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ANCIENT GREECEJEOPARDY


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Ancient Greece Jeopardy

Something Borrowed

Ancient A’s

Geography

Potpourri

$100

$100

$100

$100

$200

$200

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$300

$300

$300

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$400

$400

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$500

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In this form of government citizen’s vote to make decisions.

Something Borrowed $100


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The first of these sporting events was held nearly 3,000 years ago.

Something Borrowed $200


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Once used as lamp fuel, this export of Greece is now popular for cooking.

Something Borrowed $300


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First used by Greek courts, these groups of citizens were paid to hear evidence and make decisions.

Something Borrowed $400


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Greeks crowded into theatres to watch these TWO types of dramatic performances.

Something Borrowed $500


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Ancient Greece had many of these sheltered places along its coast which were perfect for ships.

Geography $100


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This city-state, on the Peloponnesus, was known for its powerful military.

Geography $200


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After the Peloponnesian Wars in 404 B.C., conflict in the Greek city-states left them open to attack from this powerful kingdom to the north.

Geography $300


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Either one of the two islands that was ideal as a resting spot for ships sailing between Greece and Asia.

Geography $400


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The Greek (Balkan) peninsula is surrounded by these THREE bodies of water.

Geography $500


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Meaning “above the city,” each polis had a large hill where residents could shelter and safety in times of war.

Ancient A’s $100


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This clearing in a city served as a marketplace and meeting place.

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This city-state built a strong navy to protect Greek colonies from the Persians.

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He conquered ancient Greece, as well as all of the Persian Empire, before his death in323 B.C.

Ancient A’s $400


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Alexander learned to respect Greek culture and tradition from this philosopher.

Ancient A’s $500


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He taught philosophy throughout the 400’s B.C., but in 399 he was sentenced to death for spreading his beliefs.

Potpourri $100


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He is the most important Greek god.

Potpourri $200


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This great Athenian leader spread democracy and arranged for the citizens involved in government to be paid.

Potpourri $300


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People in ancient Greece enjoyed listening to the stories of this author who wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey.

Potpourri $400


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VISUALDAILYDOUBLE


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Visual Daily Double

Name the type of ship pictured here.


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Visual Daily Double


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FINAL JEOPARDY:The Ancient World


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List any three (3) of the seven (7) ancient wonders of the world.

FINAL JEOPARDY


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