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1 Warm Up Name one thing in society that came from Ancient Greece.

2 Ancient Greece 1750 B.C. – 133 B.C.

3 Early People of the Aegean Section 1

4 Minoans Located in the middle of the Aegean Sea, the isle of Crete was home to a brilliant civilization The people who lived their were called Minoans

5 Minoans Trade and Prosper Success was based on trade, not conquest. Through contact with Egypt and Mesopotamia, they acquired ideas and technology in fields such as writing and architecture.

6 Knossos The rulers of the Minoans lived in a vast palace at Knossos The Knossos included religious shrines, area dedicated to the honor of gods and goddesses.

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8 Art at Knossos Walls covered in Frescoes= watercolor paintings done on wet plaster Learn a lot about Minoan society through fresco paintings –Dolphins –Gods (Bull) –Women had more rights

9 Video Uz2HUQhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_CNH Uz2HUQ 4.56

10 Minoan Civilization Disappears Minoan civilization eventually vanished –Volcanic eruption? –Earthquake? –Invaders? The Mycenaeans, the first Greek speaking people of whom we have a written record.

11 Trade and War in Mycenae Mycenaeans were sea traders who reached out to Sicily, Italy, Egypt, and Mesopotamia. Mycenaeans learned many skills from the Minoans, including the art of writing Lived in separate city-states on the mainland

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13 The Trojan WarTrojan War Mycenae and Troy had an economic rivalry. The Trojan Prince named Paris kidnapped Helen, the wife of a Greek King, and the Mycenaeans sailed to Troy to rescue her. War finally ended after 10 years when the Greeks finally seized Troy and burned the city to the ground. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpLtXIlkyYA

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15 Homer and the Great Legends of Greece After the victory of Troy the Mycenae's themselves were attacked and conquered by the Durians. Much of what we know about the Trojan War and life during this period comes from two great epic poems the Iliad and the Odyssey. Both poems were written by Homer, a blind poet who went from village to village.

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17 Iliad and Odyssey The Iliad is the chief source about the Trojan War. The Odyssey tells of the many struggles of the Greek hero Odysseus on the return home to his wife after the fall of Troy.

18 The Illiad: Trojan Horse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbiR6I Mf5KQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbiR6I Mf5KQ Odysseus’ Idea! “Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts!”

19 Activity Complete packet on Minoa and Mycenea. Due at end of class BINDERS!

20 Warm Up What are frescoes?

21 The Rise of Greek City-States Section 2

22 Geography Shapes GreeceGreece Greece is apart of the Balkan Peninsula Hundreds of rocky islands Each city-state included a city and its surrounding countryside

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24 Life by the Sea With hundreds of bays, the Greek coastline offered safe harbors for ships. Greeks were skilled sailors and traded throughout the region.

25 Governing the City-States The Greeks learned about how best to govern each individual Greek polis, or city-state. The city was built on two levels. –TOP: Acropolis: High City with a great marble temple dedicated to the different gods and goddesses. –Bottom: Walled main city with its marketplace, theater, public buildings, and homes.

26 Where is the Acropolis? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xP- FsX0QW88https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xP- FsX0QW88

27 Governing the City-States Citizens= Free residents Male citizens spent much of their time outdoors in the marketplace, debating issues that affected their lives Held festivals honoring the special gods and goddesses. Male landowner held all the political power (unequal rights)

28 Types of Government Evolve Monarchy= a government in which a hereditary ruler exercises central power. Aristocracy= rule by a hereditary landholding elite Oligarchy= Power is in the hands of a small, wealthy elite.

29 New warfare Methods Shape Greece The Phalanx= a massive tactical formation of heavily armed foot soldiers. –The cities defense was now in the hands of ordinary citizens This new technology led the two most influential cities, Athens and Sparta, to develop very different ways of life –Sparta- military virtues and discipline –Athens- individual and extended political rights

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31 The Spartans

32 Video _shkohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUznVI _shko Zu6R8http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdNn5T Zu6R8

33 Athens

34 Activity Complete WS. Due at end of class. Put in binders!

35 Warm Up Describe Sparta. Describe Athens.

36 Conflict in the Greek World Section 3

37 The Persian Wars The Persians conquered the Greek city- states Ionia and Asia Minor In 499 B.C. the Greeks rebelled against Persian rule and Athens sent ships to help them. However the Persians soon crushed the rebel cities

38 Athenians win at Marathon Darius I was furious at the role Athens played in the uprising. So he sent a huge force across the Aegean Sea to punish Athens for its interference. Athens received little help from neighboring Greek city- states.

