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World History: Societies of the Past (Greece 130-135) (Modified) Name: _____________ ( /33)

H. Adams

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1.When boys weren't in school, they sometimes went _____. (p.135, fig. 7.14)
3.One of the goals of a Greek family was to produce these. (p. 135, 1st col., 2nd par.)
4.word used to describe a marriage that's been planned by your parents. (p.135, 3rd par.)
6.Philosopher who said, "The only thing I know is that I know nothing." (p.130 fig.7.9)
7.Game poor people might kill using snares or slingshots. (p.133, 2nd col., 2nd par.)
9.Socrates devoted his life to this. (p.130, 2nd col. 3rd par.)
10.Greek word we still use today when boards meet and vote. (p.130, 2nd col., 2nd par.)
11.the month when olives were harvested (p.132, 2nd col, 1st par.)
13.Greek men didn't spend very much time here. (p.135, 1st col., 2nd last par.)
16.Philosopher who called slaves "living tools". (p.130, 1st col., 6th par.)
17.Only wealthy folks owned these animals. (p.133, 2nd line)
19.executioners' poison (p.131, 3rd & 4th line from end)
21.This grain was regarded by wealthy Greeks as fit for animals, slaves, and the poor. (p.132, 2nd col., 2nd par.)
23.part of oxen used to make candle tallow (p.133, lines 8-9)
25.Greek sweetener (p.132, 2nd last line)
26.the kind of footwear worn by the Greeks (p.133, last par.)
27.Only this class of Greeks would further their education past the age of 18. (p.130, 1st col., 3rd par.)
28.part of oxen used to make twine (p.133, line 8)
29.common Greek fruit (p.133, 4th par., line11)
30.held all the power in Greek families (p.135, 4th par.)
1.bed, for most Greeks (p.124, 2nd col., 3rd par.)
2.Most Greek men spent part of their day here. (p.134, main text, 2nd par.)
3.These Greeks usually lived where they worked. (p.132, 1st col, 4th par.)
5.loose tunic worn by men and women (p.133, 2nd col., 3rd par.)
8.It was the duty of all Greeks to learn the poetry of this poet. (p. 134, "Alexandros...", 1st col.,3rd par.)
12.The age when a Spartan man could finally live with his wife. (p.135, 2nd last line)
14.Adjective to describe the skin tone of an upper class woman. (p.131, "Freedom...", 3rd par.)
15.These animals were used for hauling and carrying stuff on the farm. (p.133, 1st col., 2nd par.)
17.Ra is to Egpyt as this god is to Greece (p.132, 1st par., line 9)
18.Heaviest meal of the day for a Greek person. (p.133, 4th par., line 14)
20.A material produced by farmers for Athenian craftspeople. (p.133, 1st col., 3rd par.)
22.Spartans avoided this while Athenians welcomed it. (p.134, 2nd par. main text)
24.the smallest self-sufficient unit in Greek society (p. 135, 1st col., 2nd par.)

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