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Chapter 1, Section 1 The Roots of Greek Democracy (page 8-17)

Chapter 1, Section 1 The Roots of Greek Democracy (page 8-17)

Chapter 1, Section 1 The Roots of Greek Democracy (page 8-17). Acropolis-Athens, Greece, 2006. California State Standards. 10.1.1: Analyze the similarities and differences in Judeo-Christian and Greco- Roman views of law, reason and faith, and duties of the individual.

By LionelDale
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Greek Citizenship & Sparta vs Athens

Greek Citizenship & Sparta vs Athens

Greek Citizenship & Sparta vs Athens. Who were allowed/denied citizenship in the Greek polis’ & Who were the Spartans and Athenians. Greek City-States. Polis is Greek for city The Greek city-states were referred to as the polis. Citizenship in the polis.

By Michelle
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Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece. The Geography of Greece. near anc. civs . of the MidEast /Egypt. access to Black Sea grain. mountainous mtns . block contact  not unified, dev. sep. city-states = polis a “Civilization” not an “Empire”. coastal never > 50 miles from sea.

By paul2
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Nationalism and Imperialism

Nationalism and Imperialism

Nationalism and Imperialism. Dividing the World. Mrs. Quimby Quincy High School Sophomores. Focus Questions. Nationalism: What factors might contribute to a desire for national unification? How can a war or other conflict help unify a country?

By Jimmy
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January 21, 2015

January 21, 2015

January 21, 2015. Agenda Ancient Cultures. Warm-up Tell me what you know about the Aztec, Incan and Mayan cultures. B.C.E. (B.C.= Before Christ) stands for "Before the Common Era" when we are discussing historic timelines.

By daniel_millan
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Early Greece

Early Greece

Early Greece. Geography & Climate of Greece. While the earliest civilizations developed on fertile river valleys, a very different set of geographic conditions influenced the rise of Greece. Greece is a small country located on a peninsula in Southern Europe with 2,000 islands.

By jana
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Renaissance Music

Renaissance Music

Renaissance Music. (1450-1600). Early and High Renaissance (1450-1530). Introduction Definition: rebirth or revival, a restoration of vitality after a time of decline.

By johana
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Phoenicians & Lydians

Phoenicians & Lydians

Phoenicians & Lydians. Where in the world?. Who were the Phoenicians?. A loose union of city states. Each governed by a different king. Hills and mountains but little fertile land. Phoenicians turned to the sea rather than inland. Ships.

By lotus
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AIM: How did Ancient Greece establish itself as a dominant power in the western world?

AIM: How did Ancient Greece establish itself as a dominant power in the western world?

AIM: How did Ancient Greece establish itself as a dominant power in the western world?. DO NOW: What do you already know about Ancient Greece?. Geography Shapes Ancient Greece.

By sandra_john
(513 views)

Ancient Greece History Alive: Unit 5

Ancient Greece History Alive: Unit 5

Ancient Greece History Alive: Unit 5. Lesson 25: Geography & the Settlement of Greece. The Geography of Greece. What three bodies of water surround Greece to make it a peninsula?. Mainland Greece is a mountainous peninsula What is a peninsula?

By betty_james
(274 views)

Unit 2.1 Classical Greece, Persia, & Alexander

Unit 2.1 Classical Greece, Persia, & Alexander

Unit 2.1 Classical Greece, Persia, & Alexander. c.700BCE – 337BCE (Conquered & Unified). Ancient Greece. The Crucible of Civilization. cru·ci·ble : a place or situation in which concentrated forces interact to cause or influence change or development. Geography.

By sandra_john
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AIM: Were the early people of Greece more advanced than other early peoples?

AIM: Were the early people of Greece more advanced than other early peoples?

AIM: Were the early people of Greece more advanced than other early peoples?. Do Now: Locate the Island of Crete & mainland Greece on the map. How would these people have contact with one another?. Persian Empire. Roots of Greek Civilization. Minoan Culture – 3,000 B.C. Island of Crete.

By benjamin
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Greece and Persia

Greece and Persia

Greece and Persia. The Big Idea Over time the Persians came to rule a great empire which eventually brought them into conflict with the Greeks. Main Ideas Persia became an empire under Cyrus the Great. The Persian Empire grew stronger under Darius I.

By Faraday
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Mesopotamia :

Mesopotamia :

SSWH1 The student will analyze the origins, structures, and interactions of complex societies in the ancient Eastern Mediterranean from 3500 BCE to 500 BCE.

By tanner
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Development of the State Concept

Development of the State Concept

Development of the State Concept. Evolution of States: City-states First concept of a “state” (Athens, Sparta) Sovereign states that are comprised of towns and their surrounding countryside. Today: Singapore, Monaco, Vatican City 2. Medieval States

By gala
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The Geography and Early People of Ancient Greece

The Geography and Early People of Ancient Greece

The Geography and Early People of Ancient Greece. The Geography and Early People of Ancient Greece. The Geography of Greece. Greece is very mountainous Separated the different city-states from one another Had many peninsulas 2 main ones Peloponnesus Balkan Had many different waterways

By oma
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4.4 The Age of Pericles

4.4 The Age of Pericles

4.4 The Age of Pericles. Athens joined forces with other city-states to form the Delian League. The Delian League promised to defend its members against the Persians. Athens eventually gained control of the Delian League. The Athenian Empire. Athens had a direct democracy.

By thadine
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Religion

Religion

Religion. Government. Slaves. City Structure. The Mayan People. Location. Religion. Government. Slaves. City Structure. The Mayan People. Location. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400.

By darin
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Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece. Dan Conroy EDU 505. Introduction. Ancient Greece has had a tremendous influence on our world’s history. Many ideas that the Greeks came up with are still being used today. Throughout this web quest you will learn about the ancient Greek culture and way of life. Task.

By southern
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4. How did city-states obtain water? 			A. Rivers	 	B. Aqueducts 			C. Ocean		D. Plants

4. How did city-states obtain water? A. Rivers B. Aqueducts C. Ocean D. Plants

1. _________________ is an example of a city-state. A. Babylon B. Ur C. Nippur D. All of the above. 2. What was the social system known as in India? A. Socioeconomic B. Ganges C. Confucianism D. Caste. 3. _______________ was an Egyptian pharaoh that gained

By pete
(221 views)

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