CLAS 300 Review Quiz 1 2

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CLAS 300 Review Quiz #1 Preceptors: Amanda Tennyson Melissa Miller Paige Frahm Stephanie Raynor
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Stuff to Remember Dr. Soren will chose TWO terms for the quiz on Thursday You will need to know: DATE FULL DEFINITION 3 SOLID FACTS Questions at the END of review please!!!
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An example of a good answer… Dorothy Arzner- one of the first major female directors who made films during the 1920's, 1930's and 1940's. 1897-1979 1. She started out as a script clerk for William de Mille, but eventually worked her way up to film cutter, editor, and director. 2. She was extremely influenced by Greek tragedies, and used many of the same elements in her films. 3. She attended Westlake School for girls, where she learned about Greek art, architecture, and theatre.
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Persian Wars Themistocles of Athens Vs. Xerxes 490-479 BC During Golden Age of Athens Athens help Greek Colonies throw off Persia- revolt end 494 BC Persia lead raids on Athens( want help from Greeks) Athens won 490bc So great temple to Athena built on Acropolis
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Themistocles Athens’s commander 480BC Lured Persian feet into canal btwn Salamis and Athenian coast Defeated it Support the building of a wall around Athens Convinced Athens to fortify the port of Piraeus
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Plataea Location of Spartan and Persian Battle Summer 480 BC Spartans met Persians in foothills and battle Spartans win Greeks make vow here to not rebuild the shrines that were destroyed by barbarians Mardonius ( Persian General) killed here
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Sparta Athens military rival Defeat Athens 394 BC Ruled by oligarchy Military important Conquered most of S. Greece Landlocked State
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Pericles Athenian general and statesman Convinced Athens to use tribute money to rebuild temples Died from plaque Correctly predicted Sparta would be hurt from sea attack On death,-Cleon became Athens leader
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Agora market place of Greece Political center legal center N. of Acropolis Business center
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Kerameikos Excavation sight In ancient days: 10 tribe or Phylae system Each tribe contribute 50 members to boule Each tribe has 10 demos or districts 200 meters of wall was discovered Piplon and Sacrial gated built 479 bc Courtyard type
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Piraeus Port of Athens Landlocked harbor Themistocles persuade Athens to fortify 3 natural enclosed harbors 493 BC Themistocles began to fortify finished 476 BC
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Ekklesia citizen assembly of 6000 decide all government issues through vote no women, slaves or non- Athenians could vote purpose to prevent a tyrant middle of 5 th century most power here
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Solon respected aristocrat was elected as Arcon(594 bc)- chosen to reconcile common ppl and aristocracy passed laws : limiting power of old aristocracy, protect poor Helped create the Boule- 500 representatives of citizens
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Democracy 487 law saying candidates for archonship 467 law say council of Areopagus for murders only
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