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Ancient Greece Voc.1

Ancient Greece Vocabulary 1

Open air seating large enough to seat more than 10,000 people with a stage area. Amphitheater
The fastest Greek war ship. It took 170 men to row it. Trireme
The Greek word for a city-state. Polis
An athletic event held every 4 years to honor Zeus. Olympics
One of the most famous and influential Greek philosophers. Socrates
Small countries that included a city and surrounding farmland. City-states
A Greek soldier (only wealthy men) Hoplite
Two-handled containers used to store oil and grain Amphora
A piece of land almost surrounded by water Peninsula
A circle of leaves that, in the past, was worn on the head by an important person or the winner of a competition Laurel Wreath
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