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Athens-Sparta
Democracy
Greece
Romules-and-Remes
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Location
Tiber-River
Features
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Primary-Secondary
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Ancient Greece and Rome Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Persian Wars
gladiators
aqueducts
arch
cuniculus
Julius Caesar
observations
peninsula
mountainous
Mediterranean Sea
farmland
patricians
democracy
natural law
Alexander the Great
Aristotle
Thermopylae
Etruscans
Athens
Sparta
republic
renaissance
herodotus
pericles
pompey
plebeians
Socrates
Octavian
Rome
Greece

Ancient Greece Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Games held every four years olympics
Outdoor marketplace agora
Government ruled by wealthy privileged families aristocracy
Famous for its army sparta
A fast-spreading, often deadly disease plague
Earliest known greek civilization minoans
Another word for slaves in Sparta helots
Who created the machine that carried water from a lower to a higher level archimedes
A machine that carried water from a lower to a higher level screw
Valuables seized in wartime plunder
The war fought between Sparta and Athens was called peloponnesian
The Trojan war was fought between the Greeks and the people of troy
A great king of Macedonia who expanded the empire Alexander
One of Greek's finest achievements in architecture parthenon
Composed two poems about the Trojan War homer
The "Father of Medicine" hippocrates
Had a mighty navy athens
A greek philosopher who used a question-and-answer method of argument socrates
Greeks believed most gods lived on Mount olympus
The first known lighthouse was located in alexandria
Government ruled by the people democracy
Greek philosophers developed a respect for the power of reason
Created important theories about numbers and music pythagoras
A great leader of Athens pericles
Name of the longest olympic race marathon
After the Greeks defeated the Persians they entered a time called the ______age golden

Ancient Rome Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

This runs across the center of the peninsula Italy. Tiber River
One of the longest coastlines in Europe. Italian Peninsula
A sea between southern Europe, the northern coast of Africa, and southwesterm Asia. Mediterranean Sea
The capitol of Italy,that spreads across 7 low hills, and is about 15 minutes up the Tiber River. Rome
An Estruscan noble that murdered the king. Tarquin
A Roman leader that forced Tarquin and his sons out of Rome, and later became king. Junis Brutis
This man led Roman forces into battle and got captured. Regulus
The wealthiest, most powerful citizens. patricians
About 90% of Roman citizens. plebeians
A form of government where citizens have a right to vote. republic
People who are elected to represent the people. representatives
Any of various governing bodies. Senate
Officials who managed the government and the army. consuls
Someone who has total control over the people. dictator
People that were appointed by the Senate to protect the rights of plebeians. tribune
A city-state located in North Africa. carthage
Wars that ,altogether, lasted nearly 120 years. Punic Wars
A Carthaginian general. Hannibal
He attacked Carthage and defeated it. Scipio
A sense of pride in one's country. patriotism

Ancient Greece Word Search

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Description

AFRICA
ALEXANDER THE GREAT
ARISTOTLE
ASPASIA
ATHENS
BLACK SEA
CITIZENS
COLONIES
CULTURE
DEMOCRACY
EGYPT
EUROPE
GOLDEN AGE
GREECE
GREEK ALPHABET
GREEK GOD
GREEK GODDESS
GREEKS
PARTHENON
PENINSULA
PERICLES
PERSIAN EMPIRE
SOCRATES
SOLDIER
SPARTA
TEMPLE

Athens vs. Sparta Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the largest capital and city in Greece? Athens
What is the center of the Athens surrounded by? Peninsula
How is Athens climate? Regular
When do they get fog? Never
What river flows through Athens? River Ilissus
What is the tallest peak in Athens? Mount Parnitha
What is the city Athens covered with? Gorges
What did they use the Athens for? Philosophy
Who chased the Greeks out ? Egyptians
What did the Greeks always count on to eat ? Seafood
What did Sparta go unique for? Constitution
What feature does Sparta have most? Mountains
What river is Sparta near ? Evrotas
Which hill in Sparta has monuments ? Acropolis
What region is Sparta located in ? Laconia
What was the government of Sparta ? Oligarchy
How many kings ruled Sparta Two
How is Sparta's cimate Dry
What is Sparta known for ? Fighting
Who was the king of Sparta? Gorgo

