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Archaic Greece 776-490 BC. Alphabet Shift from geometric to oriental in pottery City-state - polis Colonization Hoplite warfare Tyranny and class struggle. Dipylon Vase 740 BC. Corinthian style: oriental. oenochoe. Polis: Attica Astu (city) and chora (countryside) Synoecism

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Archaic greece 776 490 bc

Archaic Greece 776-490 BC

  • Alphabet

  • Shift from geometric to oriental in pottery

  • City-state - polis

  • Colonization

  • Hoplite warfare

  • Tyranny and class struggle


Archaic greece 776 490 bc

Dipylon Vase 740 BC


Archaic greece 776 490 bc

Corinthian style: oriental

oenochoe


Archaic greece 776 490 bc

Polis: Attica

Astu (city) and chora (countryside)

Synoecism

Basileus and archon

Assembly

Rise of aristocracy


Archaic greece 776 490 bc

Greek Colonization: metropolis; oikistes;


Archaic greece 776 490 bc

Hoplite armor; phalanx


Class struggle

Class struggle

  • Aristocracy: hoi agathoi

  • Thetes; mortgages

  • Tyranny and resistance to aristocrats


Thucydides

Thucydides

  • History of Peloponnesian War (431-404)

  • Greatest war

  • Reconstructive anthropology

  • Trojan war; Persian invasion; tyranny


Hesiod works and days

Hesiod: Works and Days

  • Ascra, Boeotia

  • Didactic poetry

  • Near Eastern wisdom literature


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