classics13 - 490 BCE – Classical(renaissance 510...

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2000 BCE – bronze age (late) Oral, 1200 BCE Dark ages 800 BCE - Archaic Monumental sculpture Olympics Homer Greek Alphabet (alpha beta) Hesiod (750) Homeric hymns, 800-500 BCE Athens support uprising colony against the Persians. They get captured and then Darius (490) comes to smack the rest of Greece. Athena sends a few hundred hoplites to defend against Persians (battle of marathon, 490) stopped Persians for a little bit. Xerxes decides to punish the Greeks. Thermopylae and Salamis (naval, outside of ellusius). Decicively destroy the Persians. Plataea is the final battle to destroy the rear guard of Persia. 52t thespis creates dlestival 490 and 480 BCE = Persian fights
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Unformatted text preview: 490 BCE – Classical (renaissance) 510 through… = democracy Tradgedy, comedy, disciplined philosophy Golden age of pericles Sophocles-Get note from austin Euripides Aeschyluss--Theatre = to see Auditoria = to hear Theatre has an altar in the center. A podium behind the altar, raised The chorus stands on the ground. Sings, a mock crowd. In the back there’s a tent (scena) for changing, worked as a palace too. From the tent to the podium is a track. Wheel out things. From the top of the scena a crane is there, for the dues ex machine A statue of dioynisus, sits in the theatre front and center....
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