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explain Minoan way of life
between 175Obc- 15OObc acquired ideas&techonology-adapted to their culture had rooms of royal banquet and religious shrines walls of palace covered in colorful frescos worshipped...
explain Mycenaens way of life
between 14OObc-12OObc lived in seperate Greek city-states warrior king built thick walled fortress wealthy rulers hoarded treasures
compare Minoans way of life with Mycenaens
the Minoans and Mycenaens both depended on sea trade to survive, also both civilizations lived on the island of Crete
explain Athens way of life; from the beginning to end of Pelopennesian war
limited democracy gov. evolved from monarchy to aristocracy noble landowners had power chose chief officials under aristocracy,Athenian wealth grew but as discontent spread,...
explain Sparta way of life; from the beginning to end of Pelopennesian war
put military training above all else persuaded by Athens to joing fight against Persia Spartan held enornormus Persian force, but Persia puahed through Sparta later invaded Athens...
explain how Athens and Sparta were alike
Athens and Sparta are alike because they both were around during ancient Greece. At first they worked together to fight against Persia, but then Sparta had feud with Athens causing...
explain quote "Spartans are willing to die for their city, because they have no reason to live"
this quote is negative because tSparta had no fun activites, no love, no family time either. It was all about training, training...
ruled by people
gov. with one ruler
gov. which ruling belongs to few people
gov. headed by privelaged or upper class
city-states in ancient Greece
highest and fortified point within Greek city states
massive formation of heavily armed foot soliders
heavily armed foot soliders
areas dedicated to honor gods and goddesses
narrow water passage
made slaves work for the land
people who gained power by force
law making body
formal aggreement between two or more nations
large # of citizens take direct part in day to day affairs
panel of citizens who make authority to make final judgement in trial
a citizen who wrote someone names on pottery
art of skillful speaking
plays that told stories of human suffering
humorous plays that mocked people or customs