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Chapter 29 Vocab

6th Grade History Alive! Chapter 29 Vocabulary

Golden Age (p. 279) A period of great peace and wealth.
Pericles (p. 279) A great leader of Athens
Acropolis (p. 280) The hill above a Greek city on which temples were built
Parthenon (p. 280) The temple honoring the goddess Athena, built on the acropolis above Athens.
Myth (p. 281) A traditional story that helps to explain a culture’s beliefs
Architecture (p. 282) The art of designing buildings.
Sculpture (p. 283) A sculpture is the art of creating three-dimensional figures from such materials as wood, stone,and clay.
Socrates (p. 285) The wisest man in Athens was named Socrates. Socrates asked questions that question people's beliefs.
Plato (p. 285) Plato is a philosopher, one of Socrates students.
Panathenaic Games (p. 286) An event that honored the goddess Athena.
Olympics (p. 286) The Olympics were held every four years to honor the god Zeus. They were so important that Greece truced with all countries in order to have people travel safely.
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