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What is citizens? Members of the city-state.
What are politics? The art of practice of government.
What is aristocracy? A hereditary class of rulers.
What is slavery? Is the ownership or control of another person.
What is tyranny? Government ran by a strong ruler.
What is a democracy? Rule by the people.
What is citizenship? Is the membership in a community.
What is direct democracy? A system where the citizens participate directly.
What is Representative Democracy? Citizens elect others to represent them in government.
What is Helot? Some conquered Messenians became Helots.
What is Military State? Is a society organized for the purpose of waging war.
What is Barracks? Military housing.
What is the Battle of Marathon? Ended the first Persian war.
What is the Battle of Salamis? Broke Persian naval power.
What is Delian league? Members promised to protect one and another from Persia and provided ships or money for defense.
What is the Peloponnesians League? Like Sparta, other members of the Peloponnesians League feared the power of the Athens.
What is Alexandria? A city named after Alexander The Great.
What is Hellenistic? It is a period of time where Greek culture spread.
What is Polytheism? The worship of many gods.
What is Mythology? Is the collection of myths or stories that people tell about there gods and heroes.
What is the Olympic games These games took place every four years to honor Zeus.
What is the Socratic method? Used to instruct students in variety of subjects.
What is a hypothesis? It is logical guesses.
What is a Hippocratic oath? It help guides doctors.
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