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Wood Ancient Greece

city - state individual cities in Ancient Greece that had their own personality, goals, laws and customs.
polis a region consisting of a city-state and its surrounding rural area.
acropolis Greek for "top city." A place where many city states built temples and other public buildings.
government the way a country, state, county, township, city or village is run. Laws.
Agora a large public meeting place in the center of the twon.
metics men who live and work inside a city-state but were born outside the city
polytheistic belief in many Gods
myth a fictional tale that explains the actions of gods or heroes
peninsula water surrounding mainland on three sides
Golden Ages period in Ancient Greece where culture flourished and many great achievements were made in society.
Created by: mwood3