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Homer A great poet of the time. Wrote the Iliad.
Pericles Ruler of Athens during the golden age.
Socrates He was famous for developing the Socratic method that many collage professors use today. The Socratic method is when you ask questions to teach instead of just giving answers.
Plato He was most famous for cave analogy which was trying to explain what the analogies where in cave writings.
Aristotle He was a famous philosophers, he was also the teacher for Alexander the great.
Pythogoras He developed the Pythagorean thyrum. Which was to find the area of a triangle.
Hippocrates The reason for the Hippocratic oath.
Alexander the Great He Spread Greek culture throughout the world.
Agora A gathering; a marketplace in ancient Greece
Acropolis A hill in a city-state
Athenian citizen you don’t just have to be born in Athens
Direct Democracy A form of democracy in which all citizens can participate firsthand in decision-making process
Oligarchy A government in which a small group has control
Polis A Greeke city-state
Polotheistic A belief in more than one god
Assembly where the people of athens go to hear out people decisions or ideas.
Parthenon A great temple at the acropolis of Athens
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