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Here members of the City-state who had legal rights the _______ would meet to makes laws and discuss issues affecting the entire community? Citizen
The word polis gave rise to the term __________ the art and practice of government? Politics
In early times the polis was governed by an __________ a hereditary class of rulers? Aristocracy
__________ is the ownership and control of other people as property? Slavery
Then they were able to set up_________or governments run by strong ruler? Tyranny
The Greeks called this form of government __________ which means "rule by the people"? Democracy
A political system in which citizens participate directly in decisions making is called ______________? direct democracy
Some conquered messenians became __________? Helot
A _____________ _________ is a society organized for the purpose of waging war? Military state
They lived together in ___________ or military housing? Barracks
The unexpected Greek victory at the __________________ ___ _____________ ended the first Persian war? Battle of marathon
The ______________ ____ ____________ broke Persian naval power? Battle of salamis
because Athens and its allies met together on the island of Delos their alliance was called the ________________? Delian League
It is known as the _________________ ________? Peloponnesian League
Before leaving Egypt he founded the city of ____________ in the edge of the Nile delta? Alexandria
________________ is the collection of myths or stories that people tell about their gods and heroes? Mythology
The most famous sports events was the ______________ which honored Zeus? Olympic games
Today this question-and-answer method of teaching is called the __________ __________ and is used to instruct students in a variety of subjects? Socratic method
They then formed ____________ or logical guesses to explain their observation? Hypothesis
The ______________ _____ still guides doctors today? Hippocratic oath
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