Prompt 5: The Leadership of Zeus and Agamemnon
In the Iliad, Homer presents the two different leadership styles of Zeus and Agamemnon.
The immortal ruler of Olympus tends to be more disengaged as a leader, rather than aggressive
and rash like
TO 313 Section 00?
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Case Report: Delays at Logan Airport
This is a selective case report. You can work individually or with a group of no more t
SUMMARY OF THE ILIAD
BOOK I. Apollo is angry because Agamemnon has failed to let one of the god's priests ransom a daughter
Agamemnon had allotted himself as a war-prize. Agamemnon reluctantly gives the girl up but insists on
taking in her place Briseis,
Compare and Contrast Athenian and Spartan Society Leading Up to the Peloponnesian War
After the end of the Persian War, Athens and Sparta emerged as the two central poleis in
Ancient Greece. These two great societies began to clash however, a
Cultural Sophistication in Athens and Sparta
Athens and Sparta represent two very different takes on ancient civilization. While
Athenians focused more on advancing their society through ideas and sciences, Sparta put more
emphasis on t
Prometheus and Pandora (lines 42-105)
The story begins with Prometheus stealing fire from Zeus and giving it to men. When
Zeus realizes this, he decided to punish man by giving them evil things, such as women. He has
Hephaestus craft a w
Final reviewSolon was archon in Athens- 594
Debt slavery abolished, wealth based class system, citizenship and the
assembly (ekklesia), laws posted in market (agora), established jury courts
Cleisthenes founds Athenian democracy- 508
Tyrants Pisistratus a
Classical Civilization 101
Assignment 3- First Short Essay- 4 pages
Film Review of Troy (2004; Brad Pitt, Eric Bana, Orlando Bloom)
Due Monday September 28, 2015 at 10:00AM
For your Monday assignment, read your peer-reviewers comments and revise your pape
When I first think of having soylent shakes for meals, I think of something similar
to a protein shake. It would be something that I would drink for perhaps a few weeks,
before I start craving other foods. After reading through Widdicombes article The End
Kelsey Art Museum:
The artwork I chose to analyze actually consists of two objects. They are the two
Ushabtis of Pinudjem II, High Priest of Amun. They are very intriguing, blue objects, and
about as tall as the length of a hand. I found them very
Akhilleus as the Hero
Iliad is a Greek epic detailing the events that occur ten years into the Trojan
War. It touches on the problems of excessive pride, which affect the two leaders of the Greek
camp, Akhilleus and Agamemnon. Throughout t
Mycenaean society collapsed after 1200 B.C.E. due to a number of reasons. The Trojan
War played a big factor in weakening the kingdom, and they were eventually taken over by a
group of attackers known as the Sea Peoples. The book The Greeks
Antigones final speech begins with her calling the burial tomb her bridal bed. She talks
about how she will soon be able to be with her own family once again when she goes to the
underworld. She names her brother Polyneices, the brother
Thucydides & Social
Plague at Athens!
& Stasis at Corcyra!
Phases of the War!
Archidamian War: 431-421 BC!
!- Spartan King Archidamus invasion of Attica: 431 BC!
!- Plague & Death of Pericles: 430/29 BC!
!- Revolt of Mytilene & civil war at C
The Space of Classical Athens!
The Acropolis and Athenian
From the Delian League to the Athenian Empire!
477 BC: Delian League against the Persians under the leadership
Gradual conversion of tribute payments from ships to money
God of wine, of emotional
freedom and ecstasy, of theater!
Symbols: grape vine, kantharos
(cup for wine), ivy, leopard skin,
bulls, lions, and panthers!
Dionysus riding a panther
(Pella, House of Dionysus,
Sparta (or Lacaedemon)!
Sparta between the 8th and 6th century BC!
Common problem: need of land !
Sparta: no colonization (only Tarentum, Southern Italy), but
conquest of land in the Peloponnesus!
Conquest of Laconia (8th cent. BC)!
Conquest of Messen
Aeschylus (c. 524456 BC)!
First of the three great
tragedians (the others are:
Sophocles & Euripides)!
He fights at Marathon (490
BC) and at Salamis (480 BC)!
Aeschylus Persians (472 BC):
an exceptional tragedy!
The Greeks and the Other!
VERY abridged synopsis -!
for the entire story, see Pomeroy et al., 136-151!
cfw_if you have the second edition, read pp. 141-153!
First Persian War (490 BC)!
Ionian Revolt (499-494 BC) !
Athens After the Persian Wars!
The Athenian Empire:!
Sowing seeds for a new war!
Themistocles & Aristides Ostracism!
Silver from mines of Laurium in Attica: !
Aristides the Just: to share it among
Themistocles: to use it to build a fleet!