The religion of Greece
The Parthenon is the temple for the Greek goddess Athena in Athens.
Pericles was the most powerful man at the peek of Athens golden age.
Theater was an important part of Greek life the arts had a big impact on Greece.
Oracle-in ancient Greece, a sacred site used to consult a god or goddess; any priest or priestess who spoke for the gods.
Philosopher-someone who used reason o understand the world.
Tragedy-a type of serious drama the ends in disaster for the main character.
Thirst for Knowledge
Democritus believed and taught about tiny particles called atoms that made up everything.
Socrates challenged Greek values by teaching about the true meaning of qualities such as Justice. "Know thyself" was an important lesson to him.
Plato and Aristotle
Aristotle was Socrates's student and founded a school called the academy. There he taught Plato who also founded a school. Together they kept Socrates's ideas alive.
The Greek were known for there architecture and beautiful sky lines that were considered art.
The Greeks carves statues out of marble often put in temples.
Pots were another form of art and were use to put offerings in at temples.