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Athens and Sparta

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This meeting was an opportunity for all citizens to debate and vote on laws. assembly
The city where democracy was born Athens
In Greece, free men who had the right to participate in government were known as this citizens
Known as the father of democracy Cleisthenes
Greek for rule of the people democracy
Where citizens participate directly in government direct democracy
He created a set off year harsh laws for Athens Draco
Democracy in Athens came to an end after these people conquered Greece Macedonians
Means "government by the few" oligarchy
This leader encouraged the people of his city to participate in government Pericles
A leader who held power through the use of force tyrants
Greece was open to attack from who because of fighting between Greek city -states after the Peloponnesian War? outsider
How did the Peloponnesian War begin? Sparta declared war on Athens
Who were the greatest city-states in Greece? Athens and Sparta
What did the Spartans believe was the way to provide security and protection for their city? military power
Boys in Sparta were trained to be? Disciplined obedient soldiers
What job did most men in Athens have? Skilled craftsmen or farmers
In what city-state did women have almost no rights at all? Athens
Athens have a strong Navy. What did Sparta have? A strong Army
Who was the leader of a powerful alliance of Greek city-states after the Persian Wars? Sicily
Created by: linda.dillon



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