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Connections: A World History                                    Second Edition                                            ...
Greek Athletes
The Greco-Macedonian World
Greek Civilization and Its Expansion     into Asia, 2000–30 B.C.E.A.   Early GreeceB.   Archaic Greece, 750–500 B.C.E.C.  ...
Early Greece
Early GreeceA. Geography
FOUNDATION MAP 7.1 Greece and Western             Anatolia
Early GreeceB. Mycenae and Crete  1. Minoan civilization  2. Mycenaean civilization  3. Homer
Gold mask of Agamemnon.
Early GreeceC. The Polis  1. The Dark Ages  2. The government of Greek city-states
Archaic Greece750–500 B.C.E.
Archaic Greece            750–500 B.C.E.A. Greek Colonization and the Spread of Greek   Culture  1. Causes and consequence...
MAP 7.2 The Greek Colonies, 750–550 B.C.E.
Archaic Greece             750–500 B.C.E.B. Rivalry Between Sparta and Athens  1. Spartan military oligarchy  2. Athenian ...
Spartan warrior.
Classical Greece500–338 B.C.E.
Classical Greece           500–338 B.C.E.A. The Persian WarsB. Athenian Dominance and the Spartan   Response  1. The Age o...
MAP 7.3 The Delian and Peloponnesian Leagues,                  431 B.C.E.
Pericles.
Classical Greece           500–338 B.C.E.C. The Peloponnesian War  1. Weakening of Greece  2. Conquest by Philip of Macedon
The Arts and Philosophy in     Classical Greece
The Arts and Philosophy in        Classical GreeceA. Architecture, Sculpture, and Pottery  1. Artistic styles and techniques
The Parthenon.
Galloping horses pull achariot across the face of a ceramic Greek vase.
The Arts and Philosophy in        Classical GreeceB. Greek Drama  1.   Aeschylus  2.   Sophocles  3.   Euripides  4.   Ari...
The Arts and Philosophy in        Classical GreeceC. Philosophy  1. Socrates  2. Plato  3. Aristotle
Classical Greek Society     and Religion
Classical Greek Society           and ReligionA. Free Labor and Slavery  1. Greek agriculture  2. Greek slaveryB. The Stat...
Greek women.
Classical Greek Society           and ReligionC. Greek Religion  1. The Greek gods  2. Festivals and religious practice
Asklepios, the Greek  god of medicine.
The Empire ofAlexander the Great
The Empire of        Alexander the GreatA. Alexander’s Conquests  1. Subjugation of Greece and Persia
Alexander the Great.
The Empire of          Alexander the GreatB. The Fate and Impact of Alexander’s Empire  1.   Efforts to rule Persia  2.   ...
MAP 7.4 The Empire of Alexander the Great, 336–                  323 B.C.E.
Connections and Conflicts in the Hellenistic World
Connections and Conflicts     in the Hellenistic WorldA. Commercial and Cultural Connections  1. Trade  2. Cultural and in...
MAP 7.5 The Hellenistic Kingdoms, 323–146 B.C.E.
Connections and Conflicts     in the Hellenistic WorldA. Commercial and Cultural Connections  3. Hellenistic science  4. M...
Mithras slaying the sacred bull.
Connections and Conflicts     in the Hellenistic WorldB. Politics and Governance  1. Monarchy  2. Decline
Key Dates and Developments
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  • Greek Athletes
  • The Greco-Macedonian World
  • Early Greece
  • FOUNDATION MAP 7.1 Greece and Western Anatolia
  • Gold mask of Agamemnon.
  • Archaic Greece, 750–500 B.C.E.
  • MAP 7.2 The Greek Colonies, 750–550 B.C.E.
  • Spartan warrior.
  • Classical Greece, 500–338 B.C.E.
  • MAP 7.3 The Delian and Peloponnesian Leagues, 431 B.C.E.
  • Pericles.
  • The Arts and Philosophy in Classical Greece
  • The Parthenon.
  • Galloping horses pull a chariot across the face of a ceramic Greek vase.
  • Classical Greek Society and Religion
  • Greek women.
  • Asklepios, the Greek god of medicine.
  • The Empire of Alexander the Great
  • Alexander the Great.
  • MAP 7.4 The Empire of Alexander the Great, 336–323 B.C.E.
  • Connections and Conflicts in the Hellenistic World
  • MAP 7.5 The Hellenistic Kingdoms, 323–146 B.C.E.
  • Mithras slaying the sacred bull.
