At and Culture Greece

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At and Culture Greece

By | November 2012
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* Socrates
* C. 469 – Born in Athens
432 – member of the Athenian Army when it besieged Potidaea( in Macedonia) 431 – Peloponnesian War Began (Athens v.
424 – Delium; Fought as a hopligte with the Athenian Army in battle of Delium ( Athens lost) 407- Plato becomes his student
406- Battle of Arginusae – a sea battle.
404 Pelpoponnesian War Ended ( Athens surrendered to Sparta) 404/403- Socrates and o
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Socrates; “Apology” : A Defense
An “Apology”: not a confession of guilt or request for pardon. Socrates says: “ You may be sure that if you put me to death- a man of the sort I said was just now- you wont harm me more then you harm yourself.” (Apology, 30c6) What does this mean

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Silly Things you need to know about Greece
EU and IMF Funding Deadline
Eurovision song contest – 43 countries involved all across Europe. Each country votes to put their best act forward to this contest. Last years winner: Azerbaycan Riverdance was and intermission program during this when it was hosted in Dublin. This is how it became and international phymonal Zorba the Greek – Youtube it- black and white video.

Greek architecture

The quiz will have a picture: then underneath we will have boxes

* The column is the key to understanding Greek Architecture * Doric: Bigger/massive things; lines are carved in and they are called fluting- helps with water when it rains to drain the water off the column. The Capital is simple. There is no foot. They tend to bow out slightly. On the outside * Ionic – Thiner- more of a femin. Has both a The Capital had scrolls on it. * Corinthian – From Corinth. Has both a foot and a Capital. The Capital has like flowers on the top. They are very elaborate. * Capital is on top of the column: and Foot is at the bottom

The Acropolius
C. 432 BCE Greece – approximate the date
Means “High spot in Greece”
Proppalea
Has Doric Columns on the outside and has the Ionic on the inside...