Lectures 6&7-Jan 18&20

Lectures 6&7-Jan 18&20 - Themistocles...

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Paper one, Due Friday February 10: Compare Plato’s Republic to Lycurgus’ Sparta in Plutarch’s Lives . Both Socrates and Lycurgus (according to Plato and Plutarch, respectively) had clear ideas about what constituted the ideal state, discussing such things as leadership and government, education, family, etc. Using examples from the readings, tell me which of the two you believe made the most sense, and why. You may find that both made sense in different ways, or indeed that neither said anything of any value. Explain. Use only these two sources to write your paper. Provide page numbers for all quotes, paraphrases, and references otherwise in footnotes (preferred) or endnotes. Remember to include a word count on the bottom corner of the last page.
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Spartan Hoplite
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King Leonidas
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“Tonight we dine in hell!”
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Click icon to add picture Key terms: Satrapies Ionian Revolt Eleutheria Marathon
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Unformatted text preview: Themistocles Triremes Thermopylae Salamis _________ Topics: Who were the Persia and the Persian Wars/ Persian Wars & Athens (499-479 bce at Battle of Plataea or 449 bce at Peace of Callias) Achaemenid Empire : Unified empire of Medes and Persians under Cyrus II in the middle of 6th century bce. Delphi at Mt. Parnassos: The Navel of the Earth The Pythia in the Adyton Ancient Lydia Darius I 521-486 bce Xerxes I 486-464 bce Persian Empire 490 BCE Ancient Lydia Where Aristagoras was tyrant Battle of Marathon rathonomachoi: Those who fought at the Battle of Marathon in September, 490 b c Themistocles The Athenian Trireme The Greco-Persian Wars " ": "Come and get them!" Spartan response when the Persians asked them to put down their weapons at the beginning of the Battle of Thermopylae The Greco-Persian Wars...
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Lectures 6&7-Jan 18&20 - Themistocles...

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