man is considered the greatest thinker of his era, a gre…
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Ancient World History - Chapter 5 (Ancient Greece)
Peloponnesian War
Archimedes
Phalanx
Myths
A war, lasting from 431 to 404 B.C., in which Athens and its…
This man is considered the greatest thinker of his era, a gre…
massive tactical formation of heavily armed foot soldiers
Traditional stories about the deeds of gods, goddesses, & her…
Peloponnesian War
A war, lasting from 431 to 404 B.C., in which Athens and its…
Archimedes
This man is considered the greatest thinker of his era, a gre…
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Ancient Greece world history chapter 5
the war that fought against Troy
the greek city-state that made it a mi…
the greek city state that had that wer…
The name of the greek king who had a s…
The Trojan War
Sparta
Athens
Philip
the war that fought against Troy
The Trojan War
the greek city-state that made it a mi…
Sparta
Chapter 5(world history)-ancient greece
polis
acropolis
agora
democracy
a city-state of ancient Greece
a walled, high area surrounding a polis
an open area that served as a meeting place and market in ear…
a government run by the people
polis
a city-state of ancient Greece
acropolis
a walled, high area surrounding a polis
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World History - Chapter 5 - Ancient Greece
Mountains
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
Mountains
Primary geographic feature of Greece
Crete
Location of Minoan civilization and the first Greek civilizat…
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WORLD HISTORY CHAPTER 5- ANCIENT GREECE
Impact of Geography
Mountains
Isolation
Seas
-rugged terrain of ancient Greece lead to the development of…
-city state formed south of the mountains, or in the valleys…
-Because they were Isolated, the Greek city states each had t…
-The Greek city states were located around the Aegean Sea, ne…
Impact of Geography
-rugged terrain of ancient Greece lead to the development of…
Mountains
-city state formed south of the mountains, or in the valleys…
World History Chapter 5 Ancient Greece
Areas/temples dedicated to the honors…
Watercolor paintings done on wet plaster
It war between Myceanae and Troy- foug…
A narrow water passage
Shrine
Fresco
Trojan war
Strait
Areas/temples dedicated to the honors…
Shrine
Watercolor paintings done on wet plaster
Fresco
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Chapter 5 Ancient Greece Holt World History
frescoes
Minoans
Myeceans
Polis
paintings made on wet plaster
built a great civilization
from greek mainland... conquered crete
city sate that developed around a fort
frescoes
paintings made on wet plaster
Minoans
built a great civilization
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Ancient World History - Chapter 5 (Ancient Greece)
Peloponnesian War
Archimedes
Phalanx
Myths
A war, lasting from 431 to 404 B.C., in which Athens and its…
This man is considered the greatest thinker of his era, a gre…
massive tactical formation of heavily armed foot soldiers
Traditional stories about the deeds of gods, goddesses, & her…
Peloponnesian War
A war, lasting from 431 to 404 B.C., in which Athens and its…
Archimedes
This man is considered the greatest thinker of his era, a gre…
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Chapter 5 World History - Ancient Greece
Minoans
Mycenaeans
Trojan War
Dorians
first civilization of people to live in Greece
moved to the south of greece and conquered the Minoans
a 10 year battle where the greeks fought against Troy
moved in after the Mycenaean civilization; founded Sparta
Minoans
first civilization of people to live in Greece
Mycenaeans
moved to the south of greece and conquered the Minoans
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Chapter 5 World History Vocab. Ancient Greece
Shrine
Fresco
Strait
Polis
Altar, chapel, or other place that is sacred
Colorful painting completed on wet plaster
Jarrow water passage
City-state in ancient Greece
Shrine
Altar, chapel, or other place that is sacred
Fresco
Colorful painting completed on wet plaster
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World History Ancient Greece Chapter 5 vocab
Mycenaean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
first Greek-speaking people; invaded Minoans; dominated Greek…
Mycenaeans (Greeks) vs. Troy. Trojan Prince kidnapped Helen,…
A Greek-speaking people that, according to tradition, migrate…
A blind poet who composed the Illiad and the Odyssey two epics
Mycenaean
first Greek-speaking people; invaded Minoans; dominated Greek…
Trojan War
Mycenaeans (Greeks) vs. Troy. Trojan Prince kidnapped Helen,…
World History Chapter 5: Ancient Greece
Homer
Draco
Solon
Cleisthenes
Wrote the Iliad
First great Athenian law-giver
Athenian archon
broke up nobility, increased size of the council
Homer
Wrote the Iliad
Draco
First great Athenian law-giver
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Chapter 5 Ancient Greece Holt World History
frescoes
Minoans
Myeceans
Polis
paintings made on wet plaster
built a great civilization
from greek mainland... conquered crete
city sate that developed around a fort
frescoes
paintings made on wet plaster
Minoans
built a great civilization
Ancient Greece - Chapter 5 World History Vocab
Rhetoric
Stoicism
Tragedies
Direct Democracy
The art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing, espec…
An ancient Greek school of philosophy founded at Athens by Ze…
A serious form of drama dealing with the downfall of a heroic…
A government in which citizens rule directly rather than thro…
Rhetoric
The art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing, espec…
Stoicism
An ancient Greek school of philosophy founded at Athens by Ze…
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World History Ancient Greece Chapter 5.4
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
Epic
Greeks vs. Troy. Trojan Prince kidnapped Helen, ... wife of the…
A Greek-speaking people that, according to tradition, migrate…
A blind poet who composed the Illiad and the Odyssey two epics
A long narrative poem that records the adventures of a hero.…
Trojan War
Greeks vs. Troy. Trojan Prince kidnapped Helen, ... wife of the…
Dorian
A Greek-speaking people that, according to tradition, migrate…
World History Test Chapter 5 Ancient Greece
Area surrounded by water on three sides
Rocky, protective hill that is safe fr…
Cities with their own government and t…
Government headed by privileged upper…
What is a peninsula?
