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Common Assessment for Ancient Greece and Hellenistic culture.
|An ancient Greek city-state
|A marketplace in a city-state
|A high hill, high hill in which marked the center of Athens (Parthenon)
|Belief in many gods.
|A group of people gathered together in one place for a common purpose.
|White marble temple on the Acropolis in Athens built to honor Athena.
|An ancient Greek philosopher; Socratic method (Philosophical method of questioning to gain truth.)
|Greek philosopher who believed that philosopher-kings should rule society. He rejected democracy.
|Greek philosopher who believed that observation and comparison were necessary to gain knowledge. He taught the Golden Mean.
|Ionian Greek philosopher, mathematician, and the founder of the Pythagoreanism movement. He is often known as a great mathematician and scientist and is best known for the Pythagorean theorem which bears his name.
|The father of medicine, being considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine.
|Alexander the Great
|Leader from Macedonia, his father conquered Greece, he brought Persia and most of Asia and Europe under his rule, spread Hellenistic (Greek-like) culture.
|Great elected leader in Athens, democracy was the strongest under his leadership.
|Ascribed by the ancient Greeks to the legendary author of the Iliad and the Odyssey.
|What sea did the Greeks use to trade with Asia Minor?
|Olive oil and grapes
|What were two major exports of Ancient Greece?
|Adult males who were born in the polis
|Who was considered a citizen in Athens?
|What is most of Greece's terrain like?
|Mountainous terrain caused city-states to be what?
|Did Greeks believe in one or more than one God, being what?
|Atop the acropolis
|Where is the Parthenon?
|What is a feature of architecture?
|Spread of Greek-like culture (Hellenistic culture)
|What resulted Alexander the Great's conquest?
|What type of government did Athens have?
|Did Athens or Sparta trade and collenate?
|Did Athens or Sparta focus on education?
|Did Athens or Sparta relied on agriculture?
|Did Athens or Sparta train children into being warriors?
|What type of government did Sparta have?
|Citizens sat in an assembly and voted
|What happened in a direct democracy?
|Grapes and olives
|What were two plentiful, natural resources in Greece?
|Using an assembly
|How did Athens vote?
|Who made decisions in Sparta?
|Was it Athens or Sparta who created helots to farm and only traded in their league?
|Who created the Dalian League?
|Was it Athens or Sparta who used education to make good citizens and trade with others?
|Was it Athens or Sparta who traded outside of their city-state?
|Who was Socrates?
|Who was Homer?
|Who was Pythagoras?
|Who was Alexander the Great?
|Conquered Persia and influenced the Mediterranean the spread of Greek language and culture
|What did Alexander the Great do?