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Ancient Greece Test

What is the name of an official member of a community, state, or country? citizen
Where did democracy begin? Athens, Greece
To _________ means to join with others and work together. participate
What is an ancient Greek building that influenced the architecture of many U.S. buildings, such as the Supreme Court building? Parthenon
What is an international athletic competition that is held every 4 years? Olympics
On which continent is Greece? Europe
A government where citizens rule themselves is a __________. democracy
Which columns are plain? Doric
Which columns have scrolls at the top? Ionic
Which columns have "cabbage leaves" at the top? Corinthian
What do the Olympics of Ancient Greece and the Olympics of today have in common? They both give awards to winners.
Why were some U.S. government buildings built to look like ancient Greek buildings? Their buildings remind people of what the U.S. shared with Athens.
How is the Parthenon similar to the Supreme Court building? They both have marble steps, carvings, and columns.
Who had the right to vote in Ancient Greece? Men from Greece who were landowners.
Why doesn't the U.S. have a direct democracy? There are too many citizens and they are spread out across the country.
Why did the citizens of Athens choose democracy as their form of government? They wanted citizens to participate and choose their own leaders.
Created by: cwaters