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greece and rome

archecture the design of a building
What is the birthplace of democracy? Greece
Who used column in their archecture? Greece
Who used arches in their archecture? Rome
Name of Greek's archecture Parthanon
Name of Rome's archecture colesum and aquaducts
direct democracy the people make their own laws and rules
representative democracy the people elect a smaller group of people to make the rules and laws
who had direct democracy? greece
Who had a representative democracy Rome
Greece's physical characteristics a peninsula, mountains and hills, limited rich soil
Rome's physical characteristics a city on a river, mountains and hills, limited rich soil
Greece's human chacteristics farmers, shipbuilders, and traders
Rome's human chacteristics farmers, traders, and roadbuilders
Greece and Rome contributed to our modern society in__, __, and ___. archecture, government, and sports
Who gave us the Olympic games? Greece
how did the Greeks and Romans decorate their buildings? paintings, mosaics, and sculptures
What building in DC copied the Parthanon? the Lincoln Memorial
What is an aquaduct? a bridge that carried water from the mountains to the city
Created by: cparks3