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ChAPTER 3 1. The Dark Age refers to A period of transition between Mycensen and hellenric civilations 2. The work of Homer Contains the origins of the notion that human excellences was a combination of thought and action 3. The Olympian religion that emerged in ancient Greece Did not put an end to the worship of local gods or the participating of local rituals 4. The polis the basic political unit of Greece Independent city; government worship trade fuction as own nation, had to be male patriotism and radical. 5. Spartan society was militaristic primarily because Self defence and need of keeping slave population in check and from rebelling 6. Solon's reforms A travelor and poet elected chief executive. Deemphasizing the gods role in human affairs practical remedies written law should be harmony with Dike and become formative deal in Greek policial thought instill common sense of work for good of the city 7. The Persians attacked Greece in the fifth century B.C. because Persia wanted to add Greece to it. Greece sent aids to help with uprising against Persia during the lonian revolt. 8. The Athenian navy delivered a decisive Greek victory against the Persians in 480 B.C. at The battle of salamis 9. Pericles was Statesmen, orator and military commander. Central figure in Athenian life in the 5 th century called age of pericles. Achieved greatness in politics dama sculpture and thought 10. According to Demosthenes
Gifted speaker on philippics- 10 years warning greeks of the threat posed by Philip of Macedon- he wanted to conquer Athens and end Athenian democracy... Urged city to unite against common enemy also help organize resistance after the death of Alexander the great 11. Artifacts and archaeological evidence of the Minoans on Crete indicate Were not Greek and did not speak Greek language. Influence was considerable and enduring on mainland. Lasted about 1350 years, reached height during 1700-1450 BC. Evident of wealth and power, sensitive to beauty shown in ruins produced silver vessels daggers and pottery Seemed peaceful, art did not depict military scenes, no defense walls 12. Which of the following is NOT a feature of Mycenaean civilization? War? 13. The earliest examples of the polis After Hellenistic age…hellenism. Fifth century bc 14. The mature polis was a Only avenue to the good life. Framework within man to realize spiritual moral and intellectual capacities. Self governing community, expressed the will of free citizens, not the desires of gods, hereditary kings. 15. In contrast to Sparta 16. By Dik, Solon meant: Athens on brink og war, disrupted community life, rational approach to problems of society deemphasizing the gods roles aimed to restore a sick Athenian city by restraining the nobles and improving the poor. Underminded the traditional rights and transformed athen from oligarchy to democracy 17. The Delian League 150 city and states organized a confederation, protect selfs against renewed confrontation with Persia. Athens had leadership of Delian league.
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