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1. Greek Civilization
2. Greek Culture
3. Greek Mythology
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  1. 1. A review of :GREECE
  2. 2. Ancient Greece was a civilization belonging to a period of Greek history thatlasted from the Archaic period of the 8th to 6th centuries BC to the end of antiquity (ca. 600 AD). Immediately following this period was the beginning of the Early Middle Ages and the Byzantine era.
  3. 3. The Greek world in the mid 6th century BC.
  4. 4. Dipylon Vase of the late Geometric period, or the beginning of the Archaic period, ca. 750 BC.
  5. 5. Early Athenian coin, depicting the head of Athena onthe obverse and her owl on the reverse—5th century BC
  6. 6. Attic red-figure pottery, kylix by the Trptolemos Painter, ca. 480 BC (Paris , Louvre)
  7. 7. Inheritance law, part of the Law Code of Gorton, Crete,fragment of the 11th column. Limestone, 5th century BC
  8. 8. Gravestone of a woman with her slave child-attendant, c. 100 BC
  9. 9. Greek hoplite and Persian warrior depicted fighting, on an ancient kylix, 5th century BC
  10. 10. The history of modern Greece covers thehistory of Greece from the recognition of itsautonomy from the Ottoman Empire by the Great Powers (the United Kingdom,France, and Russia) in 1828, after the Greek War of Independence, to the present day.
  11. 11. It is a monument andmuseum on the waterfrontof the city of Thessaloniki, capital of the region of Macedonia in northern Greece
  12. 12. Ioannis Antonios Kapodistriaswas a Greek diplomat of the Russian Empire and later the first head of state of independent Greece.
  13. 13. Face and Obverse of a Phoenix coin.
  14. 14. Assassination of Ioannis Kapodistrias by Dionysios Tsokos.
  15. 15. The Entry of King Otto in Athens by Peter von Hess.
  16. 16. Otto was made the first modern King of Greece in 1832 under the Convention of London.
  17. 17. The Hellenic Parliament in the 1880s, with PM Charilaos Trikoupis standing at the podium.
  18. 18. Popular lithograph celebrating the success of the Goudi pronunciamiento of 1909 as a national rebirth.
  19. 19. Greek infantrymen in the The Greek fleet assembledBattle of Sarantaporos. at Phaleron Bay on 5/18 October 1912, before sailing for Lemnos
  20. 20. 30 Drachma coin of Junta swearing-in 1963 ceremony
  21. 21. The Rio-Antirio bridge officially the Charilaos Trikoupis bridge
  22. 22. Doric Temple of Athena The Byzantine church of Lindia in Agii Theodori, Mystras. Lindos, Rhodes.
  23. 23. The Antikythera mechanism was ananalog computer from150–100 BC designed to calculate the positions ofastronomical objects.
  24. 24. The theatre of Epidauros, 4th century BC.
  25. 25. Greece is one of the few places in Europe where the day-to-day role of folk dance is sustained. The carnival and Easter offer more opportunities for family gatherings and dancing.
  26. 26. The Academy of Athens is Greeces national academy.
  27. 27. The most famous artist born in Greece was probablyDoménikos Theotokópoulos, better known as El Greco (The Greek) in Spain.
  28. 28. Ancient Greek Ostracon bearing the name of Cimon. Museum of the Ancient Agora, Athens.
  29. 29. Nikolaos Gyzis (1842- Example of Greek Orthodox1901), painter from Tinos. visual hagiography.
  30. 30. The Temple of Hephaestus in Athens is the best- preserved of all ancient Greek temples.
  31. 31. Agios Minas, Santorini.
  32. 32. The building of the Hellenic Parliament was designed as a Royal Palace for Otto of Greece.
  33. 33. Karolos Papoulias Antonis Samaras
  34. 34. Earliest known depiction of lyra in a Mikis Theodorakis, popular Byzantine ivory casket. The composer, tried to introduceByzantine Church music has a strong the bouzouki into the influence on modern Greek music. mainstream culture.
  36. 36. Greece was home of the ancient Olympic Games, first recorded in776 BC in Olympia, and hosted the modern Olympic Games twice, the inaugural 1896 Summer Olympics and the 2004 Summer Olympics.
  37. 37. Greek Salad Choriatiki . Traditional Greek taverna, integral part of Greek culture and cuisine.
  38. 38. Spanakopita with Pita with Gyros. cubed feta.
  39. 39. Twotraditional Greek alcoholicbeverages: Tentura (left) and Metaxa (right).
