Third century crisis
Crisis must be religious in nature?
Expense of defending the empire without
adding new territory and new taxes
Stagnant production levels in pre industrial
societies with no potential for peaceful
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Golden Age Part
Greek Golden Age 500-400B.C.
The Greek Golden Age begins with the end of the Persian
Wars and a rising sense of national and civic pride
Athens and Sparta emerge was leaders among the city states
Sparta leads conservative alliance of
The Hidden History of Egypt Video
Great teamwork, their neighbors would help them.
Egyptians preferred feather filled cushions.
They sleep on the roof top, benches, and mats on the floor.
Tomb workers built their own tombs and decorated
Greek Dark Age 1000-750 B.C.
Political systems collapse
Invasion from outside?
Emerging values during the Dark
Age (p. 33)
Individual excellence in open