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Classical Greek Art (Ancient Greece)
480-400
Contrapposto
Kritios Boy 480
Riace Warrior 460-450
Classical Period
counterbalance, "weight shift"
480-400
Classical Period
Contrapposto
counterbalance, "weight shift"
Classical Greece: Homer & Greek Democracy
time period
not sure if he was ____
supposedly wrote
____ _____ weren't written down for a…
800s
real
Iliad & Odyssey
Oral Traditions
time period
800s
not sure if he was ____
real
Ancient Greece: Classical Greek Culture
Pericles
Growth of Athenian Democracy
Discobolus
Hegemon
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...
...
...
Pericles
...
Growth of Athenian Democracy
...
Late Classical Greek and Helleni (Ancient Greece)
400-323
Praxiteles: Aphrodite of Knidos, Roman…
Praxiteles: Hermes and Dionysus, from…
Lysippos, Apoxyomenos (Scrapper), Roma…
Late Classical Period
...
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400-323
Late Classical Period
Praxiteles: Aphrodite of Knidos, Roman…
...
10 terms
Classical Greece
Geographic features of Greece
Impact of Geography in Greece
Athens
Epic stories
mountain ranges and islands
barriers to unity of city-states... excellent harbors for trade
direct democracy... arts and literature... education for boys
Give historians information about early civilizations
Geographic features of Greece
mountain ranges and islands
Impact of Geography in Greece
barriers to unity of city-states... excellent harbors for trade
the High Point of Greek Civilization: Classical Greece
Battle of Marathon
Tirerne
Pericles
Peloponnesian War
(490bce) first Persian invasion of Greece, faught between Ath…
in Ancient Greece, a war galley with 3 banks of oars
(495-429bce) Athenian statesmen noted for advancing democracy…
(431-404bce) ancient Greek war faught by Sparta and its suppo…
Battle of Marathon
(490bce) first Persian invasion of Greece, faught between Ath…
Tirerne
in Ancient Greece, a war galley with 3 banks of oars
16 terms
Classical Greece
Impact of Geography
Mythology
Socrates, Plato, Aristotle
Drama/Comedy
10,000 islands make up Greece. Geography and mountains forced…
Greek myths and stories explain the natural world.
Greek philosophers
Beginning of drama (comedy/tragedy).
Impact of Geography
10,000 islands make up Greece. Geography and mountains forced…
Mythology
Greek myths and stories explain the natural world.
27 terms
Archaic Greece, Classical Athens and other Greek Cities
Characteristics of the Archaic Period
Features of Archaic Greek religious ar…
temple trends and orders in archaic Gr…
parts of Doric and Ionic order columns
(800-479 BC)... Growth and consolidation of city-states (ex. Ath…
called temenos, had temple, exterior altar, gateway (propylon…
more durable and expensive construction materials, thus more…
Characteristics of the Archaic Period
(800-479 BC)... Growth and consolidation of city-states (ex. Ath…
Features of Archaic Greek religious ar…
called temenos, had temple, exterior altar, gateway (propylon…
Classical greece
Minoans
Acropolis
Agora
Polis
Peaceful, first pre greek people, athletic, egyptian influenc…
a fortified hilltop
a public space on the accropolis used as a market or for asse…
the most common form of government in the golden age of Athen…
Minoans
Peaceful, first pre greek people, athletic, egyptian influenc…
Acropolis
a fortified hilltop
Before classical Greece/Ancient Greek Culture
metal alloy
where is Minoan located?
where is Mycenae located?
where is Cycladic located?
mixture of two metals; copper and tin
centered on Crete
mainland Greece
groups of islands in south Aegean
metal alloy
mixture of two metals; copper and tin
where is Minoan located?
centered on Crete
Classical Greece
Mycenaean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
A civilization that replaced the Minoans and were part of the…
Mycenaeans (Greeks) vs. Troy. Trojan Prince kidnapped Helen,…
A Greek-speaking people who migrated into mainland Greece aft…
A Greek poet, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey
Mycenaean
A civilization that replaced the Minoans and were part of the…
Trojan War
Mycenaeans (Greeks) vs. Troy. Trojan Prince kidnapped Helen,…
29 terms
Classical Greece
Geography of ancient Greeks
Culture of the Ancient Greeks
Ancient Greece
Aegean and Joniah Seas
Considerably different from other cultures.
Shaped by Minoans, Myceneans, Phoenicians, Dorians.
Mountainous peninsula jutting into the Mediterranean Sea.
Over 2,000 islands.
Geography of ancient Greeks
Considerably different from other cultures.
Culture of the Ancient Greeks
Shaped by Minoans, Myceneans, Phoenicians, Dorians.
