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World History: Societies of the Past (Greece) (136-137) (Modified) Name: __________ ( /30)

H. Adams

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1.this part of an animal was burned in the fire and offered to the deity during sacrifice (p.137, 2nd col., 4th par.)
5.During a sacrifice, the meat (besides the thighbones) was eaten by these people. (p. 137, 2nd col., 3rd par.)
8."Party Animals" in Ancient Greece loved this deity. (p. 136, green box, under "Gods")
12.A bright Greek student would likely give thanks to this diety. (p. 136, green box, under "Goddesses")
14.a liquid that might be offered as a libation (p. 137, 2nd col., 3rd par.)
16.of the deities (p. 136, green box, beside Zeus)
17.one whom you might go to for advice (p.137, 1st col., 3rd par.)
19.famous oracle's location (p.137, 2nd col.,2nd par.)
21.part of animals the deities were offered during sacrifice (p.137, 2nd col., 4th par.)
23.this structure lay atop a hill overlooking Athens and contained the city's religious buildings. (p. 136, fig. 7.15)
25.The Greeks believed these were responsible for what happened to them, whether good or bad. (p.136, 2nd col., 2nd par.)
26.a common sacrificial item (p.137, 2nd col.,3rd par.)
27.word meaning "a priestess who predicts the future" (p. 137, fig. 7.16)
28.ruler of the gods (p. 136, green box, under "Gods")
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2.one aspect of Greek society that offered women some influence and power (p.136, 2nd col., 4th par.)
3.A commander in the military probably prayed a lot to this deity. (p. 136, green box, under "Gods")
4.One type of food some deities liked to be offered during a sacrifice. (p.137, 2nd col., 2nd par.)
6.Ancient Greeks organized their calendar around these. (p.137, 1st col., 1st par.)
7.word that means a "public speaker" (p.137, line 11)
9.god who sent messages back and forth between the gods (p. 136, green box, under "Gods")
10.If I were happily married in Ancient Greece, I'd probably thank this deity. (p. 136, green box, under "Goddesses")
11.His domain is a watery world. (p. 136, green box, under "Gods")
12.Before a hunt, I'd likely make a sacrifice for this deity. (p. 136, green box, under "Goddesses")
13.Greek work meaning "marketplace" (p. 136, fig. 7.15)
15.an animal's body part examined by soothsayers for signs (p.137, 2nd col.,line 4)
18.Farmers likely prayed a lot to this deity. (p. 136, green box, under "Gods")
19.During a festival, this kind of contest might draw a large crowd of spectators. (p.137, 1st col., 2nd par.)
20.name, in general, for offerings during a sacrifice (p.137, last line)
22.common animal used to predict the future (p.137, 2nd col., line 6)
24.This kind of oil was often used as a libation. (p.137, 2nd col., 2nd last sentence)

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