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Chapter 10 AP World

Mediterranean Society: The Greek Phase

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Minoan society arose on the island of _____. Crete
Was the center of _____ commerce. Mediterranean
Mycenaean society: named after important city, _____. Mycenae
_____ immigrants settled in Greece, 2000 B.C.E. Indo-European
Overpowered _____ society. Minoan
Chaos in the eastern Mediterranean after _____ War. Trojan
_____ maintained domination by a powerful military machine. Sparta
In _____'s society, citizenship was open to free adult males, not to foreigners, slaves, and women. Athens
Greeks founded more than _____ colonies. 400 (four hundred)
Greek cities on _____ coast revolted against Persia. Ionian
Who won the battle of the Marathon? Athens
_____ tried again to seize Athens; his navy lost battle of Salamis Xerxes
Persian army retreated back to _____. Anatolia
What was The Delian League? Military and financial alliance among Greek poleis against Persian threat.
Tensions led to two armed camps, under leadership of Athens and Sparta. This is the _____ war. The Peloponnesian War
Philip of _____ (reigned 359-336 B.C.E.) brought Greece under control. Macedon
_____ of Macedon succeeds Philip at age twenty and begins conquests. Alexander
_____ invaded Persian homeland and burned Persepolis. Alexander of Macedon
Hellenistic Empires: Alexander's realm was divided into 3 sections. Antigonid, Ptolemaic, and Seleucid.
Antigonid empire; continuous tension between the Antigonid rulers and _____. Greek cities
The rulers did not interfere in Egyptian society Ptolemaic
The _____ empire: largest, from Bactria to Anatolia Seleucid
_____ withdrew from Seleucids and established independent Greek kingdom. Bactria
_____ could not own landed property but could operate small businesses. Women
_____ women enjoyed higher status than women of other poleis. Spartan
_____ worked as cultivators, domestic servants. Slaves
Encouraged reflection on questions of ethics and morality and was condemned to death on charge of corrupting Athenian youths. Socrates
The theory of Forms or Ideas--world of ideal qualities. This world is imperfect reflection of World of Forms. Plato
Plato's student, but distrusted theory of Forms. Aristotle
The _____ philosophers: search for personal tranquility Hellenistic
Religions of salvation spread through _____ routes. Trade
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