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  • CHAPTER 28 – FIGHTING THE PERSIAN WARS

    (pages 271-277)

    (272) The Persian Empire & the _____________Revolt

    • King _______________ ruled the Persian Empire

    • Who were the Ionians?

    (274) The Battle of _____________________________

    • King _______________ ruled after the death of his

    father, King Darius.

    • the __________________ fought the Persian Navy

    • the __________________ fought the Persian Army

    (273) The Battle of _____________________________

    • Why did King Darius ask Greece for a tribute?

    • What strategy was used by the Greeks?

    (275) The Battle of _____________________________

    • What geographical feature did the Greeks use to

    their advantage?

    • The Persians lost ___________ ships

    • The Greeks lost ____________ ships

    (276) The Battle of _____________________________

    • What was the significance of this battle; why was it

    so important?

    CIRCLE THE WINNER: GREEKS PERSIAN

    EMPIRE

    CIRCLE THE WINNER: GREEKS PERSIAN

    EMPIRE

    CIRCLE THE WINNER: GREEKS PERSIAN

    EMPIRE

    CIRCLE THE WINNER: GREEKS PERSIAN

    EMPIRE

    CIRCLE THE WINNER: GREEKS PERSIAN

    EMPIRE

  • CHAPTER 29 – THE GOLDEN AGE OF ATHENS

    (pages 279-287)

    1. Why was Athens called “a city of contrasts”? (280)____________________________________________________________

    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________

    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________

    2. RELIGION: Complete the “Olympian Gods & Goddesses” graphic organizer below. (281)

    ZEUS: Ruler of the gods

    HERA: Wife of Zeus,

    goddess of marriage

    ZEUS’S SISTERS & BROTHER

  • 3. ARCHITECTURE: Sketch and name the three different types of columns used in Greek temples. (282)

    4. Look carefully at this illustration of the Parthenon. What

    kind of columns appear to have been used in the construction

    of this temple? What is your evidence?

    5. SCULPTURE: After reading page 283, list three important

    details about the history of ancient Greek sculpture.

     _______________________________________________________________________________________________

     _______________________________________________________________________________________________

     _______________________________________________________________________________________________

  • CHAPTER 29 (continued) – THE GOLDEN AGE OF ATHENS

    (pages 279-287)

    6. (284) ________________________ was the god of ______________________ and ______________.

    7. (284) Why did actors in the plays often wear masks? (there are two reasons)

     ______________________________________________

     ___________________________________________________________

    8. (285) “Philosophy” means the _____________________ of __________________________.

    9. (285) Write an epitaph for Socrates’s monument (headstone). Your epitaph should include important details about who he

    was as a person and why he is an important part of Greek history and philosophy.

    Write the epitaph in the space below.

    What is an EPITAPH? a brief poem or other

    writing engraved on

    a monument in

    praise of a

    deceased person