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Ancient greece

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What is Polis? City States
Who did Greeks consider citizens? Free adult men
What was a foot solider called? A hoplites
Who Joined revolt against the Nobles? tyrants
Most powerful fighting machine in world? Phalanx
Who was the Trojan war over? A chick named Helen
What trickery did they use in Trojan war? A hallow wooden horse that you could fit two men into
Where was Sparta located? Southern Greece
Civic decisions were based on... Open debate
What is an aristocracy small group of noble family's
What happens to unhealthy Spartan babies? Left in hills to die
what is democracy Open debate by all citizens
Who was Persian war between? Greeks and Persians
Who was pelepenisian war between? Athens & Sparta
Who was Trojan war between? Athenians & Troy
Why was Persian war fought? Over democracy and Greeks being trapped in Idonia
Why was pelepinisian was fought? Jealousy
How was Persian war won? Tricked them at sea and made 80% drown.
How was pelepinisian war won? Not won there was a draw b/c of plague
Outcome of Trojan war? Helen was taken back but eventually released.
Outcome of Persian war? Dalian league was formed with Athens as its head
Outcome of pelepinisian war? Athens died out and never recovered
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