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Ancient Greece

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Transcript of Ancient Greece

Level 4: Self Esteem
Ancient Greece had sculptors and artists, so they did meet self- actualization. Some examples of famous Ancient Greek artists were Phidias and Praxiteles.
Level 5: Self-Actualization
Level 2: Safety
Level 1: Physiological Needs
Vegetables, legumes, fruit, and fish were eaten in Greece, so they maintained a healthy diet.
History
The first Greek-speaking
tribes arrived in Greece between the late 3rd and 1st half of the 2nd millenium B.C.
http://www.ancientgreece.com/s/Wars/‎
http://www.ancientgreece.com/s/People/Main_Page/
References
The Ancient Greeks valued intelligence and beauty
Mathematicians and philosophers were greatly respected, as were the attractive, wealthy, and powerful
Ancient Greek shelter
Level 3: Love and Belonging
In Greece, people have very good relationships with their family and feel like they belong, they are often named after their grandparents, and instead of a birthday, they would celebrate name day, which is basically a day where they celebrate the saints with their same name.
Greece was involved with wars frequently. Approximately half of the time they felt safe in their homes, some in Athens might not have felt as safe. Here is a sword from Ancient Greece, and an image of one of their soldiers.
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