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Greece Vocabulary

Vocab from out ancient Greece unit

TermDefinition
epic A long story-poem.
polis In ancient Greece, a city-state consisting of a city and the farms, towns, and villages around it.
aristocracy A wealthy ruling class.
oligarchy A system in which a small group controls the government.
tyrant In ancient Greece, someone who illegally took control of a government and ruled alone; a cruel ruler.
agora An open-air market and gathering place in many ancient Greek city-states.
harbor Sheltered place with deep water close to a shore.
acropolis A walled fort built on a hill.
cultural borrowing Adapting customs from one culture for the use in another.
democracy Rule by the people.
isthmus A small strip of land, with water on both sides, which connects two larger areas of land.
assembly A lawmaking group.
Created by: bridgetcardwell