Tyranny in the Golden age of Greece

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Tyranny in the Golden Age of Greece
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The Archaic Period Circa 600 BCE down to 480 BCE Emergence of the Polis The Greek idea of the City-State Aristocratic, Tyrannical, and Democratic forms of government
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Conflict of Family vs. the State Negotiation of public, urban interests with those of familial interests
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Pheidon of Argos A King who became a Tyrant Implications of this idea Restored the “Lot of Temenos” Tyranny is simply government through non- constitutional means The Advent of Tyranny
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The Argive Heraon Model of the Argive Temple to Hera Model dates to about 725 BCE Massive rescaling and rebuilding program in the first part of the 7 th century
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The Argive Heraon Massive terraced platform for building program Set at extreme edge of traditional Argive Territory Territorial control
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Argos Region around Argos produces the earliest examples of the hoplite panoply Argos tomb of the early seventh Elements evolve separately and coalesce into a unified idea
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Art, Militarism and the Basis of Identity MacMillan Painter Small aryballos Late Proto-Corinthian Hoplite Warrior
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Hoplites First seen about 650 BCE Cuirass, shield and grieves Long spear with short sword Individual hoplites provide their own armor Assumes a degree of wealth
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Hoplites and the Poetry of Tyrtaeus ‘An aging warrior cut down in the vanguard of battle disgraces the young. His head is white, his beard is grey, and now he is spilling his powerful spirit in dust, naked,
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