Jan 14, 2013
Chapter 5: The Dark Age (IRON AGE) 1200-800 BC
THE COLLAPSE OF THE OLD STATES
After the Bronze age, with the collapse of many Empires (Hittite, Greek), the Mediterranean
was in a state of crisis. The fall of the Hittites in Anatolia (Mo
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TELAS CON MICROCPSULAS
Una de las alternativas de solucin es a travs de telas inteligentes con adhesin y
permanencia de microcpsulas. Existen microcpsulas pueden reaccionar por estmulos
fsicos por ejemplo por presin, friccin, o por estmulos qumicos, disol
Chapter 16: The Peloponnesian War and its aftermath
The war had 3 parts
1. (431-421 BC)- Archidamian War: named after the Spartan king who invaded Attica
2. (421-413 BC)- Peace of Nicias: begins with a treaty negotiated by the Athe
Ch. 18 Warlords of Macedon: Philip II and Alexander the King
Philip II becomes the king of Macedon.
His Athenian opponent was Demosthenes (different than the one that died in Syracuse in 413
Before Philip II, Macedon didnt feel like a united country.
Ch 17. The Greeks b/w Persia & Carthage, 399-360 BC
Spartas Empire, 403-360 BC
In 404 BC, Sparta got what it wanted by making a deal with Persia. They got Athens, and the
Spartans got Ionia.
Lysander had set up oligarchies answering directly to him; thus
Chapter 15 (Feb 11)
Fifth century drama
Athens and Syracuse were the major centers for this genre.
33 surviving tragedies are Athenian.
7 by Aeschylus (525-456 BC)
7 by Sophocles (496-406 BC)
19 by Euripides (485-406 BC)
Each of these authors pro
Jan 16, 2013
Chapter 8: Archaic Greece (800-480 BC)
Era between the 8th century and the Great Wars of 480 BC
Living conditions rose, equal male citizenship was core, beliefs were systemized and intellectual revolution
Was marked by conflicts betw
Chapter 14: Art and though in the 5th c. BC
Pericles building programme
Started off with the Parthenon in 447 BC was built by 438 BC
Propylae was built in 437 BC (means fore-gates) and is the great gate was done by 432 BC
Erechtheum was a great temple whi
Chapter 11- Persia and the Greeks, 550-490 BC
Agricultural people living on the upper Tigris river (modern Iraq) began raiding neighbours
Believed their god ashur ruled the heavens and wanted everyone to know it.
Chapter 12: The Great War 480-479 BC
Darius is frustrated after Marathon, needs to assert his dominance. Plans to invade Greece.
But then he dies.
His son Xerxes is convinced by Mardonius (the commander of the disastrous naval
expedition in 492 BC) to
Chapter 13: Democracy and Empire: Athens and Syracuse
Once the war was over, Sparta tried to convince Athens not to build city walls but to rely on
them for protection. Themistocles kept them busy while the Athenians finished building t