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  • Ancient Greece Review World History Students will find the answers to each slide at the bottom of the webpage in the “notes” section. I would suggest students try to answer all slides in the “present” mode then return to the edit view to check their answers.
  • The Athenian people were the first to govern themselves with this type of government. The people ruled.
  • The blind poet who wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey.
  • • The worship or belief in many gods. • This was the religious belief among the Greeks.
  • The city-states in Greece were a unified nation. (True or False)
  • Another name for a Spartan slave ________
  • Belief in the existence of one god.
  • Every male citizen in Athens was a member of the _______.
  • Which city-state did not concern themselves with trading but with military?
  • In this type of drama one or more characters suffered a disastrous end.
  • What was the earliest known Greek civilization? a) Mycenaeans b) Minoans c) Helots
  • Type of drama that was often about war but used humor to entertain the audience.
  • Because the Spartans feared a helot uprising they created a __________ society.
  • Another name for a public speaker or one who wrote speeches.
  • Moral principles that define a group of people.
  • Why did trade become the most important part of the Greek economy?
  • • A priest or priestess through whom a god was believed to speak. • Could also be a shrine where people could come to talk to the gods for advice.
  • A public open space used for assemblies and markets.
  • A Greek slave from Sparta was called a ___________.
  • A hill or mountain usually located in the center of a city-state. This is where the important buildings would be located.
  • City States • A city-state in ancient Greece was called a _______. • Why did the city-states develop independently?
  • Time period when Athens and Sparta were at their height of power. They had many cultural advances and experienced wealth and military power.
  • Spartan women were expected to stay home & care for the children. True or False
  • The art of persuasive or effective public speaking.
  • Persian Wars _____ Battle of Thermopylae _____ Battle of Plataea _____ Ionic Revolt _____ Battle of Marathon _____ Battle of Salamis Using the numbers 1-5. Label each battle in the order that it occurred during the Persian Wars.
  • Describe one of the battles from the Persian war in detail: (Be sure to identify the war you chose. Be sure to include who was fighting, what happened and who won. You must use complete sentences.)
  • 1. True or False - During the Persian Wars Athens and Sparta were fighting each other? 2. The King(s) of the Persian Empire during the Persian Wars was ______________.
  • Peloponnesian War 1. Who was fighting during the Peloponnesian Wars? 2. Who won the war?
  • This word comes from the Greek term meaning “lover of Wisdom” .
  • Geography Describe 3 features of Greece’s geography - be detailed and descriptive.
  • Who was the leader of Athens during the Golden Age?
  • When teachers answer a question with a question they are using the _____________ method.
  • Art in the Golden Age showed that the Greeks wanted to be unified. True or False???
  • One change in Art in the Golden Age was that figures became more realistic. True or False
  • What was the one thing that Pericles implemented that was shared among all of the city-states. This made trade between the city-states much easier.
  • The father of history.
  • This person invented simple machines including screws and weapons.
  • Philosopher who believed everything could be explained in terms of mathematics.
  • Medical pioneer who taught that disease comes from natural causes and not from the gods.
  • Athenian sculptor who created statues of the gods that decorated the Parthenon and the Temple of Olympia.
  • Great teacher who was sentenced to death for criticizing Greek leaders and democracy.
  • Philosopher who taught that the aim of life is to seek pleasure and avoid pain.
  • Thinker who developed approaches to organizing information that are now part of modern science.
  • Legacies of Greece Name 3 legacies of Greece and tell how they impact the world today. Give details. They must be written in complete sentences.
  • 972088.php Use the above link to play the Jeopardy game online!