Isolation
Farming
Colonies
Trading
100

The ancient greeks were: 

a. close community

b. kind of close community

c. isolated from each other

isolated!

100

This percentage of land was covered by mountains in Greece (+ or - 10%)

80%

100

This is an area under the control and influence of another country

Colony!

100

State two of the crops or resources Greeks needed to get through trade.

Wheat and Grain!

200

There were four major reasons why travel by land was difficult. Name two!

Mountains, bad roads, lack of fresh water, no safe places to stay!

200

This was the method of farming used by the ancient Greeks

Terrace farming!

200

Why did the Ancient Greeks often sacrifice an animal before leaving to setup colonies?

Sacrifice to the gods because they thought they controlled everything happening!

200

State two of the things the Greeks traded most.

Grapes and Olives!

300

There were two major reasons people didn’t want to travel by sea. Name both!

Crashing into islands and the SEA MONSTER

300

What were the two most plentiful crops in Ancient Greece?

Olives and grapes!

300

Name one of the many reasons the Greeks setup colonies.

300

State at least one of the three ways people became enslaved in Ancient Greece

On losing side of war, owed a substantial debt of money, or committed a crime.

400

State the major advantage of isolation

Protection!

400

Name one of the animals they used to supplement their diet from farming?

Sheep and goats!

400

Name one of the many reasons the Greeks setup colonies.

400

Although the Greeks loved being able to trade, what was the main problem with it?

Dangerous!

500

State a major disadvantage of isolation

Cramped in here, lack of farmland

500

The Ancient Greeks were also one of the first civilizations to harness this:

Beekeeping!

500

Name one of the many reasons the Greeks setup colonies.

500

What made trade dangerous?

Bad travel mentioned earlier and PIRATES

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