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What is democracy? government that is rule by the people
What is a direct democracy? government in which citizens meet to govern themselves directly
What is representative democracy? government in which the people vote and choose leaders to represent them
What kind of democracy did Athens, Greece have? direct
What kind of democracy does the United States have? representative
What is a citizen? a member of a community, state, or country
What is architecture? the designing and constructing of buildings
What is the Olympics? A competition of games that started in ancient Greece where individuals competed against each other in different sports.
On what continent is Greece located? Europe
Where did democracy begin? Athens, Greece
Who was given the right to vote in ancient Greece? white male citizens
What United States architectural buildings is most like the Parthenon building in ancient Greece? U.S. Supreme Court Building and Lincoln Memorial
What architectural element is like those of Ancient Greece buildings? columns
Who competed in the Olympics in ancient Greece? males
What were the winners in the Olympics recognized with in ancient Greece? laurel wreaths
What are the winners recognized with today in the Olympics? medals
What kind of column is very plain with very little detail? Doric
What kind of column looks like a scroll or small curls at the top? Ionic
What kind of column has lots of detail with floral leaves? Corinthian
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