30-Intro to Spartans v. Athens - Hist 151 Secular and...

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Hist 151 8/30/10 Secular and spiritual: thumbnail version Depends on placement to find the proper balance btw the spiritual and secular Course goes all the way up the 17 th century Ancient World How do we determine what a society values? Where it places its priorities? Artistic Expression Government and other institutions Law Social Habits (How they spent they’re time) – Habits of Mind Economy/Environment Hierarchy Periods in Ancient Greek History Mycenaean Civ. (Late Bronze Age), c. 1600-1150 BC Dark Age, c. 1150-750 BC o Illiad and the Odyessy Archaic Greece, c. 750-500 BC Classical Greece, c. 500-323 BC Hellenistic Age, c. 323-150 BC (Note that early Roman history overlaps with the Greek classical and Hellenistic eras) And why begin in Greece? From Myth to Reason o Btw 700 and 500 BC- reason comes into play A demanding Terrain o Made them self-reliant o Isolated, resistant to military domination o Democratic and Self- Governing Rational explanations of natural processes Self-gov’t
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