west. civ jan30 - Hellenistic Key Terms Hellas Greece...

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Hellenistic Key Terms Hellas- Greece Hellenic- Greek Hellenistic- Greek-like (warriors), Greeks Culture- considered “Greek” by Olympic organizers, aristocracy/monarchy  speaks Greek, almost Greek, but not Strong monarchy- relied on warrior aristocracy Cavalry (the Companions) central to fighting Resembles Homeric Greeks (Mycenaeans) more than comtemporary  Greeks unified the country, defeated its enemies, brought control Philip learns about the phalanx from his Theban allies Chipped away at Athenian holdings on Aegean, conquers Thrace Attempts to gain control of the Hellespont, gain supply to Hellas Athens worried about Hellespont, thwarts Macedonia Philip angered, invades Hellas (Greece)
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course EUH 2000 taught by Professor Beats during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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