By: Jack Benninghoff<br />Cody S.<br />Joseph Lester<br />Michael Smith<br />Chapter 4, Greece and Iran<br />
I.	Ancient Iran<br />
Geography and Resources<br />Surrounded by Deserts, Mountains, and Persian Gulf<br />Open to attacts by Central Asian Noma...
Effects<br />Sparse Population<br />Mostly in the North and West areas<br />Underground Irrigation<br />Some Dependence on...
Rise of the Persian Empire<br />First Civilization-Medes<br />Helped overthrow Assyrian Empire<br />Achaemenids-Persian Ru...
Map of Persian Expeditions<br />
Imperial Organization<br />Empire divided into 20 provinces, each ruled by a satrap<br />Position of satrap was hereditary...
Kings were also lawgivers, but allowed other customs<br />Managed central administration<br />Performed ceremonies at Pers...
Religion<br />Main Religion-Zoroastrianism<br />Zoroastriansim<br />Founder- Unclear, but hymns are ascribed to Zoroaster<...
Ancient Greece<br />http://youtu.be/hf4IoxEUmHM<br />
Geography <br /><ul><li>Located in parts of the Mediterranean Sea and western Asia.
Mostly full of mountains, low amount of farmland.
Most of Greece is made up of islands.
The climate is a roughly uniform one. The summer is filled with hot and dry air where as the winter is filled with cool ai...
Cattle and horses were abundant in the northern part of Greece. Where sheep and goats were more common in the southern part.
Fine marble and clay were abundant.
Few metal deposits and little timber available.</li></li></ul><li>Trade<br /><ul><li>Because of the few resources availabl...
Their main transportation for trade was the sea and the ocean.
They acquired metals and other raw materials from regions around them.
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  • First, Well talk about Ancient Iran
  • Surrounded by natural barriers including deserts, mountains, and the Persian Gulf. This isolation left Iran open to attacks for Central Asian Nomads. They also had to suffer in a hot, dry climate with limited water and resources.
  • This harsh environment was a lot harder to live in than other places such as Mesopotamia, and because of these things had a much lower population which lived in the North and West areas. Farming was also tougher since in order to keep the water from evaporation, all irrigation channels had to be underground. Finally, there was probably some dependence on the trade of Iran’s rich mineral deposits and timber.
  • If you remember from the last chapter, a people known as the Medes helped the Chaldeans overthrow the Assyrian Empire. This same civilization is the ancestor of the Persian Empire. Persians first started gaining power through the early Persian rulers, known as Achaemenids because of their lineage to Achaemenes, who married Medians to get power. However, it wasn’t untill Cyrus came along and united the Persians against the Medians before they gained complete power.
  • How does Darius rule the largest empire in the world? To start, he split the empire into 20 pieces and placed a governor known as a satrap in charge. Over the satrap court became like a miniature Persian royal court, with the position becoming hereditary. Also, some satraps from outer provinces had much autonomy, meaning they basically ruled without Persian interference. However, no matter how far away each province paid much tribute, which the central government horded so much that it became scarce in some areas. This tribute did pay for well-maintained roads that all converged at Susa, the capital of the Persian empire, and for garrisons that kept the population from revolting.The kings were seen as the masters of the people, and they controlled large amounts of land throughout the empire known as “Kings Land”
  • The kings were also law givers, but in much the same way as Cyrus, allowed other rituals, civilizations, and religions to continue throughout the empire. He managed the central administration of the kingdom at Susa, but he did perform ceremonies at Persepolis, in the Persian homeland.Women also had a much higher standing in the empire than in other civilizations. They could own land, travel freely, and could potentially be politically influential.
  • The main religion of the area was Zoroastrianism. We are not sure who founded Zoroastrianism, but the hymns are credited to Zoroaster. These hymns are called Gathas. Now, believers of Zoroastrianism believe in a dual universe, a physical one, which we live in, and a spiritual one, in which the god of good, Ahuramazda, continueally fights the god of evil, Angra.
  • Here’s a short video which you will like.
  • Greece is located in parts of the Mediterranean Sea and western Asia. It is a mountainous region, with a low amount of farmland compared to most other great civilizations. This is in part because of the fact that Greece is made up of islands. The climate; however, was hot and dry in the summer and the winter was cool because of air brought in from the ocean.
  • Depended on rainfall for cropsCattle and horses-northern Greece, sheep and goats-southernFine marble and clay were abundantFew metal deposits and little timber
  • Relied heavily on tradeMain transport-sea and oceanAcquired metals and other raw materialsSea transport-cheaper and faster than landImports (read off slide)
  • Greece went through several different stages similar to Egypt’s Old, Middle, and New kingdomsRead off slide
  • Focal point of Greek history is the introduction of democracy-rule by people, however, not every government was democratic. Some places were ruled by and aristocracy, some monarchy, others oligarchy, and different combinations of them. Some monarchies were ruled by tyrants.
