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Lecture 6: Classical Greece

Lecture 6: Classical Greece

Lecture 6: Classical Greece. -- Greece reached its height during the “Classical Period” c. 500 – 338 BCE, after which it is conquered by Philip II of Macedon -- Sparta and Athens represent two extremes of the Greek poleis -- 740 BCE Sparta invades Messenians, who

By Melvin
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Claudius Ptolemy

Claudius Ptolemy

Claudius Ptolemy. Saving the Heavens. Logic at its Best. Where Plato and Aristotle agreed was over the role of reason and precise logical thinking. Plato: From abstraction to new abstraction. Aristotle: From empirical generalizations to unknown truths. Mathematical Reasoning.

By anneke
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Lecture 6: Classical Greece

Lecture 6: Classical Greece

Lecture 6: Classical Greece. -- Greece reached its height during the “Classical Period” c. 500 – 338 BCE, after which it is conquered by Philip II of Macedon -- Sparta and Athens represent two extremes of the Greek poleis -- 740 BCE Sparta invades Messenians, who

By carolyn
(199 views)

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great. Between 404 B.C. and 362 B.C. Greek states competed. Persia was still playing a key role and Macedonia took the lead.. Macedonian king was dependent on his power from his nobles. 359 B.C. Philip of Macedon becomes king. He was captured by the Thebans and admired the Greeks.

By fabrizio
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Wednesday Sep. 1, 2010

Wednesday Sep. 1, 2010

Wednesday Sep. 1, 2010. World History Mr. Paulson. Daily Agenda. Spark # 10 Intro to Rome Notes on Rome Packet work Homework. Spark # 10. 1. Define the following terms: Republic Patrician Plebeian Imperator 2. Next to what body of water is Rome located?

By reuel
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Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great. Between 404 B.C. and 362 B.C. Greek states competed. Persia was still playing a key role and Macedonia took the lead.. Macedonian king was dependent on his power from his nobles. 359 B.C. Philip of Macedon becomes king. He was captured by the Thebans and admired the Greeks.

By arlo
(116 views)

THE GREEK WARS (499 BC – 404 BC)

THE GREEK WARS (499 BC – 404 BC)

THE GREEK WARS (499 BC – 404 BC). I. The Persian War (499 BC – 470 BC). A. Battle of Marathon (490 BC) 1 . By about 550 BC, Greek city-states were the only region left for the Persians to conquer.

By baakir
(171 views)

Ancient Greece and the Development of Greek City-States

Ancient Greece and the Development of Greek City-States

Ancient Greece and the Development of Greek City-States. Location, location, location!. Friday Five: Answer in complete sentences. How were Sparta and Athens different? Give one example. What are 3 geographic features of Greece? Why did Persia invade Greece? Who was Pericles?

By marva
(139 views)

Chapter 4-Ancient Greece

Chapter 4-Ancient Greece

Chapter 4-Ancient Greece. Section 2-The Greek City-States. The Greek City-States. Main Ideas. The polis or city-state was the central focus of Greek life. . The search for farmland and the growth of trade resulted in colonies and the spread of Greek culture and politics. . Key Terms.

By landis
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H imera

H imera

H imera. “ Termini Imerese ” takes its name from the Latin Thermae Himerenses or “Hot Springs of Himera ”. Imera was the name that ancient Greeks gave to the first settlement they founded near the present Termini Imerese . It was the birthplace of the poet Stesichorus . .

By allene
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Being Greek in the 8 th c. BCE τὸ Ἑλληνικὸν ἐὸν ( to Hellênikon eon)

Being Greek in the 8 th c. BCE τὸ Ἑλληνικὸν ἐὸν ( to Hellênikon eon)

Being Greek in the 8 th c. BCE τὸ Ἑλληνικὸν ἐὸν ( to Hellênikon eon). Figurative art, sanctuaries and temples, Panhellenic competition, the alphabet, colonization and the emergence of the polis. Dipylon vases, Athens, 750-725 BCE Late Geometric: prothesis , ekphora.

By aden
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Arts of the CLASSICAL PERIOD

Arts of the CLASSICAL PERIOD

Arts of the CLASSICAL PERIOD. Greeks /Romans and their impact on Western Culture. Overview. From about 500 B.C.- 500 A.D. centered in the region around the Mediterranean Led by two distinct but related culture the Greeks and Romans (Greco-Roman)

By coy
(176 views)

A Brief History of Rome

A Brief History of Rome

A Brief History of Rome. Rome, Geographically. Latins , Etruscans Tiber River Greek colonies 509 BC—founding of Roman Republic Divided society (patricians & plebeians). Roman Aqueducts. Great technological advance Running water Population up to 1,000,000 Arch. Julius Caesar.

By trey
(80 views)

The Rise And Fall Of Ancient Heroes II

The Rise And Fall Of Ancient Heroes II

The Rise And Fall Of Ancient Heroes II. Greek Literature and Mythology The Pursuit of Knowledge Greek Society and Culture. The Greeks As Pragmatists. Greek colonies adopted other civilizations ways of life

By cybill
(161 views)

Vacation Locations (say that 5x fast yo )

Vacation Locations (say that 5x fast yo )

Vacation Locations (say that 5x fast yo ). Verdura Golf and Spa Resort (5 star). Bunch more (tons more). Almond Blossom Festival in Agrigento. In Agrigento, almond trees are in bloom at the beginning of February. The city celebrates this event with an

By atira
(106 views)

GREEK CITIES IN

GREEK CITIES IN

GREEK CITIES IN.

By dory
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Ch. 5 & 6

Ch. 5 & 6

Ch. 5 & 6. Geography. A peninsula ¹ surrounded by islands Small plains River valleys Mountains!!. ¹Greece actually sits on TWO; the Balkan Peninsula and the Peloponnesus. Impact of Geography. Mountains separation Different Greek communities (Athens & Sparta) Warfare

By shanon
(107 views)

Greek City- States

Greek City- States

Greek City- States. Greeks Create City-States. The Greeks of the Dark Age left no written records. All that we know about the period comes from archaeological findings.

By sevita
(90 views)

Geography and the Early Greeks

Geography and the Early Greeks

Geography and the Early Greeks. EQ: How did the geography of Greece help shape early Greek civilization?. Mountain and Settlements. Mountains cover much of Greece, few flat areas for farmland

By penda
(301 views)

Section 2-5

Section 2-5

Click the Speaker button to listen to the audio again. Section 2-5. The Polis: Center of Greek Life. By 750 B.C. , the polis (city-state) became the central focus of Greek life. (Our word politics comes from the word polis. ) .

By sunila
(150 views)

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