2 Alexander the Great Review Have a seat and take out your composition bookRaise your hand to answerTiger ticket for completely correct answers-Must read then answer question correctly-You may not use the book or notes
3 What was Philip II’s goal before he died? Who was Philip II?What was Philip II’s goal before he died?
7 What are two reasons the Macedonian army was so successful?
8 From east to west, Alexander’s empire stretched from ______ to ______.
9 Alexander was a huge patron of ______ culture. What is the term used for a “greek-like” culture?Be sure to associate this term with Macedonia and Alexander the Great
10 What did Alexander name his Hellenistic Kingdoms? What blend of cultures were in his kingdoms?Alexander also thought education was very important. He created libraries, in fact the largest library in the ancient world.
11 Greek Achievements Page 277-282 Take out your composition bookNotes/DiscussionWrite only the underlined material
12 The ArtsThe arts consists of sculpture, paintings, architecture, and writingsThe Greeks were master artists and their work has been admired for centuries.Perfection: Living up to the Classical Age, Greek artists made their statues perfect to show how beautiful people could be.
13 Sculpture and Paintings Perfection, Realism, Naturalistic Detail
15 Architecture Tall Columns and Temples Designed to look stately and inspiring Doric ColumnIonic ColumnCorinthian Column
16 Architecture Tall Columns and Temples Designed to look stately and inspiring The Parthenon is the most impressive of all ancient Greek buildings. It is located on the Athenian acropolis. The Parthenon is dedicated to Athena.
17 The Parthenon in Nashville The White House with Greek (Ionic) Columns
18 Greek Writings Plays, Genres, Entertainment Greek writings were religious (about the gods), and/or secular (about heroes).Greeks turned a lot of their writings/stories into plays.Greeks used many genres in their writings: drama, comedies, tragedies, histories (1st)Herodotus (Father of History)Thucydides (Peloponnesian War)
19 Greek Philosophy Reason not Religion Before the gods/goddesses explained mysteries of the world, but philosophers began to find other explanations.They believed the power of the human mind to think, explain, and understand life.Their main focus was knowledge, wisdom, and truth!
20 Contribution to the world Greek ThinkersNameLifeSocratesPlatoAristotleEuclidHippocratesPhilosophy/Teachings/Contribution to the world
21 Greek Thinkers Name Life Socrates Plato Aristotle Euclid Hippocrates AthensBCArrested, Trialed and Sentenced to death. He was forced to drank poison and died.PlatoBCStudent of Socrates became a teacher and created a founded a school (The Academy).AristotleStudent of Plato and tutor of Alexander the GreatEuclidStudy of GeometrySpent life studying MathematicsHippocratesGreek doctor known as the Father of MedicineStudied diseases and treatmentsPhilosophy/Teachings/Contribution to the worldSocratic MethodConversational Learning and QuestioningIdeal Society based on justice and fairness, ran by philosophersWrote The Republic which is considered the first book on political scienceFounded The AcademyWrote on a variety of topicsPeople should live life of moderation and balance (be reasonable)Major Topics: Making inferences and the field of logicStudied lines, angles and shapesCreated Geometry rulesHippocratic Oath which explains how doctors should behave.