Greek name for greece the national character or culture of ancient greece. Not equality, tyranny of the majority, direct democracy, referendums, citizens (landholders, upper-class male) A piece of land cut off and assigned as an official domain, especially to kings/chiefs, or marked off and dedicated to a god. Place where the god apollo was believed to communicate with humans by cryptic messages. Elite gathering of wealthy and powerful men in ancient greece; focused on wine, music, poetry, conversation, games and love making. Shallow greek cup, used for drinking, wide mouth and small handles near rim. Any greek vase or jug without a spout. Large jar with three handles for storing water. Vessel with an extended bottom allowing it to float in a large krater. Manner of representation where the appearance of natural space and objects is re-created with the express intention of fooling the eye of the viewer. Orthodox church; action of placing the eucharist elements on the credence table.