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TIMELINE: THE IRON AGE & GREEK CIVILIZATION. A FEW OF THE SIGNIFICANT EVENTS. 3,500 to 1,400 BC BRONZE AGE 1,400 to 300 AD IRON AGE. TIMELINE. CITY CIVILIZATIONS. GREEK CITY STATES. 1194 – 1184 BC (1250 BC ?) TROJAN WAR – A MYTH?.

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timeline the iron age greek civilization

TIMELINE:THE IRON AGE &GREEK CIVILIZATION

A FEW OF THE SIGNIFICANT EVENTS

3 500 to 1 400 bc bronze age 1 400 to 300 ad iron age
3,500 to 1,400 BC BRONZE AGE 1,400 to 300 AD IRON AGE

TIMELINE

CITY CIVILIZATIONS

GREEK CITY STATES

1194 1184 bc 1250 bc trojan war a myth
1194 – 1184 BC (1250 BC ?)TROJAN WAR – A MYTH?

Kingdom of Troy versus Greek Alliance

c 850 BC: HOMER is author of ILIAD and ODYSSEY

three periods of greek history
THREE PERIODS OF GREEK HISTORY

799 – 500 BC ARCHAIC

  • Greek City States develop and colonize

510 – 323 BC CLASSICAL

  • Golden Age – Pericles, Aristotle

323 – 31 BC HELLENISTIC

  • Spreading of Greek culture
archaic period
ARCHAIC PERIOD

Greek city-states spread. Each city-state was independent.

Economics based on farming: land basis of wealth.

799 – 500 BC ARCHAIC

Ruled by wealthy aristocrats and then by autocrats.

Money reforms in Sparta and in Athens

SOLON

OF ATHENS

LYCURGUS

OF SPARTA

classical period
CLASSICAL PERIOD

510 – 323 BC CLASSICAL

  • 508 BC – ATHENS CONSTITUTION MADE DEMOCRATIC
    • CITIZENSHIP EXTENDED TO ALIEN MANUFACTURING AND TRADING FOLK
    • 10,000 CITIZENS IN ASSEMBLY, HEADED BY COUNCIL OF 500 CITIZENS CHOSEN AT RANDOM

GRECO-PERSIAN WARS 499 – 449 BC

  • GOLDEN AGE OF GREECE 480 – 404 BC
  • AGE OF PERICLES 461 – 429 BC
    • EMERGENCE OF WIDER DEMOCRACY

FIRST PELOPONNESIAN WAR460 – 446 BC (ATHENS VS. SPARTA)

  • PEACE 445 – 431 BC

SECOND PELOPONNESIAN WAR431 – 404 BC (ATHENS VS. SPARTA)

  • ALEXANDER THE GREAT 336 – 323 BC

PLATO AND ARISTOTLE

THE ACROPOLIS

PUBLIC ASSEMBLY

hellenistic period
HELLENISTIC PERIOD
  • Greek culture was spread by the breakup of Alexander the Great’s empire into 3 kingdoms:
  • Seleucid: Babylonia, Persia, Central Turkey, etc.
  • Pergamon: city in Asia Minor
  • Ptolemaic: Egypt

323 – 31 BC HELLENISTIC

PTOLEMAIC

EGYPT

SELEUCID EMPIRE

PERGAMON,

ASIA MINOR