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Chapter 9

People of Greece

QuestionAnswer
Peisistratus tyrant from Athens
Pericles elected official that helped democracy in Athens
Solon aristocrat from Athens, made males citizens
Draco aristocrat that made harsh laws against commoners in Athens
Cleisthenes "Father of Democracy"
pynx a hill where the assembly met and voted
Thera a VOLCANIC ISLAND that caused a Tsunami to hit Crete and end Minoans
Minoans Not Greek, lived on Crete
Mycenaeans 1st Greeks, started Trojan Wars,
Dorians conquered most of Greek except Athens led to Dark Ages
Hercules demigod that defeated the hydra and other monsters
Theseus a man who defeated the Minotaur in crete
Minotaur 1/2 man 1/2 bull creature
Aesop wrote fables
Sappho lyric poet
Homer recited the Illiad and Odyssey
Created by: s110h