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History notes Greco-Persian Wars 490-479 b.c i 490 Darius Marathon 9 480 Xerxes Battle of Thermopylae Navy at Salamis (later plataea) 9 477 B.C. Delian League Classical Greek 480-323 b.c i Delian League 9 Arts Architecture Sculpture Pottery 9 Literary Life Aescylus: Ex. The Persians Sophocles: Ex. Oedipus Euripedes: Tragedy of Emotions Aristophanes: Ex. Lysistrata h Philosophy (Sophists and Philosophers) Socrates (470-399 B.C.) 9 Method 9 Trial Plato (427-346 B.C.) 9 The Republic h Philosopher Kings 9 Allegory of the Cave 9 Truth/Reality 9 Rhetoric Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) 9 Combination 9 Science 9 Political Systems 9 Rhetoric 9 Labor Free
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Slave 9 Failure of City-State Peloponnesian War 431 B.C. 9 Dragged on until 404 B.C.
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Unformatted text preview: 9 Opened door for Macedonia 9 Philip II Macedon Rise and Hellinistic World i King Philip II from Macedon (359-336 BC) 9 League of Corinth 9 Great Military 9 Assassination and son takes over • Alexander the Great (336-323 BC) Alexander’s Hellinistic World • Culture: Alexandria, Egypt • Museum: Math, Science, Astronomy, etc. • Lighthouse • Sculpture: ex. The Nike/ Venus de Milo • Drama: ex. Menander’s new comedy • Philosophy: Stoic, Epicurean • Alexander dies at 32 (wife and son killed) • Land divided between Ptolemy (Egypt), Seleucis (Mesopotamia), and Antigonus (Asia Minor-Macedon.) • Next power in region Rome...
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