Classical Greece   session i - Origins
Classical Greece   session i - Origins
course outlinei - Originsii - Rise of the Polisiii - Colonies & Tyrantsiv - Sparta & Athensv - Great Wars, 490-404vi - Gol...
Questions to Answer in this SessionWhy study ancient Greece?What is our primary source of knowledge about prehistoric Gree...
preview of today’s      session
Achilles and Patroklos
Ancient Sparta--theater
Aristotle
Delphitholos
Delphitreasure house
Palace at Knossos
Discus of Phaistos
Knossos--throne room
Knossos--restored palace
HeinrichSchliemann
SophiaSchliemann  wearing  “Priam’s treasure”
Mycenae--the lion’s gate
thelions   Mycenae--reconstructiongate
Mycenae--acropolis
Mycenae--tholos tomb
interior shot of the same view
grave goods from a Mycenean shaft grave                replicas
the “mask of Agamemnon”
Homer
“The wrath of Achilles”       Leon Benouville
Odysseus
“Jupiter and Thetis”   Jean Dominique Ingres
Zeus at Olympia Roman copy of Phideias
Napoleon i  j.d. Ingres
LincolnDaniel Chester French
Troy
The Blegen Library  University of Cincinnati
Linear B
proto-Greek ina Phoenician alphabet
the world of Homer
the Lelantine War
Heroön at Lefkandi
preview of future classes
session ii- Polis
session iii-Colonies & Tyrants
Peisistratostyrant of Athensca 6th c BC – 527 or 528 BC
session iv-Sparta & Athens
Λ (lambda) is for Lacedaemon    the name for the kingdom      Sparta is its capital city
built 447-438 BC
Phideias shows his frieze for the Parthenon
session v-Great Wars, 490-404
the Persian wars, 490-479
Xerxes’ pontoon bridge across the Hellespont, 480 BC
session vi-Golden Age
ThalesFather of Philosophy
HerodotosFather of History
PeriklesFather of Democracy
session vii-Second Military Revolution
Epaminondas
Aleksander
Gaugamela, 331 BC
session viii-Hellenism
Pergamon altar ( 1st half, 2nd c. bc) as reconstructed              Pergamon Museum, Berlin
Laocoön and His Sons, 25 BC
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  1. 1. Classical Greece session i - Origins
  2. 2. Classical Greece session i - Origins
  3. 3. course outlinei - Originsii - Rise of the Polisiii - Colonies & Tyrantsiv - Sparta & Athensv - Great Wars, 490-404vi - Golden Agevii - Second Military Revolutionviii - Hellenism
  4. 4. Questions to Answer in this SessionWhy study ancient Greece?What is our primary source of knowledge about prehistoric Greece?What was the culture of Mycenaen Greece like?How does Homer stand up as an historical source?What were the Greek Dark Ages?What are the latest findings about this period?
  5. 5. preview of today’s session
  6. 6. Achilles and Patroklos
  7. 7. Ancient Sparta--theater
  8. 8. Aristotle
  9. 9. Delphitholos
  10. 10. Delphitreasure house
  11. 11. Palace at Knossos
  12. 12. Discus of Phaistos
  13. 13. Knossos--throne room
  14. 14. Knossos--restored palace
  15. 15. HeinrichSchliemann
  16. 16. SophiaSchliemann wearing “Priam’s treasure”
  17. 17. Mycenae--the lion’s gate
  18. 18. thelions Mycenae--reconstructiongate
  19. 19. Mycenae--acropolis
  20. 20. Mycenae--tholos tomb
  21. 21. interior shot of the same view
  22. 22. grave goods from a Mycenean shaft grave replicas
  23. 23. the “mask of Agamemnon”
  24. 24. Homer
  25. 25. “The wrath of Achilles” Leon Benouville
  26. 26. Odysseus
  27. 27. “Jupiter and Thetis” Jean Dominique Ingres
  28. 28. Zeus at Olympia Roman copy of Phideias
  29. 29. Napoleon i j.d. Ingres
  30. 30. LincolnDaniel Chester French
  31. 31. Troy
  32. 32. The Blegen Library University of Cincinnati
  33. 33. Linear B
  34. 34. proto-Greek ina Phoenician alphabet
  35. 35. the world of Homer
  36. 36. the Lelantine War
  37. 37. Heroön at Lefkandi
  38. 38. preview of future classes
  39. 39. session ii- Polis
  40. 40. session iii-Colonies & Tyrants
  41. 41. Peisistratostyrant of Athensca 6th c BC – 527 or 528 BC
  42. 42. session iv-Sparta & Athens
  43. 43. Λ (lambda) is for Lacedaemon the name for the kingdom Sparta is its capital city
  44. 44. built 447-438 BC
  45. 45. Phideias shows his frieze for the Parthenon
  46. 46. session v-Great Wars, 490-404
  47. 47. the Persian wars, 490-479
  48. 48. Xerxes’ pontoon bridge across the Hellespont, 480 BC
  49. 49. session vi-Golden Age
  50. 50. ThalesFather of Philosophy
  51. 51. HerodotosFather of History
  52. 52. PeriklesFather of Democracy
  53. 53. session vii-Second Military Revolution
  54. 54. Epaminondas
  55. 55. Aleksander
  56. 56. Gaugamela, 331 BC
  57. 57. session viii-Hellenism
  58. 58. Pergamon altar ( 1st half, 2nd c. bc) as reconstructed Pergamon Museum, Berlin
  59. 59. Laocoön and His Sons, 25 BC
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