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Greece Rome Middle Ages Mesoamerica Misc.Vocabulary
The Greeks formed many polis as opposed to one large united nation. A 100
What is a city state? A 100
The wealthy ruling class of people, where only the wealthy could rule. A 200
What is an Aristocracy? A 200
The ideas and decisions supported by the most people. A 300
What is majority rule? A 300
This persons goal was to rule the world! (he also extended his empire through military conquest) A 400
Who was Alexander the Great? A 400
Three major Greek Philosophers. A 500
Who is Socrates, Plato & Aristotle? A 500
This area of land is shaped like a boot. B 100
What is the Italian Peninsula? B 100
Lower class citizens of Rome with little say. B 200
Who are the Pledeians? B 200
Rome is located along this river. B 300
What is the Tiber River? B 300
August Caesar. B 400
Who is Octavian or Rome’s first true emperor? B 400
Descendants of Rome’s earliest settlers. B 500
What is a Patrician? B 500
People who lived on a manor who were free (could come and go as they wished). C 100
What is a peasant? C 100
This was transmitted to humans by fleas and rats on ships coming into Europe. C 200
What is the Black Death? C 200
A series of wars that lasted about 200 years. C 300
What are the Crusades? C 300
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The only church in the Middle Ages. C 400
What is the Catholic Church - Christianity? C 400
A piece of land granted on the condition of giving military & other services to the feudal lord. C 500
What is a fief? C 500
Aztecs built these to increase their farming area their capital of Tenochtitlan. D 100
What is a Chinapa? D 100
The Incas first settled in this valley around 1200 A.D. D 200
What is the Cuzco Valley? D 200
This ruling class had enough power to build large ceremonial centers. D 300
Who are the elite? D 300
This group of Mesoamericans made terraces or ledges that they could use for farm land. D 400
Who were the Mayas? D 400
Very long mountain ranges that run through Central America. D 500
What are the Cordilleras? D 500
Part of the earth that is between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn where the climate is the warmest. E 100
What is the Tropical Zone? E 100
A Government of rule by the people E 200
What is Democracy? E 200
A Roman place that looks like an amphitheater, stadium or large outdoor theater. E 300
What is a coliseum? E 300
An association of merchants and tradesman who made rules about the pricing of goods. E 400
What is a guild? E 400
A king of the Frankish Empire who promoted Christianity and education. E 500
Who is Charlamagne (or Charles the Great)? E 500
What is a thin piece of land that connects to a larger piece of land? F 100
What is an isthmus? F 100
A society based around producing and maintaining crops F 200
What is Agrarian? F 200
F 300 Cruel and oppressive government rule
What is Tyranny? F 300
F 400 Power that rests with a smaller number of people
What is Oligarchy? F 400
A pack or an agreement between 2 or more friends or parties F 500
What is an alliance? F 500
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