39 Athenians win at Marathon Persians used arrows, but the Greeks continued to fight hard. The Persians became overwhelmed and had to retreat to their ships. Athens celebrated but knew they had to prepare for the Persians to come back. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I22xdJ graZwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I22xdJ graZw

40 What does this mean?

41 Greek city-states Unite When Darius of Persia died, his son Xerxes sent a much larger force to conquer Greece. By this time Athens had joined forces with Sparta and other city-states. But the Persian force was just to much. Persians burned Athens.

42 End of the Persian Wars The Greeks now put their faith in the faith of ships they had built. Athenian warships eventually drove into Persian ships and sank their ships. The next year the Greeks defeated the Persians on land in Asia Minor.

43 Delian League Athens emerged as the most powerful city-state in Greece. Athens formed the Delian League alliance. When allies protested and wanted to leave the alliance they used force to make them stay.

44 Direct Democracy Athens leader Pericles allowed for Athens to grow and prosper. Pericles Athens was a Direct Democracy.

45 Direct Democracy A council of 500 conducted daily government business. Pericles believed all citizens should take part in government. Athens began to pay a stipend for men who participated in government.

46 Juries A jury is a panel of citizens who have the authority to make the final judgment in a trial. Athenian juries might have included hundreds or thousands of jurors.

47 Ostracism Citizens could also vote to banish a public figure whom they saw as a threat to their democracy.

48 Peloponnesian War Many Greeks outside Athens resented Athenian domination. Sparta and other enemies of Athens formed the Peloponnesian League against Athens and the Delian League. Sparta and Athens then began to fight for 27 years.

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50 Sparta Defeats Athens Athens defeat marked the end of Athenian domination of the Greek world. A new power arose in Macedonia.

51 Activity Complete WS. Due at end of class. Put in binders!

52 Warm Up What does it mean to “ostracize” an individual?

53 The Glory That Was Greece Section 4

54 Socrates

55 Plato

56 Aristotle

57 Video Summarizing the different philosophies of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle! BGCTvQhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KWNI BGCTvQ

58 Alexander and the Hellenistic Age Section 5

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60 The Empire of Alexander the Great Phillip II conquered Greece –Defeated Athens and Thebes –Wanted to conquer the Persian Empire but died before he could do so. –Phillip was Assassinated.

61 Alexander the Great Alexander was only 20 years old when he took the throne Began organizing the forces needed to conquer Persia which stretched from Egypt to India. Conquered much of the Persian Empire because Persia was weak. Never lost a battle. Extended the Empire as far east as India.

62 Video BGXK8http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hh48W BGXK8

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64 Alexander’s Early Death Alexander dies at the age of 32 when he fell victim to a sudden fever Alexander wanted to leave the empire to “the strongest” –Macedonia and Greece went to one general. –Egypt to another –Most of Persia to a third *For the next 300 years these three powers competed for power over lands Alexander had conquered.

65 The Legacy of Alexander The Spread of Greek culture –Founded many new cities –Built Greek temples –Local people assimilated Greek ideas *The result was a blend of Greek, Egyptian, and Indian influences.

66 Alexandria: The Cultural Capital Located on the sea lanes between Europe and Asia Was the Egyptian cultural capital of the Hellenistic World Home to 1 million people Pharos (an enormous lighthouse) Built a great museum.

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68 Hellenistic Philosophers Stoicism –Urged people to avoid desires and disappointments by accepting calmly whatever life brought

69 Advances in Math and Astronomy Pythagoras- derived a formula to calculate the relationship between the sides of a right triangle Aristarchus- argued that the Earth rotated on its axis and orbited the sun Archimedes- Applied principles of physics to make practical inventions. –mastered the use of a lever and pulley

70 Improving Medical Practice Hippocrates- Set ethical Standards for doctors.

71 Activity Complete WS. Due at end of class. Put in binders!


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