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Greece

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AGORA A PUBLIC MARKET PLACE IN ANCIENT GREECE
ARCHITECTURE THE STYLE AND DESIGN OF A BUILDING
CITY-STATE A CITY WITH ITS OWN TRADITIONS&GOVERNMENT
CIVILIZATION A SOCIETY WITH CITIES, ACENTRAL GOV'T RUN BY OFFICIAL LEADERSAND WORKERS WHO PERFORM A SPECIFIC JOB.S
DEMOCRACY A FORM OF GOV'T IN WHICH CITIES GOVERN THEMSELVES.
MYTH A TRADITIONAL STORY (ABOUT PEOPLE'S BELIEFS)
EPIC A LONG POEM THAT TELLS A STORY.
PENINSULA AN AREA OF LAND NEARLY SURROUNDED BY WATER.
PHILOSOPHER SOMEONE WHO USES REASON TO UNDSERSTAND THE WORLD.
PERICLES ATHENIAN LEADER: PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF DEMOCRACY AND ATHENIAN EMPIRE.
Aristotle I taught Greek literature,philosophy, and science to Alexander the Great.
Alexander the Great was originally from Macedonia
Sparta We love our strong military.
Socrates I taught Plato.I also taught people how to think for themselves.
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