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School: St. Petersburg College
Department: Humanities & Western Civ
Course: Western Humanities: Ancient to Western Humanities 1
Professor: Sharon Whipple
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: western
Name: Chapter 6 Notes
Description: These notes cover Chapter 5
Uploaded: 09/19/2016
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background image Chapter 5 Hellenic Period: ended when Athenians were defended in 
Peloponnesian war
Athenians were hit by the plague Had to surrender to Sparta Delian League (Pg. 138) I. City-states paid membership (Athens controlled 
the money-treasury)
II. Acropolis were destroyed (rebuilding temples) Politics Agora- an open place used for congregating or as a 
market
I. Tyrant- a man who would lead the city-state for 
the good of all people
Pg. 135- Solon: Had the people at heart. I. Ruled out slavery II. Freed slaves that were in debt Slaves & Metics I. Cleisthenes  II. Started the democracy in Athens III. If slaves were citizens, they had a civic duty IV. Metic: Sculptors, potters, and painters. They were 
not citizens but fairly wealthy
Athens was at the top (Acropolis) I. Cities were bigger II. Top city was Alexandria (Egypt), which was the 
trading center
III. Only ruled under one government The Women of Athens VS. The Women of Sparta Pg. 137 Had to be a male in order to vote  Women had to stay in the house Women in Sparta had more freedom
background image I. Athletics II. Education III. Trained to fight IV. Owned property Peloponnesian War Pericles gave a speech before the war about the dead 
soldiers (Reading 5.2 Pg. 138)
I. “Claim of excellence”: defines Athenians’ political, 
social, and cultural life
II. “Preferred to the public service” (recommended) Art Changes in sculpture Pgs. 140-141 Fig. 5.3 and 5.4 Contraposto pose: weight-shift 3 Artistic principles I. Balance II. Simplicity III. Restraint Hellenistic age: theater I. Pg. 155 Epidaurus theater II. Transformed into a circular performance space, 
approached on each side by an entryway 
(Parodos)
III. Catharsis Tragedy was cathargic Everybody needs to experience an emotion 
that they do not want to experience
The idea that the audience gets rid of 
negative emotions
Philosophy Socrates I. Writings mentioned in other writings II. Both him and Plato talked about the psyche (soul 
and brain)
III. Believed psyche lived on after death

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School: St. Petersburg College
Department: Humanities & Western Civ
Course: Western Humanities: Ancient to Western Humanities 1
Professor: Sharon Whipple
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: western
Name: Chapter 6 Notes
Description: These notes cover Chapter 5
Uploaded: 09/19/2016
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