Ancient Greece

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Ancient Greece : 

Ancient Greece 500-323 B.C.E.

Geography : 

Geography Greece is a peninsula about the size of Louisiana in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s very close to Egypt, the Persian empire (includes Turkey) and Rome.

Greek geography : 

Greek geography Greece is mountainous Greek communities often times developed independently because of the mountains, thus they were diverse As a result, they fought each other a lot.

Technology results from necessity : 

Technology results from necessity Since Greek coastal cities were sandwiched between the ocean and the sea, they developed an awesome navy for trading and fighting.

Technology results from scarcity : 

Technology results from scarcity All cities need fresh water. This is a Greek aqueduct, basically a brick water pipe. The first aqueduct was Assyrian, but most ancient societies had them.

Terracing saves water and soil in mountainous environments : 

Terracing saves water and soil in mountainous environments

Greek Inventions : 

Greek Inventions The Greeks invented dice.

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The Greeks were the original Olympiads. Their scientists studied the best way to perform sports

Greek Invention : 

Greek Invention The Greeks invented the crane.

Greek Architecture : 

Greek Architecture Greeks invented arches and columns. This obviously took advanced mathematics.

More Greek Architecture : 

More Greek Architecture

Greek Military : 

Greek Military This is a catapult, a Greek invention. It could throw 300 pound stones at walls and buildings

Greek Military : 

Greek Military This is a hoplite, a Greek infantry soldier. Hoplites were middle-class freemen who had to pay for their own weapon and shield.

Greek Military : 

Greek Military This is a phalanx. Soldiers get in a tight box. They each have a large shield and a 9 foot long spear.

Flamethrower!!!!! : 

Flamethrower!!!!!

Greek religion was polytheistic. : 

Greek religion was polytheistic.

Political: Athens was the first democracy. : 

Political: Athens was the first democracy. Democracy: type of government where people vote. Well, actually, Athens was a direct democracy where people vote on everything. The U.S. today is a representative democracy, where we vote for people to make decisions for us.

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Direct participation was the key to Athenian democracy. In the Assembly, every male citizen was not only entitled to attend as often as he pleased but also had the right to debate, offer amendments, and vote on proposals. Every man had a say in whether to declare war or stay in peace. Basically any thing that required a government decision, all male citizens were allowed to participate in.

Remember! If you think the U.S. is so much better. . . : 

Remember! If you think the U.S. is so much better. . . Some southern states did not let African Americans vote until the 1960s (Voting Rights Act 1965) Women could not vote in the U.S. until 1920 (19th Amendment) Eighteen year olds could not vote until the late 1970s.

Political terms : 

Political terms All of Greece wasn’t a democracy. Most of Greece was a monarchy a type of government ruled by a king or queen. At right is Pericles, a good king of Athens.

Sparta : 

Sparta Sparta was an isolated city-state that was culturally and politically different from Athens. Sparta was an oligarchy, government ruled by a few. They had 2 kings. During the Peloponnesian Sparta sacked Athens.

Sparta : 

Sparta Spartan society was obsessed with war. Boys were sent to military school at a young age. Boys who are born deformed are left to die on mountainsides

Athens : 

Athens Athenians were tough but were encouraged to engage in activities like art, philosophy, music.

Alexander the Great : 

Alexander the Great Alexander was not from Athens, but Macedonia. Alexander was a brilliant military strategist. His favorite book was Homer’s Iliad

Alexander conquered the Persian empire and controlled the largest empire the world has ever seen. : 

Alexander conquered the Persian empire and controlled the largest empire the world has ever seen.

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What happens when cultures collide?

Alexander spread Hellenistic culture throughout Asia. : 

Alexander spread Hellenistic culture throughout Asia. Hellenistic is a fancy word for Greek. Alexander spread Greek technology and ideas throughout his empire

The Roman Coliseum has a strong Hellenistic influence. : 

The Roman Coliseum has a strong Hellenistic influence.

What buildings in the USA have a Hellenistic influence? : 

What buildings in the USA have a Hellenistic influence?

Lincoln Memorial : 

Lincoln Memorial

Any questions before the quiz? : 

Any questions before the quiz?

Greece Quiz : 

Greece Quiz 1.What is Greece’s political contribution to the political world (especially the United States)? 2. How did geography influence Greece’s economy and military technology? 3. How did Hellenistic ideas spread throughout Asia? 4. Describe an example of how necessity brings about technological change. 5. Define monarchy 6. Define oligarchy

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