The history of ancient Greece

  1. 2. Systems of government in which one person has absolute power.
  2. 4. Excessive pride toward or defiance of the gods, leading to nemesis in classical Greek tragedies.
  3. 6. A city-state in ancient Greece.
  4. 8. A record of events year by year.
  5. 9. A public open space used for assemblies and markets in ancient Greece.
  6. 10. A written work dealing formally and systematically with a subject.
  7. 11. Based on, concerned with, or verifiable by observation or experience rather than theory.
  8. 13. An ancient Greek tragedian, known for his plays such as "Oedipus Rex."
  1. 1. Relating to the gods of ancient Greece or the Olympic Games.
  2. 3. A deep sky-blue color.
  3. 5. The inescapable agent of someone's or something's downfall.
  4. 7. A prominent and influential statesman, orator, and general of Athens during its golden age.
  5. 9. Often described as the father of tragedy, he was an ancient Greek playwright.
  6. 12. Suggest or assume the existence, fact, or truth of something as a basis for reasoning or explanation.
  7. 14. A person who is guided and supported by an older and more experienced person.