Flashcards in 9.2 The Greek City-States Deck (15):
A city on the Western coast Asia Minor; site of the legendary Trojan War.
A mountain in Northern Greece thought by the Greeks to be home of their gods.
A city-states that was the best example of Ancient Greek democracy; the capital of modern Greece.
An ancient Greek city-state that was under strict military rule.
Ancient Greek poet who composed two poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey, about the Trojan War.
Ancient Athenian leader who strove to make Athens the center of art and literature and who was responsible for the building of the Parthenon.
A traditional story that may include gods and goddesses and often tries to explain events in nature.
To live forever.
A government controlled by a few wealthy people.
A government by the people.
The passing down of stories from person to person orally.
In ancient Greece, an Athenian governing body of all citizens older than eighteen.
The Trojan war was fought between the Greeks and the people of Troy.