Ch 3 outline (Western Civ. Hist. 100)

Ch 3 outline (Western Civ. Hist. 100) - 1. Motive 2. Turns...

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1Chap. 3 Fourth Century and Hellenistic World I. Golden Age of Athenian Culture (pre-Hellenistic) A. Drama C. Art and architecture B. History D. Philosophy Greece II. Greek armies best in the world A. Sparta dominates. B. Athens rebuilds. C. Thebes defeats Sparta (371 B.C.) D. Athens and Sparta defeat Thebes (361 B.C.). III. Macedonian domination A. People possibly related to Greeks, in northern Greece (language or dialect not intelligible to Greeks) B. Philip II C. Alexander the Great (ruled 336-323 B.C.)
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Motive 2. Turns Greek armies to conquest of Persian Empire 3. Administration D. Three main successors (Alexanders generals) in Hellenistic world (Alexanders conquests after Alexander (cf. Hellenic) 1. Ptolemies 2. Seleucids 3. Antigonids IV. Hellenistic culture A. Teach Greek B. Science C. Culture D. Philosophy V. Religion A. Traditional Greek religion B. Mystery religions C. Judaism...
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