  • Key Dates and Developments
  • Transcript of "Judge ch07 lecture"

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter 7 Greek Civilization and Its Expansion into Asia 2000–30 B.C.E. Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon
    2. 2. Greek Athletes
    3. 3. The Greco-Macedonian World
    4. 4. Greek Civilization and Its Expansion into Asia, 2000–30 B.C.E.A. Early GreeceB. Archaic Greece, 750–500 B.C.E.C. Classical Greece, 500–338 B.C.E.D. The Arts and Philosophy in Classical GreeceE. Classical Greek Society and ReligionF. The Empire of Alexander the GreatG. Connections and Conflicts in the Hellenistic World
    5. 5. Early Greece
    6. 6. Early GreeceA. Geography
    7. 7. FOUNDATION MAP 7.1 Greece and Western Anatolia
    8. 8. Early GreeceB. Mycenae and Crete 1. Minoan civilization 2. Mycenaean civilization 3. Homer
    9. 9. Gold mask of Agamemnon.
    10. 10. Early GreeceC. The Polis 1. The Dark Ages 2. The government of Greek city-states
    11. 11. Archaic Greece750–500 B.C.E.
    12. 12. Archaic Greece 750–500 B.C.E.A. Greek Colonization and the Spread of Greek Culture 1. Causes and consequences of colonization
    13. 13. MAP 7.2 The Greek Colonies, 750–550 B.C.E.
    14. 14. Archaic Greece 750–500 B.C.E.B. Rivalry Between Sparta and Athens 1. Spartan military oligarchy 2. Athenian democracy
    15. 15. Spartan warrior.
    16. 16. Classical Greece500–338 B.C.E.
    17. 17. Classical Greece 500–338 B.C.E.A. The Persian WarsB. Athenian Dominance and the Spartan Response 1. The Age of Pericles
    18. 18. MAP 7.3 The Delian and Peloponnesian Leagues, 431 B.C.E.
    19. 19. Pericles.
    20. 20. Classical Greece 500–338 B.C.E.C. The Peloponnesian War 1. Weakening of Greece 2. Conquest by Philip of Macedon
    21. 21. The Arts and Philosophy in Classical Greece
    22. 22. The Arts and Philosophy in Classical GreeceA. Architecture, Sculpture, and Pottery 1. Artistic styles and techniques
    23. 23. The Parthenon.
    24. 24. Galloping horses pull achariot across the face of a ceramic Greek vase.
    25. 25. The Arts and Philosophy in Classical GreeceB. Greek Drama 1. Aeschylus 2. Sophocles 3. Euripides 4. Aristophanes
    26. 26. The Arts and Philosophy in Classical GreeceC. Philosophy 1. Socrates 2. Plato 3. Aristotle
    27. 27. Classical Greek Society and Religion
    28. 28. Classical Greek Society and ReligionA. Free Labor and Slavery 1. Greek agriculture 2. Greek slaveryB. The Status of Women 1. Spartan women 2. Athenian women
    29. 29. Greek women.
    30. 30. Classical Greek Society and ReligionC. Greek Religion 1. The Greek gods 2. Festivals and religious practice
    31. 31. Asklepios, the Greek god of medicine.
    32. 32. The Empire ofAlexander the Great
    33. 33. The Empire of Alexander the GreatA. Alexander’s Conquests 1. Subjugation of Greece and Persia
    34. 34. Alexander the Great.
    35. 35. The Empire of Alexander the GreatB. The Fate and Impact of Alexander’s Empire 1. Efforts to rule Persia 2. Fusion of Greek and Persian culture 3. Dissolution of Alexander’s empire 4. Legacy
    36. 36. MAP 7.4 The Empire of Alexander the Great, 336– 323 B.C.E.
    37. 37. Connections and Conflicts in the Hellenistic World
    38. 38. Connections and Conflicts in the Hellenistic WorldA. Commercial and Cultural Connections 1. Trade 2. Cultural and intellectual exchange
    39. 39. MAP 7.5 The Hellenistic Kingdoms, 323–146 B.C.E.
    40. 40. Connections and Conflicts in the Hellenistic WorldA. Commercial and Cultural Connections 3. Hellenistic science 4. Mystery religions
    41. 41. Mithras slaying the sacred bull.
    42. 42. Connections and Conflicts in the Hellenistic WorldB. Politics and Governance 1. Monarchy 2. Decline
    43. 43. Key Dates and Developments
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