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Slide 2 Jeopardy Early Greek Civilizations GeographyGovernmentToss UpPhilosophy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy 2010 - 2013 Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES All rights reserved Slide 3 What was the Trojan Horse? Did it help the Greeks win? Trojans brought a wooden horse inside its citys wall Greek soldiers hidden inside-at night opened citys gates Greeks won, burned city Slide 4 What were the two causes of the Trojan War? Economic: Troy controlled straits (water passages) that linked the Mediterranean and Black Seas Romantic: Prince Paris: Troy-Fell in love with Helen, brought her back to Troy Mycenaeans Troy to bring her back Slide 5 What were the Dark Ages? Period of chaos Step Backwards: Greek civilization- people forgot skills (writing) Slide 6 What two Epic Poems did Homer write? The Iliad Trojan War, gods, goddesses, warriors (Achilles) The Odyssey: Hero (Odysseus) returned home after Trojan War to Penelope Comes across sea monster, one-eyed giants, beautiful sorceress We learn values of Ancient Greeks: Honor, courage, heroes Slide 7 Where was the Minoan civilization located? Crete Slide 8 How did geography influence the Ancient Greeks? Divided Greece into many city-states Slide 9 Locate Crete Slide 10 Locate Athens Slide 11 Locate Sparta Slide 12 What is the location of letter A? What conflict occurred here? A Slide 13 What is Democracy? Rule by the people Slide 14 What is a monarchy? King/queen has complete control Slide 15 Which Greek city-state developed the concept of Democracy? Why was it considered a limited democracy? Athens Very few people participated in government- male citizens Slide 16 What is an aristocracy? Rule by wealthy elite=landowners Slide 17 What is an oligarchy? Rule by small, elite group=business class Slide 18 Why was Alexander so Great? Spread of Greek culture Large conquest-Egypt India Slide 19 What was one significant outcome of the Persian Wars? Athens Golden Age Slide 20 What two groups fought in the Peloponnesian War? Athens Sparta Slide 21 Physician whose oath set ethical standards was Hippocrates Slide 22 What was the result of the Peloponnesian War? Athens greatness ended Slide 23 Who was Socrates? Socratic Method: Gain answers through questioning, reason, and critical thinking Accused of corrupting the citys youth forced to drink poison Slide 24 Who wrote The Republic? What was The Republic? The Republic: Platos ideal society 3 Classes: workers, soldiers, philosophers (rulers) Women could be part of the elite group Slide 25 Who was Aristotle? Favored rule by a single, strong and virtuous leader Influenced the fields of logic, physics, biology Foundation for many modern intellectual disciplines The Lyceum (school)=First European universities based their courses on the works of Aristotle Slide 26 What does Philosophy mean? Lovers of wisdom Slide 27 What are the two types of philosophers? Reason and observation to discover answers. Ethical and moral behavior-what is the best form of government? Slide 28 Final Jeopardy Identify at least three Greek achievements. Slide 29 Final Jeopardy Answer Democracy Levy and Pulley Pythagorean Theorem Greek Plays-Tragedy/Comedy Alphabet