What is the Acropolis?
What is a city-state?
What is an aristocracy?
Area surrounded by water on three sides
What is a peninsula?
Rocky, protective hill that is safe fr…
What is the Acropolis?
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chapter 5 / ancient greece / world history
greek city states - the main gathering…
greek city states - Who had rights and…
greek city states - hoplites
the dark age - the Greeks left the ___…
hill
citizens
heavily armed infantry soilders
mainland
greek city states - the main gathering…
hill
greek city states - Who had rights and…
citizens
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World History Test Chapter 5 Ancient Greece
Area surrounded by water on three sides
Long poem telling of hero's deeds
Rocky, protective hill that is safe fr…
Cities with their own government and t…
What is a peninsula?
What is an epic poem?
What is the Acropolis?
What is a city-state?
Area surrounded by water on three sides
What is a peninsula?
Long poem telling of hero's deeds
What is an epic poem?
World History Chapter 5 Ancient Greece Vocabulary
Knossos
Shrines
Frescos
Trojan War
A vast palace built by Minoan Kings
areas decorated to the honor of gods and goddesses
painting in watercolor done on wet plaster
conflict between Mycenae and Troy
Knossos
A vast palace built by Minoan Kings
Shrines
areas decorated to the honor of gods and goddesses
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World History Test Chapter 5 Ancient Greece
Area surrounded by water on three sides
Long poem telling of hero's deeds
Rocky, protective hill that is safe fr…
Cities with their own government and t…
What is a peninsula?
What is an epic poem?
What is the Acropolis?
What is a city-state?
Area surrounded by water on three sides
What is a peninsula?
Long poem telling of hero's deeds
What is an epic poem?
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World History Test Chapter 5 Ancient Greece
What is a peninsula?
What is the Acropolis?
What is a city-state?
What is an aristocracy?
Area surrounded by water on three sides
Rocky, protective hill that is safe from attack
Cities with their own government and traditions
Government headed by privileged upper class
What is a peninsula?
Area surrounded by water on three sides
What is the Acropolis?
Rocky, protective hill that is safe from attack
Ancient Greece Chapter 5 World History
What was Greece's largest island?
What sea separates Greece from Asia Mi…
Which is Greece's easternmost city?
Troy lay near what narrow waterway tha…
Crete
Aegean
Byzantium
Dardanelles
What was Greece's largest island?
Crete
What sea separates Greece from Asia Mi…
Aegean
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World History Connections to Today Chapter 5: Ancient Greece
shrines
frescoes
Knossos
Mycenaens
places of religious worship
watercolor painting done on fresh plaster
the great palace of the Minoans
probably invaded and defeated the Minoans
shrines
places of religious worship
frescoes
watercolor painting done on fresh plaster
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World History Chapter 5: Ancient Greece
Where was the Minoan civilization?
Where were ... the excavations that revel…
Minoan Language
The Mycenaean States
Crete
Knossos
Linear A
considered the first Greeks because they spoke a form of Gree…
Where was the Minoan civilization?
Crete
Where were ... the excavations that revel…
Knossos
Ancient Greece chapter 5 section world history
Pythagorus, Euclid & Thales of Miletus
Thucydides & Herodotus
Myron, Phidias & Praxiteles
Sophocles, Aeschylus, &Euripides
math maticians
historians
sculptors
playwrights
Pythagorus, Euclid & Thales of Miletus
math maticians
Thucydides & Herodotus
historians
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Chapter 5: Ancient Greece Frazier World History Study Guide
What did the wealth of the minoans com…
What kinds of goods did the Minoans tr…
_______________ was the palace city of…
Where did European civilization began?