85 terms
Classical Greece
Trojan War
Troy
Dardanelles
Iliad
Conflict between Greeks & Trojans; probably over control of A…
Anatolian city; Ancient Greek rival; located on narrow waterw…
Narrow waterway leading from Aegean Sea to Black Sea
epic poem about Trojan War; created by Homer
Trojan War
Conflict between Greeks & Trojans; probably over control of A…
Troy
Anatolian city; Ancient Greek rival; located on narrow waterw…
30 terms
Classical Greece
Mycenean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
people from Greek mainland who conquered central Crete
10 year war fought between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city…
A Greek-speaking people that, according to tradition, migrate…
A Greek poet, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey
Mycenean
people from Greek mainland who conquered central Crete
Trojan War
10 year war fought between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city…
16 terms
Classical Greece
Impact of Geography
Mythology
Socrates, Plato, Aristotle
Drama/Comedy
10,000 islands make up Greece. Geography and mountains forced…
Greek myths and stories explain the natural world.
Greek philosophers
Beginning of drama (comedy/tragedy).
Impact of Geography
10,000 islands make up Greece. Geography and mountains forced…
Mythology
Greek myths and stories explain the natural world.
13 terms
Classical Greece
Sparta
Athens
Parthenon
Golden Age
warrior city-state on Peloponnesus Peninsula
city-state with the first democracy , located on Balkan Penin…
Temple built to Athena in Athens
often called the classical age when democracy, art, literatur…
Sparta
warrior city-state on Peloponnesus Peninsula
Athens
city-state with the first democracy , located on Balkan Penin…
Classical Greece
Religion of Gods and Goddesses, religi…
a city that with its surrounding terri…
city state and colonies
one person ruling, 1st form of governm…
Mythology
city state
metropolis
monarchy
Religion of Gods and Goddesses, religi…
Mythology
a city that with its surrounding terri…
city state
22 terms
Classical Greece
Temple of Hera II
Temple of Zeus
Kritios Boy
Charioteer of Delphi
Culture: Classical Greece... Visual:Doric order. 14 on flank and…
Culture: Classical Greece... Visual: Lapiths an centaurs are fig…
Culture: Classical Greece... Visual: Is shown at foot of acropol…
Culture: Classical Greece... Visual: The cheeks gives light and…
Temple of Hera II
Culture: Classical Greece... Visual:Doric order. 14 on flank and…
Temple of Zeus
Culture: Classical Greece... Visual: Lapiths an centaurs are fig…
30 terms
Classical Greece
Mycenaeans
Trojan War
Dorians
Homer
Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland around…
1200 B.C.E. - Army led by Mycenaean kings attacked independen…
Greek speaking people that migrated into mainland Greece afte…
Blind storyteller who composed the epics, The Iliad and The O…
Mycenaeans
Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland around…
Trojan War
1200 B.C.E. - Army led by Mycenaean kings attacked independen…
11 terms
Classical Greece
participation
Jury trials
open society
diverse
to join in
Citizens were chosen to be jurors. They decided the fate.
Example: Athens
different from one another
participation
to join in
Jury trials
Citizens were chosen to be jurors. They decided the fate.
29 terms
Classical Greece
Polis
Alexander the Great
Pericles
Aristotle
City-state
Son of Phillip II; carried out his father's dream of conqueri…
Led Athens into the Golden Age after the Persian Wars. Rebuil…
Father of Science; teacher of Alexander the Great; taught the…
Polis
City-state
Alexander the Great
Son of Phillip II; carried out his father's dream of conqueri…
20 terms
Classical Greece
epics
myths
polis
oligarchy
narrative poems celebrating heroic deeds
traditional stories told by Greeks about their gods and godde…
Greek city-state (ex. Athens and Sparta)
a government ruled by a few powerful people (the government o…
epics
narrative poems celebrating heroic deeds
myths
traditional stories told by Greeks about their gods and godde…
30 terms
Classical Rome and Classical Greece
Impact of Greek Culture
Social Classes
Women's Rights
Economics/Trade
Influenced nearly every aspect of Roman culture.
Patricians: Landowners, educational and political rights.... Ple…
Defined by the men in their lives, women in ancient Rome were…
Roman economy was based on farming/Trans-Saharan Trade Network
Impact of Greek Culture
Influenced nearly every aspect of Roman culture.
Social Classes
Patricians: Landowners, educational and political rights.... Ple…
34 terms
GREECE classical
Myceneans
Trojan War
Dorians
Homer
Indo-European people who settled the Greek peninsula around 2…
A conflict fought around 1,200 B.C.E. in which the Myceneans…
Population who, according to tradition, ruled the area that i…
author of the epic Greek poems "Iliad" and the "Odyssey."
