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Classical Greece History 101 February 3, 2010
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Classical Greece The Dominance of Athens Periclean Athens, 461-429 B.C. The Peloponnesian War After the Peloponnesian War
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The Dominance of Athens Rise of Athens in the fifth century B.C. naval power Xerxes I, Emperor of Persia (r. 486-465 B.C.) Battle of Thermopylae, 480 B.C. Themistocles (c.528-c.460 B.C.) Battle of Salamis, 480 B.C. leadership of successful alliance against Persia the Delian League Changes in Athenian democracy Solon (594 B.C.) and Cleisthenes (508 B.C.) demos the new prestige of the strategos (“general”) the lower-class navy and political power thetes
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Pericles, c. 495-429 B.C. Pericles repeatedly elected strategos Greater power for the thetes in democracy any Athenian citizen may propose legislation salaries for officials reimbursement for attendance at assembly and court Building programs and festivals
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