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Chapter 8 & 9

Bryson Mills

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4.Clear and ordered thinking.
5.Greek poet, he wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey; two famous Greek epic poems. They describe the deeds of heroes during and after the Trojan War.
7.Greek philosopher, he taught that people should live lives of moderation and use reason in their lives.
8.An ancient Greek leader who held power through the use of force.
9.Greek philosopher, he started a school in Athens called the Academy and wrote The Republic, which describes an ideal society run by philosophers.
10.Ancient Greek storyteller, he was famous for his fables -- short stories that teach important lessons about life.
12.A type of government in which people rule themselves.
13.A group of Greek warriors who stood close together in a square formation.
14.A unit of soldiers who ride horses.
15.A rich landowner or ruler.
16.Macedonian king, he was brilliant military leader who defeated the Greeks. Alexander the Great was his son.
17.A person who has the right to participate in government.
18.Stories about gods and heroes that try to explain how the world works.
19.Persian emperor, he created the Persian Empire by conquering most of Southwest Asia.
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1.A short story that teaches a lesson about life or gives advice on how to live.
2.Greek poet, she was one of the most famous lyric poets of Greece.
3.Greek philosopher, his teaching style was based on asking questions. He wanted people to question their own beliefs. He was arrested and condemned to death for challenging authority.
6.A war between Athens and Sparta in the 400’s BC.
11.Greek-like; heavily influenced by Greek ideas.
16.Greek word for city-state

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