Presentation on theme: "BM1 Q3 Review 6.48 – Trace the transition from tyranny and oligarchy to early democratic forms of government and back to dictatorship in ancient Greece,"— Presentation transcript:
1BM1 Q3 Review6.48 – Trace the transition from tyranny and oligarchy to early democratic forms of government and back to dictatorship in ancient Greece, including the significance of the development of the idea of citizenship.Compare and contrast life in Athens and Sparta
2Sparta was focused on having a perfect _____________, whereas Athenian daily life revolved________ and ________.militarylearning knowledge.
3Sparta’s government was a(n) ______________. Oligarchy
4Athenians were ____________. DemocraticAthenians were ____________.Cleisthenes, known as "the father of Athenian democracy"
5Athens________ women were trained in Spinning, weaving, and other household duties.
6Spartan_________ women were trained inRunning, wrestling, and javelin throwing.
12A person who enforced laws and managed tax collection in Sparta. Ephor
13Under the Greek definition of citizen, who qualified for citizenship? Free, native-born who owned land
14The Athenian assembly appointed ten generals, who Carried out the assembly’s laws.
15The type of leader who came to power in Greece around 600 B. C The type of leader who came to power in Greece around 600 B.C. due to growing political and economic unrest among city-states was a(n)Tyrant.
16The government of Athens was an example of a _______ _______. Direct democracy.
17Which Greek tyrant became popular by giving land to landless farmers? Peisistratus
18The Age of _______ was known as a golden age of prosperity, culture, and achievement. Pericles
19DemocracyA government in which the citizens take part in the political process by voting for the leaders of the government.
20PeloponnesusThe peninsula in Southern Greece where Sparta was located.
21Peloponnesian WarA war between Athens and Sparta that threatened to tear all of Greece apart.
22City-stateA political unit made up of a city and its surrounding lands.