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Ancient Greece was located on a peninsula with this sea to the EAST and this sea to the SOUTH:

AEGEAN (EAST)

MEDITERRANEAN (SOUTH)


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Location of Greece: the EAST and this sea to the SOUTH:

Balkan Peninsula Europe

Asia Minor

(Ionia was a city-state established during the Dark Ages)


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Major trade routes to spread Hellenic (GREEK) culture the EAST and this sea to the SOUTH:

Black Sea

Dardanelles Strait


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Location of: the EAST and this sea to the SOUTH:1.Athens2. Sparta3. Troy

Attica Peninsula

Peloponnesian Peninsula

Ionia/Asia Minor/Anatolia Peninsula


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What topographical feature led to the isolated development of city states instead of a unified empire?

MOUNTAINS


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Although the climate was mild and some soils were good for grape, olive and wheat farming, Greeks had to:

Trade for items they could not produce and

COLONIZE


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The good harbors and merchant trade emphasis resulted in this for Ancient Greece:

1. Cultural diffusion

2. Technological advances


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With such a mild climate, Greeks congregated in the AGORA and:

Engaged in civic and commercial activities.


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Ancient Greek religion was POLYTHEISTIC. and:True or False?

TRUE!!


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What are the goals of Ancient Greek Religion? and:

1.To explain the mysteries of nature.

2. To explain life after death

4. To justify the unpredictability of human emotion


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King of the Greek Gods and:(and father of some humans like Hercules)

ZEUS







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Order of Athenian Government and:

Monarchy

Aristocracy (oligarchy)

Tyranny

Democracy

MATD


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Rule by one person who and:may inherit power by family succession is known as:

MONARCHY


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OLIGARCHY or Aristocracy involves rule by: and:

A small group of nobles.




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Type of government in Sparta known as :

OLIGARCHY

(rule by a few nobles)




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In order to ease overcrowding on the mainland of Greece and gain access to additional grain, the Greeks established:

COLONIES


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The Greek merchants changed the barter economy of the Mediterranean to a:

MONEY ECONOMY (b/c all civilizations value the precious metal in money)


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The three social groups in the city-state were: Mediterranean to a:

1. Citizens

2. Free people with no political rights (women & foreigners)

3. Slaves


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T or F: Civic decisions were made in open debate and men were expected to participate in public life

TRUE!


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The Athenian archon (tyrant) who was known for his written laws and harsh (Draconian) punishments:

DRACO


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Athenian archon (tyrant) who improved the legal system and expanded participation in the Assembly

SOLON



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Results of the Persian War common enemy:

Golden Age in Athens


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The Greeks triumphed at Marathon and Salamis giving them control over this sea:

THE AEGEAN SEA


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This Athenian ruler during Athens’ “Golden Age” established a democracy in which all adult male citizens had an equal voice in government

PERICLES


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What is the name of the building built by this ruler in Athens after the destruction of the Persian Wars?

THE PARTHENON


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Under Athenian leadership, this was an alliance of Greek city states for mutual defense:

THE DELIAN LEAGUE


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Two causes of the Peloponnesian War included: city states for mutual defense:

Athenian dominance of the Delian League became excessive

Sparta desired to overthrow Athens’ control of the league


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3 effects of the Peloponnesian War: city states for mutual defense:

1. Greece was no longer united 2. Greece was vulnerable to invasion by the Macedonians

3. Cultural development was stopped


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Great Greek philosopher who introduced a new method of teaching by questioning and died from hemlock (poison):

SOCRATES


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Author of the “Republic,” a work describing this philosopher’s idea of rule by wise and ethical Philosopher Kings

PLATO


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An accomplished scientist as well as a great philosopher, this man favored a government in which there was a separation of powers:

ARISTOTLE


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“Father of History,” this great Greek historian and traveler was known for exaggerating events:

HERODOTUS


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Greek historian who was accurate & impartial and only accepted eye-witness accounts

THUCYDIDES


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Greek sculptor who created the enormous statues of Athena for the Parthenon and the statue of Zeus for Olympia:

PHIDIAS


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The 3 types of Greek columns are: for the Parthenon and the statue of Zeus for Olympia:

1. DORIC

2. IONIC (Ionian)

3. CORINTHIAN


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Known for his rational scientific and ethical approach, this man is considered the founder of modern medicine:

HIPPOCRATES




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The great mathematician who developed the theorem known to all geometry students as the way to find the relationship between the sides of a right triangle:

PYTHAGORUS


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Type of drama written by Aeschylus and Sophacles all geometry students as the way to find the relationship between the sides of a right triangle

TRAGEDY


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Macedonia is located __________ of Greece. all geometry students as the way to find the relationship between the sides of a right triangle

NORTH


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The Macedonian who conquered most of Greece and his son: all geometry students as the way to find the relationship between the sides of a right triangle

Philip II and Alexander


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Alexander’s empire and the influence of Greek culture extended as far as this river valley in the East

THE INDUS RIVER VALLEY


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The primary language spoken in Alexander’s Empire: extended as far as this river valley in the East

GREEK


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T or F: The people of Egypt, Mesopotamia and India were not influenced by Greek culture and art.

FALSE!!



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