  40. 40. Greek mythology has changed over time to accommodate the evolution of their culture, ofwhich mythology, both overtly and in its unspokenassumptions, is an index of the changes. In Greek mythologys surviving literary forms, as found mostly at the end of the progressive changes, is inherently political, as Gilbert Cuthbertson has urged.
  41. 41. Cosmogony and cosmology Attic black-figured amphora depicting Athena being "reborn" from the head of Zeus, who had swallowed her mother, Metis, the goddess of childbirth. Eileithyia, on the right assists, circa 550–525 BC.
  42. 42. Greek pantheon Zeus, disguised as a swan,seduces Leda, theQueen of Sparta. A sixteenth century copy of the lost originalby Michelangelo.
  43. 43. Age of gods and mortals Dionysus with satyrs. Interior of a cup painted by the Brygos Painter, Cabinet des Médailles.
  44. 44. Heroic age Demeter and Metanira in a detail on an Apulian red- figure hydria, circa 340 BC(Altes Museum, Paris).
  45. 45. Heracles with his baby Telephus (Louvre Museum, Paris).
  46. 46. The Rage ofAchilles by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.
  47. 47. APOLLOThe god of music, healing, plague, the sun, prophecies,and poetry, ; associated with light, truth and the sun.
  48. 48. A R E SThe god of war, bloodlust, violence, manly courage, and civil order.
  49. 49. ARTEMISVirgin goddess of thehunt, wilderness, animals, you nggirls, childbirth and plague.
  50. 50. ATHENA The goddess of wisdom,warfare, battlestrategy, heroic endeavor,handicrafts and reason.
  51. 51. D E M E T E RThe goddess of agriculture, horticulture, grain and harvest.
  52. 52. DIONYSUS The god of wine, parties and festivals, madness, chaos, drunkenness and pleasure at forever young.
  53. 53. HERMES Hermes was an Olympian god in Greek religion andmythology. Hermes was a god of transitions and boundaries.
  54. 54. HADES King of theUnderworld andgod of the deadand the hidden wealth of the Earth.
  55. 55. H E R AQueen of marriage, women, childbirth, heirs, kings and empires.
  56. 56. H VirginE goddess ofS the hearth,T home andI cooking.A
  57. 57. The god of P the Osea, rivers, Sfloods, droughts, eart Ehquakes, a I nd the D creator of O horses. N
  58. 58. ZEUSThe king of the gods, theruler of Mount Olympus and the god of the sky, weather, thunder, lightning, law, order, and fate.
  59. 59. HEPHAESTUS Hephaestus was the god of technology, blacksmiths, craftsmen, artisans, sculptors, metals, metallurgy, fire and volcanoes.
  60. 60. APHRODITEThe goddess of love,beauty and desire.
  61. 61. The Parthenon, on the Acropolis of Athens, Greece.
  62. 62. The Temple of Apollo at Corinth, one of the earlieststone-built Doric temples. Note the monolithic columns.
  63. 63. The temple of Zeus in Cyrene.
  64. 64. Syracuse (Sicily): The 5th-century BC Doric temple of Athena, transformed into a Christian church during the Middle Ages.
  65. 65. Philosophy and myth Raphael’s Plato in The School of Athens fresco . The philosopher expelled the study of Homer, of the tragedies and of the related mythological traditions from his utopian Republic.
  66. 66. Hellenistic and Roman rationalism Cicero saw himself as the defender of the established order, despite his personal skepticism with regard to myth and his inclination towards more philosophical conceptions of divinity.
  67. 67. The genesis of modern understanding of Greek mythology is regarded by some scholars as a double reaction at the end of the eighteenth century against "the traditional attitude of Christian animosity", in which the Christianreinterpretation of myth as a "lie" or fable had been retained.
  68. 68. Comparative andpsychoanalytic approaches Max Müller is regarded as one of the founders of comparative mythology. In his Comparative Mythology (1867) Müller analysed the "disturbing" similarity between the mythologies of "savage races" with those of the early Europeans.
  69. 69. Origin theories For Karl Kerényi mythology is "a body of material contained in tales about gods and god-like beings, heroic battles and journeys to the Underworld.
  70. 70. Sandro Draper Herbert JamesBotticelli Mourning for Icarus
  72. 72. METEORA
  73. 73. KAVALA
  74. 74. EPIRUS
  75. 75. CORFU
  77. 77. RHODES
  78. 78. NATIONAL ANTHEMSegnoriso apo tin Kopsi tou spathiou tin tromeri;Segnoriso apo tin opsi pou me via metra tin yi.Ap ta Kokkala vyalmeni ton ellinon ta ieraKe san prot anthriomeni haire o haireleftheria.Ke san prot anthriomeni haire o haireleftheria,Ke san prot anthriomeni haire o haireleftheria.