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Hellenistic Greece Jeopardy Persian WarsPersian Wars Round II Muppet Hand War Philip IIAlexander 10 20 30 40 50
Cultural misinterpretation of an alliance between Persia and Athens. Persian Wars for 10
Couldn’t help Athens because of A religious commitment Persian Wars for 20
How Phidippides showed Arete Persian Wars for 30
King Darius I Persian Wars for 40
How the Athenians defeated the larger Persian Army Persian Wars for 50
Xerxes Persian Wars Round II for 10
How the Greeks held off the Persians at Thermopylae for 2 days Persian Wars Round II for 20
It is the weakness Themistocles realized about the large Persian Army. Persian Wars Round II for 30
What the Persians found in Athens Persian Wars Round II for 40
Tactic used at Salamis to defeat the Persian Fleet. Persian Wars Round II for 50
The war between a city and a country caused the Peloponnesian War. Name them. Muppet Hand War for 10
The first turning point in the war. Muppet Hand War for 20
Alcibiades Muppet Hand War for 30
How the Spartans won the war, but lost the peace. Muppet Hand War for 40
How the Spartans were marginalized. Muppet Hand War for 50
How Philip took advantage of Macedonian law to become king. Philip II for 10
The reason why Macedonians were not Considered Greek Philip II for 20
How Philip solved the Greek Prejudice against Macedonians Philip II for 30
How Philip united the Greeks Philip II for 40
This stopped Philip’s plan Philip II for 50
It is why Alexander’s troops would die for him Alexander for 10
The reason why Alexander took A Bactrian wife Alexander for 20
The irony in Alexander’s death Alexander for 30
The problems with the 3 options of Macedonian succession for the Diadochi Alexander for 40
The 3 Generals left and the affect of Hellenism Alexander for 50
Chapter 5 section 5 Greek colonies in __________attacked by Persian Empire approx. _______ B.C. Asia Minor 546 Athens came to help ________ fight. This.
A Short History of Greek Warfare. Round 1: Greeks vs. Persians 500 BC – Persians ran most of the known World Culture Clash!?!? Cyrus the Great (540 BC)
Greek Military Conflict (Persian Wars, Peloponnesian War and Expansion of Alexander the Great)
Chapter 4-3 Notes: Persia attacks Greece I. The Persian empire- originated from warriors from Persia- southwest Iran. The empire covered Mesopotamia, Asia.
Victory & Defeat in the Greek World Page 110. “Earth and Water” In 492 B.C. King Darius I of Persia demanded “earth and water” from the Greek city-states.
Aim: How can we sequence (put in order) the events of the Persian Wars in Greece? Do Now: Read Setting the Scene on page 110 and answer the following questions.
Persian and Peloponnesian Wars. Persian War BCE ● Causes o Persia takes over Ionia o Athens aids Ionia: angers Persians o Persia (under Darius)
Conflicts of Ancient Greece Persian Wars: Empire of Persia against the Greeks ○ Marathon ○ Thermopylae Peloponnesian War Series of Wars within the.
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.
BELLWORK 1.What was the outcome of the Persian Wars? 2.Although the Greeks lost the Persian Wars, it was considered a success for civilization/culture.
3.10 The Road to Persia. The Rule of Sparta After the Peloponnesian War, Sparta tried to dominate the other Greek city-states like Athens did In reaction.
7 th Grade World History. Cavalry – a unit of soldiers who ride horses. The Persian empire was known for their use of cavalry, helping to make them.
The Persian Wars Greece’s Finest Hours. Where is Persia?
Battle of Salamis Bay. Review Xerxes defeated the Spartans at Thermopylae. He marched his troops and sent his fleet to Athens. He ransacked and burned.
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Persia and Greece: Interactions and Growth. Revolt and War 546 BCE – Cyrus/Persia control Greek centers in Asia 546 BCE – Cyrus/Persia control Greek centers.
11/13 Focus – The city-states of Greece united against the Persians during the Persian Wars – The Greek victory in the war and the leadership of Pericles.
