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World History & You

Ch. 7 The story of Ancient Greece

TermDefinition
Greece is a small country in Europe. It is near the Mediterranean Sea.
Greeks The people who live in greece.
Black Sea Where the Greeks sailed Ships.
Colonies Greek towns built in far-off places.
Mountains Land mass that protected Greece and the greeks built on the flat land between these.
Athens It was the most important city-state in greece.
Democracy The government is run by the people. Citizens voted.
Citizen Men who were born in the city-state that could vote.
Aristotle a Famous greek teacher that started his own school in Athens
Aspasia This person who started a school for girls.
Statues These were meant to show perfection, and lifelike images of perfect humans.
PhilipII He was the father of Alexander the Great. He conquered the Greek city-states from the North.
Alexander the Great He conquered a lot of land for Greece like northern India. He beat the Persian army. He ruled Egypt and the Middle east. He died at age 33.
Theaters it began as part of a festival to the Greek gods, but eventually became a major part of the Greek culture.
Created by: mtrampf