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Ancient Greece

6th Grade Social Studies

epic a long poem that tells the story of a hero
barbarians the name given by the Greeks to any people who were not Greek
colonies areas set up in conquered lands by the Greek city-states for use when they become overpopulated
myths legends or stories
drama a serious play
city-state a self governing unit made up of a city and its surrounding villages and farmlands
democracy a system of government in which the people rule
immortal living forever
Socratic Method disucssion by asking and answering questions
comedy high spirited theater
oligarchy small people have control over country
hoplites citizen soldiers
ephors Spartan leaders
polis city-state
philosopher person who studies philosophy
Created by: jharvey09