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What is polis? Geographic and political center of Greek life.
What are frescos? Cemented paintings, tells about past.
What is democratic? Every citizen gets to vote on an issue.
What is a constitution? Rules and principals for governing.
What is a prophecy? Prediction about the future.
What is an acropolis? Fortified hill
Who are aristocrats? Members of Sparta's ruling class; RICH.
Who are Hellenes? Term used to refer to all Greek people.
What is a trireme? Warship built by the Greeks.
What is an agora? Greek market place.
What is a labyrinth? Maze
What is an oligarchy? Goverment in which few people make decision.
What are the Olympiads? 4 years in between Olympic games.
What is an orator? Public speaker
What is a hypothesis? Educated guess.
What is a phalanx? Foot soilders, 16 rows deep, overlapping shields.