Ancient Greece Mind Map

- Religion
- festivals
- hyakinthia
- named after hyakinthos who was a person who
liked apollo but died because apollo accidentally
hit him
- Gymnopaedae
- battle of thyrea
- was fought agains argos
- gods
- worshiped pantheon
- uniting gods with everyday instituitions
- Roles
- boys
- they become soldiers to serve the country
- they turn into slaves for rich people
- girls
- they were removed from home
at 7 to go to school
- they had the role similar to women but they
went to school at 7 to learn wrestling and alot of
- they were to turn into strong women
so they could give birth to strong
- men
- they are soldiers for the state
- they protect the land during war
- women
- they were important and wartime but they
took care of their children until they were 7
years old
- they gave birth to strong men
- they sometimes had control
over their own properties
- Clothes
- home-made garments
- made of fabric spun at home or linen fabric
- pins for fastening the seams and
shoulders and shoes
- Slaves
- they served rich people
- had owners and did what ever they said
- made armour and food
- Citizens
- only people who had education
- very few citizen since not many
came from sparta
- either soldier or slave
- at 20 they have graduation to
become full citizen but only for
- Education
- only boys recieved the good education
- they usually began education at 7
- Households
- 2 or mmore people in a house
- not many people because boys
had to go to train
- there were only wives and probably a few
children under the age of seven because all
children were taken away when they were 7
- poor people had no house to live
in except live on the streets
- Weddings
- started after dark
- brides would ride in chariots
- brides would be carried on the
men's shoulder to show his
- participation in olympics
- they participated in
- the spartans tried to lie and
cheat in the onlympic games
- they introduced athletic nudity
- Soldiers
- they trained in pankration
- wrestingling and grappling
- one soldier was worth several
men of other states
- Type of Government
- oligarchy
- monarchy
- democracy
- Religion
- They worshiped Hela
- Argos had a temple called Heraeum
which was sacred to the goddess
- A large large temple was build on
Heraeum after the dorian invasion
- Households
- They lived in stone houses
- they were filled with manure and mud
- Some houses were two-story
- Clothes
- Their mothers made their clothes
- They were either tunics or cloaks
- Tunics were used for summer
and cloaks were used for winter
- there were also chitions for rich
men and their wives
- Type of government
- Monarchy
- Tyranny
- Inarchos who was a king founded argos
- Roles
- Men/Boys
- they went fishing and farming to
get food for their kids
- boys went to school at 6 and participated in
gymnastics to have a healthy mind and
- Women/Girls
- women ran the household and
looked after the slaves
- girls stayed home to help their
mothers with the chores
- girls participated in religious festivals
- however in poor houses women
had to work on their own
- Slaves
- Slaves helped wifes with the housework
- They acted like the children's private tutor
- Slave were kind of like women
- They could not participate in politics
or go to school or anything a man
could do
- Education
- Boys began education at 6 or 7
- Boys studied literature, poetry and history
- Weddings
- Weddings in Argos were
celebrated by having a large
- Olympics
- The flag has green and red stripes
- Argos did not win much since they
specialised in education instead of
- Religion
- They worshiped Athena
- They also worshiped Apollo but once Athens
joined with Megara they did not worship Apollo
- Clothing
- Home-made fabric
- Had many colours
- Sometimes made from leather
- Roles
- Role of men
- Attended politics
- In charge of most things in the house
- Role of boys
- Attended school at the age of 7
- Tutored by slaves or moms until 7 yrs old
- Role of girls
- Like other girls they stayed at home
and helped their mothers with the
- Grow into a woman and give birth to children
- Role of women
- Cooking
- Cleaning
- Making clothes for their children
- They had no say in politics
- Slaves
- They helped the mothers with the housework
- The male slaves tutored the children
- Thought as tools
- Education
- Children were tutored by male slaves
and their moms until they were 7 years
of age
- When 7 they would attend school
- They would be taught almost
everything that is taught in school
- Participation in Olympics
- they will never cheer for athens
when they dont win
- Orsippos of Megara won the foot race in
720 BCE and was the first greek to run
- Soldiers
- During Peloponnesian War
Megara helped Sparta out.
- It sent out 3000 armed soldiers and 20 ships
- Type of government
- It was a democracy
- Known for giving citizens freedom
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