Art 201, handout 5, early greek art to 480 bce geometric AgeArt 201, handout 5, early greek art to 480 bce geometric Age
Bce geometricized figural scenes appear (Dipylon Vase, c. 750 Bce), generally illustrating funerals. By around 750-700 bce greek artists were trying to depict scenes of myth
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History standardsHistory standards
Students will demonstrate an understanding that history relates to events and people of other times and places
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Critical Content/Concept WebCritical Content/Concept Web
The points of focus in this unit include how tools, language, clothing and the use of technology helped early people advance; how prehistoric people changed from food gatherers to food producers
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Chapter 4: Classical Civilization in the Mediterranean: Greece and Rome chapter summaryChapter 4: Classical Civilization in the Mediterranean: Greece and Rome chapter summary
Middle East and Europe’s colonies around the world. The study of classical Mediterranean civilization is complicated because it includes Greek and then Roman political, social, and economic institutions
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History, Culture, and Philosophy of the Ancient Greeks to The Hellenistic PeriodHistory, Culture, and Philosophy of the Ancient Greeks to The Hellenistic Period
Greek language came into the Greek peninsula from as early as 2200 to 1700 bce, and displaced and interbred with the scattered indigenous populations
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Name blockName block
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Warfare and Society in the Ancient Greek World Aims and objectives of the moduleWarfare and Society in the Ancient Greek World Aims and objectives of the module
This is a module about war and peace in the Greek world from Homer to the dawn of the Roman empire
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Chapter 7 The Glory of Ancient Greece Chapter Preview This chapter will introduce you to Section IChapter 7 The Glory of Ancient Greece Chapter Preview This chapter will introduce you to Section I
Make Comparisons and Contrasts In this chapter you will learn to compare and contrast to help you sort out and analyze information
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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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Built on a hill for protection (most important places)Built on a hill for protection (most important places)
Located on the acropolis of Athens –sacred area to the Athenians center for religious observances dedicated to Athens
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Ancient Greece Study Guides are a required assignment. In addition, a study guide tells you what will be on the test; it is for your benefit. They are due on the day of the testAncient Greece Study Guides are a required assignment. In addition, a study guide tells you what will be on the test; it is for your benefit. They are due on the day of the test
List and describe the three most famous Greek philosophers and what each contributed to the world: (essay)
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3. vendor a seller of goods slavery condition of being owned by, and forced to work for,someone else3. vendor a seller of goods slavery condition of being owned by, and forced to work for,someone else
Obj: Public life in Athens, how Athenians spent their time when they were at home; how slavery operated in ancient Greece
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Athens and Sparta at the Height of Their PowerAthens and Sparta at the Height of Their Power
View of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece during a thunderstorm on October 9, 2006. The famous Greek temple, which was built between 447 to 432 bc, sits on the Acropolis hill overlooking the city of Athens. [Aris Messinis/afp/Getty Images]
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Chapter 13-Introduction to IndiaChapter 13-Introduction to India
In this chapter, you explored eight physical features of the Indian subcontinent and how they affected early settlement in India
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Located on the Balkan Peninsula it is surrounded by several seas No rivers Greece traded with other regionsLocated on the Balkan Peninsula it is surrounded by several seas No rivers Greece traded with other regions
Made transportation difficult and it was hard to unite Greece under a single government!!!
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