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Direct Democracy
a form of government in which citizens rule directly and not through representatives
classical art
art of greece in which harmony, order, and balance were standards
tragedy
drama about one of these themes: Love, hate, war or betrayal.
comedy
Greek tragedy with contained scenes filled with slapstick situations and crude humor.
Peloponnesian war
War between Athens and Sparta. Sparta won after 27 years.
Socrates
Philosopher who believed that absolute standards did exist for truth and justice. Encouraged Greeks to question themselves and their moral character.
Plato
Greek philosopher who wrote The Republic (which was about the perfectly governed society).
Aristotle
Greek philosper that used logic to support his ideas. His thoughts are the basis of the scientific method used today.
Delian League
Alliance of 140 city-states. Greeks first attempt at a unified government.