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DDES SS ch 10 3 & 4

Greeks

QuestionAnswer
favoring equality of all democratic
Greek war ships with 3 levels of rowers triremes
group that passed the laws and decided questions of war and peace Assembly
government controlled by a small group oligarchy
where Athens and Sparta were located Peloponnesus
he set up the first democratic constitution in Athens Cleisthenes
a major force that ruled the largest and most powerful empire in the western world Persians
the organization that handled the daily business in Athens, ran the city-state, and members were selected by lot (drawn from a large pot) Council of 500
after the Persian War, city-states came together to form this defensive league Delian League
he was best known as the "first citizen" of Athens, a general, and rebuilt palaces and temples to make Athens more beautiful Pericles
he conquered Greece in 338 B.C. King Philip II of Macedonia
the last city-state to take over the leadership of an independent Greece Thebes
The Peloponnesian War lasted a long time and was very costly. A plague also led to the death of many. First reason that lead to the decline of the Greek city-states
Greeks lost their sense of community. Their focus was on having fun and making money. Second reason that lead to the decline of the Greek city-states
Bitterness between the upper and lower classes grows in each polis. Third reason that lead to the decline of the Greek city-states
Spartan rule was harsh. Fourth reason that lead to the decline of the Greek city-states
In 338 BC, King Philip II of Macedonia conquered Greece. Fifth and final reason that lead to the decline of the Greek city-states
Created by: pshelly