Ancient Greece (study guide (the citizens were angry, greatly, and harsh…
the citizens were angry, greatly, and harsh and that's why the tyrants were overthrown
the strengths of monarchy, oligarchy, tyranny, and democracy are all have leaders.
the weakness are they make quick dictions inform polices faster.
Athens was the birthplace of democracy
the similarities of monarchy and tyranny both have rulers and differences born with a ruler or takes over the thrown
the propose of mythology is to teach a lesson to kids this influenced modern culture by making good dicions
etymology means demos- people and kratos- power
the difference between democracy and our republic is democracy is practiced and votes directly were as our republic has different rules and vote for leaders decide on issues
a free man whose father was a citizen could be a citizen of Athens.
balance and beauty are the things Greek artist loved to portrays
arcorcouter, structure, poetry, art, math, science, philosophy, Olympics, and Hippocratic oath were all important achievements.
doctors take the Hippocratic oath.
education field is held in the Socratic method
Pythagorean theorem is math
disaster takes place in tragedy
alexander the great spreads Greek culture by spreading ideas, Greek government, and concord the land
you can become king in the monarchy by being the eldest son of the king
oligarchy is were only a few people have the power to rule
European ideas and ways of life came to be known as traditions.
physical features affected the development of city states by making city's and surrounding country side they are more independent because they are smaller
physical features there like islands craggy coast enabled isolation and trading by sea because of a lot of ports.
polis is Greece word for city sate.
some examples that start with polis is Annapolis, Minneapolis, Indianapolis, metropolis, and Kannapolis.
gatherings with men at acropolis to discus gossip, politics, government, and religion