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History 104 The Peloponnesian War Athens’ Defeat
The aftermath 413 –
Oligarchy in Athens 411 - Oligarchic coup at Athens –Stasis in Athens - spurred by the controversy over Alcibiades and the mutilation of the Herms –Stasis is aggravated by the defeat
Problems with oligarchy Sept. 411 - The 400 are deposed Sept. 411 - hoplites force the formation of the council of 5000 June 410 - democracy is restored
Athens in decline 407 – Athenian defeat at Notium 406 – Athenian victory at Arginusae
The Defeat of Athens Athens rejects another status quo peace offer 405 – Aegospotami
Anticipation The state trireme reports the defeat Sparta after the battle What will happen to Athens?
The terms of defeat Athens joins the Peloponnesian League What it loses What it doesn’t
Aftermath in Athens 404 - Sparta installs “the Thirty” – Reign of terror
The End of the Thirty Tyrants Theramenes is removed from the Thirty Exile army at Phyle defeats tyrants in Jan. 403 Sparta restores the exiles
The Peloponnesian War Specialization in civic duties Mercenaries Economic disruption Integrity of the polis is weakened
Peloponnesian War. What was it? Name given to the long series of conflicts between Athens and Sparta that lasted from 431 until 404 BC.
1 From which famous historian do we learn about the Peloponnesian wars. Thucydides.
1 1From which ancient Athenian historian do we learn about the Peloponnesian wars. Thucydides. 2 The 5 th Century can be divided into 3 periods for Athens.
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CLAS/HIST3001 The Thirty Tyrants and Spartan Imperialism.
Results of the Persian Wars The Greek sense of uniqueness was increased. Athens emerged as the most powerful city-state in Greece. Athens organized the.
Phase 3 of Peloponnesian War 412BC - 404BC. Review of Phase 2 Who was the Athenian leader that became a traitor to the Athenians? Where were the Athenians.
Times of Conflict. Identify events that caused the Peloponnesian War. Compare and contrast the roles of Athens and Sparta during the Peloponnesian.
The Persian Wars Wars between Greeks and Persians in 5 th century BC Roughly from 492 – 448 BC Two main invasions of Greece by Achaemenid kings of Persia.
Persian and Peloponnesian Wars
The Peloponnesian War BC Athens versus Sparta for supremacy of Greece!!
The Persian Wars and The Peloponnesian Wars
The Peloponnesian Wars Athens vs. Sparta. Why did Athens and Sparta go to war? Athens had the strongest sea force Sparta had the strongest land force.
Civil War and Social Memory Keywords The Thirty, The Ten, Thrasybulus, Phyle, Eleusis, Men of the City, Men of Piraeus, the Amnesty, Lysias 12, Eratosthenes,
Ancient Greece Chapter 7 Review. Geography Mainland Greece is ________________ It is made of three ________________;two are smaller and joined together.
Greece After the Peloponnesian War Interstate relations Why didn’t Athens recover?
World History GREEK CITY-STATES CHAPTER 10 THE CITY-STATES SECTION 1—THE POLIS SECTION 2—SPARTA SECTION 3—ATHENS SECTION 4—DECLINE OF CITY-STATES.
Victory and Defeat in Greece. Persian War Causes Ionians rebel against Persian rule Athens sends ships to help Ionians Persians crush Ionians, want to.
6 th Grade Social Studies GREEK CITY-STATES TERMS TO LEARN POLIS ACROPOLIS AGORA ARISTOCRATS OLIGARCHY CONSTITUTION MERCENARIES.
After defeat of Persians Empire, Greek pride, confidence, and arrogance increased Pericles took control of government (1)Expand democracy(2)Expand Athenian.
Conflict in the Greek World
Chapter 5 Review Ancient Greece.
Chapter 7 Ancient Greece. Define polis, colony, agora and peninsula. Discuss the importance of the city of Crete. Explain how the Early Greeks.
The Persian War – Athens & Sparta vs. Persia
Lesson 9.3 Fact Finder.
Do Now: We are starting your quiz on Greece and Rome right after the bell rings, so please have a spare sheet of paper on your desk. You have 12 minutes!
ANCIENT GREECE Military Matters. TRADITIONAL BATTLE FORMATIONS Group ambush No organized formations Individual combats.
Athens forms an Alliance I. Delian League A. An alliance formed by Athens 2. Formed because of invasions from the Persian Empire 3. Persian invasions threatened.
City-StatesAthensSparta The Persian Wars Decline of the City-States
Warring City States 750 B.C. Why it matters now? Many political systems in today’s world evolved in Greece.
The Rise of Classical Greece The Rise and Fall of The Empire.
Greece’s Golden Age Phalanx Military formation used by Greeks Military formation used by Greeks.
478/477 BC Greeks disaffected with Pausanias and Spartans. Athens and allies form Delian League c. 476 BC Delian League, led by Kimon (son of Miltiades),
Sagraves World History Agenda 12/8/14: Who would make the better ally, Athens or Sparta? Activities Objectives 1. Finish Athens/Sparta Graphic.
The Persian and Peloponnesian Wars
Western Civ Objective: To gain an understanding of the key differences between the Peloponnesian and Persian Wars, and to identify the causes.
Athens and Sparta.
431 BC- 404 BC Peloponnesian War.
5th Century Greece War and Society History 2313.
Greek City-States “ Polis ” : city-state; totally independent of each other, but still Greek culture (ex: Sparta & Athens) Acropolis: “ fortified area.
GREEK WARS. PERSIAN WAR BC PELOPONNESIAN WAR BC.
Section 5: The Expansion of Greece
Government in Ancient Greece. Growth & Polis’ Polis : Greek city-state –Had own government –Every inhabitant was expected to obey laws City was the center.
Persian and Peloponnesian Wars SOL WHI.5d
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The Peloponnesian War. Athenian League What generalizations can you make from this map?
The Greek Phalanx and the Hoplite. Chigi Vase, 650 BCE.
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