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A ncient greece. CHAPTER 9 800 BC.-600 AD. THE 14 TOPICS IN CHPTR 9. CHAPTER 9- ANCIENT GREECE. GEOGRAPHY SHAPES GREEK CIVILIZATION. PHYSICAL MAP. ANCIENT GREECE GEOGRAPHY SHAPE GREEK CIVILIZATION.

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a ncient greece

Ancient greece

CHAPTER 9

800 BC.-600 AD.

chapter 9 ancient greece
CHAPTER 9- ANCIENT GREECE

GEOGRAPHY SHAPES GREEK CIVILIZATION

ancient greece geography shape greek civilization
ANCIENT GREECE GEOGRAPHY SHAPE GREEK CIVILIZATION
  • THE PENISULA OF ANCIENT GREECE HAS A MEDITERRANEAN CLIMATE IN THE SUMMER ITS DRY AND COOL IT HAS THE BREEZE KNOWN AS THE ETESIAN. THE WINTERS ARE REALLY COLD. ALSO IT HAS 3 REGIONS LIKE THE COAST THE LOWLANDS AND THE MOUNTAINS.
mountains and settlements
MOUNTAINS AND SETTLEMENTS
  • THE GREEK PEOPLE STARTED MAKING SETTLEMENTS ON TOP OF MOUNTAIND BECAUSE ALL THE FLAT LAND WAS TAKEN BY HOUSES AND SHIP DOCKS NEXT TO THE COAST
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SEAS AND SHIPS
  • TRAVELING THREW THE LAND WAS DIFFICULT SO THE GREEKS TURNED TO THE SEAS.
trading culture develop
TRADING CULTURE DEVELOP
  • THE GREEK PEOPLE TRADE A LOT OF ARTIFACTS OF THEIR CULTURE

AS YOU CAN SEE IN THESE IMAGE

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THE MINOANS
  • THE MINOAN CIVILIZATION WSA A BRONZE AGE CIVILIZATION THAT AROSE ON THE ISLAND OF CRETE. IT FLOURISHED FROM APROXEMETLY THE 27TH CENTURY BC TO THE 15TH CENTURY BC.
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THE MYCENEANS
  • THE MYCENEANS WERE THE FIRST GREEK SPEAKERS.THEY ENTERED GREECE BY MID BRONZE AGE OR THE END OF THE BRONZE AGE.THEY MADE AN ELITE CHIEFTAN SOCIETY
greek create city state
GREEK CREATE CITY- STATE
  • THE GREEK OF THE DARK AGE LEFT NO WRITTEN RECORDS. ALL THAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE PERIOD COMES FROM ARCHAEOLOGICAL. AFTER THE MYCENAEN CIVILZATION CRUMBLED, THE GREEKS STARTED TO JOIN TOGETHER FOR PROTECTION AND STABILITY.
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PATTERNS OF TRADE
  • TRADE MADE THE REALLY RICH THEY SELL METALS AND OTHER ARTIFACTS GREEK SHIPS SAILED TO EGYPT AND CITIES AROUND THE BLACK SEA.
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ARISTOCRATS AND TYRANTS RULE

GREECE IS THE BIRTHPLACE OF DEMOCRACY A TYPE OF GOVERNMENT IN WHICH PEOPLE RULE THEMSLEVES

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RULE BY A FEW PEOPLE
  • ATHENS IS A CITY OF DEMOCRACY BUT IT BEGAN WITH A DIFFRENT KIND OF GOVERNMENT THEY WERE CONTORLLED BY A KING THE LANDOWNERS HAD CONTROLL OVER ATHENS
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Greek gods
  • Aphrodite – goddess of love and beauty
  • Apollo – sun god instrument god (music)
  • Ares – god of war
  • Artemis – goddess of hunt
  • Athena- goddess of wisdom
  • Demeter- goddess of agriculture
  • Dionysus- god of Grapes, wine cups, and wineskins
  • Hades – god of the underworld
  • Hephaestus- the god of forge and fire
  • Hera –first goddess and she is the god of marriage
  • Hermes- the god of animal, husbandry, roads and life
  • Hestia- goddess of hearth home
  • Poseidon- god of the seas and earthquakes
  • Zeus – Greek king of the gods & god of sky and weather
literature and the arts2
LITERATURE AND THE ARTS
  • THE ERLIEST ARTS ARE POTERY BECAUSE THAT IS WHERE THEY STARTED THEIR ART BY MAKING ARTIFACTS AND DESIGNS OF THEIR CULTURE
fables
FABLES
  • FABLES STERTED BY A SLAVE CALLED AESOP. HE STARTED BY TELLING STORIES TO HIS KING AND HE ENJOYED LISTENING TO THE STORIES.YEARS LATER AFTER AESOP DIED WRITERS STARTED WRITING DOWN HIS FABLES.
a c t v i t y
ACTVITY

MAKE A GROUP OF TWO OR THREE PEOPLE.

ON SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER WRITE DOWN THE POSITION OF EVERY GOD. FOR EXAMPLE

  • THE GOD OF WATER IS _____. Tell me what every god does.
  • Aphrodite

Hestia

Apollo

Poseidon

Ares

Zeus

Artemis

Athena

Demeter

Dionysus

Hades

Hephaestus

Hera

Hermes