Flashcards in 9.3 Deck (16):
a city-state that was the best example of ancient Greek democracy; the capital of modern Greece.
a plain northeast of Athens, Greece.
the sight of a mighty sea battle between Greece and Persia.
a Greek city-state that defeated Sparta.
an ancient country in northern Greece; a nation formed after the breakup of Yugoslavia.
c. 470 BC - 399 BC Ancient Greek philosopher who developed an approach to teaching based on a question.
384 BC - 322 BC Ancient Greek philosopher and student of Plato who wrote more than 170 books.
the longest race in the Olympics, a footrace of about 26 miles.
a person who studies truth and knowledge.
an attack of bubonic plague that killed about 25-30% of Europe's population from 1347 to 1352.
a higher soldier.
a period of time in ancient Athens when magnificent temples were built; artists created statue and monuments; and philosopher extended human knowledge.
an approach to teaching developed by the Greek philosopher, Socrates, which involves teaching people to think by asking questions.
an ancient Greece an alliance between Athens and other Greek city-state