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Monarchy
form of government in which one peson hold the power, and power is passed down to son
Monarch
ruler who holds the power in a monarchy
Aristocrat
a member of the most powerful group in ancient Greece
Oligarchy
a form of government in which the ruling power is in the hands of a few rich people
Oligarch
the person who holds power in an oligarchy
Tyrant
a person who seizes power illegally
Tyranny
a form of governmet in which the ruling person is not a lawful ruler
Democracy
a form of governme tin which the poer is shared by all citizens
Citizen
a member of a democracy who has certain rights and responsibilities
Assembly
a group of citizens in ancient Greece with the power to pass laws
Peleponnessus
the peninsula forming the lower part of Greece
Peninsula
A long piece of land surrounded by water
Agora
A marketplace in ancient egypt
Priestess
A female priesT
Spartan
Characterized by self-discipline- simple
Acropolis
A hill above a greek city on which temples were built
Parthenon
The temple built to honor the goddess Athena
Myth
A traditional story that helps to explain a culture's beliefs
Architecture
The art of designing buildings
Drama
The art of writing, acting in, and producing plays
Sculpture
The art of creating 3-dimensional figures from wood, stone, clay
Philosophy
A theory or set of values by which one lives
Ally
A country or group that joins with another for a common purpose ex)against a common enemy
Geometry
Branch of mathematics involving points, lines, and figures