Trading with people of the eastern Mediterranean
Olive oil, gold, grain, linens, honey
Knossos
Knossos
What did the wealth of the minoans com…
Trading with people of the eastern Mediterranean
What kinds of goods did the Minoans tr…
Olive oil, gold, grain, linens, honey
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World History Test Chapter 5 Ancient Greece
Area surrounded by water on three sides
Long poem telling of hero's deeds
Rocky, protective hill that is safe fr…
Cities with their own government and t…
What is a peninsula?
What is an epic poem?
What is the Acropolis?
What is a city-state?
Area surrounded by water on three sides
What is a peninsula?
Long poem telling of hero's deeds
What is an epic poem?
World History Chapter 5 Ancient Greece Midterm
Who warned the Greeks about the Macedo…
Who moved into the greek world and rei…
Who preserved and spread aspects of th…
Where was the largest known hellenisti…
Demosthenes
Dorian
Mycenaeans
Rhodes
Who warned the Greeks about the Macedo…
Demosthenes
Who moved into the greek world and rei…
Dorian
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World History Test Chapter 5 Ancient Greece
What is a peninsula?
What is an epic poem?
What is the Acropolis?
What is a city-state?
Area surrounded by water on three sides
Long poem telling of hero's deeds
Rocky, protective hill that is safe from attack
Cities with their own government and traditions
What is a peninsula?
Area surrounded by water on three sides
What is an epic poem?
Long poem telling of hero's deeds
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People of Chapter 5-Ancient Greece
Philip the Second
Alexander
Zeno
Eratosthenes
-got the city-states through threats and Battle of Chaeronea…
-Philip's son... -gets Persia... -says "give my empire to the stron…
Stoicism
world is round
Philip the Second
-got the city-states through threats and Battle of Chaeronea…
Alexander
-Philip's son... -gets Persia... -says "give my empire to the stron…
World History I B3 Chapter 5- Ancient Greece
aristocracy
democracy
monarchy
rhetoric
rule by a landowning elite
government by the people
government in which a king or queen exercises central power
art of skillful speaking
aristocracy
rule by a landowning elite
democracy
government by the people
World History Patterns Of Interaction Chapter 5 Full (Ancient Greece) seaprep
Define: Mycenaean
Define: Trojan War
Define: Dorian
Define: Homer
Some of the Indo-Europeans who settled on the Greek mainland…
A war between the Mycenaean Greek city states and the City of…
Around 1200 B.C., sea raiders attacked and burned many Mycena…
According to tradition, the greatest storyteller... was a blind…
Define: Mycenaean
Some of the Indo-Europeans who settled on the Greek mainland…
Define: Trojan War
A war between the Mycenaean Greek city states and the City of…
World History : Ancient Greece PEOPLE
Draco
Solon
Clisthenes
Pericles
leader in athens; severe punishment for crime; law maker
WISE leader in athens; rewrote laws that gave more power to t…
leader in athens, extended the right of citizenship and permi…
GREAT leader of athens for 32 years, removed all restrictions…
Draco
leader in athens; severe punishment for crime; law maker
Solon
WISE leader in athens; rewrote laws that gave more power to t…
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World history Study Guide Chapter 5; Ancient Greece
Who were the minoans ?
Who were the people of mycenae?
What was the Trojan war? And how was i…
What was the age of homer ?
They found the island of crete and were traders. They werent…
They were people that traded but we're also warriors.
It was caused by economic rivalry between Mycenae and Troy.
From 1100 to 800 BC, civilization took a step back. After the…
Who were the minoans ?
They found the island of crete and were traders. They werent…
Who were the people of mycenae?
They were people that traded but we're also warriors.
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World History Patterns Of Interaction Chapter 5 Full (Ancient Greece)
Define: Mycenaean
Define: Trojan War
Define: Dorian
Define: Homer
Some of the Indo-Europeans who settled on the Greek mainland…
A war between the Mycenaean Greek city states and the City of…
Around 1200 B.C., sea raiders attacked and burned many Mycena…
According to tradition, the greatest storyteller... was a blind…
Define: Mycenaean
Some of the Indo-Europeans who settled on the Greek mainland…
Define: Trojan War
A war between the Mycenaean Greek city states and the City of…
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World History Chapter 5 Greece
Mycenaean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
A Greek-speaking people that, according to tradition, migrate…
An ancient Greek epic poet, who is believed to have written t…
Mycenaean
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
Trojan War
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
World History Connections to Today Chapter 5: Ancient Greece
shrines
frescoes
straits
polis
places of religious worship
watercolor painting done on fresh plaster
narrow water passages
city states
shrines
places of religious worship
frescoes
watercolor painting done on fresh plaster
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History: Chapter 5 {Ancient Greece}
Epic
Myth
Polis
Monarchy
A long narrative poem celebrating the deeds of legendary or t…
A traditional story about gods, ancestors, or heroes, told to…
A Greek city-state-the fundamental political unit of ancient…
A government in which power is in the hands of a single person
Epic
A long narrative poem celebrating the deeds of legendary or t…
Myth
A traditional story about gods, ancestors, or heroes, told to…
Chapter 5: Art of Ancient Greece and Aegean World
Sir Arthur Evans
corbel arch
kouros
red figure
British archaeologist who excavated the ruins of the ancient…
is an arch-like construction method that uses the architectur…
An Archaic Greek statue of a standing nude male.
