History 150: Classical Greece 1
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1/13/16: Historical Documents/ Classical Greece. Classical Greece. Secondary sources. *Primary sources. From the time and place under study. o Documents (letters, menus, and memoirs). o Images (photographs and posters). o Artifacts (records). Classical Greece: Political and Cultural Developments in the CityState of Athens. th 500338 (54 c) B.C.E. The Democratic System (mid5 c.): All male citizens over 18 could participate in the political system in Athens. o About 43,000 men. o Comments by Aristotle: “The male by nature superior, and the female inferior, and the one rules and the other is ruled”. *The Assembly. Made laws, decided upon taxes, expenditure of public funds, war and peace. *The Jury System. Most significant contributions to western society. Male citizens over 30 years old volunteer. Jury panels chosen by lot for each case. Size of juries. o Minimum 201601. Pericles’ reforms (mid 5 c.) Ostracism protect democracy from overly ambitious politicians. Majority vote. Payment for… o Jury system. o Office holding. o Participation in assembly. Average day’s wage. Perspectives on the political system: Pericles. o Democracy. o Overwhelmingly glowing of judicial system. All people ae eligible (male). Not restricted by class standing. o Champion in democracy. Plato, The Republic
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