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History 104 The Peloponnesian War Pericles and the Plague
Timeline 431-421: 415-404:
The first invasion of Attica - 431 Delays by Archidamus Spartans lay waste to Attica
Response to the invasion Pericles becomes unpopular general evacuation of Attica ordered
The Funeral Oration Athenians who died in battle honored with public burial, oration, special benefits for their children The glorious past and recent history of Athens is remembered
Pericles’ Funeral Oration Both a commemoration and an exhortation Why Athens is great Sparta is the obvious point of comparison
Pericles’ Funeral Oration Athens is as powerful as Sparta, Athens (not Sparta) is the “education of Greece”
The Funeral Oration Thucydides’ version; we don’t know what Pericles really said Athens: an idealized view
Stasis As Greece is polarized between Athens and Sparta, so are its poleis Corcyra, 427
The Plague in Athens 430-429 The disease is unknown High mortality rate from disease
Competition & Conflict in Ancient Greece Persian Wars Peloponnesian Wars.
War Between Athens and Sparta War with Persia over Greeks still do not want to take a chance and form alliances. This was called the Delian League.
Ch 4 sec 4-2. Men Work in morning Exercise and talk politics in afternoon and evening Rich men went to all male gatherings.
Long Walls. Peloponnesian War Stasis at Corcyra 427 Sphakteria 425 Peace of Nikias spring 421 Melos 416 Sicilian expedition –Alcibiades –End of.
The Delian League- alliance of Greek city-states.
11/14 Focus 11/14 Focus – The city-states of Greece united against the Persians during the Persian Wars – The Greek victory in the war and the leadership.
Philosophy 219 Pericles and the Founding Fathers.
Aim: “Conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal: can such a nation long endure?” Aim: Could the Athenian ideal.
431 BC- 404 BC. Causes Many Greek cities resented Athens’ domination of the Delian League Some revolted against Athens Sparta and Athens were long.
WHI: SOL 5d, e Persian and Peloponnesian Wars Golden Age of Pericles.
Chapter 5 Section 3 & 4 Ionia. Goals of Pericles: Strengthen Democracy Hold and Strengthen the Empire Glorify Athens Athenian Political Life Direct democracy.
The Greeks at War! THE Peloponnesian War 431 B.C. – 404 B.C.
The Greeks at War! B.C. the Greeks fought several wars. Against Persian Empire & between poleis.
Victory and Defeat in the Greek World. Key Terms Alliance Direct Democracy Stipend Jury Ostracism.
UNIT 1 – GREECE AND ROME. Classical Greece 2000 B.C.–300 B.C. SECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 Cultures of the Mountains and the Sea Warring.
The Ancient Greeks Part 2. Formation of the Delian League The Greeks decided to form an alliance to help fight off another attack by the Persians Each.
Conflict in the Greek World Chapter 4 Section 3. Lesson Objectives 58.Summarize how the Persian wars affected Greece. 59. Explain how Pericles instituted.
THE GOLDEN AGE OF GREECE AND GREEK THOUGHT. BEFORE THE GOLDEN AGE Greco-Persian War- occurred because of Athens’ support of Ionia.
Chapter 12: Classical Greece Lesson 2 – Peloponnesian War Jedi Journal (Learning Target Notes)
GREEK QUIZ #2 REVIEW. How did the Olympics help make Greece successful? Unity: Brought all the city-states together Truce: No fighting for a few months,
Peloponnesian War. Phase 1 of Peloponnesian War What to do? The two major alliances are at the height of tension. Sparta threatening to attack, Athens.
Chapter 5 Section 3. Direct democracy Classical art Tragedy Comedy Peloponnesian War Philosopher Socrates Plato Aristotle.
Section III: The Golden Age of Athens (Pages ) This section is about: This section is about: How Athens, under Pericles expanded its democratic.
Daily Life in Athens - Outlining Agenda Review yesterday Wars, Wars, Wars Independent Practice Questions?
2/24/11 BR- Chuck was a 58 year old man who died of a heart-attack. When he died, he was overweight. He ate lots of junk food and never exercised. He had.
OPVL Document Analysis Process- Becoming Critical Observers.
Homework G-4 will be collected tomorrow. Next current events article due Monday, December 14.
Sparta and Athens 1. Living in Sparta 2. Persian Invasions 3. Conflicts with Athenian Empire.
1. Golden Age of Greece 2. Peloponnesian War 3. Rise of Alexander.
THE GREEK WARS (499 BC – 404 BC). I. The Persian War (499 BC – 470 BC) A. Battle of Marathon (490 BC) 1. By about 550 BC, Greek city-states were the only.
The Peloponnesian War. Athenian League What generalizations can you make from this map?
Athens SpartaEducationWar Other.
Ancient Greece Chapter 7 Review. Geography Mainland Greece is ________________ It is made of three ________________;two are smaller and joined together.
The Golden Age of Greece. Greek Achievements Literature Aesop’s Fables The Iliad by Homer The Odyssey by Homer.
BK II – The events of Keywords: Synoecism Hoplites.
Greece’s Golden Age Phalanx Military formation used by Greeks Military formation used by Greeks.
The Age of Pericles and The Peloponnesian War. The Age of Pericles A.K.A. Golden Age of Athens (490 to 429 BCE). Made many changes: – All male citizens.
Warm up Please write the following 5 questions and answers on page 26 of your notebook. When you are done flip this paper upside down and read your free.
1. Focusing Question 1. Focusing Question l 2. Meet Athenians l 3. Different Perspectives l 4. Pericles: For the War l 5. Sample Index Card l 6. Notes.
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Bellringer In your own words, define the term alliance. In your own words, define the term alliance.
Chapter 7 Ancient Greece. Define polis, colony, agora and peninsula. Discuss the importance of the city of Crete. Explain how the Early Greeks.
Thucydides, Pericles & Classical Oration. Thucydides 460 B.C B.C. Important military magistrate in the Peloponnesian War Failed to protect Amphipolis,
Western Civ Objective: To gain an understanding of the key differences between the Peloponnesian and Persian Wars, and to identify the causes.
Students will define the vocabulary associated with Chapter 4.3 Wednesday, October 9, 2013.
The Rise of Classical Greece The Rise and Fall of The Empire.
World Civilizations Take out Alexander homework and turn in. Take out notepaper.
The Peloponnesian War Sparta v. Athens 431 BC. Lead-Up to the War Tensions between Sparta and Athens grow –Had been growing for years due to alliances.
Glory, War, and Decline Chapter 9.4. Rule of Pericles Golden Age Following the end of the Persian Wars, Athens rose to power. From 461 B.C. to 429 B.C.
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