Myceneans
Indo-European people who settled the Greek peninsula around 2…
Trojan War
A conflict fought around 1,200 B.C.E. in which the Myceneans…
31 terms
Classical Greece
Polis
Acropolis
Agora
Minoans
City-State
High area with temples and places for public ceremonies
market place where business took place
Civilization that developed on the Island of Crete
Polis
City-State
Acropolis
High area with temples and places for public ceremonies
177 terms
Classical Greece
A significant democratic reform carrie…
perspective (Greek classical art)
cause of the death of one-third of Ath…
Sparta
Increasing the public payroll
balance, order, proportion
plague
the Greek city-state ruled by an oligarchy, that focused on m…
A significant democratic reform carrie…
Increasing the public payroll
perspective (Greek classical art)
balance, order, proportion
Classical Greece
Democracy
Agora
Acropolis
Athens
"Rule by the people"
Marketplace
Highest point in a Greek city
City-state that had a democracy
Democracy
"Rule by the people"
Agora
Marketplace
Classical Greece
direct democracy
irregular coastline
mountainous terrain
Athens
A government in which citizens rule directly by voting on iss…
Coastline with many natural harbors; that allows for trade an…
Area or region that has many mountains. For example, due to t…
A city-state in Greece; home of the first direct democracy. K…
direct democracy
A government in which citizens rule directly by voting on iss…
irregular coastline
Coastline with many natural harbors; that allows for trade an…
20 terms
Classical Greece
Peloponnesian war
Pericles
Homer
Plato
A war lasting from 431-404 B.C. in which Athens and its allie…
Who Held power in Athens for 32 years
Wrote the iliad (story of the Trojan wars) and the odesye
A Greek philosopher who wrote the republic
Peloponnesian war
A war lasting from 431-404 B.C. in which Athens and its allie…
Pericles
Who Held power in Athens for 32 years
Greece Classical
Contrapposto
Polykleitos
Pericles
Acropolis
An asymmetrical arrangement of the human figure in which the…
Was an ancient Greek sculptor in bronze of the 5th century BC…
Athenian statesman whose leadership contributed to Athens' po…
the ancient citadel at Athens, containing the Parthenon and o…
Contrapposto
An asymmetrical arrangement of the human figure in which the…
Polykleitos
Was an ancient Greek sculptor in bronze of the 5th century BC…
Classical Greece
Tyranny
Minoans
Trojan War
Persian Wars
Rule by a wealthy citizen who ... seizes control of the governme…
Crete; sea traders; conquered by Mycenaean
Told by Homer; caused by the kidnap of Helen of Troy
Marathon, Thermopylae, Salamis- resulted in freedom of Ionia;…
Tyranny
Rule by a wealthy citizen who ... seizes control of the governme…
Minoans
Crete; sea traders; conquered by Mycenaean
Classical Greece
catachresis
dithyrambs
City Dionysia
Greek drama
greek to "misuse"
-hyms sung and danced by a large chorus... -2 tribes, each compo…
-important religious festival and theater competition honorin…
-Aeschylus often referred to as the founder of Greek Drama... -h…
catachresis
greek to "misuse"
dithyrambs
-hyms sung and danced by a large chorus... -2 tribes, each compo…
34 terms
CLASSICAL GREECE
Myceneans
Trojan War
Dorians
Homer
Indo-European people who settled the Greek peninsula around 2…
A conflict fought around 1,200 B.C.E. in which the Myceneans…
Population who, according to tradition, ruled the area that i…
Supposed author of the epic Greek poems "Iliad" and the "Odys…
Myceneans
Indo-European people who settled the Greek peninsula around 2…
Trojan War
A conflict fought around 1,200 B.C.E. in which the Myceneans…
27 terms
Classical Greece
Minoans
Acropolis
Polis
Oligarchy
Peaceful, first pre greek people, athletic, egyptian influenc…
a fortified hilltop
greek word for city-state
ruling by a small group of powerful aristocrats.
Minoans
Peaceful, first pre greek people, athletic, egyptian influenc…
Acropolis
a fortified hilltop
10 terms
Classical Greece
Funeral Oration of Pericles
Marathon
Thermopylae
Trireme
...
...
...
...
Funeral Oration of Pericles
...
Marathon
...
classical greece
physical diversity
acropolis
agora
alexander the great
Describes a variety of physical characteristics.
