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Chapter 29

Chapt. 29

The Golden Age When the Athenians had wealth and peace.
Pericles Pericles was a great Athenian leader.
Acropolis A Greek temple on top of a hill .
Parthenon A temple built in honor of Athena ,A Greek goddess.
Myth A traditional story that helps to explain a cultures beliefs.
Architecture The art of designing buildings
Sculptures A work of art made to look like a person or object.
Socrates A great philosopher who was sentenced to death.
Plato A great philosopher who was a follower of Socrates.
Panathenaic Games Games that were to honor the Greek god and goddesses.
Olympics There were a group of sports in which they played to honor the Greek gods.
What were Greek gods and goddesses like? They looked and acted like humans but they did not die.
What was the Parthenon The Parthenon was a temple dedicated to Athena
How did Athenian sculpture change It became more detailed and realistic.
How did Greek drama differed from plays and movies of today. It was a regular part of Athenian life plus they relied on their surroundings to help them.
What did philosophers do They searched for knowledge and wisdom.
What were some of the athletic events in Greece ? Footraces,Boxing,Wrestling,and Chariot racing
What was the purpose of the panathenaic games The purpose of the Panathenaic games were to honor the Greek gods.
How did Socrates die he was sentenced to death and he drank poison as a result.
How did Socrates teach others He constantly questioned about their life and beliefs.
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