Unformatted text preview: beneath every spectator. That would be bad. The math required to create such a place has been known for many centuries now. Thanks to the intelligent mathematicians of early Greece in 700 B.C., it is possible. The ancient Greek culture actually began the Olympic Games, but they didn’t competed for their country. They shed blood for thy almighty Zeus. Only men were allowed into the arena and only the toughest came out alive. From one on one boxing and wrestling matches to discus and javelin throwing. All the while, the fans cheer on to see more and more. Little do they know, as the fastest chariot in front finally crosses the finish line, their whole civilization is unifying, right before their eyes. This was the beginning of the Archaic Phase in Greek history....
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2011 for the course IAH 208 taught by Professor Bonge during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.
- Fall '08