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Intro to City-States. 1.What two Seas did the Ancient Greeks travel in order to trade? . Mediterranean Sea Black Sea Aegean Sea. 2.How do we know about the Greeks of the Dark Ages? . We learn about the Greeks from the Dark Ages through archaeological findings. (Educated Guesses).

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Intro to city states

Intro to City-States


1 what two seas did the ancient greeks travel in order to trade

1.What two Seas did the Ancient Greeks travel in order to trade?

  • Mediterranean Sea

  • Black Sea

  • Aegean Sea


2 how do we know about the greeks of the dark ages

2.How do we know about the Greeks of the Dark Ages?

  • We learn about the Greeks from the Dark Ages through archaeological findings.

    (Educated Guesses)


3 why did greeks originally form city states

3.Why did Greeks originally form City- States?

  • The ancient Greeks originally formed City-States so that their people would have protection and stability from invasion and economical purposes.

  • The geography also promoted the creation of City-States in that the mountains and the Islands provided a natural segregation of people.

  • People of different regions and locations did not have as much contact with one another because of those geographical obstacles


4 what is another term for city state

4.What is another term for City-State?

  • Another term for City-State is a Polis


5 define the greek classical age

5.Define the Greek classical age.

  • The Greek classical age began as City-States began to emerge.


6 why do you think it was important for greeks to build cities around fortresses

6.Why do you think it was important for Greeks to build cities around fortresses?

Opinion


7 define the word acropolis

7.Define the word acropolis.

  • An acropolis is a City on top of a hill or High City


8 when did people most often enter the city walls

8.When did people most often enter the city walls?

  • Most people would only enter the city walls, in ancient Greece, when there was an immediate threat to the people surrounding the fortress.


9 what is another word for marketplace

9.What is another word for marketplace?

  • In Greek people used the term agora to describe the marketplace.


10 why was the marketplace so important to greek society

10.Why was the marketplace so important to Greek society?

  • The market place was important to Greek society because is was the center for all social events.

    • Shopping

    • Meetings

      • Political

      • Religious

    • Etc.


Intro to city states

11.Why do you think it was so important for Greeks to start building colonies all around the Mediterranean Coast?

Opinion


Types of government 4

Types of Government 4

  • Monarchy

  • Tyranny

  • Oligarchy

  • Democrasy


Monarchy

Monarchy

  • This governments function is that Monarchy is a form of a government in which the ruling power is in the hands of a single person.


Tyranny

Tyranny

  • Tyranny was cruel and abusive. It was rule by an individual that seized control.


Oligarchy

Oligarchy

  • The governmet functions in sections. This government has many rulers, not only one.


Democracy

Democracy

  • This government functions by the people. The male were the only people that could attend the citizens assembly. They were also the only people that could vote.


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