Lecture 9 Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World

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LECTURE 9 Introduction to Western Civilization I History 101 "Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World" I. Macedonia A. Greek outsiders B. King Philip of Macedonia C. Greek unpreparedness D. Corinthian League II. Alexander the Great A. Motives for world conquest B. Accomplishments C. Fate of Alexander's empire after his death in 323 BC III. "The Hellenistic World" Video 1. How did Hellenistic art differ from art in the earlier Greek polis?
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Unformatted text preview: 2. What were the goals of the philosophies discussed in the film? IV. Comparing Hellenistic and Classical Greek civilizations A. Defining "Hellenistic civilization" B. Government C. Cosmopolis versus polis D. Educational center E. Upper class women F. Material prosperity and slavery TERMS used in today's presentation: Demosthenes Chaeronea (338 BC) Alexandria Seleucus (Seleucid) Ptolemy Antigonus (Antigoned)...
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