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a slide show explaining and reminding my students what they should be studying for their history exam. Slideshow revised to account for some typographical errors.

a slide show explaining and reminding my students what they should be studying for their history exam. Slideshow revised to account for some typographical errors.

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  • 1. Winter Term: Exam Review I 25 February 2010
  • 2. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island
  • 3. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 4. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 5. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 6. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 7. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 8. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 9. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 10. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 11. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 12. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 13. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 14. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 15. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 16. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 17. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 18. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 19. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 20. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 21. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 22. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 23. Part 1: Identify Places Athens — powerful navy Sparta — powerful army Thebes — of 7 gates Delphi - called the “navel of the world” Olympia - in the west Troy - in Turkey Miletus - in Turkey Knossos - on an island Thera - on an island Pella - Capital of Macedon
  • 24. Greek Art: Mycenaean (Greek) style: Proto-geometric c. 1600 BC Pre-Trojan War
  • 25. Greek Art: Dorian Greek Style: Oriental Geometric c. 750 BC
  • 26. Greek Art: Made in Athens Ionian Greek Style: Black Figure Ware c. 600 BC
  • 27. Greek Art: Parthenon in Athens, built 470-420 BC Ionian Greek Dorian Temple
  • 28. Greek Art: Theater of Dionysios in Athens, built c. 460 BC Ionian Greek Theater dedicated as temple
  • 29. Greek Art: Athenian rowers on a trireme, c. 450 BC Ionian Greek rowers were free citizens
  • 30. Greek Art: Olympic runners black figure ware Ionian Greek (Athenian) c. 480 BC Olympic Athletes beaten for starting early
  • 31. Greek Lawgivers Lycurgus of Sparta, c. 750 BC — Military oligarchy Draco of Athens, c. 621 BC — death penalty Solon of Athens, c. 594 BC — no debt slavery, end to tyranny Cleisthenes of Athens, c. 500 BC — Democracy for Athens
  • 32. Greek Science & Philosophy Thales of Miletus, d. 546 BC — Logic and mathematical proofs Pythagoras of Samos, d. c. 570 BC — Mathematics, pythagorean theorem Socrates, d. 399 BC — Live true to yourself, question all Aristotle of Stegeira, d. 322 BC — The scientific method
  • 33. Greek City-states Agora — Greek word for “marketplace” Acropolis — greek for “high city” or defended place where temples & treasury were Athens - Direct Democracy, best navy Sparta - military oligarchy, best army Corinth - mercantile oligarchy, best trade
  • 34. Greek States & leaders* Militides of Athens — Athenian commander at Marathon, 490 BC Leonidas of Sparta, d. 480 BC — died defending Greece at Thermopylae, 480 BC Themistocles of Athens — commander at Salamis, 480 BC Pericles, 495-429 BC — Athenian leader during the golden Age Alexander the Great, 356-322 BC – Conqueror of Persia & known world * revised! Dates for Leonidas and Themistocles now correct
  • 35. Greek Government Monarchy - rule by a king & his family Aristocracy - rule by landed upper class oligarchy - military/mercantile elite rule Tyranny - rule by a military dictator Democracy - rule by the people
  • 36. Greek Government Monarchy - rule by a king & his family Aristocracy - rule by landed upper class oligarchy - military/mercantile elite rule Tyranny - rule by a military dictator Democracy - rule by the people