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Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
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Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
Greek session 3 intro
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Greek session 3 intro
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Greek session 3 intro
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Greek session 3 intro
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Greek session 3 intro
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Greek session 3 intro
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Greek session 3 intro

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Shown before the class begins as a "warmup" activity. It includes both review and preview material.

Shown before the class begins as a "warmup" activity. It includes both review and preview material.

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  • 1. Ancient Greecesession iii - Colonies & Tyrants
  • 2. Ancient Greecesession iii - Colonies & Tyrants
  • 3. course outlinei - Originsii - Polisiii - Colonies & Tyrantsiv - Sparta & Athensv - Great Wars, 490-404vi - Golden Agevii - Second Military Revolutionviii - Hellenism
  • 4. Major Points in the last SessionGreek beliefs about justice were Kagan’s “key”to the polisa polis is the unique type of ancient Greek city-stateAthens was the greatest polisthe agrarian revolution began as Greece recovered from theDark Agesit was driven by new techniques of intensive agriculture andbegat prosperity and private property on family farmsthese new farmers demanded political rights in return fortheir military servicethe hoplite soldier-farmers became the essence of the polis
  • 5. Questions to answer in this sessionwhy did Greeks colonize? how did they do it?where were the colonies?what were their significance? for the Greeks? their neighbors?why did the tyrants appear?what were their governments like?what did they accomplish?
  • 6. review of the previous sessions
  • 7. Aristotle
  • 8. Delphitreasure house
  • 9. Discus of Phaistos
  • 10. Knossos--restored palace
  • 11. HeinrichSchliemann
  • 12. sessions remainingiv - Sparta & Athensv - Great Wars, 490-404vi - Golden Agevii - Second Military Revolutionviii - Hellenism
  • 13. Major Points in the last SessionGreek beliefs about justice were Kagan’s “key”to the polisa polis is the unique type of ancient Greek city-stateAthens was the greatest polisthe agrarian revolution began as Greece recovered from theDark Agesit was driven by new techniques of intensive agriculture andbegat prosperity and private property on family farmsthese new farmers demanded political rights in return fortheir military servicethe hoplite soldier-farmers became the essence of the polis
  • 14. Questions to answer in this sessionwhy did Greeks colonize? how did they do it?where were the colonies?what were their significance? for the Greeks? their neighbors?why did the tyrants appear?what were their governments like?what did they accomplish?
  • 15. SophiaSchliemann wearing “Priam’s treasure”
  • 16. Mycenae--the lion’s gate
  • 17. Mycenae--reconstruction
  • 18. Mycenae--acropolis
  • 19. Mycenae--tholos tomb
  • 20. grave goods from a Mycenean shaft grave replicas
  • 21. the “mask of Agamemnon”
  • 22. Homer
  • 23. “The wrath of Achilles” Leon Benouville
  • 24. Odysseus
  • 25. “Jupiter and Thetis” Jean Dominique Ingres
  • 26. Zeus at Olympia Roman copy of Phideias
  • 27. Napoleon i j.d. Ingres
  • 28. LincolnDaniel Chester French
  • 29. Troy
  • 30. The Blegen Library University of Cincinnati
  • 31. Linear B
  • 32. proto-Greek ina Phoenician alphabet
  • 33. the Lelantine War
  • 34. Heroön at Lefkandi
  • 35. Η Δικαιοσὖνη Τό τί;“[the] Justice.“What [is] it?” Plato, Republic
  • 36. Justice Astraea (in the stars)
  • 37. [The Athenian] Acropolis, Leo von Klenze
  • 38. “FROGS AROUND APOND” -- SOCRATES, IN THE PHAEDO
  • 39. Victor Davis Hanson (1953-)
  • 40. a master and two slaves worktogether harvesting olives
  • 41. Olive oil production in Klazomenai, an ancient city of Ionia ( now, near Urla, Izmir, Turkey)
  • 42. transport amphora serving amphora
  • 43. Harmodius & Aristogeton kill the tyrant Hipparchus
  • 44. the Chigi vase, 4th c. BC
  • 45. ὁπλίτηςhoplite
  • 46. παιάν paeanπαιάν
  • 47. preview of today’s session
  • 48. ΠΙΘΕΚΥΣΑΙ
  • 49. Questions to answer in this sessionwhy did Greeks colonize? how did they do it?where were the colonies?what were their significance? for the Greeks? their neighbors?why did the tyrants appear?what were their governments like?what did they accomplish?
  • 50. Questions to answer in this sessionwhy did Greeks colonize? how did they do it?where were the colonies?what were their significance? for the Greeks? their neighbors?why did the tyrants appear?what were their governments like?what did they accomplish?
  • 51. Questions to answer in this sessionwhy did Greeks colonize? how did they do it?where were the colonies?what were their significance? for the Greeks? their neighbors?why did the tyrants appear?what were their governments like?what did they accomplish?

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