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Greece Chap. 29

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Allies A country or group that joins with another for a common purpose, such as to fight against a common enemy
Golden age A time of great prosperity and achievement
Acropolis The hill above a Greek city on which temples were built
Parthenon The temple honoring the goddess Athena, built on the acropolis above Athens
Myth A traditional story that helps explain a cultures beliefs
Architecture The art of designing buildings
Sculpture The art of creating three-dimensional figures from such materials as wood, stone, and clay
Drama The art of writing, acting in, and producing plays
Philosophy The search for wisdom or knowledge
Cavalry Soldiers who ride on horses
Persian Empire At it's height in the 4000's B.C.E, the largest empire the world had ever known,ruling over land in Africa, the middle east, and Asia
Hellespont the long, narrow body of water between Europe and Asia in present-day Turkey
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