GREEK WARS. PERSIAN WAR BC PELOPONNESIAN WAR BC.
Greek History Review Coach Crews World History. Alexander the Great 1.Where is Macedonia located in relation to Greece? 2.What three things did Phillip.
The Greeks. Persians had always tried to over take the Greek city- states. 546 BC, Cyrus took over the Ionians (colonies along Asia minor coast) Ionians.
Macedonian Conquest Alexander the Great and Hellenistic Age.
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.
TEST IS STILL ON FOR WENESDAY 12/11/13. USE THESE PARAGRAPHS TO CHECK YOUR REVIEW PARAGRAPHS THAT WERE DUE TODAY. HAVE A HAPPY SNOW DAY!!!
Victory and Defeat in the Greek World. Objectives To discuss the results of the Persian and Peloponnesian wars Discuss why Athens enjoyed a golden.
Persian War BC. Battle of Marathon (490): Between Greece & Persian Empire, ~Persia had control of lands & Greek civilians revolted ~ Athens sent.
THE PERSIAN WARS. Background 500’s B.C., Persia expands its borders Desire for more land. Conquers Anatolia (Turkey) and lands around the Aegean Sea.
Ancient Greece: Day 2 Persian War, Peloponnesian War, and Alexander.
Victory & Defeat in the Greek World Ch. 5, Section 3.
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.
The Persian Wars! Greece vs. Persia. A fight to the finish. All notes that have to be written are in RED...
Greece and Persia Persia’s Background Started off as a group of unorganized, nomadic people. Grew into a large empire thanks to Cyrus the Great. –Cyrus.
ALEXANDER THE GREAT. I. Macedonia A. Philip of Macedon 1. Macedonians lived in northern Greece a. Had remained a Monarchy as no political revolution (democracy)
The Greeks at War! Between 500 and 400 B.C. the Greeks fought several wars. Two were against the powerful Persian Empire to the east of Greece. Then a.
Chapter 9 Study Guide 6 th Grade The Greek World.
– Ionian Revolt 498 BC – A revolt broke out on the Ionian Peninsula when Darius I started consolidating Persia's western conquests near the Aegean sea.
The War with Persia As the Athenians expanded, they came into conflict with the Persian Empire. –In 499BC, the Athenians helped cities under Persian control.
Bellringer Move into groups Have out on your desk ONLY your Athens v. Sparta Bellringer, your homework, and a pen or pencil. Complete the Athens vs. Sparta.
Alexander’s Empire and Hellenistic Culture Global I * HSLPS * Mr. McEntarfer.
Early Greece. Minoans Minoans ( BC) –Island of Crete: Knossos –Sir Arthur Evans ( ) ~ Excavations Knossos 706,000 sq feet 5,000 inhabitants.
Fighting the Persian Wars History Alive Chapter 28.
Homework G-4 will be collected tomorrow. Next current events article due Monday, December 14.
THE PERSIAN WARS. PERSIAN EMPIRE & IONIAN REVOLT Largest empire of that time How did they keep order? – Divided into 20 different provinces – Tax collection.
Alexander the Great’s Empire Mr. Lawrence. Alexander the Man Alexander was the Son of Macedonian King Philip II, becomes king after his assassination,
PERSIA ATTACKS THE GREEKS CHAPTER 4 SECTION 3. MAIN IDEAS THE PERSIAN EMPIRE: THE PERSIAN EMPIRE UNITED A WIDE AREA UNDER A SINGLE GOVERNMENT. THE PERSIAN.
Victory and Defeat in the Greek World Chapter 5 Section 3.
The Persian Wars The Classical Period. Expansion of the Persian Empire This is a picture of the Persian capital, Persepolis.
Explain what forces united the Greek city-states Identify : the impact of the Persian Wars on Greece Battle of Marathon Battle of Thermopylae Battle of.
Alexander’s Empire Chapter Phillip II of Macedonia Macedonia was a country north of Greece.
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