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  • Ancient Greeks Persian Wars
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    In the 7 th Century BC a new era of warfare strategy evolved. Before this new strategy, foot soldiers known as hoplite's engaged in battle in the form of one mob for each army which on the command of their generals runs at each other and proceeds to hack blindly at the enemy with little to no direction other then to kill the enemy in front of them. This proved to be very messy and the tide of battle depended mostly on emotion and size of an army. In the name of strategy and organization, the pha...
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  • Gold And Silver Lycurgus Thought Spartans
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    Philosophy is a study that tries to define and explain how people in a community should live wisely. In his Life of Lycurgus, Plutarch wrote Lycurgus produced an inimitable constitution, showing the spectacle of an entire city acting like philosophers (Readings, p. 185). Unlike other philosophers, Lycurgus ideas were practical; his laws didnt just describe the proper way of living, but also put it to work. Using his constitution, Spartans became harmonious, developed feelings of honor, self-reli...
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  • Alexander The Great Epic Poem
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    Why should one study the Ancient Greeks? There exist almost countless contributions that Greek culture has made to western society in the areas of art, literature, philosophy, drama, architecture and politics. Lasting visions of thought and inspiring intellect helped shaped today's western culture with notions of democracy and personal freedoms. Greek scientists made revolutionary discoveries in medicine, mathematics, physics, and astronomy. It was the Greeks who, through philosophy, instilled t...
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  • Golden Age Public Office
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    I would rather be Athenian. Too many simple reasons factor in on this decision. The Spartans were a much poorer society, and had less intellectual inventions- saying something about their education. All Athenian boys were expected to get a great education, while Athenian girls were taught such things as weaving and cooking. The boys were expected to hold public office... the girls were expected to cook. Life's not sounding so bad. Another reason I would rather be Athenian is because each yeah th...
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  • Persian Empire Battle Field
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    Alexander the Great, a patient and often devious man; had never struck without careful planning. The youthful, headstrong Alexander liked to settle problems by immediate action. Making decisions with great speed, he took extraordinary risks; his success was achieved by the amount of sheer force and drive to overcome these risks. Alexander was educated as a student by the Greek philosopher Aristotle. The philosopher imbued Alexander with a love of Greek art and poetry, and instilled in him a last...
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  • City State Powerful City Freedom
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    Sparta, one of the powerful city-states, retains this name for good reason. They took over Messenia and used the land wisely, by making a government using the Code of Lycurgus. The Spartan women were given a lot more freedom compared to other Greek city-states; thus, every person provided a part in the development of their city. They represented duty, strength, discipline, beauty, and freedom of thought. Spartans valued power and built their city-state to protect themselves from revolts and atta...
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  • Form Of Government Ancient Athens
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    In Ancient Greece there were four forms of government that were practiced Monarchy's, Aristocracy, Oligarchy and Direct Democracy. In Ancient Athens they had a direct democracy which allowed the citizens to participate in political decision making. In Ancient Sparta they had an oligarchy form of government in which the state was ruled by a small group of citizens who also controlled the military. The political system of ancient Athens was a democracy, which involved all of its citizens by giving...
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  • Greek City States Persian Wars
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    Both Sparta and Athens were Greek city-states. Sparta was a strict military ruled city-state where the people established themselves as a military power early. However Athens was more of a political city-state that was more involved with their economical stature than their military forces. Still changes from the Persian wars would change the powers of the city-state and somewhat unite them. Sparta was a strict military city-state. The people were Dorians who conquered Laconia. This region lies i...
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  • Education System Public Land
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    The Laconians had a particularly strict and defined notion of citizenship. Only adult males who could prove their descent from original Doran conquerors, who had completed their training at the above, (the Spartan state education system which turned boys into warriors) and who had been accepted to the public messes were considered to be part of the homolog; Spartiate's or equals. With such a rigid structure in defining the men of the citizen class, at her peak Sparta's military which was compris...
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  • Waging War On Fitness
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    Waging War on Fitness Nowadays, people are more conscious about their health and how they look like. Shape of their bodies and weight loss seems to be one of the main problems in their life. Improving their bodies, humankind has been waging a real war for healthy life. But, often in the war for strong and perfect body people lose their individuality. Though people say that a harmonic personality should have clear mind as well as strong body. But are there many evidences that modern people with s...
