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Abbasids rulers of the Islamic caliphate from 750-1258; made Baghdad their capital and increased the Persian influence in Islam; lost most of their real power in the 900s AchaeansAbbasids rulers of the Islamic caliphate from 750-1258; made Baghdad their capital and increased the Persian influence in Islam; lost most of their real power in the 900s Achaeans
Abbasids rulers of the Islamic caliphate from 750-1258; made Baghdad their capital and increased the Persian influence in Islam; lost most of their real power in the 900s
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Support Material gce classics ocr advanced Subsidiary gce in Ancient History: H042Support Material gce classics ocr advanced Subsidiary gce in Ancient History: H042
This Support Material booklet is designed to accompany the ocr advanced Subsidiary gce specification in Classics for teaching from September 2008
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Ancient History/Honors Ancient History Course Outcome Summary InformationAncient History/Honors Ancient History Course Outcome Summary Information
Mission Statement: Our mission is to enable students to participate actively and responsibly as democratic citizens in a complex and changing society through instruction and application of knowledge of the path of other cultures and of the
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Geography Shapes Greek Life setting the stageGeography Shapes Greek Life setting the stage
Setting the stage in ancient times, Greece was not a united country. It was a collection of separate lands where Greek-speaking people lived
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Chapter 11 Test Name Multiple ChoiceChapter 11 Test Name Multiple Choice
Much of the territory conquered by Alexander the Great was previously part of which empire?
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Defeating rival city-state Athens in the Peloponnesian WarDefeating rival city-state Athens in the Peloponnesian War
Because Spartan men were professional soldiers, all manual labor was done by a slave class, the Helots. Despite their military prowess, the Spartans’ dominance was short-lived: In 371 B. C
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World studiesWorld studies
How did the geography of Greece help create a culture of independent city-states?
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Causes of the warCauses of the war
Athenian general and historian, in his work History of the Peloponnesian War. Most of the extant comedies of Aristophanes were written during this war, and poke fun at the generals and events
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War in Ancient GreeceWar in Ancient Greece
Greece’s potential as an independent civilization. In their pride and selfishness, the Greeks stumbled toward dissolution and absorption. The first war was the Persian War, and the second was the Peloponnesian War
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Classical GreeceClassical Greece
Peloponnesian War), but the titularly supreme power in each city was located within that city. This meant that when Greece went to war (e g., against the Persian Empire), it took the form of an alliance going to war
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Ancient Greece and Alexander MatchingAncient Greece and Alexander Matching
Which Greek-speaking people dominated the Aegean world from about 1400 B. C. to 1200 B. C., and probably started the Trojan War?
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N. B. All dates are bcN. B. All dates are bc
Which Athenian statesman advocated the policy of seisactheia, the cancellation of debts?
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776, with the first Olympics776, with the first Olympics
Mother-cities and their colonies usually maintained close ties, but the colony was an independent city-state
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How did the geography of Greece help create a culture of independent city-states?
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Ancient History Stage 6 SyllabusAncient History Stage 6 Syllabus
History Syllabus from the Board of Studies. The purpose of this document is for you to create a summary guide which covers all of the content of the Syllabus. The content is found in each topic under the heading “students learn about” in
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