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Vocabulary

Alexander

Philosophers

Mythology

Hodge

Podge

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Alexander entered Egypt, was crowned as Pharaoh, and established THIS city, which became a center for learning and knowledge.
when they reached this river east of persia the greeks under alexander refused to go any further
When they reached this River east of Persia, the Greeks under Alexander refused to go any further.
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This group of philosophers believed that purpose of life was to live a life of Virtue in agreement with Nature.
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This philosopher was the earliest known Greek philosopher; he wrote nothing down himself, but his followers wrote extensively about what he said. He was forced to commit suicide.

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He was one of the later philosophers who made predictions about human anatomy, which could not be confirmed until the 19th Century. He created a comprehensive system of Western philosophy

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He studied under Socrates, and learned a great deal from Socrates’ death. His most famous writing was called, “The Republic”
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Apollo

(Apollo)

the most basic type of greek architecture order which is marked by the most simple style of columns
The most basic type of Greek architecture order which is marked by the most simple style of columns.
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A type of Greek architecture order which is marked by the most a style of columns capped off with a simple scrolling pattern
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This type of Greek architecture order is marked with the most ornate and complicated style of columns, with intricate and tree-like tops.
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Final

Jeopardy

Category: Athens and Sparta

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Nothing. They ordered the Athenians to give up democracy and to demolish their walls, but then they left Athens alone; the Spartans did not rule Athens.