HSB 115 lecture 9 notes
HSB 115 lecture 9 notes HSB 115
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HSB 115 Lecture 9 Greece The Golden Age • Art • culture • music • books • architecture • Parthenon- temple then mosque was an armory • the winners of the Persian war write the history • so democracy passes on because the greeks won Conflict between Athenians vs. Spartans • two of the biggest city- states • Peloponnesian War • was a civil war between them • Athens had democracy • Spartans had dictatorship • Athens had philosophy - Socrates , Plato, Aristotle - Sappho- great greek poet (woman) - she's one of the best - her work criticizes spartans - her work talks about her love for women • colonial expansion- wanted to take over different lands and territories took Anatolia ( modern day Turkey ) • • took southern Italy • Apollo of Adelphi - location of festivals including olympics - Apollo = sun god - games = running boxing - hoplite warfare - is warfare with soldiers on foot Athens vs. Spartans 1. Athens • only men had citizenship • democrats • growing population • believed in trade Delian League • transitioned from a city - state to an empire • trade by boat • conquered land • good navy • sold slaves for trade Spartans • military focused • had a King or Queen ruling • women had more rights
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