Who was a who?
An ancient Greek way of saying it
You get a vote! And you get a vote!
Mountains on mountains
Life on the daily
100

This person was a Greek philosopher who created a method of thinking/learning/discussing that we still use today.

Socrates 

100

Philosopher

Someone who thinks deeply about life/the universe. 

100

The type of government where people get an individual vote. 

Democracy 

100

what was ancient Greece's geography mainly full of?

Mountains

100

Where did most of Greek life take place? 

Agoras/center of town outside 

200

This person was a Macedonian general and king who conquered the Persians... and was great. I mean like, really really great. The greatest.

Alexander the great

200

Direct democracy 

A type of government where everyone gets a direct vote in every matter. 

200

In a "king" government, how many people hold power?

1 (The king) 

200

Mountainous land caused most of ancient Greece's land to be not very fertile. What does fertile mean?

Productive/full of life 

200

what was the role of the woman? When/where could they socialize? 

Keep the home/children. 

Only at the fountains while fetching water. 

300

This person was considered on of the greatest generals of all ancient times. He crossed the Alps and won many battles in the Second Punic War. 

Hannibal 

300

Polytheistic 

Many gods

300

In an aristocracy, who/how many people hold the power? 

The rich families each have a representative 

300

Most of Greek life happened along what? 

The coast/the water. 

300
Who was expected to provide for the family? 

The man was expected to earn/handle the money 

400

This person was a statesman who made Athens into the cultural and political center of Greece. He embraced/supported Democracy 

Pericles 

400

Empire

an extensive group of states or countries under a single supreme authority

400

Who was considered a "citizen" in the Athens democracy? What did this mean? 

Free men over 18

Women, children, and slaves/prisoners could not vote. 

400

The mountains that separated the Greek people caused them to form smaller communities within their empire with their own individual governments. What were these communities called? 

City States 

400

What type of religion did Ancient Greece have? How did they worship/ gain favor and keep away the wrath of the gods?

Polytheistic. Offerings and constant prayer to multiple and specific gods. 

500

Which two people we have learned about were both from the same place? 

Pericles and Socrates

500

Agora 

A square in the middle of town where most of daily life/socialization was held. It had things like the marketplace and the fountain. 

500

What is the difference between an aristocracy and a republic? 

Aristocracies and republics both use representatives, but in a republic EVERYONE is represented while an aristocracy only represents the rich/privileged 

500

Besides war, what did the seas allow for in Ancient Greek culture with others? 

Trading

500

What is one of the main reasons we discussed in class that the Ancient Greeks prized sports/athleticism so much? 

Physically strong/fit people would make better soldiers for war. 

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