Warm-Up #1 (9/11/14). Option 1: What does remembering 9/11 mean to you? Why? OR Option 2: How many things do you already know (or think you know!) about Ancient Greece? See how many you can list. Warm Up #2 (9/12/14) Ancient Greece Map Questions. 7. 6.
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Warm Up #2 (9/12/14)
Ancient Greece Map Questions
Number from 1-7 and correctly match each number to the place below:
Match each of the following descriptions on the left with the correct form of gov’t on the right:
Read the description on the left, then answer the questions…
Ostracism: Athenian democracy had a very special type vote that occurred once a year. In the ancient Greek version of Survivor, the citizens could “vote somebody off the island.” Every year, the assembly gathered. Each citizen was allowed to scratch the name of the person they perceived as the greatest threat to the city-state in to a pot shard, or, in the language of ancient Greece, an ostrakon. Provided that 6,000 votes were cast, the person who received the most votes was ostracized, and sent into exile for a decade.
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