2What are the 3 problems in Athens under the Aristocracy?
3Merchants and soldiers want more power and say in government High Debt for FarmersMerchants and soldiers want more power and say in governmentForeign artisans can’t become citizensA 100
4Why does Hippias lose control of Athens in 510 BC?
5He becomes mentally unstable after the assassination of his brother and everyone feels they are in danger.A 200
6Solon created many reforms that helped the average person, what are 2 of these reforms?
7Outlaws debtor slavery Creates an Athenian coin Creates one law code Opens government offices to the average personA 300
8Why was the revolt in Athens in 508 BC important/historically significant?
9First time the people rise up and take control of the government First time the people rise up and take control of the government. They invite Cleisthenes back and he creates a direct democracy in Athens.A 400
102 institutions that make decisions who can/can’t vote Describe the form of government created in Athens in 507 BC by Cleisthenes2 institutions that make decisionswho can/can’t votehow is our government in the US similar/different from theirs?A 500
11Council of 500 – Small Decisions Assembly – Big Decisions Male citizens onlySmall area v. large area, all citizens over 18 can vote, we elect representatives not a direct democracyA 500
12This person is considered the first Historian B 100
16This Philosopher believed all things had 2 forms, their real from and their ideal form, believed human nature would resist change and learning, he also had a deep distrust of democracy and instead wanted a ‘Utopia’ with 3 rigid social classes.B 300
62The Final Question Category is: Greek development and decline Please record your wager.Click on screen to begin
63Click on screen to continue How did the terrain of Greece affect the development of civilization there?How did this eventually contribute to Greece’s decline as a world power?What part of their nation continued to thrive and spread even to this day?Click on screen to continue
64Click on screen to continue Independent city states that act as their own mini nations rather than one large unified countryThe constant desire to outdo each other weakened the city states financially and physically leaving them open to be conquered by other groups such as MacedonTheir democracyClick on screen to continue
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