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World History: Societies of the Past (Greece 126-129) (Modified) Name: _____________ ( /30)

H. Adams

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1.The age when a Sparta boy would start his organized training and education. (p. 129, 2nd col., 2nd par.)
3.To the Greeks, their polis was their _____and they were full of national pride. (p. 126, 2nd col., 3rd par.)
6.Men were usually in their _____ (age) before they became citizens.(p. 127, 2nd col, 3rd point)
9.One reason Sparta was such a military society was to ensure one of these, among slaves, could be stopped. (p. 129, fig. 7.8)
10.Some Spartan women even got this kind of training. (p. 128, second last par., main text)
12.If you rescued a discarded Spartan baby, you could raise it as this. (p. 129, 1st col., last line)
13.a city-state that we know a lot about (p. 127, 3rd par.)
15.A poor man likely couldn't become a citizen because he wouldn't have this kind of security. (hint: $$) (p. 127, 2nd col., 2nd point)
19.Citizens of the city states had to take a direct role in this. (p. 127, 2nd col., 2nd par., line 7)
20.Slaves that worked the land in Sparta. (last par. main text)
22.Famous Greek philosopher who thought that the ideal polis should have 5, 000 citizens. (p. 127, 1st par., lines 6-7)
24.Unlike Egypt, this kind of land was scarce. (p. 126, fig. 7.5)
26.The Greeks called themselves this. (p. 126, 2nd col., end of 2nd par.)
27.The harshest punishment to inflict on a citizen was to sentence him to this. (p. 127, 2nd col., 2nd par.)
28.Citizen were in the _____ in every city-state because of certain controls on citizenship. (p. 127, 2nd col., line 2)
1.In "Learning to Be Tough", Leonidas uses this adjective to describe life in other city-states. ("Learning to Be Tough", last par.)
2.This word has its origins in the Greek word "polis". (p. 126, 2nd col., 3rd par.)
4.In Greece, prisoners of war or the children of prisoners of war often became these.(p. 127, 2nd col., last sentence)
5.the Greek word for city-state (p. 126, 2nd col., 3rd par.)
7.We know a lot about this city-state. (p. 127, 3rd par.)
8.the name for a Spartan racecourse (p. 129, fig.7.7)
10.adjective to describe the kind of society Sparta was (p. 128, 1st par., main text)
11.one goal of Spartan education (p. 129, 3rd par.)
14.one of the four groups of people that lived in Sparta (p. 128, last par., main text)
16.the large, fortified rock formation above the city-state of Athens (p. 127, fig.7.6)
17.All city-states had this in common. (p. 126, 2nd col., 2nd par.)
18.Atfhens claimed to stand for greater ___ and individual freedom than Sparta. (p. 127, 3rd par., line 11)
21.One of the things that Spartan girls might learn to do. (p. 129, 2nd col., 3rd par.)
23.They weren't considered citizens. (p. 127, 2nd col., 3rd par.)
25.The ideal Spartan was prepared to do this, if necessary. (p. 129, par. 2)

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