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Greek Jeopardy. Pericles. Greatest leader of Athens. Archimedes. Greatest inventor of the Hellenistic Age. Socrates. Philosopher that was sentenced to death for corrupting Athens’ youth. Phillip of Macedon. Leader responsible for finally uniting all of Greece under one government. Xerxes.

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Pericles

Greatest leader of Athens.

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Archimedes

Greatest inventor of the Hellenistic Age.

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Socrates

Philosopher that was sentenced to death for corrupting Athens’ youth.

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Phillip of Macedon

Leader responsible for finally uniting all of Greece under one government.

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Xerxes

Leader of the Persians at the Battle of Thermopylae

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Thermopylae

Leonidas led the Spartans against the Persians at this battle.

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Trojan War

This conflict was between the Mycenaeans and another city-state in Asia Minor and was likely because of trade issues.

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Delian League

This group was formed immediately after the Persian War and was the first of its kind.

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Alexander the Great

This person likely died of cholera or malaria. His empire was divided after his death.

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Marathon

After this battle, an Athenian shouted “NIKE!” in Athens and then died.

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Apollo

Associated with the Oracle at Delphi

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Dionysus

God of the Grape Harvest and ritual madness.

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Hebe

Goddess of Youth and Forgiveness.

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Hades, Demeter, and Perspehone

This group is associated with the myth that explains the seasons.

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Hestia, Artemis, Athena

The Virgin goddesses.

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Persian, Pericles, Peloponnesian

Place these events in order:

Pericles

Persian War

Peloponnesian War

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Socrates, Plato, Aristotle

Place these people in order:

Plato

Aristotle

Socrates

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Trojan War, Marathon, Thermopylae

Place these events in order:

Battle of Thermopylae

Trojan War

Battle of Marathon

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Minos, Homer, Darius, Xerxes, Alexander

Put these events in order:

Alexander the Great

Xerxes

Minos

Darius

Homer

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Darius, Leonidas, Pericles, Socrates, Alexander the Great

Put these deaths in order:

Pericles

Alexander the Great

Leonidas

Darius

Socrates

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Direct Democracy

Type of government in Athens under during its Golden Age.

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tyrant

Term for a person who seizes power by force

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Aristotle and the Golden Mean

Name the Philosopher and Belief that you should pursue a moderate course between extremes in order to live a good life.

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acropolis

The high part of the city that housed the temples.

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Hera, Poseidon, Hermes

Identify the three gods associated with these symbols:

Peacock

Horse

Caduecus