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Greece Vocab. 9-2

ancient greece Athens, Sparta, Pelop. War

TermDefinition
Alliance An agreement to work together
Delian League an alliance of Greek city-states, under the leadership of Athens, whose purpose was to continue preparing for future attacks/wars with the Persian Empire
Hellenistic Greek-Like culture
Interdependence is a mutual dependence between two people/things
Peloponnesian War A war between Athens and Sparta that threatened to tear all of Greece apart
Phalanx a body of troops or police officers, standing or moving in close formation.
Phillip II King of Macedonia who conqured the Greek city-states, father of Alex the Great
Sparta one of the leading city-states of ancient Greece, famous for their very totalitarian oligarchy, with its very strong army
Athens one of the leading city-states of ancient Greece, famous for its learning, culture, and democratic government.
Capital Goods goods that are used in producing other goods, rather than being bought by consumers.
Alexander the Great Great leader that conquered much land for Greece, untied the Gordium Knot, Died at age 33 in Babylon, spread Hellenistic culture
Created by: lyndyz