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Ancient Greek1

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Odyssey a greek epic credited to the poet Homer, describing the adventures of the hero Odysseus after the Trijan War
Troy an ancient city in northwestern Anatolia,the Asian part of Turkey,the site of the mythical Trojan war
Myceneans
Peloponnesian
Acropolis a high,rocky hill on or near which early people built cities
Alexander the Great king of Macedonia conquered Persia;and egypt and invaded India spread Hellenism
Socrates Athenian pilsopher of late 400s b.c taught through questioning helped form many values of Western culture was put to death for challenging Athenian values
Column
Aegean Sea
Trireme
Philip of Macedonia
Tyrant a ruler who takes power with the support
Peninsula an area of land
epic
Created by: rozina12