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08-0 Greece KW1

08-0 Greece KW1 - Hasmoneans(Maccabees Seleucids Antiochus...

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Unit 8: Classical Greece [WC 87-111] Classical Greece Thalassocracy Mycenaean Troy city-state ( polis ) Greek democracy Golden Age Cultural heritage Athens Sparta Persian Wars Peloponnesian Wars Hellenistic Age Macedonia Alexander the Great Successors Ptolemies Seleucids Hellenism Alexandria syncretism Pax Romana Greek Philosophy Jewish responses to Hellenism Greek Culture (from WC) Homer Herodotus Socrates Plato Aristotle
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Sacred Symbols Acropolis (sacrifice) Parthenon Eleusis (initiation) Mystery religion Demeter Dexiosis Delphi (oracle) prophecy iconography of ritual omphalos (naval) Hellenistic Jerusalem
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Unformatted text preview: Hasmoneans (Maccabees) Seleucids Antiochus High Priesthood Simon as King and Priest Enforced Judaization Jerusalem Fortification Monumental tombs Temple building and symbolism Dead Sea Scrolls Qumran Biblical texts Essenes Eschatology prophets Key words from Primary Readings for Unit 8 Socrates, Plato and Greek philosophy The role of Oracles in ancient societies (Oracle at Delphi) Diogenes and the nature of classical Cynicism Alexander and the Gymnosophists Alexander and the High Priest of Jerusalem...
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