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Greece-Rome Study Sheet

Part I - – Be prepared to Identify and explain the following:

Answer in two or more complete sentences. Be sure to provide specific details and examples to receive full credit.

Minoans Mycenaeans Homer

Iliad Odyssey Direct democracy

Pericles acropolis monarchy

Polis aristocracy oligarchy

Socrates helot tyrant

Socratic method rhetoric ostracism

Plato assimilate cosmopolitan

Aristotle Draco Herodotus

Alexander the Great Solon Thucydides

Persian wars Pericles Hippocrates

Peloponnesian wars Pisistratus Trojan War

Delian league Cleisthenes Partheon

Peloponnesian league Hellenistic Pythagoras

Euripedes Hellenic Stoicism

Epicureanism Sophists Lycurgas


Plebians republic consul

Patricians dictator tribune

Veto latifundia satire

Aqueduct messiah apostle

Martyr bishop patriarch

Pope heresy crucifixion

Theology Carthage Punic Wars

Grachhus Brothers Julius Caesar Octavian/Augustus

Pax Romana bread and circuses Greco-Roman civilization

Jewish revolt Jesus Saul(Paul)

Sermon on the Mount St. Augustine Diocletian

Constantine Marcus Aurelius Virgil

Livy Seneca Twelve Tables

Part II - Short essay topics

  1. Compare Athenian society to Spartan society. Look at political, economic, and social factors.

  2. Did the Western Roman Empire fall because of barbarian invasions or due to internal causes? Explain the most important reasons for the fall of the Western Roman Empire.

  3. Which civilization was more significant, Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome? Explain.

  4. How did Hellenistic civilization represent a change from Hellenic civilization?

  5. How did political systems in Greece and Rome influence the development of government in the U.S.?

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