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The Golden Age Of Greece And The Peloponnesian Wars

Teacher: M. Smith
A group of ships: Fleet. A nation's ships of war and of logistic support.
1. A place where ships may ride secure from storms. 2. An opening in a vessel's side (as for admitting light or loading cargo).
Belonging to the oldest and simplest Greek architectural order. A dialect of ancient Greek spoken esp. in the Peloponnisos, Crete, Sicily, and southern Italy.
1. A stock of accumulated goods esp. at a specified time and in contrast to income received during a specified period. Also: the value of these accumulated goods. 2. Chief importance. 3. The uppermost member of a column or pilaster crowning the shaft and taking the weight of the entablature. 4. Being the seat of government.
The goods or merchandise conveyed in a ship, airplane, or vehicle.
To travel by water: Sail.. To steer a course through a medium.
Of or relating to the ancient Greek architectural order distinguished esp. by fluted columns on bases and scroll volutes in its capitals.
Artificial basin or enclosure for the reception of ships that is equipped with means for controlling the water height.
A person whose business is buying and selling.
A triangular space that forms the gable of a low pitched roof and that is usually filled with relief sculpture in classical architecture.
A sculptured or richly ornamented band (as on a building or piece of furniture).
A spiral scroll-shaped ornament forming the chief feature of the Ionic capital.
A part of a body of water protected and deep enough to furnish anchorage.
A dark brown or black bituminous, usually odorous liquid obtained by destructive distillation of organic material (as wood, coal, or peat).
A temporary or movable platform for workers (as bricklayers, painters, or miners) to stand or sit on when working at a height above the floor or ground.
1. A statue of gigantic size and proportions. 2. A person or thing of immense size or power.
1. A flat-bottomed barge used to carry coal. 2. The chief structural member of a boat or ship that extends longitudinally along the center of its bottom and that often projects from the the bottom.