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History Test

Greek Test

TermDefinition
acropolis high Hill
aristocrats rich land owners
citizens people who held the right to participate in government
classical age of marked by great acheivements
democracy a government in which people rule themselves
fables short stories that have a lesson or life advice
mythology stories made up to try to explain how the world works
oligarchy a government in which a few rich land owners rule
polis greek word for city-state
tyrant a ruler that gained power by force
Pericles a brilliant leader that was elected
Aesop a famous fable writer who wrote stories like Aesop's Fables to give lessons on life
Homer A famous Greek poet who wrote the Iliad and the odyssey
Cleisthenes fomous leader for the Athens
Direct Democracy When you directly choose someone to rule
Representative Democracy When you elect someone who you want to rule
Created by: Brae K