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Know locations of: Balkan Peninsula, Mycenae, Athens, Sparta, Crete, Aegean Sea, and Asia MinorKnow locations of: Balkan Peninsula, Mycenae, Athens, Sparta, Crete, Aegean Sea, and Asia Minor
Much of Western civilizations, the cultures that in later centuries evolved in Europe and spread to the Americas, has its foundation in early Grecian history
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World History Final Exam Multiple ChoiceWorld History Final Exam Multiple Choice
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Sparta governmentSparta government
Functions: to control the conduct of the kings, negotiate foreign treaties, and do much everyday state business aka kings advisors
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Greece Unit Study Guide key (Chapters 25-31)Greece Unit Study Guide key (Chapters 25-31)
The ancient Greeks worshiped the sea god Poseidon. What does this tell you about Greek civilization?
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776, with the first Olympics776, with the first Olympics
Mother-cities and their colonies usually maintained close ties, but the colony was an independent city-state
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Chapter 3: Middle Eastern Empires: 800B. C. – 330B. C. TChapter 3: Middle Eastern Empires: 800B. C. – 330B. C. T
Finally, one group—the Assyrians—controlled most of the area. In fact, they controlled so much land that they became an empire. This chapter introduces you to the Assyrian Empire and to the Chaldean and Persian Empires that followed it
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Name Mrs. SheehanName Mrs. Sheehan
While the Phoenicians and Hebrews were developing their civilizations, powerful kingdoms rose and fell in Mesopotamia
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Assyria and the Neo-Babylonian EmpiresAssyria and the Neo-Babylonian Empires
Hammurabi died his Mesopotamian empire slowly crumbled due to internal turmoil, fighting, and outside invaders. This continued over several hundreds of years which led to the Assyrians uniting the region once again
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Athens Parthenon Democracy Draco Solon King Darius Phalanx Xerxes Delian league Pericles The Peloponnesian War Essay Questions on the back!!Athens Parthenon Democracy Draco Solon King Darius Phalanx Xerxes Delian league Pericles The Peloponnesian War Essay Questions on the back!!
Attica Peninsula. As a result, the Athenians can trace their roots back a long time. The acropolis of Athens is a magnificent flat mountaintop covered with temple ruins – the most famous of which is the Parthenon
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Chapter 13-Introduction to IndiaChapter 13-Introduction to India
In this chapter, you explored eight physical features of the Indian subcontinent and how they affected early settlement in India
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Unit 2 corrective: Greece, Rome & the Rise of Christianity in order to take form b, you must turn in this corrective multiple choiceUnit 2 corrective: Greece, Rome & the Rise of Christianity in order to take form b, you must turn in this corrective multiple choice
Name: Date: Class
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Located on the Balkan Peninsula it is surrounded by several seas No rivers Greece traded with other regionsLocated on the Balkan Peninsula it is surrounded by several seas No rivers Greece traded with other regions
Made transportation difficult and it was hard to unite Greece under a single government!!!
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Geography of Ancient Greece Islands and MountainsGeography of Ancient Greece Islands and Mountains
Southeast Europe along the Mediterranean Sea, which separates Europe from Africa. Greek civilization was surrounded by other great civilizations of the age, including the Egyptians to the south, the Etruscans and the Romans to the west
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The Battle of Thermopylae and its ConsequencesThe Battle of Thermopylae and its Consequences
Recognize how the 300 Spartans and their allies were able to hold the much larger Persian army for three days
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Alexander the GreatAlexander the Great
Macedonia between 334 B. C. and 323 B. C he was the son of King Phillip II and Queen Olympia of Macedonia. As a boy, Alexander was taught by a leading Greek philosopher and teacher, Aristotle at his school the Nyphaeon
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