Ancient Greece and Rome Crossword
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Crossword
Description

A narrative poem about heroic deeds is a _______.
___________ was a Roman dictator.
What water transport system did the Romans make?
Who is the ruler of the Greek gods?
Who was Zeus's wife?
A _____ is a form of government ruled by a king.
_______ isolated from much of Greece, builds a military state.
_________ the Great.
Greek _______ where stories that taught them about their environment and morals etc.
Sparta had a better army, but Athens had a better ______.
Who believes in questioning morals and the gods and was sentenced to death?
Who was the student of Plato?
Who was the teacher of Plato?
Who did Aristotle teach?
The two forms of drama in ancient Greece are _______ and comedy.
What is the name of the arena in Rome where gladiators fought?
A _______ is a ruler with total power over a country.
A __________ was a man trained to fight with weapons against other men or wild animals in an arena.
What new religion began to become a dominant religion in the Roman Empire?
Who was the greatest story teller?

Ancient Greece Crossword

Ancient Greece  Crossword
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Crossword
Description

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

Ancient Greece and Rome Word Search

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

Ancient Greece Word Search

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

Rome Crossword

Rome Crossword
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Crossword
Description

the first Roman dictator
Carthage military commander
A city that fought against Rome in the Punic Wars
A stadium in ancient rome where gladiator battles took place
first roman emperor
Ruler of the egyptian government
a period of peace for the Roman Empire
a common farmer, trader, craftworker
an area of land surrouned by water on three sides
a roman athlete who was forced to fight for entertainment
the members of noble families that owned land
a ruler who has absolute power
a series of conflicts between Rome and Carthage
a form of government in which citizens elect representatives
the law making body and most powerful branch of roman government
Elected leaders of Ancient Rome
the earliest written collection of roman laws
a person who is elected by citizens
the belief in many gods and goddesses
Two elected officials of the roman republic

Ancient Greece & Rome Crossword

Ancient Greece & Rome Crossword
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Crossword
Description

Absolute ruler that was in power for 6 months
Exhalted one; the best
Roman Peace
Paid workers to manage affairs of government (tax collection and postal system)
Silver coin used to trade throughout the empire
System for carrying water
Slaves that were chosen to fight for their freedom in the Colosseum
Father of the gods
Wife of Zeus that watched over women
Born from the head of Jupiter, godess of wisdom
Famed stadium where people of both classes watched animal/peeple fights
The aristocratic branch of Rome's government
First written peice of Roman Law
Large military unit of armed foot soldiers
Gorvernment in which citizens have a right to vote
"New Athens"
Greece's age old enemy
Narrrative poem about heroic deeds
Greatest story teller whom was blind
War fought by Mycenaean's against the city of Troy

Review for Ancient Greece Crossword

Review for Ancient Greece Crossword
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Crossword
Description

Won the Battle of Marathon
Won the Battle of Thermopylae
Spartan Slaves
Athenian Leader
City and the surrounding countryside
Athenian form of government
Athens has a large_________
Sparta has a large __________
What Sparta is good at
Which battle happens first? Marathon or Thermopylae
Aristotle tutored him
Student of Socrates
Socrates was force to drink this
Plato believed in this type of king
Plato wrote this
Plato founded this which lasted 900 years
Type of government where voters vote on each issue
Most powerful Greek god
Athena was the goddess of this
The Parthenon was dedicated to
Number of Battles Alexander loses
Reason Alexander dies. Hint: means high temperature

The Roman Republic Crossword

The Roman Republic Crossword
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was the general body of free Roman citizens who were not patricians, as determined by the census.
a unit of 3,000–6,000 men in the ancient Roman army.
Tables was the legislation that stood at the foundation of Roman law.
a ruler with total power over a country, typically one who has obtained power by force.
was a Thracian gladiator who, along with the Gauls Crixus, Oenomaus, Castus and Gannicus, was one of the escaped slave leaders in the Third Servile War,
He was the chief priest, lawgiver, judge, and the sole commander of the army.[
were Roman plebeian nobiles who both served as tribunes in the late 2nd century BC
was the highest elected office of the appointive office under the Roman Empire.
was a Roman general and statesman.
ancient civilization prospered in the region of modern-day Tuscany, maintaining extensive trade networks, building impressive fortified cities, and making exquisite art
was the center or capital city of the ancient Carthaginian civilization, situated on the eastern side of the Lake of Tunis
were institutions in ancient Rome. They functioned as the machinery of the Roman legislative branch
is a Latin epic poem, written by Virgil between 29 and 19 BC
led an attack on Saguntum, an independent city allied with Rome, which sparked the outbreak of the Second Punic War.
was the period of ancient Roman civilization beginning with the overthrow of the Roman Kingdom
was the long period of peacefulness and minimal expansion by the Roman military force
were in charge of government and also of the army. The 300 citizen Senate advised them at all times.
were the twin brothers and main characters of Rome's foundation myth.
an official in ancient Rome chosen by the plebeians to protect their interests.
surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings at the center of the city of Rome.
an aristocrat or nobleman.
was a title granted by the government of Ancient Rome to men acting in one of two official capacities
were a series of three wars fought between Rome and Carthage from 264 BC to 146 BC.
was a Roman general and statesman
was a political institution in ancient Rome.

The Golden Age Of Greece Crossword

The Golden Age Of Greece Crossword
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Crossword
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Who was the leader in Athens from 461 B.C. to 429 B.C.?
Where was the Parthenon to Athena built?
Under the leadership of Pericles, citizenship was extended to?
The Greeks laid the foundation for which civilization?
What is Plato's most famous work?
Who was known as the "Father of Tragedy"?
______________ Bound was one of Aeschylus's famous works.
One of Sophocles's famous works was the O------ at C------?
Both of Homer's works was based on the?
Who is known as the first writer to collect materials and arrange them in a narrative?
Herodotus is also known as the?
Who wrote The History of the Peloponnesian War?
Which statue is one of the seven wonders of the Ancient World?
Phidias was both a sculptor and a?
What is the most ornate type of Greek column?
Which is the least ornate type of Greek column?
Which is considered the average ornate type of Greek column?
Archimedes contributed to the discovery of?
Hippocrates is also known as the?
Which Greek mathematician wrote "The Elements"?
Which Greek philosopher created the theorem a^2 + b^2 = c^2?
Which Greek philosopher was a teacher of Plato?
Pluto believed in the concept of the philosopher king and disliked?
Aristotle was a tutor of?

Ancient Greece Crossword

Ancient Greece Crossword
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Crossword
Description

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

Ancient Greece Word Search

Ancient Greece Word Search
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Alexander the Great
Citizenship
Legislature
Golden Age
Militarism
City-State
Parthenon
Oligarchy
Aristotle
Democracy
Acropolis
Monarchy
Pericles
Socrates
Phalanx
Tirant
Strait
Sparta
Athens
Plato
Polis