Pottery painting characterized by figures left in red against…
Sir Arthur Evans
British archaeologist who excavated the ruins of the ancient…
corbel arch
is an arch-like construction method that uses the architectur…
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World History Chapter 5 Greece
Mycenaean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
A Greek-speaking people that, according to tradition, migrate…
An ancient Greek epic poet, who is believed to have written t…
Mycenaean
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
Trojan War
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
World History Chapter 5 Greece
Mycenaean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
A Greek-speaking people that, according to tradition, migrate…
An ancient Greek epic poet, who is believed to have written t…
Mycenaean
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
Trojan War
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
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WORLD HISTORY ANCIENT GREECE-PEOPLE, PLACES,AND EVENTS
PERICLES
AJAX
SALAMIS
PIRAEUS
Athenian leader noted for advancing democracy in Athens and f…
Defeated by Odysseus in a contest for Achillies armor
480 BC; Naval battle; 2nd Persian War; Greeks win despite gre…
Primary Athenian Port
PERICLES
Athenian leader noted for advancing democracy in Athens and f…
AJAX
Defeated by Odysseus in a contest for Achillies armor
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Chapter 5: Art of Ancient Greece and the Aegean World
Pendant of Gold Bees
Bull Leaping
Anavysos Kouros
Peplos Kore
c. 1600 BCE ... Minoan... Gold
c. 1450-1375 BCE ... Minoan... Paint on plaster
c. 530 BCE... Archaic Period... Marble
c. 530 BCE... Archaic Period... Marble
Pendant of Gold Bees
c. 1600 BCE ... Minoan... Gold
Bull Leaping
c. 1450-1375 BCE ... Minoan... Paint on plaster
Art History: Ancient Greece - Chapter 5
Early Archaic monumental stone statues…
Evident in the absence of a pediment a…
In the Archaic period the black-figure…
The ___ by Praxiteles was one of the f…
rigidly frontal left foot slightly advanced
copy the Parthenon exactly
red-figure
Aphrodite of Knidos
Early Archaic monumental stone statues…
rigidly frontal left foot slightly advanced
Evident in the absence of a pediment a…
copy the Parthenon exactly
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World History Chapter 5- Greece
Mycenae
Trojan War
Homer
Heinrich Schliemann
The first Greek-speaking people
War between Mycenae and Troy legend says the war started over…
Lived about 750 B.C. A Greek poet and credited for the creati…
He excavated the site of ancient Troy, found evidence of fire…
Mycenae
The first Greek-speaking people
Trojan War
War between Mycenae and Troy legend says the war started over…
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Chapter 5: Ancient Greece (History)
Minoans
Knossos
Agamemnon
Zeus
Minoans- Ancient Greek civilization on island of Crete. Calle…
Knossos- A big palace (Minoans) that the Minoan royal family,…
A Greek king during the Trojan war. He is in the poem called…
A ruler of all gods (that is what the Greeks believed) who li…
Minoans
Minoans- Ancient Greek civilization on island of Crete. Calle…
Knossos
Knossos- A big palace (Minoans) that the Minoan royal family,…
Chapter 5-1 The Culture of Ancient Greece (People and Places)
Mount Olympus
Delphi
Homer
Aesop
Highest Mountain in Greece, where the Gods and Goddesses lived
Famous oracle at the Temple of Apollo
Poet who wrote the epics Iliad and the Odyssey
Greek slave who wrote famous fables
Mount Olympus
Highest Mountain in Greece, where the Gods and Goddesses lived
Delphi
Famous oracle at the Temple of Apollo
World History Chapter 5 Section 1 : Ancient Greece
strait
polis
oligarchy
phalanx
narrow water passage connecting two bodies of water
city-state in ancient Greece
government in which ruling power belongs to a couple people
in Ancient Greece, a MASSIVE FIGHTING FORMATION of heavily ar…
strait
narrow water passage connecting two bodies of water
polis
city-state in ancient Greece
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Holt World History - Chapter 8 Ancient Greece
the Greek word for a city-state
an age marked by great achievements
a high hill upon which a Greek fortres…
a type of government in which people r…
polis... (PAH-luhs)
classical
acropolis
democracy
the Greek word for a city-state
polis... (PAH-luhs)
an age marked by great achievements
classical
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