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Greek & Hellenistic Civilization

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Minoan age the bronze age civilization that arose in Crete in the 3rd and 2nd millennia bce.
Mycenaean age bronze age civilization of mainland Greece that was centered at Mycenae.
Polis translation is both city and state
Acropolis the religious and civic center of Athens. It is the site of the Parthenon.
Sparta and Athens the 2 most powerful Greek states
Panhellenic "all-Greek" - the sense of cultural identity that all Greeks felt in common with each other.
Magna Graecia meaning "great Greece" in Latin, it was the name given by the Romans to southern Italy and Sicily because there were so many Greek colonies in the region.
Created by: Retired2early