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Unformatted text preview: Ancient Greece Jeopardy Geography Philosophy Great Greeks Wars Intro Sparta and Athens Miscellaneous 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 Geography 100 • Ancient Greece was split up into many… City­ States Geography 200 • The Southwest part of Greece which included Athens and Sparta was known as Peloponnesus Geography 300 • This was the birth of democracy Athens Geography 400 Athens and Sparta . Geography 500 • This is land surrounded by water on three sides. Peninsula Philosophers 100 This philosopher believed that “The unexamined life is not worth living.” Socrates Philosophers 200 • Plato wrote this document in part to justify his belief that rulers should be philosophers. The Republic Philosophers 300 • Aristotle taught this great leader Alexander the Great Philosophers 400 • This philosopher was sentenced to death for ‘corrupting the youth of Athens’. Socrates Philosophers 500 • This is the art of speaking effectively Rhetoric Great Greeks 100 • He was the King of Sparta and helped to defeat the Persians Leonidas Great Greeks 200 This Great Greek taught Alexander the Great. Aristotle Great Greeks 300 This GG was responsible for the ethical treatment of patients even today. Hippocrates Great Greeks 400 • This Great Greek is known for his brilliant plays Sophocles Great Greeks 500 • This Great Greek invented geometry Pythagoras Wars 100 • This led to a great gap in classes and lowering of wages in Rome as it was used on wealthy farm lands Slavery Wars 200 During this war, Pericles brought all Athenians into the walled city of Athens. Peloponnesian War Wars 300 • These city states fought each other in the Peloponnesian War Athens and Sparta Wars 400 • This was Athens’ military specialty Navy Wars 500 • This was the name of the farmland that wealthy Romans created. Latafundia Intro 100 The Legend of Rome’s creation Romulus and Remus Intro 200 • The Romans as well as their former rulers were great fans of these people Greeks Intro 300 • He was taught by Aristotle and ruled a great portion of the world Alexander the great Intro 400 • Perhaps the Roman’s most important contribution to the world Laws Intro 500 List as many factors leading to the fall of Rome Welfare, war, expansion, Christianity Who? 100 • In this city-state young boys received an education in reading, writing, art, dance, sports, music and poetry. Athens! Who? 200 • In this city-state boys began military training at age 7. Sparta Who? 300 • This city state had this form of government, meaning ‘ruled by a few’. Sparta … Oligarchy Who? 400 • Elements of this temple to Athena can be seen replicated in structures throughout Western civilization Athens….Parthenon Who? 500 • Philosophy was born here Athens Rome 100 • This is the name of Roman Law 12 Tables Rome 200 • These are the 3 branches of Roman Government Executive, Legislative, Judicial Rome 300 • The Rise of this Religion Led to the fall of Rome. Christianity Rome 400 • Numerous attacks from these led to the Fall of Rome Barbarians Rome 500 These people ruled the Romans before the Romans gained power Etruscans ...
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