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  • Peloponnesian War B C
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    Plague of Athens (1) The Great Plague of Athens took place in 430 - 429 B. C. , when Athens was besieged by Spartans, during the course of second year of Peloponnesian War. The first outbreak of epidemic occurred in the summer of 430 B. C. , which according to contemporary historians, was particularly hot. The second outbreak occurred in the following winter, with actual scope of the plague being significantly lesser then in the summer. There is also some circumstantial evidence as to the fact t...
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  • Spartan Women Spartan Society
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    ... to be good in wrestling, running, hurling the javelin and discus throwing, foot races, and staged battles. All these skills could be extremely useful for future soldiers. Although the men were mainly involved in wars, the Spartan women had to defend themselves if the men were outside the city and some danger occurred. Yet, Plato says that Spartan women, for all their gymnastic training, had no military role whatever, and even in a crisis were incapable of handling weapons (Powell 249) The fa...
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  • Greek Culture Civil War
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    Greek Legacy Essay The Greek culture of 2000 BC through 146 BC was one of the most sophisticated, intellectual, and had some of the great thinkers of their time. Their architecture, writing, military tactics, lifestyle and philosophy were copied by countless civilizations to come. Even though (civil) war raged often among the Greeks they prospered to find a place in history. Starting in 1650 BC with the arrival of Minoans to the island of Crete, architecture was already a major part of the Greek...
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  • City State Powerful City Freedom
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    Sparta, one of the powerful city-states, retains this name for good reason. They took over Messenia and used the land wisely, by making a government using the Code of Lycurgus. The Spartan women were given a lot more freedom compared to other Greek city-states; thus, every person provided a part in the development of their city. They represented duty, strength, discipline, beauty, and freedom of thought. Spartans valued power and built their city-state to protect themselves from revolts and atta...
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  • City States B C
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    This is a comparing on two city-states in Greece. In Greece Sparta and Athens were different in so many ways such as in religion, government, culture, beliefs, education etc. Athens and Spartans were two major city-states in Greece These two city-states were very different from each other in many ways because they were seperated from each other by low rugged mountains and Athens was located in northeast of sparta and Sparta was located in the South Central region of Greece known as the Peloponne...
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  • Mind Body Soul Mind Body Mind Body Soul Mind One
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    Mind body and Mind-Body-Soul Mind-Body-Soul Mind body and soul; three sections of a living being that make it complete. When all of these parts are healthy, people can reach their true and full potential. Unfortunately, when one of these divisions is weak and underdeveloped, like team of assembly line workers, everything can t work optimally. One of these sections of every human that has helped me reach peace with the other two has been the physical aspect, body. Building a strong body, not phys...
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  • Bc Pericles Athenian Government Athens
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    Pericles, a Greek Statesman, was the leader of the Athenian government for 30 years (Age of Pericles). Pericles was born into a noble family in Athens. His mother was a niece of Cleisthenes, a statesman who had made many democratic reforms in the Athenian government. After Cleisthenes death Pericles was determined to continue the reforms of his great-uncle and entered politics with the democratic popular party led by Ephialtes. Pericles and Ephialtes worked together to limit the power of the Are...
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  • Asia Minor City States
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    Persian Wars In 519 BC Darius I ascended the throne of the expanding empire of Persia. A group of people called the Ionians, lived along the coast of Asia Minor. They were under Persian rule, having been conquered by Emperor Cyrus (ruled 550 - 530 BC), and at this time were unhappy about their conditions. In 499 BC Aristagoras, the leader Miletus, one of the city-states, organized a revolt of all the rest of the city-states along the coast. Dariusmanaged however, to subdue things in a five-year ...
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  • Plato And Aristotle Forms Of Government
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    Ancient Greek Philosophical Views Are Still Relevant Today As a strategy to defeat the invading Persians during the Persian War, the poles (Greek city-states) of Greece united in order to form one large military force. Following the war, Greece decided to adhere to this idea of unity and form the Delian League in order to protect Greece from Persian domination. However, many of the poles begin to resent the fact that the polis of Athens held a roll at the top of the League. This tension leads to...
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  • Mycenaean Civilization Minoan Civilization
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    The Greek civilization was the first European civilization. At this point in time religion is not prevalent or influential. The European religion was borrowed from the Middle East. There are two main contributions from the Greek civilization. They were politics and secular. Polis the Greek word for city state is where politics came from. They had modern politics with the first democracy. It was divided into city-states that rule themselves in a democratic fashion. With this they have the majorit...
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