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GREECE

GREECE

GREECE LOCATION Balkan Peninsula b/c of the sea, people became fishers, sailors, traders EARLY PEOPLE Minoan Civilization palace had running water frescoes- Mycenaeans mainland Greece warrior culture clans- CITY-STATES Polis- developed around forts represented the people

By sherlock_clovis
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Section 3: Democracy and Greece’s Golden Age

Section 3: Democracy and Greece’s Golden Age

Section 3: Democracy and Greece’s Golden Age. I. Greece’s Golden Age 50 year period (477-431BC) when Athens experienced a growth in intellectual and artistic learning art, science, literature all reached new heights during this time. A. Pericles’ Plan for Athens

By Solomon
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ANCIENT GREECE JEOPARDY

ANCIENT GREECE JEOPARDY

ANCIENT GREECE JEOPARDY. Ancient Greece Jeopardy. Something Borrowed. Ancient A’s. Geography. Potpourri. $ 100. $ 100. $ 100. $ 100. $ 200. $ 200. $ 200. $ 200. $ 300. $ 300. $ 300. $ 300. $ 400. $ 400. $ 400. $ 400. $ 500. $500. $ 500. $ 500.

By RexAlvis
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Ancient Greece Geography

Ancient Greece Geography

Ancient Greece Geography. How has the geography of Minnesota impacted your lives?. Driving Vacation School Clothing Recreation Geography had the same impacts on Ancient Greeks. Climate of Ancient Greece. Greece has a Mediterranean climate Winters are mild and wet

By Antony
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The FRAME

The FRAME

Key Topic. The FRAME. is about. Main Idea. Main Idea. Main Idea. Details. Details. Details. Mountain terrain helped and hindered the development of city states (protection but isolated) Greek cities were designed to promote civic (public) and commercial (economic) life

By elina
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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Key Terms. Early Greek Civilizations. Religion Philosophy Arts. Athens. Sparta. Spread of

By Antony
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Greece and Persia

Greece and Persia

Greece and Persia. The Big Idea Over time the Persians came to rule a great empire which eventually brought them into conflict with the Greeks. Main Ideas Persia became an empire under Cyrus the Great. The Persian Empire grew stronger under Darius I.

By Faraday
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Chapter 1 Section 2

Chapter 1 Section 2

Chapter 1 Section 2. The Civilization of the Greeks. Focus Questions #2. Identify at least three of the major contributions made by the Greek culture. Why is the Polis significant to Greek society? What are some of the major differences between Sparta and Greece? Identify at least three.

By kasi
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Athens, Greece, & America’s Democracy

Athens, Greece, & America’s Democracy

Athens, Greece, & America’s Democracy. 3 rd Grade Social Studies. The Standard Says…. I know why Greece is important to America’s democracy. Georgia Performance Standard SS3H1A. Essential Question. How is Greek culture reflected in America?. Vocabulary Log Words. ancient influence

By fallon
(198 views)

Spread of Greek Culture

Spread of Greek Culture

Spread of Greek Culture. Coach Parrish OMS Chapter 7, Section 3. Beginnings.

By tevy
(124 views)

Philip of Macedon and Alexander the Great

Philip of Macedon and Alexander the Great

Philip of Macedon and Alexander the Great. So just how great was Alexander the Great?. Greece & Philip of Macedon. Why was Philip able to take over almost all of Greece by 336 BCE? The death of the polis specialization less unity lack of leadership.

By hume
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Hellenistic Kingdom

Hellenistic Kingdom

Hellenistic Kingdom. Prelude to Rome. Death of Alexander. He did not appoint a successor before his death Divided into three kingdoms Ptolemy- Egypt, most secured kingdom Seleucus- Mediterranean Sea to Indus River Antigonus- mainland of Greece, least successful

By cara
(159 views)

Greek Culture and History: Epics and the Epic Hero

Greek Culture and History: Epics and the Epic Hero

Greek Culture and History: Epics and the Epic Hero. What is an epic?. “A long narrative poem that tells of the adventures of heroes who in some way embody the values of their civilizations” (878). Examples: The Odyssey and The Iliad by Homer

By bianca
(143 views)

Ancient Civilizations: Greece

Ancient Civilizations: Greece

Ancient Civilizations: Greece. From the cities and towns in Asia, many of travelers followed trade routes and ended up in cities along the Mediterranean Sea in what is now Lebanon, Turkey, and Greece.

By bradley
(251 views)

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great. Spread of Hellenism. Macedonia. Macedonia was a former Greek colony King Phillip II of Macedonia deeply respected Greek technology and learning Hired Greek experts to tutor his son Alexander Alexander is a “Greek” by proxy

By vaughan
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--book nine--

--book nine--

--book nine--. ::by:: Astrid & Jeffrey. Major Characters. Achilles: the son of Peleus and one of the leaders in the Achaeans army. He is also a favorable soldier of the Gods Agammenmon: the king of the Achaeans

By rosie
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( 700-539 BCE ) Etruscans = Ancient Italians who adopted much of he Greek Culture (was ETRURIA, now TUSCANY)

( 700-539 BCE ) Etruscans = Ancient Italians who adopted much of he Greek Culture (was ETRURIA, now TUSCANY)

Etruscan Art. ( 700-539 BCE ) Etruscans = Ancient Italians who adopted much of he Greek Culture (was ETRURIA, now TUSCANY) Sculptures made from terra-cotta (Italian for “Baked Earth”) The new ‘Tuscan Style’ of architecture takes Greek orders with a twist. Etruscan Art. (700-539 BCE)

By keahi
(86 views)

Eastern Mediterranean Trade

Eastern Mediterranean Trade

Eastern Mediterranean Trade . Minoans. Powerful seafaring people 2000 to 1400 BC Crete. Produced fine pottery Traded over large area Heavily influenced Greek culture Graceful, athletic people Sports: boxing, wrestling, bull leaping. End of civilization is mystery

By jorjanna
(66 views)

Summarize the works of Roman literary figures, historians, and philosophers. Describe the art and architecture developed

Summarize the works of Roman literary figures, historians, and philosophers. Describe the art and architecture developed

Objectives. Summarize the works of Roman literary figures, historians, and philosophers. Describe the art and architecture developed by the Romans. Understand how Romans applied science and mathematics for practical use. Explain how Rome’s legal codes protected everyone in the empire.

By chava
(311 views)

The Rise of Greece

The Rise of Greece

The Rise of Greece. Citizenship and Government. Rise of the City State. For 300 years after the Dorians conquered Greece there was a dark age with few arts, writing, or travel Around 800 BC, Greece began to emerge out of this Dark Age Greek sailors once again set

By emera
(100 views)

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