Ancient Greece 2 session i Golden Age intro

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Ancient Greece 2 session i Golden Age intro

  1. 1. Ancient Greece Part ii session i - Golden Age
  2. 2. Ancient Greece Part ii session i - Golden Age
  3. 3. course outlinei - Golden Ageii - Second Military Revolutioniii - Hellenismiv -Justice & Powerv - Platovi -Aristotlevii -Machiavelliviii -Hobbes
  4. 4. Major Points in last Spring’s last classKagan compared 5th century Greek leagues to the Cold Warwhen Athens crushed Thasos the Delian League was viewed asa tyrannical empirethe struggle for hegemony sowed the seeds of warThucydides explained the outbreak of the Peloponnesian Waras the result of Sparta’s fear of the Athenian empirethe Sicilian expedition was a tremendous blow to AthensAthens managed to stay in the war after 413 because of hernavyshe finally lost because of Persian gold which financed aSpartan navy which could destroy her sea power
  5. 5. Questions to answer in this sessionwhy is the Golden Age often called the Age of Pericles?what are the various forms of art which this age produced?how did Greek playwrights give birth to the tragedy?how did science and philosophy come to replace myth andreligion as the educational foundation for the upper class?what is the Socratic method?what is Plato’s theory of Forms?how did the discipline of history begin?what explains the stature of Thucydides as one of the greatest,perhaps the greatest, historians?
  6. 6. review of last Spring’s sessions
  7. 7. HeinrichSchliemann
  8. 8. the “mask of Agamemnon”
  9. 9. Homer
  10. 10. “Jupiter and Thetis” Jean Dominique Ingres
  11. 11. Odysseus
  12. 12. Troy
  13. 13. Η Δικαιοσὖνη Τό τί;“[the] Justice.“What [is] it?” Plato, Republic
  14. 14. [The Athenian] Acropolis, Leo von Klenze
  15. 15. “FROGS AROUND A POND”-- SOCRATES, IN THE PHAEDO
  16. 16. Victor Davis Hanson (1953-)
  17. 17. hoplite kleros
  18. 18. a master, two slaves and a boy worktogether harvesting olives
  19. 19. transport amphora serving amphora
  20. 20. the Chigi vase, 4th c. BC
  21. 21. ΠΙΘΕΚΥΣΑΙ Pithecusai-the first apoikia
  22. 22. Corinthian trade goods
  23. 23. Black Sea Europe Bosphorus Sea of MarmaraAegean SeaDardanelles Asia
  24. 24. the myth of Gyges
  25. 25. tyranny & public works--”water houses”
  26. 26. aSpartanwarrior
  27. 27. Mount TaygetusSparta
  28. 28. ἢ τὰν ἢ ἐπὶ τᾶς(eh tan eh epi tas)
  29. 29. Athenian education
  30. 30. Young scholar followed by his pedagogue
  31. 31. instruction by a sophist
  32. 32. The Panathenaeum
  33. 33. SOLŌN
  34. 34. The Pottery “factory”
  35. 35. State promotion of the fine arts,here a sculpture of Aphrodite for a temple
  36. 36. mid 6thcenturyfactions
  37. 37. PEISISTRATOS
  38. 38. Harmodius and Aristogeton, the tyrannicides, kill Hipparchos in 514 BC but fail to kill his brother, the tyrant Hippias
  39. 39. Cleisthenes
  40. 40. Aristotle’s Athenian constitution
  41. 41. Ostrakon
  42. 42. The Alcmaeonidai
  43. 43. War is the father of all--Heraclitus
  44. 44. THE GREATEST EMPIRE THE WORLDHAD EVER SEEN UP TO THAT TIME
  45. 45. Μιλτιάδης ὁ ΝεώτεροςMiltiades the Younger c. 550 BCE – 489 BCE
  46. 46. the Persian“Immortals” at the Louvre
  47. 47. Miltiades’ helmet as a votive offering
  48. 48. Xerxes’ bridge across the Hellespont
  49. 49. Thermopylae
  50. 50. theisland ofThasos
  51. 51. the Long Walls
  52. 52. ancientCorcyra
  53. 53. Pericles’ funeral oration
  54. 54. Sparta’shumiliation atSphacteria
  55. 55. Alcibiadesc. 450-404
  56. 56. his rakish youth
  57. 57. Alcibiades’victory at Cyzicus, 410
  58. 58. Finale
  59. 59. preview of today’s session
  60. 60. artist’s version of the Parthenon as originally decorated
  61. 61. Aphrodite of Milos (Greek:Ἀφροδίτη τῆς Μήλου, Aphroditē tēsMēlou), better known as the Venus deMilo
  62. 62. The Discobolusof Myron ("discusthrower" GreekΔισκοβόλος,"Diskobolos"
  63. 63. Exekias (Εξηκίας, aGreek name) was anancient Greek vase-painter and potter, whoworked betweenapproximately 550 BC -525 BC at Athens
  64. 64. Relationships Among the Pre-Socratic Philosophers
  65. 65. Pythagoras and his followers salute the sunrise-Fyodor Bronnikov, 1869
  66. 66. Πλάτων, Plátōn428/27 BC – 348/347 BC
  67. 67. The Republic
  68. 68. Ἀριστοτέλης, Aristotélēs 384 BC – 322 BC
  69. 69. Ἡρόδοτος (Hēródotos) born inHalicarnassus, Caria (modern day Bodrum, Turkey) 5th century BC (c. 484 BC – c. 425 BC)
  70. 70. Θουκυδίδης,Thoukydídēs c. 460 BC – c. 395 BC
  71. 71. Questions to answer in this sessionwhy is the Golden Age often called the Age of Pericles?what are the various forms of art which this age produced?how did Greek playwrights give birth to the tragedy?how did science and philosophy come to replace myth andreligion as the educational foundation for the upper class?what is the Socratic method?what is Plato’s theory of Forms?how did the discipline of history begin?what explains the stature of Thucydides as one of the greatest,perhaps the greatest, historians?

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