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Ancient Greece Power Point


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Ancient Greece Power Point

  1. 1. CONTENTS3. Athens-A day in the life4. Athens-Govermment5. Sparta-A day in the life6. Sparta-Govermment7. Alexander the great-Personal information8. Alexander the great-Alexanders empire9. Socrates10. Leonidas11. Bibliography12. Key words ALEXANDETITLE ATHENS A ATHENS A R THE SOCRATE DAY IN DAY IN GREATPAGE THE LIFE THE LIFE PEARSON S BIBLIOGRAPHY AL INFO ALEXANDE R THE ATHENS SPARTA GREAT GOVERMM GOVOURM ALEXEXAN LEONITAS KEY WORDS ENT ENT DERS EMPIRE
  2. 2. ATHENS- A DAY IN THE LIFE• Teenaged girls would usually be married to a 30 year old man.• The teenagers didn’t get to meet her husband until the wedding.• If you were a girl in Athens your father would have complete control of you• When the girl got married her husband would have complete control over her.• If you werent a slave and you were a man in Athens you still shared profits with everyone.• If you were born in a family of only one Athenian citizen you would have to be a slave.• A lot of men in Athens were working in politics.• When a baby was born in Athens it would be hard for them to survive in the cold weather.• When a girl in Athens turns 13-12 they would be considered as adults so they could marry.• If you were a slave, female or a foreigner you could not have a vote or say.
  3. 3. ATHENS- GOVERMMENT• Pericles was famous because he invented democracy.• In ancient Athens you could get away with almost anything if you were a citizen.• If you had be decided by the boule.• In between 2000 BC and 1200 BC every Greek city was a monarchy.• Until the Peloponnese war started Athens was a well ran city.• After the citizens had an idea the boule “a member of 500 people “would debate on the idea.• Back in ancient Athens nobody could vote for a new king they had to wait until he died then another member of his family like his cousin would be king.• When Athens had a court case a civilian an over 30 would pick from a pottery to see who would judge him.• There would usually be 501 numbers of judges in the pottery.• The boule also organised everything like state affairs.
  4. 4. SPARTA- A DAY IN THE LIFE• Spartan boys would be sent to a military camp to train until they were 7.• The boys had to learn to write and read until they were 14.• When you were 18 or 20 you would have to pass a fitness test.• You had to stay in the army until you were 60.• If you were a Spartan boy you would still train for war for the rest of your life even when you were a soldier.• Spartan girls had to go to school at 6 to learn how to wrestle and do gymnastics.• Spartan soldiers were almost never home.• When a Spartan girl finished school she would be assigned a husband.• If Sparta was at war then the Olympics were on the other country and Sparta would make peace.• The women in Sparta also had to hunt for food at times for her husband.
  5. 5. SPARTA- GOVERMMENT• Sparta was ruled by two kings .• One king would go to war all the time and the other would stay at Sparta and rule.• The two kings and 25 elders would make new laws.• There was also 5 others that would rule when the two kings had to go to war.• If you were a Spartan man you would be called a “assembly”.• Sparta was divided into 2 groups the Spartans and the free men but the Spartans still ruled over the free men.• Helots was another name for a slave.• Senate was another name for the 25 elders.• Helots were usually captured from a war.• The two Spartan kings were the only people that had a good life.
  6. 6. ALEXANDER THE GREAT-PEARSONAL INFO• Alexander the greats full name was “ Alexander II of Macedon”.• Alexander had three wives they were “ Roxana of bacteria, Stateria II of Persia and Parysatis II of Persia.• Alexander was not only good at taking over empires but he tried to help his soldiers in combat.• In 336 BC Alexanders father “Phillip the II of Macedon” was assonated. It was thought that Alexander mother “Olympus” assassinated him for getting rid of her.• Alexander named about 20 cities “Alexandria”.• Alexander was born on the 21-20 of July 356 BC.• Alexander died undefeated in battles.• On the day that Alexander was born the temple of Artamis apparently burnt down and that Athens horses won a big horse race in the Olympics.• At the age of thirty Alexander made one of the biggest empires ever.• Alexander went overseas to conquer India.
  7. 7. ALEXANDER THE GREAT- ALEXANDER’S EMPIRE• In Alexander’s whole life he never lost a battle.• A lot of Alexander’s cities were renamed “Alexandria”.• Alexander was also a pharaoh.• Alexander also conquered Persia and Egypt.• Alexander went oversees and conquered kingdoms in India.• Alexander’s empire is the highest reason he is talked about now.• In the India campaign Alexander got stabbed in the shoulder.• IT took Alexander 7 days to win the fight in India.• Alexander rewarded older soldiers by sending the back to Macedonian.• In the Peloponnese war Alexander decided to go back to help his army.
  8. 8. SOCRATES• Socrates was one of the first to question a lot of things.• Socrates tried to save the Athenian soldiers from a death sentence.• Plato and Xenophon were Socrates devotes.• Socrates was the first Athenian philosopher.• Plato and Aristotle were philosophers like Socrates.• When Socrates was a kid he had to work as a sculptor.• About when Socrates was 40 he started to question things.• When Socrates was asking people questions about life like “what is wisdom” to the young men the Athenian citizens charged him of not respecting the gods.• Socrates death penalty was to drink hemlock.• Socrates was apparently ugly.
  9. 9. LEONIDAS• Leonidas died when he was 60 in the year 480 BC.• In the same year “480 BC” Leonidas lead 300 brave soldiers to war with athens. When they finialy made it to athens through the waves of atenenian enemys.
  10. 10. BIBLIOGRAPHY copyright 2003 noauthor copyright 2011 N.S Gillno author August 2011 at 16:12 no author Rymer 2000-2010 Euphoria copyright 2011 2011
  11. 11. KEY WORDS• Pericles- king of Athens and was the first to use democracy.• Democracy- This is a govourmment that gives civilians a fair say.• Boule- a group of 500 people that made decisions if ideas from civilians would work in ancient Athens.• Politics- activities in things like govoumment and science.• Foreigner- a Pearson from a different town city or country.• Devotes- Someone who is dedicated to someone or something.• Philosopher- Someone like a scientist of life.• Wisdom- knowledge.• Hemlock- a highly poisonous European plant.