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Ancient Greece!

TermDefinition
Polis City-state, which became the basic political unit in Greece.
Acropolis A high area.
Agora Marketplace, where people did business, gossiped, and discussed politics.
Helots Spartan slaves.
Hoplites Foot soldiers.
Hubris Great pride.
Democracy A form of government run by the people.
Tyrant strongman who seized power by force and claimed to rule for the good of people.
Direct Democracy In which all people vote directly on an issue.
Archon Served as the chief of state in Athens.
Phalanx A tight rectangle formation in which soldiers held long spears out ahead of a wall of shields.
Reason Means clear and ordered thinking.
Logic The process of making inferences.
Hellenistic Greeklike.
Created by: jennifermonty