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A is a polis is a city-state that governs the world .
a) True b) False governs itself and its surrounding areas c) d)
Sometimes city-states joined alliances such as the Delian League for protection
a) True b) False c) d)
The two most important city-states were Sumer and Babylon
a) True b) False Athens and Sparta c) d)
Greece’s rocky, mountainous geography spurred the creation of many separate city-states (governments).
a) True b) False c) d)
After the Mycenaean civilization crumbled (Dark Age), the Greeks joined together in small groups for protection and stability.
a) True b) False c) d)
The first people to speak the Greek language, the Mycenaeans, built fortresses all over the Greek mainland.
a) True b) False c) d)
Difficult inland travel caused the Greeks to become skilled mathemiticians and scientists in order to use the seas as a source of food and as a way of trading with other communities.
a) True b) False skilled shipbuilders and sailors c) d)
Because of Greece’s rocky, mountainous geography, communities were isolated from each other and began to create their own farms and shelters.
a) True b) False governments (city-states). c) d)
Greeks lived in villages and towns separated by wars and diseases that made inland travel difficult.
a) True b) False mountains and seas c) d)
Because mountains cover most of Greece, many small valleys and coastal plains provided flat areas for farming and villages.
a) True b) False only a few c) d)
On the south of Greece was the Tigris Sea, to the west was the Nile Sea, and to the east was the Atlantic Sea.
a) True b) False Mediterranean Ionian and Aegean c) d)
People settled in the flat areas along the coast and in river valleys.
a) True b) False c) d)
The Greeks lived on a rocky, mountainous peninsula surrounded by water and smaller peninsulas.
a) True b) False c) d)
Each polis had its own laws, government, and money, but shared the same language and religion
a) True b) False c) d)
The upper part of the city-state was the acropolis (high hill), which housed the local hero.
a) True b) False god c) d)
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