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Ancient Greece

Body of water east of the Balkan Peninsula.
A Greek city-state that valued education, art, architecture and philosophy. The birthplace of democracy.
A small group of people having control of a country, organization, or institution.
A Greek city-state that valued military training.
Elected representatives who vote to make rules and laws on the citizens behalf.
A Spartan captive.
A government that is ruled by the privileged class.
An ancient civilization located on the mainland. Their height was around 1400 BCE and were named after their city-state Mycenae.
Constructed as a temple for the Goddess Athena who was the chief deity worshipped by the residents of Athens
Citizens vote to make their own rules and laws.
A meeting place where the citizens could speak their minds and try to influence one another in the political process.
The ancient citadel of Athens, where the Parthenon is located.
Cruel and oppressive government or rule. This usually occurs when one cruel person has all the power.
Peninsula in the southern region of Greece
Sea north of the island Crete
Largest of the Greek islands
An ancient civilization located on the island of Crete that lasted from 3,000 to 1100 BCE.
Northern region of Greece
A piece of land surrounded by water on three sides
Body of water west of the Balkan Peninsula
A political system that is “ruled by the people.”
A system of government where one person rules, in which they obtain absolute power.