Significance of Citizenship in Ancient Greece Video


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What is a citizen?

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1. What was a polis?

2. Which of these was NOT a requirement for citizenship in most ancient Greek cities?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In order to be a citizen in Ancient Greece, you had to meet certain qualifications. The quiz and worksheet are tools designed to assess your knowledge of these qualifications, as well as different terms.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Our assessments help check your knowledge of:

  • The government of ancient Greece
  • The meaning of polis
  • What a citizen is
  • Rights of citizens in Athens

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify the rights of citizens in Athens
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main phrases, such as citizen and polis
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the history lesson on Ancient Greek citizenship

Additional Learning

Gain additional information about these historical topics thanks to the lesson called Significance of Citizenship in Ancient Greece. Some objectives you can complete include:

  • Examine the benefits of being a citizen
  • Review components of a Greek society
  • Analyze Greek citizenship rights
  • Look at the differences between Sparta and Athens in regards to government