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Greek City-States. Do Now. Let’s review the vocabulary words from page 288. Turn to page 288 of your textbook. The Rise of City States. Acropolis. Agora. New Ways of Governing. Kings ruled during the Dark Age

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do now
Do Now
  • Let’s review the vocabulary words from page 288.
  • Turn to page 288 of your textbook.
new ways of governing
New Ways of Governing
  • Kings ruled during the Dark Age
  • They were replaced by small groups of aristocrats, or the wealthy ruling class (oligarchy)
  • Replaced by individual aristocrats called tyrants
  • Tyrants were overthrown and Greece transitioned into early forms of democracy
a new kind of warfare
A New Kind of Warfare
  • Wealthiest men served as leaders
  • Those who could afford a horse served in the cavalry
  • Next rank consisted of foot soldiers called hoplites
  • Lowest rank were the poorest men who served a archers and stone throwers
wrap up
Wrap Up
  • What were the major city-states of Greece?
  • Describe the progression of Greek government
  • What were the ranks of Greek soldiers?