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Gr 7 History Ch 6

Grade 7 History Ch 6 Review - People

TermDefinition
Javan Japheth's son who was the ancestor of the Greeks
Minoans the people who built the earliest civilization in the vicinity of Greece
Mycenaeans the people who flourished on the mainland of Greece between 1600 and 1200 BC
Dorians invaders from the north who helped to bring about a dark age in Greece which started about 1200 BC
Homer the blind poet who greatly influenced Greek culture and portrayed the gods as glorified human beings
Achilles and Odysseus great warriors in Greek mythology
Cyrus the Great the Persian emperor who conquered Ionia in 546 BC
Darius I the Persian king who crushed the Ionian revolt and demanded that the mainland Greeks submit to him
Xerxes the king who launched a secone Perisan invasion of Greece
Leonidas the brave leader of the Spartans at Thermopylae
Solon an aristocrat who introduced democratic principles to Athenian government
Pericles the aristocrat who brought Athenian democracy to its fullest measure
Socrates the philosopher who insisted that morality be a part of philosophy
Plato the philosopher who wrote thirty or more works called dialogues
Aristotle the philosopher who recognized order, design, and the purpose in the universe; teacher of young Alexander the Great
Philip II the Macedonian king who conquered almost all of Greece before he was assissinated
Alexander the Great the young Greek conqueror of Persia
Ptolemy the general who took Egypt after Alexander's death
Antipater the general who took Macedonia after Alexander's death
Laomedon the general who took Syria, including all of Canaan, after Alexander's death
Thucydides the author of History of the Peloponnesian War
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