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Government in Athens

Use to help study for your Government in Athens and Sparta Quiz

Assembly This meeting was an opportunity for all citizens to debate and vote on laws.
Athens This is the city where democracy was born.
Cleisthenes He is known as the father of democracy.
Citizens In Greece, free men who had the right to participate in government were known as this.
Democracy This term is Greek for “rule of the people.”
Draco He created a set of very harsh laws for Athens
Macedonians Democracy in Athens came to an end after these people conquered Greece.
Oligarchy This term means “government by the few.”
Pericles This leader encouraged the people of his city to participate in government
Representative Democracy This term describes the government of the United States.
Peloponnesian War Started when Sparta declared war on Athens
End of the Peloponnesian War Greece was left open to attacks from outsiders
Athens and Sparta Two great city-states in Greece
Sparta City-state that believed in military power
Sparta Boys trained to be disciplined and obedient soldiers.
Most Athenian men became farmers or skilled craftsmen.
Athenian women Took care of the house and had no rights.
Spartan strength was its Army.
Athenian Strength was its Navy
Persian war Alliance Athens was the leader of this alliance.
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