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ancient greece

chapter 2 and 3 review

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A screw set inside a wooden cylinder, used to lift water from the ditch to the field. Archimedes screw
Large step-like strips of land built into the hillside. terrace
What metal was made from a mixture of tin and copper? bronze
The name for a person who was learning a trade. apprentice
What the ancient Greek marketplace was called. agora
A sharp curved blade used to cut the crops. sickle
Ancient Greeks did not eat meat often, but ate a lot of this food group. fruits and vegetables
If a person owned a business, this room was likely in their home. workshop
Items like tin or silk,that the ancient Greeks bought from other countries are called this. imports
Items that the Greeks sold to other countries, like olive oil or pottery, are called this. exports
Created by: libraryb