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S.S Chapter 25 + 26

Greece chap. 25 vocab

TermDefinition
Penisula land surrounded on three sides by water
Settlement a small community or village
Shelter a place that provides protection from weather, such as a house
Colonist a person who lives in a colony
Merchant a person who makes money by selling goods
City-states an early city that was like a small independent country with its own laws and government
Monarchy a form of government in which the ruling power is in the hands of one person
Oligarchy a form of government in which the ruling power is in the hands of a few people
Tyranny a form of government in which the ruling power is in the hands of one person who is not a lawful king
Democracy a form of government in which the ruling power is shared by all citizens
Aristocrat a member of the most powerful class in ancient Greek society
Citizen a member of a democracy who has certain rights and responsibilities
Assembly a group of citizens in an ancient Greek democracy with the power to pass laws
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