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06theriseofathens - Week 6 The Rise of Athens Lecture 10...

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Week 6: The Rise of Athens Lecture 10, Athens , Key Words Autochthonous Synoikismos Boeotia Phylai Ionia Apaturia Phratries Gene Orgeones Eupatrids Areopagus Archon Eponymos Archon Basileus Thesmothetai Ecclesia Hippeis Zeugitai Thetes Cylon Theagenes Alcmaeonidae Code of Draco Salamis Sigeum Hektemoroi Seisachtheia Georgoi Euboea Pentakosiomedimnoi Boule of 400 Heliaia Oracle of Apollo Anarchia Eupatridae Demiourgoi Paralioi Megacles Politeia Pediakoi Lycurgus Diakrioi Diakria 1
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Hyperakria Brauron Athenian silver coin: obverse Peisistratus Demotikotatos Neleid Phye Pangaeus Eretria Thebes Lygdamis Naxos Marathon Pallene Medici Chersonese Panathenaia Dionysus Eleusinia Golden Age Hippias Hipparchus Lypsidrium Athenian silver coin: reverse 2
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Lecture 11, Cleisthenes , Key Words Alcmaeonidae Hippias Map of Athens Delphi Cleomenes Isagoras Trittyes Asty Paralia Mesogeion Demes Probalinthos Tetrapolis Demarch Naucraries Nomenclature Demotic Boule of 500 Cleisthenes of Sicyon Psephismata Probouleutic Gerrymandering Isonomia Isegoria Hoplite democracy Ostracism Agora Aristides Broneer shards Referendum Thucydides son of Melesias 3
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Chronological Table for Early Athenian History 6500 - 3000 Neolithic Period; remains of pottery dating to this period discovered on the acropolis and in the district which would become the agora of historical Athens provide evidence for the orators’ claim that the Athenians were autochthonous (i.e. earth-born or sprung from the soil itself). 3000 - 2100 Early Bronze Age (Early Helladic 2800-1900); metalworking immigrants believed to have come to Greece from Asia Minor bended with the remains of the Neolithic population in Attica. 2100 - 1600 Middle Bronze Age (Middle Helladic 1900-1580) 2100 - 1900 Incursions of Indo-European-speakers (the proto-Greeks) into the Greek peninsula; Indo-European gods introduced into Greece. 1600 - 1150 Late Bronze Age (Late Helladic 1580-1150)–the Mycenaean period; Mycenae and Tiryns become power centers; Athens the most formidable fortress in Attica; Minoan influence increases; a palace arises on the acropolis–Homer’s house of Erechtheus 1300 - 1200 the unification of Attica– synoecism –ascribed by Thucydides (2.15) to Theseus; all inhabitants of Attica become citizens of Athens; possible beginning of the Athenian nobility–the Eupatrids–which Plutarch ( Theseus , 25) attributes to Theseus? 1200 - 1100 Dorian’s invasion overwhelms the Mycenaean world but Athens avoids devastation 1150 - 900 Early Dark Age (Sub Mycenaean 1125-1050; Proto Geometric 1050-900) 1100 - 750 Athens chief city of mainland Greece 1050 Ionians, organized in four tribes, Geleontes, Hopletes, Aigikoreis and Argadeis, so-called Ionian migration from mainland Greece to Asia Minor under population pressure as refugees from Dorian invasion/migration seek refuge in Attica; Iron technology 1025 - 700 Proto Geometric (1025-900) and Geometric pottery (900-700); Athenian pottery the most abundant and artistic in Greek world 900
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