P6S&C_Greek History

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/14/11 Greek History
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6/14/11 Greece occupied even before 70, 000 B.C.E. Relevant to our study of Homer’s Iliad and myth: 3, 000-1600 B.C.E. Early/Middle Bronze Age Named after appearance of metallurgy (bronze = alloy of copper and tin) learned from the civilizations of the Near East.
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6/14/11 Bronze Tools
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6/14/11 BRONZE AGE CAULDRON
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6/14/11 MESOPOTAMIA
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6/14/11 ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA
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6/14/11 Mainland Greece was inhabited by people who spoke a non-Indo- European language indicated by the survival of place names ending in –nthos, e.g. Corinthos, and – assos.
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Ca. 2100 B.C.E. arrival of Indo-Europeans from North-eastern Europe speaking language whose morphology, syntax and vocabulary can be traced back from more recent surviving languages, e.g., Ancient Indian (Sanskrit), Persian, Armenian, Slavic languages, several Baltic languages such as Lithuanian, Celtic and Germanic languages, Greek, Albanian, the Italic languages (including Latin), and dead languages such as Hittite, Phrygian, Illyrian). Migration began sometime between 6000-4500
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