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Ancient Greece 2

tragedies Plays usually written about Greece's mythical past
Athena Goddess of War
Agora Marketplace where Greeks could shop , socialize, and gather news.
Mt. Olympus The highest mountain in Greece where the ancient Greeks believed many of their gods and goddesses lived.
Parthenon a former temple , on on the Athenian acropolis, dedicated to the goddess Athena
Homer Wrote The Iliad, a novel about the Trojan Wars.
Aphrodite Goddess of love
Trojan Wars Conflict between the Greeks and the Trojans, city of Troy.
helot A Spartan slave
Alexander the Great King of Macedonia who conquered Greece, Egypt, and Persia
Herodotus "Father of History" who wrote about the Persian Wars
Hippocrates "Father of Medicine": Greek doctor who taught how to treat disease by understanding what caused illness
Aristotle Greek philosopher who taught Alexander the Great, son of King Phillip II
Aesop Greek slave who wrote fables, stories that teach a lesson
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