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Zoraster A .A religious leader B. preached a new monothestic religion C. taught that there was one supreme god named Ahura Mazda, force of good
Cyrus A.a persian king of the persian empire B. built a strong army C. grew his empire together by treating conquered people fairly
Darius I A reorganised the government to be more efficient B he believed a god chose him to be king C divided Greece into satrapies
Xerxes Invaded Greece with 200,000 soldiers
Leonidas When he fought against the persians with Athens he supplied the most soldiers and Led 7,000 soldiers into a war that lasted for three days
Who wrote History of the Persian Wars? Herodotus
Aspasia The first woman in the government
Pericles Made Athens more democratic
Representative Democracy In a representative democracy citizens elect a smaller group of people then those people make laws, represents them and governs
Direct Democracy Every citizen gets to say something and vote in the government
Delian League The combined army of some of the city-states in Greece to defend against Persians
Athenian Economy Lots of people were trading with other city-states for food and other goods
Peloponnesian War When the city-states were in the Delian League they were all equal but Athens wanted to rule so they went to war with Sparta
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