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Ancient Greece

Socrates A greek philosopher who use doubt and questioning to challenge leaders of greece.
Agora The central marketing place of Athens and the site of numerous temples and government buildings.
Alexander the Great A leader of Greece; known for conquering other lands and spreading Greek Culture.
Peninsula A body of land that is surrounded on three sides by water.
Monarchy Country ruled by a king or queen (one ruler).
Classical Age An age marked by great achievements. The creation of city-states marks the beginning of Greece's Classical Age.
Polis The Greek word for city-state.
Aristotle A greek philosopher who believed in science and reason.
Citizen A person who has rights and responsibilities in his or her country or community.
Democracy A government run by the people in which citizens make their own laws.
Plato A Greek philosopher who believed in the wisest people ruling the people.
Athens Capital of Greece; famous for navy, education and philosophy.
Acropolis A walled hill where people of the city could seek safety during an enemy attack.
Aristocrat A rich, upper class man in ancient Greece, who often had a role in the government.
Sparta A government run by the people in which citizens make their own laws.
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