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Greece

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Who was Zeus? The king of greek gods.
Who was Hera? Goddess of home and earth.
Who was Athena? Goddess of war and wisdom, protector of Athens.
Who was Aphrodite? Goddess of Love.
Who was Ares? God of War
Who was Nike? Goddess of Victory
What does S stand for? S for soldier, S for strength, S for sparta.
What age were Spartan children put into war? Age 7
Wdhat does A stand for? A for acheivment, A for academics, and A for Athens.
Who were the first to develop democracy? Athens
Were woman citizens in the Athens democracy? No
What does Monarchy mean? Ruled by a King
What does Aristocracy mean? Upper Class Rules
What does Tyranny mean? Rule by one Tyrant
What does democracy mean? Rule by citizens
Who were the two tyrants who took over the Athenian government? Draco and Solon
What would happen if you did not participate in greek government? You were banned up to 10 years.
How many votes did it take to cast you out of Greece? Up to 6,000
What type of column is a doric column? A dull, basic column.
What type of colum is a Ionic column? Looks like Eyeglasses, slightly more complex than a doric.
What type of column is a Corinthian column? An Elegant and very top heavy colum.
Who were the contributers to greece? Homer, Herodotus, Phidias, Socrates, Plato, Aristole, Hippocrates, Pythagoras, Archimedes, and Aeschelus & Sophocles.
Who was Alexander the Great? Student of Aristole, Loved greek culture, Conquers all of MICE except china.
What does MICE stand for? M - Mesopotamia I - Inida C - China E - Egypt
Created by: SydneyNovak
 

 



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