Ancient Greece Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is a form of government in which citizens govern themselves? Democracy
Who is someone who uses reason to explain natural events? Philosopher
What is the city-state in Ancient Greece that is the current capital? Athens
Only 1/5 of the people were allowed to participate in ________. Government
Slaves, foreigners, and ______ were excluded from government. Woman
Plato, Aristotle, and ______ were notable Greek philosophers. Socrates
Many Greeks believed that their ______ were responsible for all natural events. gods
A ______ is a sacred site used to consult a god or goddness. Oracle
Who was the goddness of war? Athena
Who was the father of Hercules? Zeus
The first _____ was held in Greece. Olympics
Which philosopher believed intellectual intelligence can only be attained by upper-class males? Aristotle
Which Athenian branch of government was made up of a council of only 500 men? Executive
What kind of democracy does Ancient Athens have? direct
What princess did the Trojans capture that led into the Trojan war? helen

Ancient Greece Word Search

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Word Search
Description

ares
athens
democracy
education
goddesses
gods
greek
hades
lamb
medusa
mythology
odyssey
olive
olympics
zeus

Ancient Rome Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

TRIBUNE
TIBER RIVER
SENATE
REPRESENTATIVE
POMPEII
PAX ROMANA
PATRICIANS
PANTHEON
PALESTINE
NEW TESTAMENT
NAZARETH
LIVY
LITHIUM
JULIUS CAESAR
JUDEA
JESUS
HANNIBAL
GLADIATORS
GAUL
GALILEE
FORUM
EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCH
DIOCLETIAN
DICTATOR
CONSUL
CONSTANTINOPLE
COLOSSEUM
CLEOPATRA
CIVIL WAR
CHRISTIANITY
CENSUS
CATHOLICISM
CARTHAGE
BYZANTINE EMPIRE
BISHOP
BETHLEHEM
AUGUSTUS
AQUEDUCTS
APOSTLE
APENNINE MOUNTAINS
ANCIENT ROME
ALPS
ALEXANDRIA

Review of Greece Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The continent on which Greece is located. Europe
Land that is surrounded on three sides with water peninsula
The mountains of Greece had _______ soil, good for growing crops. fertile
Ancient Greek civilization intorduced the following things to the world: theater, Olympic Games, and a____________. architecture
Greek civilization began around 4000 ____ ago. years
Greece is made up of ______ islands. many
The two main Greek city-states were Athens and _____. Sparta
Sparta valued conquest, bravery and t_____ness. tough
A group of armed foot soldiers in ancient Greece arranged close together in rows was called a __________. Phalanx
A Greek city-state could also be called a _____. polis
Trade was in i______ economic activity for early Greek civilizations. important
Spartan _____ were taken from their parents at age 7. boys
Young Spartan men entered the ____ at age 20. army
Spartan soldiers in training did not bathe, but they slept on the ground, made their beds from reeds, and lived without _____. shoes
_____ girls and boys were raised to be harsh and tough. Spartan
Spartan mothers encouraged their boys to win or ____ in battle. die

5 Themes of Geography Key Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Study of the human and nonhuman features of Earth. Geography
North, South, East, and West Cardinal Directions
Directoins Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest. Intermediate
Distance north or south of the Equater. Latitude
Distance east or west of the Prime Meridian Longitude
Each half of the Earth; Northern, Southern, Eastern, Western hemispheres Hemisphere
A place's exact location on Earth. absolute location
Location of a place in relation to another place. Relative location
The mix of human and nonhuman features at a given location. Place
An area with atleast one unifying physical or human feature. Region
How people, goods, and ideas get from one place to another. Movement
Height above sea level. Elavation
Map that shows physical, or natural features, such as mountains, rivers, and oceans Physical map
Map that shows political units, such as countries or cities. Political map
Line of latitude at 0 degrees; imaginary line that divides the northern and southern hemispheres. Equater
Line of longitude at o degrees; imaginary line that divides the eastern and western hemispheres Prime Meridian