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acropolis
building - worship - scense of order
aristocracy
gov run by upper class
aristotle
student of plato influnenced western civilixation
democracy
gov that people are involved in the decision making
dorian's
regress in writing and trade
euclid
mathmatician - geometry - taught by pluto
helots
slaves
hippocrates
doctor - father of medicine
minoans
civilization - trade based - polytheistic
monarchy
gov that the king/queen has all power
mycenaean's
civ - writing - king - walled cities - trogan war
olgarchy
a few people have power
parthenon
dedicated to athena - stored sculptures of her
peloponnesian war
sparta vs athens
persian wars
greese vs oersuabs
oericles
greek politicion in athens - made reforms - rebuilt athens
plato
student of socrates - founded the academy
polis
city state in greek
socrates
first philosopher
solon
greek reformer
socrates
first philosopher
trojan war
mycean vs trogans (who were deminished)
tyranny
gov ues power cruely and unjustly
zeus
head g-d
geography
-rivers for civ - var dar, struna
-ocean coast - trade
-location allowed them to grow olives and grapes
golden age
buildings
nationalism
direct deminstration
scolars
apology
socrates trial
architecture highlights
featured in western civ
temples dedicated to g-ds
greek in western civ
dc designed like greeke
democracy form greece
other archicture