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DDES SS ch 10 1 & 2


enslaved people owned by the city-states helots
open air markets agora
another name for a city state polis
nobles aristocrats
a fortified hill acropolis
merchants or artisans who lived in villages perioeci
only citizens of city states could do this own property and vote
average number of people living in each city state 5,000 - 10,000 citizens
Spartan citizens were always this type of person aristocrat
the fate of unhealthy Spartan babies left on the hillside to die
found at the top of the acropolis temple
the location of the agora at the foot (bottom) of the acropolis
what the polis was made up of fields, orchards, farming villages, open air markets, temple
a freedom Spartan women enjoyed participating in sporting events and mixing freely with men
what the life of Spartan males centered upon physical fitness and military training
3 qualifications needed to become a citizen in ancient Greece born in the city state, an adult male between 18-20 years old, be a free man (not a slave)
Created by: pshelly