Chapter 5: Ancient Greece. Section 1: Early People of the Aegean Section 2: The Rise of the Greek City-States Section 3: Victory & Defeat in the Greek World Section 4: The Glory that was Greece Section 5: Alexander & the Hellenistic Age. Section 1: Early People of the Aegean. Summary:
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Chapter 5: Ancient Greece
Section 1: Early People of the Aegean
Section 2: The Rise of the Greek City-States
Section 3: Victory & Defeat in the Greek World
Section 4: The Glory that was Greece
Section 5: Alexander & the Hellenistic Age
1100 B.C.-800 B.C.
People leave cities, trade declines, and people forget skills such as writing
Trojan War takes place
1750 B.C.-1500 B.C.
Minoan Civilization is at its height
Minoan Civilization vanishes; Mycenaeans conquer Greek mainland & Crete
Mycenaean Civilization crumbles
-Trade & travel not allowed
-Military training for boys
-Girls trained to be mothers of soldiers
-Laws made by assembly
-Only male citizens in the assembly
-Traded with other city-states
-Same gods and religious beliefs
Persian Wars 490 B.C.-479 B.C.
Athens fight Persia; other Greek city-states fight on Athenian side
Persians burn city of Athens
Greeks defeat Persians
Greeks believe gods protect them
Athens becomes most powerful city-state