October 7 - Review for Exam 1

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Unformatted text preview: October 7, 2007 Review for Exam 1 • Format o 50 questions o MC, fill-in, circle one, images o 5 sections Earliest Greeks BA to EIA Geometric Greece Orientalizing Revolution and Tyrannies Archaic Greece • Kinds of info o Dates: always approximate All either circle one or MC “Xth century”: 15 th century BCE = 1500-1400 BCE o Places: change and continuity over time Athens, Sparta, Knossos, Mycenae etc. o People: legendary and historical Statesmen, poets, major gods, major heroes o Relationships Greeks and non-Greeks Among Greek communities o Society: change and continuity over time Organization: palace, polis etc. Status: of social classes, women, slaves etc Technology: weapons, arts, literacy etc. • The Bronze Age o Greece: location and geography, natural resources, neighbors o Minoan of Crete Society: government, gender roles, religion • Religion: polytheistic, rituals • Relative gender equality • Government: small city-states, Economy: sea-based, redistributive (palaces) Relationships with Egypt and NE • Achievements: literacy (Lin A), art, architecture • Art: vases, masks, painting, metalwork • Architecture: multi-story, paved roads o Earliest Greeks: Mycenaeans (BA) Arrival (2000 BCE?) – Shaft Grave period (1500)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CLA 2100 taught by Professor Marks during the Fall '07 term at University of Florida.

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October 7 - Review for Exam 1 - October 7, 2007 Review for...

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