Hist 3336 Ancient Greece Final Exam Study Guide

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HIST 3336 Ancient Greece Final Exam Study Guide
Exam=Thursday, April 25th (bluebooks will be provided in class)

The Final Exam will be divided into 3 sections: map, short answer and essay sections (20:40:40). For the map section, students may be asked to identify any of the locations listed below on the map posted on Blackboard. For the short answer section, students will get to choose from a list of terms taken from those below and write paragraph identifications for each. For the essay section, students will get to select one of the options listed below and write an essay that addresses the prompt—while the essay is written in class students have the opportunity to prepare their answers and so they should contain details and examples from the class readings/discussions.

Map: Cities: Pella, Aegae, Amphipolis, Byzantium, Pergamum, Granicus, Issus, Antioch (Syria), Tyre, Alexandria (Egypt), Palmyra, Gaugamela, Babylon, Susa, Persepolis Regions: Arabia, Parthia, Bactria, Media, Phrygia, Syria, Phoenicia, Egypt, Cyrenaica, Illyria, Epirus, Thrace Islands: Rhodes, Cyprus, Cos, Chios

Terms:
Plataea
ostracism
Themistocles
Pausanias
Delian League
Cimon
Eurymedon
Pericles
Hegemon
Athenian Classical art (tragedy, poetry, pottery, sculpture) Athenian Classical family life
Athenian democracy
Metics
Causes of the Peloponnesian War (~435 BCE)
Sophists
Peloponnesian War (1st Phase 431-21—aka Archidamian War)
Nicias
Cleon
Brasidas
Mothakes
Alcibiades
Lysander
30 Tyrants
Aegospotami
Socrates
Epaminondas
Corinthian War
The King’s Peace
Argeads
Philip II of Macedonia
Battle of Chaeronea
Corinthian League
Alexander
Granicus
Darius III
Indian Campaign
The Successors: Antigonus, Ptolemy and Seleucus
Hellenistic Age (art, literature, religion, philosophy, syncretism) Essay. Choose 1 of the following and write a coherent, organized response to it. 40 points 1.Who won the Persian Wars? Defend your position.

2.In the aftermath of the...
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