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Lesson Module. The Greek World. Click to enlarge. Iron Age Governments. Based on . agriculture. and centered on . rivers. King. owns everything and has a special . relationship. with the . gods. Priests.
Who are the Persians?!. Where were the Persians? (Map on page 191). Cyrus the Great. http://www.spentaproductions.com/Cyrus-the-Great-English/cyruspreview_english.htm (5. min). A unique ruler who allowed for:.
. And Jesus answered them, . “. The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified. . . Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a . grain . of wheat falls into the earth and dies, . it remains .
Chapter 8 Section 1. Geography and the Early Greeks. The Big Idea. Greece’s geography and its nearness to the sea strongly influenced the development of trade and the growth of city-states.. Main Ideas.
Today we’re going to begin the study of Greek Literature. We’ll be examining various aspects of the Golden Age of Greece including culture, art, playwrights, philosophy and theater, and how these things are still affective in today’s society. We’ll be looking into Greek Mythology, their belief in immortality of the gods, and how the very building blocks of our language today stems from that of the ancient Greeks..
Dionysus, the Greek god of wine and the harvest. . . There are three main . types of drama.. Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides wrote . tragedies. (drama in which the main character suffers a disastrous end)..
Religion. Greek Religion. Religion in Ancient Greece was polytheistic with many Gods and spirits which represent different aspects of life or nature. People would worship the Gods they found most useful. Many of their beliefs were childlike and came without moral instruction or their influence..
Greece’s Finest Hours. Where is Persia?. Why Fight?. Greeks had been settling on the west coast of Asia Minor (Persia). Persia conquered these colonies. In 499 B.C. Greeks in these colonies revolted against Persian rule (they were used to ruling themselves—democracy).
Napoleon Bonaparte. Empire. “a major political unit having a territory of great extent or a number of territories or peoples under a single sovereign authority; . especially. . :. one having an emperor as chief of state “.
Cox Paisley IB. WHAP. Why Homer was used as the basis for Greek education. The . Polis,. or city-state, and how the city-states of Athens and Sparta differed. What the greeks meant by democracy, and in what way the Athenian political system was a democracy?.
What makes a culture unique?. Terms. myth . a traditional story that explains a culture’s beliefs or part of the natural world . ritual . words or actions that are part of a religious ceremony. oracle .
PatroClus. THE TROJAN . WAR. BY STATHIS, PHOTIS, JOHN & . KOSTAS (2. ND. GROUP, f2). Agamemnon. . In Greek mythology, Agamemnon was the son of king Atreus and queen . Aerope. of Mycenae, the brother of Menelaus, the husband of Clytemnestra and the father of Iphigenia, Electra, Orestes and .