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monarchy ruled by one
council of the elders monarchy was advised why what group
aristocracy ruled by the "best"
oligarchy rule by the few (practice- few rich)
tyranny ruled by one man who has seized power by rebellion and insurrection
democracy rule by the many or the common people
helots slaves
Peloponnesian league an alliance with Corinth, Megara, and other cities in the Peloponnesus
Draco's code Athens demanded for written laws called
solon gave every freeborn native of attica a vote in the assembly and created a council of four hundred to prepare business for the assembly
court of areopagus only archons were eligible for this court
peisistratus seized control of the city and became the first tyrant of athens
cleisthenes played an important part in the development of the athenian democracy
pericles statesman who brought athens to its fullest measure
direct democracy the citizens made the big decisions of government directly themselves
representative democracy the citizens elect a few men who represent them in the government
golden age of greece age of Pericles is often referred to as what
delian league met on the island of delos
431 - 404 BC peloponnesian war when was the war between sparta and athens? what was the name of the war?
philip II king of macedonia and conquered almost all of greece
demosthenes famous athenian orator and statesman
alexander the great assumed the macedonian throne
battle of ipsus empire was divided among four generals
338 BC macedonians conquered greece when
hellinic age classical age of creece
protagoras man is the measure of all things
pedagogue a well-educated slave who was charged with the boy's manners and morals
parthenon was a temple dedicated to athena, the goddes of athens
herodotus greek father of history
homer first great greek poet
aesop legendary greek writer
fable a brief story used to teach a moral
sophocles wrote two tragedies - oedipus rex and antigone
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