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Greece Vocab II

School of philosophy founded by Plato
"high city" in Greek; the upper part of an Ancient Greek city where public buildings and the city's defenses were located
Hereditary class of ruler, Greek for the "rule by the best people"
a foreigner living in an ancient Greek city-state; often a merchant or artisan; who had some of the privileges of citizenship
Government in which citizens take part directly in day-to-day affairs of government.
Government in which a small group of people rule
Democracy in which the people elect representatives to make there nation's laws
Society organized for the purpose of waging was
Man responsible for the day to day operation of the goverment in Sparta. The ephors were leaders of ancient Sparta and shared power with the two Sparta kings. The ephors were a council of five elected annually who swore "on behalf of the city", while the kings swore for themselves.
Person who pays rent, either money or crops on another person's land
Art and practice of the government
Ownership and control of other people as property
Legal member of a country or city-state
In Ancient Greece, an athletic competition held every 4 years in honor of Zeus
Collection of myths or stories that people tell about their gods and heroes
Oath taken by medical students swearing to practice medicine in an ethical way
Form of government ink hick citizens hold political power
Form of teaching in which the teachers asks students question after question to force them to think more clearly
Messenian person forced to work as a lowly gamer by Sparta. a member of a class of serfs in ancient Sparta, intermediate in status between slaves and citizens. a serf or slave.
Membership in a state or community which gives a person civil rights
Unjust use of power or in Ancient Greece a government run by a strong ruler
In Ancient Greek drama, a group of people who commented on the action of a play and advised the characters
Military housing
Greek military formation of heavily armed foot soldiers who moved together as a unit
Greek city-state; especially as considered in its ideal form for philosophical purposes