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Ancient_Greece - Foundation Builders Mycanean 2000 1100 BCE...

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Foundation Builders
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Mycanean – 2000 – 1100 BCE Dark Ages – 1100 – 800 BCE Hellenic – 800 – 338 BCE Hellenisitic – 338 – 323 BCE
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2800 – 1100 BCE Minoans 2800 – 1400 BCE Tribal Peloponnesian Peninsula Homer/Trojan War Civil war
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1100 – 800 BCE Loss of learning Rural and primitive Migration
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800 – 300 BCE Archaic Period 800 – 500 BCE Renaissance Trading Byzantium Population growth Polis Hoplites
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Classical Period 500 – 338 BCE Polis first Cities Philosophers Artists Traders shopkeepers Rural majority
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Classical Period 500 – 338 BCE Athens vs. Sparta Athens We’re #1! Intellectual Sparta Military Communal
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Persian Wars 490 BCE Darius I Ionia Athens Battle of Marathon 480 – 479 BCE Xerxes United Greeks Thermopylae Naval battle of Salamis – 479 BCE Platea – 479 BCE
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Peloponessian Wars – 431 – 404 BCE Delian League
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