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Art of Ancient Greece. Major Periods Geometric Period 900-700 BCE Orientalizing Period 700-600 BCE Archaic Period 600-480 BCE Athens has a representative government; every community (deme) had its own assembly and magistrates. 4. Classical Period

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Major Periods

  • Geometric Period 900-700 BCE
  • Orientalizing Period 700-600 BCE
  • Archaic Period 600-480 BCE
  • Athens has a representative government; every community (deme) had its own assembly and magistrates
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4. Classical Period

framed by the defeat of the Persians (479 BCE) and the death of Alexander the Great (323 BCE)

Early Classical 480-450 BCE

destruction of the Persian fleet in the Straits of Salamis, 479 BCE

5th Century Classical 450-400 BCE

Pericles rebuilds the Acropolis, he dies in 429 BCE

Sparta dominated the Peloponnese and much of the rest of mainland Greece;

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5th Century Classical 450-400 BCE (continued…)

  • Athens dominated the Aegean and became a wealthy and influential center of a maritime empire
  • the series of conflicts between Sparta and Athens became known as the Peloponnesian Wars (641-445 BCE)
    • 4th Century Classical 400-330 BCE
  • Alexander the Great died in 323 BCE at the age of 32
  • 5. Hellenistic Period 320-21 BCE
  • Cleopatra died in 30 BCE
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Terms and Stuff

  • city-state -- a polis
    • an autonomous region having a city as its political, cultural, religious, and economic center
    • for example: Athens, Sparta, Corinth or Thebes—remember Antigone
  • a stoa –colonnaded pavilion, open on three sides
  • stadium
  • sanctuaries
  • Mount Olympos
  • Sanctuary of Apollo, Delphi (the oracle of Delphi)