  • Worshiped gods portrayed in Illiad and OdysseyUsed sacrifices in worshipTemples believed to be residencies of gods
  • Athens and Sparta, the 2 great city states, were very diferent from each other.Read off slide
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    1. 1. By: Jack Benninghoff<br />Cody S.<br />Joseph Lester<br />Michael Smith<br />Chapter 4, Greece and Iran<br />
    2. 2. I. Ancient Iran<br />
    3. 3. Geography and Resources<br />Surrounded by Deserts, Mountains, and Persian Gulf<br />Open to attacts by Central Asian Nomads<br />Hot, Dry Climate<br />Limited Water Reserves<br />Few Natural Resources<br />
    4. 4. Effects<br />Sparse Population<br />Mostly in the North and West areas<br />Underground Irrigation<br />Some Dependence on Trade of Minerals and Timber<br />
    5. 5. Rise of the Persian Empire<br />First Civilization-Medes<br />Helped overthrow Assyrian Empire<br />Achaemenids-Persian Rulers-Joined Median Court through Marriage<br />Cyrus-United Persians + Overthrew Medes<br />First Persian Emperor<br />Cyrus expanded empire across Anatolia and Mesopotamia<br />Respected religions and customs<br />Cambyses, Cyrus’ Son, Conquered Egypt and Nubia<br />Darius I took throne and expanded empire into Indus Valley and Europe<br />
    6. 6. Map of Persian Expeditions<br />
    7. 7. Imperial Organization<br />Empire divided into 20 provinces, each ruled by a satrap<br />Position of satrap was hereditary<br />Some had much autonomy<br />Provinces paid tribute<br />Paid for roads that all converged at the capital, Susa<br />And garrisons at key locations<br />Kings<br />Masters of all subjects and nobles<br />Controlled “Kings Land”<br />
    8. 8. Kings were also lawgivers, but allowed other customs<br />Managed central administration<br />Performed ceremonies at Persopolis, in the Persian homeland<br />Women could own land, travel, and be politically influential.<br />
    9. 9. Religion<br />Main Religion-Zoroastrianism<br />Zoroastriansim<br />Founder- Unclear, but hymns are ascribed to Zoroaster<br />Gathas-hymns of Zoroastrianism<br />Believed in the existence of a dualistic universe <br />God of good, Ahuramazda, fights god of evil, Angra<br />
    10. 10. Ancient Greece<br />http://youtu.be/hf4IoxEUmHM<br />
    11. 11. Geography <br /><ul><li>Located in parts of the Mediterranean Sea and western Asia.
    12. 12. Mostly full of mountains, low amount of farmland.
    13. 13. Most of Greece is made up of islands.
    14. 14. The climate is a roughly uniform one. The summer is filled with hot and dry air where as the winter is filled with cool air brought in from the ocean.</li></li></ul><li>Resources<br /><ul><li>Greece had little access to rivers so they depended heavily on rainfall to water their crops.
    15. 15. Cattle and horses were abundant in the northern part of Greece. Where sheep and goats were more common in the southern part.
    16. 16. Fine marble and clay were abundant.
    17. 17. Few metal deposits and little timber available.</li></li></ul><li>Trade<br /><ul><li>Because of the few resources available to the Greeks, they relied heavily on trade.
    18. 18. Their main transportation for trade was the sea and the ocean.
    19. 19. They acquired metals and other raw materials from regions around them.
    20. 20. Sea transport was much cheaper and faster than ones on land.
    21. 21. Imports:
    22. 22. Anatolia- gold and iron
    23. 23. Northern Aegean- timber
    24. 24. Cyprus- Copper
    25. 25. Western Med.- Tin
    26. 26. Hack Sea, Egypt, and Sicily- Grain</li></li></ul><li>Periods<br /><ul><li>Dark Age- period of isolation from everyone else around the region.
    27. 27. Archaic Period- Phoenician ships began to visit area and soon after, Greek ships set sail for trade opportunities, raw materials, and fertile farmland.
    28. 28. Population Boom- Began to have enough food for everyone and cities started to turn into trading centers.
    29. 29. Expansion- colonies built in foreign lands so Greece expanded farther than its origins.
    30. 30. Was a challenge for Greece but military aspects helped success. </li></li></ul><li>Technology<br /><ul><li>Polis “City-State”- result of population boom, was a city state that had an urban center usually located on a hilltop.
    31. 31. Each one was jealous of neighbor so
    32. 32. Hoplites- infantry men fought in close formation. Was used as a military strategy.
    33. 33. Alphabet- Phoenician writing system
    34. 34. Learned in a short period of time.
    35. 35. Used to form literature, trade, laws, and religious dedication
    36. 36. Coins- allowed for more rapid exchanges</li></li></ul><li>Government<br />Democracy- government ruled by the people<br />Military was huge.<br />More detaile<br />Tyrant- a person who seizes power in violation of political institutions and traditions of the community. <br />
    37. 37. Religion/ gods<br /><ul><li>Worshipped sky gods portrayed in The Iliad and the Odyssey.
    38. 38. Sacrifices
    39. 39. Rituals performed at front of temples where it was believed to be the residency place of the Gods. </li></li></ul><li>Athens and Sparta<br /><ul><li>Athens
    40. 40. Known for intellectual knowledge and philosophies.
    41. 41. Had a strong democracy and government.
    42. 42. Education was very important to the city.
    43. 43. Children were born to get educated and receive an educational background in life.
    44. 44. Sparta
    45. 45. Known for a strong military.
    46. 46. Citizens thought of as being born tough.
    47. 47. Won many conquests and battles because of brilliant military strategies and warriors.
    48. 48. Children were born into military training.</li></li></ul><li>Persian Wars<br /><ul><li>Greece vs. Persia
    49. 49. Started by Persia punishing Greek city states that helped rebels
    50. 50. Xerxes- Persian Ruler
    51. 51. 300 Spartans at Thermopylae defended off army of Persians and bought allies time.
    52. 52. Delian League was formed in order to unite Greek city states and drive the Persians out of Greece for good. </li>
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