A fortified hilltop in an ancient Greek city
Public square; evolved into market place, courts, and public…
Between 334 and 323 B.C.E. he conquered the Persian Empire, r…
physical diversity
Describes a variety of physical characteristics.
acropolis
A fortified hilltop in an ancient Greek city
37 terms
Classical Greece
classical Greece
5th Century BCE
The Persian Wars
democracy
the height of Greek civilization
The classical period of Greek civilization.... A new government…
a series of conflicts between the united cities of Greece and…
Demo=people, kratos=power.... a form of government in which each…
classical Greece
the height of Greek civilization
5th Century BCE
The classical period of Greek civilization.... A new government…
Classical Greece
Persian Wars
Ionian Revolt
First Persian War
Darius I
(490-480 B.C.) series of conflicts between the Persians and G…
military rebellions by Greek regions of Asia Minor against Pe…
Persians lose to Athenians and Greek allies; ended with the B…
Persian King; led the Persians during the first war
Persian Wars
(490-480 B.C.) series of conflicts between the Persians and G…
Ionian Revolt
military rebellions by Greek regions of Asia Minor against Pe…
58 terms
Classical Greece
cultural diffusion
history
Homer
polis
The spread of ideas from one culture to another
The interpretation and record of past events
he wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey
Greek city state
cultural diffusion
The spread of ideas from one culture to another
history
The interpretation and record of past events
Classical Greece
Pericles
Helps: weaponry advances, economy booms
Festivals of Dionysus
Dionysus
Ideal ruler... great public works, large slave population... Pelopo…
What is the effect of war on creativity?
playwrights could submit plays for competitions... tragedies or…
God of wine/ plays
Pericles
Ideal ruler... great public works, large slave population... Pelopo…
Helps: weaponry advances, economy booms
What is the effect of war on creativity?
33 terms
Classical Greece
Polis
Acropolis
Persian Wars
Delian League
City-state
High area within a city state where the temples were found
Series of wars fought against the Persian Empire
Alliance led by Athens
Polis
City-state
Acropolis
High area within a city state where the temples were found
Classical Greece
Impact of Geography
Religion-Origins
Mythology-Purposes
Socrates
10,000 islands make up Greece.
Polytheistic, Close ties to Egyptian religion, settlers migra…
Greek myths and stories explain the natural world.
He developed cynicism and stoicism. He questioned authority,…
Impact of Geography
10,000 islands make up Greece.
Religion-Origins
Polytheistic, Close ties to Egyptian religion, settlers migra…
6 terms
classical greece
catapult
Alexander the great
Hellenistic
Alexandria
military machine used to hurl stones or spears at enemy force…
king of macedonia who conquered parts of Europe, Africa, and…
culture made up of parts of greek, Persian, Egyptian, and Ind…
city in Egypt founded by Alexander in 332 B.C
catapult
military machine used to hurl stones or spears at enemy force…
Alexander the great
king of macedonia who conquered parts of Europe, Africa, and…
172 terms
Classical Greece
Aegean Basin
Mediterranean and Black seas
Aegean Sea
Balkan Peninsula
What aspect of physical geography shaped the economic, social…
The expansion of Greek civilization through trade and coloniz…
What is the name of the indicated part on the map?
What is the name of the indicated part on the map?
Aegean Basin
What aspect of physical geography shaped the economic, social…
Mediterranean and Black seas
The expansion of Greek civilization through trade and coloniz…
Classical Greece
myths
peninsula
Western Civilization
polis
a traditional story, especially one concerning the early hist…
A large mass of land projecting into a body of water.
The many achievements of ancient Greece were important becaus…
A city-state in ancient Greece.
myths
a traditional story, especially one concerning the early hist…
peninsula
A large mass of land projecting into a body of water.
47 terms
Classical Greece
Votive Objects
Megaron
Xoanon
Gable Roof
Slightly religious objects, including small clay models of me…
Temple --> bow to this form by building small chapels resembl…
Figure of a religious deity; found w/i mini megarons
Roof sloped upward on 2 planes (like typically childhood draw…
Votive Objects
Slightly religious objects, including small clay models of me…
Megaron
Temple --> bow to this form by building small chapels resembl…
10 terms
Classical Greece
Democracy
Direct Democracy
Representative Democracy
Oligarchy
A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body…
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
A system of government in which citizens elect representative…
A government ruled by a few powerful people
Democracy
A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body…
Direct Democracy
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
Classical Greece
myths
peninsula
Western Civilization
polis
a traditional story, one concerning the early history of a pe…
A large mass of land projecting into a body of water.
civilization that evolved in Europe and in recent centuries s…
A city-state in ancient Greece.
myths
a traditional story, one concerning the early history of a pe…
peninsula
A large mass of land projecting into a body of water.
12 terms
Classical Greece
agora (noun)
plague (noun)
alliance (noun)
conquest (noun)
a central area in Greek cities used both as a marketplace and…
any epidemic disease with a high death rate
a formal agreement establishing an association or partnership…
the process of capturing or taking over land to expand one's…
agora (noun)
a central area in Greek cities used both as a marketplace and…
plague (noun)
any epidemic disease with a high death rate
Classical Greece
Mycenaean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
An Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland aro…
(Greek mythology) a great war fought between Greece and Troy
A Greek-speaking people who migrated into mainland Greece aft…
..., Ancient Greek epic poet who is believed to have written…
Mycenaean
An Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland aro…
Trojan War
(Greek mythology) a great war fought between Greece and Troy
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