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Introduction to Ancient History 1: An incredibly brief outline history of classical antiquity
Dating Conventions BC/ADBefore Christ Anno Domini BCE/CEBefore Common Era Common Era BPBefore Present (1950) AthensDating by Eponymous Archon RomeDating by Consuls Dating by Emperor s reign
Basic Periods I: Greece Bronze Age Minoans C23-15 BCE Mycenaeans C16-12 BCE Dark Ages C11-9 BCE Early Iron Age C9-7 BCE Classical Greece C7-4 BCE Hellenistic Period C4-1 BCE
Basic Periods II: Rome The Kings C8-6 BCE Early Republic C6-4 BCE Middle Republic C4-2 BCE Late Republic C2-1 BCE Principate C1-5 CE Late Antiquity C3-6 CE Byzantium C4-15 CE
Key Individuals I: Politics Solon (early C6) Cleisthenes (Kleisthenes) (late C6) Pericles (Perikles) (C5) Demosthenes (C4) Philip II (C4) Alexander (C4) Ptolemy, Seleucus, Antigonus (C3)
Key Individuals II: Culture Homer (C8?) Hesiod (C7) Herodotus, Thucydides (C5) Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides (C5-4) Socrates (C5-4), Plato, Aristotle (C4) Lysias, Demosthenes (C4) Pheidias (C5)
Key Individuals III: Politics Tarquinius Superbus, Brutus (C6) Hannibal (C3) Gaius & Tiberius Gracchus (C2) Cicero, Pompey, Caesar (C1) Augustus (ruled 27 BCE – 14 CE) Nero (C1), Hadrian, Commodus (C2) Diocletian (C3), Constantine (C4)
Key Individuals IV: Culture Polybius (C2), Livy (Augustan) Cicero (C1) Cato (C2), Varro (C1), Vitruvius (C1) Virgil, Horace, Ovid (Augustan) Tacitus (late C1), Suetonius (early C2) Elder Pliny, Younger Pliny (C1 CE)
By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H.S. Chappaqua, NY
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