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members of the city who had legal rights citizen
the art and practice of government politics
a hereditary class of rules aristocery
the ownership and control of other people slavery
governments run by a strong ruler tyranny
witch means rule by the people democracy
a membership of cummunity citizenship
worked with athens because of he small population direct democracy
citizens elect others to represent them for government representative democracy
some conquered messinians became helots helot
its a disipline society military state
military housing barracks
ended the first persian war battle of marathon
broke persians power battle of salamis
members promised to protect one another from persia delian league
spartans formed there own alliance on the peloponnesian pininsula peloponnesian league
it is a city alexandria
a period that lasted from alexandrias time to 30 b c hellenistic
the worship of many gods polythism
collection of myths or stories and people tell about the gods and heroes mitholigy
its a sports event olympic games
its used to instruct students for all subjects socratic method
or logical guess hypothesist
its a oath that doctors made to use there knolege in ethical ways hippocratic oath
Created by: byrdashlee