• Ch5 Greece & Iran
    technologies, increasing prosperity, and social and political development 2. Herodotus published logographers writings called Histories D. Athens and Sparta 1. Two preeminent Greek city-states 2. Spartan Soldier was the best in Greece 3. Athens possessed large and populous...
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  • Acient Greece
    Spartans, who were trained from childhood in combat and warfare to become an exceptionally disciplined and superior fighting force. The phalanx (Ancient Greek: φάλαγξ, Modern Greek: φάλαγγα, phālanga) (plural phalanxes or phalanges (Ancient and Modern Greek: φάλαγγες, phālanges)) is a rectangular mass...
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  • Prologue of Halo
    and soldier casualties. The war in which humanity had to face odds that it has never anticipated, a war against an alliance of different aliens who had far superior technology, technology that was based upon an ancient race who ruled the galaxy but are long gone from this world. The reason for their...
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  • The Pelopenesian War
    forces, which made them weary of one another. While Sparta mainly focused on its land-based infantry units, Athens was dedicated to its naval army. A Spartan boy endured vigorous training from age 7-up in order to become a part of the elite Spartan army. As these boys were trained they faced many...
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  • Military of Ancient Greece
    technology were lost, and there was constant warfare. After 300 years of this Dark Age that encompassed turmoil and confusion, Greek civilization was reestablished. This age was known as the Hellenistic Age and it is the age in which the Greeks really started their rise to power. The ancient Greeks...
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  • AP World Ch. 4 Outline
     Chapter 4 Outline I. Ancient Iran Iran’s mineral resources copper, tin, iron, gold, and silver were exploited on a limited scale in antiquity Mountain slopes, more heavily wooded. A. Geography and Resources Iran is by the Zagros Mountains to the west, the Caucasus Mountains and Caspian...
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  • Ancient History, Spata Notes
    factor in the ancient Greek world. It played a major part in defending Greece against Persia and finally dissolved in 366 BC. ➢ Social structure and political organisation: ✓ The issue of Lycurgus (the Great Rhetra). ▪ Spartan ‘history’ was oral, not written, and ‘the lawgiver’ was a god...
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  • HSC ANCIENT HISTORY Sparta: Society Study Notes
    Loss of citizenship Helots Refer to previous subheadings Technology: weapon, armour, pottery By 7th century pottery was important and valuable for Spartans Basis of export products Chariots imported for leisure and entertainment Perioikoi made Spartan weapons Leather Bronze Wood Copper Iron...
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  • indian english litreture
    was aggressive. Initially conquered towns were required to provide soldiers for the Spartan cause but essentially • 91 • ANCIENT GREECE retained their freedoms. With the capture of the town of Helos the Spartans altered their attitude to the losers. From now on, the inhabitants of...
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  • Sparta
    domestic duties Technology Bronze work * Good supply of iron ore in Laconia, copper and tin may have been imported Weapons and armour * Spartans equipped with high quality weapons and armour made of bronze * Helmet, crowned with horse hair for intimidation * Breastplate, sculptured to...
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  • Greek Cultures
    different in Sparta [militant], than in Athens [arts and culture] or in the other ancient Greek city-states. The goal of education in Sparta, an authoritarian, military city-state, was to produce soldier-citizens who were well-drilled, well-disciplined marching army. Spartans believed in a life of...
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  • History 100 study guide
    , and not any other places in the ancient world.  Make sure you compare and contrast the ancient Athenian and Spartan cultures, including their upbringings.  (Class Lecture, Critical thinking question, and Chapter 10) Democracy occurred in Greece because there was no major river, making people more...
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  • Ancient Greece Unit
    them about ancient Greeks if | | | | |mathematics, geography and technology were originally Greek words. Ask|Key words to look up...
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  • Gender Roles Throughout History
    home without it being any of the above occasions, people considered her to be a prostitute, slave, or so poor that she had no choice but to work (Women in the Ancient World, P.2). Women from Sparta were different from much of Greece because they were able to own and inherit land. Spartan women were...
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  • War from Myceneans to Rome
    7 July 2002 WAR FROM MYCENEANS TO ROME The modern day soldier did not arrive at the current level of training methods overnight. Throughout history warfare techniques and strategies have evolved from the earliest primitive battles to the latest technologies. The only way to learn about war...
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  • The Earth and Its Peoples Chapter 3
    Cornell Note Taking Template Key Words: Notes: Ancient Iran 1000-500 B.C.E. | 1) In the sixth century B.C.E. the vigorous Persians of southwest Iran created the largest empire the world had yet seen. | | | Geography and Resources | 1) Iran boundaries | IBHE | a) West...
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  • History 101 Study Guide
    man”(leader) wealthy young man, warrior [pic]Which technologies were used by the earliest Western civilizations? [pic] Stone, wood, leather, and fibers[pic]/ 1st appearance of tools (bone, wood, stone) (Paleolithic “Old Stone Era”) What conclusions may be drawn from a study of...
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  • UGC 111 notes
    UGC 111 Professor David Buell Lecture 8: Ancient Greece Part 1: Minoans and Mycenaeans Hellas – Greece Greece controlled parts of the Mediterranean Dictaean Mounatins – Crete Plains and valleys separated Communication was poor Greece was politically fragmented Mountainous; Suitable...
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  • Student
    … But let’s look back on how technology assisted education during the ancient times. The report will be given to us by KORINA SANDWICH… KORINA? Reporter 3 In ancient Greece, the Spartan education emphasized the development of the physical body coupled with discipline. The boys underwent exercises and...
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  • Greece & Its Theatre
    Ancient Greece has been celebrated for its cultural achievements and its government. Although most of this culture was changed or altered after the Roman Empire came to existence Greek theatre has come to be the main contributor to the structure of theatre today. The style of writing the plays...
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