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Discuss aspects of the Greek polis- pg.66-61 Greek and Phoenician conflicts were intensified around the time the Polis rose. Greek used Phoenician ideas and technology as well as things they invented themselves. Standard of living improved, artisans made more crafts, and trade improved as a result. Archaic Period military structure- pg.62-63 Military was dominated by wealthy aristocrats who could afford weapons and armor. They used a battle tactic called Hoplite Warfare. Significance of poetry- pg.65-66 Poetry that was recorded into history revealed the feelings and desires from the individuals who were often at odds with the dominant culture of their time. Important people and the rise of Athens- pg.68 All men over the age of 18 could participate in Athenian government. Drakon wanted to use severe violence to control civic violence. Solon was a poet aristocrat that had no major ideas. Peisistratos built on Solon’s reform and was a popular ruler until his death.
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