GREECE Chapter 6 Section 3 Daily Life in Athens DO NOW 1) HAVE WITH YOU: Notebook & textbook 2) Hand in any work : - GREECE PACKET / EXTRA credit review
- 6.3 Summary 3)Take out 6.3 Power Point notes and add 2 more facts to each area of the chart on the first page * use the notes or text to help you MESOPOTAMIA: A. Society formed around an important river or rivers B. Theater and the arts flourished and were an important part
C. Civilization was led by an absolute ruler D. People were polytheistic E. Women had almost all of the rights of men F. The public would cast votes and participate in government Egypt: Society formed around an important river or rivers A. Theater and the arts flourished and were an important part
B. Civilization was led by an absolute ruler C. People were polytheistic D. Women had almost all of the rights of men E. The public would cast votes and participate in government Greece: A. Society formed around an important river or rivers B. Theater and the arts flourished and were an important part
C. Civilization was led by an absolute ruler D. People were polytheistic E. Women had almost all of the rights of men F. The public would cast votes and participate in government DAILY LIFE IN ANCIENT GREECE: ATHENS MARKETPLACE
LIFE AT HOME SLAVERY Athens: A city-state in ancient Greece; the capital of modern-day Greece Agora: A public market and meeting place in
an ancient Greek city; the agora of Athens when spelled with a capital A. Vendor: a seller of goods. Slavery: Condition of being owned by, and forced to work for, someone else
http://www.bing.com/images/search/?q=Ancient+Athens+Slaves&id=DC8FBA7EE68BDAA41AE3C015ACFC7030C8144CC9&FORM=BRQONH Public Life The Agora was the center of life. *Agoras were a busy place where people came to socialize, talk and gossip. *Athenians came to buy and sell goods . *Vendors sold their wares and buyers bargained and haggled over
prices. *Men socialized and debated with one another at the Agora. *Temples and government buildings lined the Agora. *One building was the Armys headquarters and another was a prison. *A board displayed public notices such as new laws and court cases. Homes in Athens
Courtyard was the center of the household. *Homes were plain *Made of mud bricks *Rooms set around a courtyard that was hidden from the street *Some homes may have included a kitchen, store room, dining room, bedrooms and some had bathrooms *Water had to be carried to the home from a public fountain.
Food Ancient Greeks ate simple foods. *Breakfast could contain only breads *Midday meals could contain cheese and/or olives with bread. *Dinner might have contained fish and vegetables followed by cheese, fruit or honey- sweetened cakes. *Athenians ate little meat because the geography did not allow them to raise cattle.
Women in Athens Home was where most Athenian women spent their time. *They did not have the freedoms their husbands , fathers, and sons were given. *They could not participate in politics. *They could not vote.
*They could not own property. *Sometimes they could be a priestess in religious ceremonies. A womans role was to run the home and family. *Women organized spinning and weaving * Looked after food and wine supplies
*Cared for children *Kept track of family finances *If the family had slaves, the slaves were the womans responsibility for directing, training, and caring for them. Who were slaves? People who were captured by armies during war or by
pirates while traveling on ships. Lives of slaves Slaves did many types of work: Provided labor on farms Worked in mines Assisted artisans making pottery Constructed buildings Created weapons and armor
Slaves who worked in the mines suffered the most and often did not live long lives. Household slaves: cooked Served food tended children Wove cloth
These slaves were often treated like family. Some slaves were able to buy their freedom, but many were not. The hard work of slaves allowed the free citizens of Athens to pursue art, education, and public service.
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