Greek 6 compont project By: Sophia Tartaglione


Styles of art in ancient Greece were, painting, writing, pottery, architecture, and sculpting. This art affected Greece because artists would model their art after things they would want to see in their society. Art also affected Greece because they could make pillars, cups, vases, and other useful products instead of buying them from another country, also because of this they could sell the art for more money. Greece was able to spread their ideas outside of Greece during the Hellenistic era. They were able to do this when Alexander the great lead his army through Southwest Asia, and northern Africa spreading Greece's art, ideas, language, and architecture wherever they went. Infact, Hellenistic, means "like the Greeks"

Class divisons

The idea of Greek citizenship was that citizens could vote and way in on different laws and help to shape their country. You could become a citizen by being a free, native-born man who owned land in Greece. A citizen's rights were, being able to choose officials and pass laws with the right to vote. They could also hold office, own property, and defend themselves in court. This way of citizenship was different from other ancient civilizations because they were known as subjects and had no say in the government they also had no rights and were forced to obey the ruler.


The Geography of Greece was extremely important for it's settlement because the mainland of Greece was a peninsula. This was important because it helped the citizens become sailors and well profited traders. In addition to the water, Greece also had very good farmland because of fertile soil in the land. The geography also made an impact on the cities. The cities could be very independent because of the mountains and rivers surrounding most cities and towns, which helped to keep them from attackers, similar to ancient Egypt.

Organized Government

Direct democracy: a form of democracy in which people decide by voting on a policy or other legal matters. Advantages: More people will be happy because they are able to contribute to the decisions. Disadvantages: some people would still be disappointed in the decisions made. Who uses it: Switerland

Representative democracy: a type of democracy where a elected officials representing a group of people, as opposed to direct democracy. Advantages: people would be able to decide who gets to make the decision and could trust them. Disadvantages: People may be unhappy with the decisions made. Who uses it: The United states.

Tyranny: a cruel and oppressive government or rule. Advantages: Decisions would be fast and productive Disadvantages: People would more then not be disappointed in the decision made. Who uses it: North Korea.

Oligarchy: a small group of people having control of a country, or organization. Advantages: more ideas could be developed in a sort amount of time Disadvantages: there is little imput from middle and lower classes. Who uses it: China


The Greeks believed that gods and goddess controlled nature. The Greeks believed that there were 12 main and most powerful gods who lived on Mt. Olympus. In order to please the gods the Greeks prayed, gave gifts, and had festivals. They did this and wished the gods would give them good fortune in return.


The Greek alphabet has 24 different letters. Each letter represents a sound. This way of language made reading and writing more simple for the Greeks.

How to say 'Happy Holidays' in Greek 'καλές διακοπές'

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Created with images by Little Red Shoes - "Greek Parthanon" • blickpixel - "pot vessel greek" • piet theisohn - "Forveryoung_Athens_531_20150425.jpg" • djtansey - "IMG_6421.JPG" • Ergonomik - "Little Sparta" • yisus10 - "shiraz bridge persia" • Kristoffer Trolle - "Lady sitting in front of Parthenon on Acropolis, Athens, Greece"

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