Lecture Notes: Intro to Greeks
Lecture Notes: Intro to Greeks 1111
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1 2 3 4 History 1111 Intro to Greeks 9292015 Greece dominated by numerous citystates with central city but these citystates ruled themselves independently a Commonalities between citystates i ii iii Language Oracles shrine place of divine communication Olympics Most populated citystates Athens and Sparta a Athens i ii iii b Sparta i ii iii iv V vi 200000 people Mercantile focused on trade because they were landpoor land not suitable to support agriculture Democratic frequent participation by wide group of citizens men 140000 people Agriculture based on slave labor maritime trade Citizenship based on landownership Led by two hereditary kings Extremely militaristic Bigger area than Athens Extreme commercial wealth in citystates a Attracted invasions from Persia Persian army much stronger than Greeks but unfamiliar land took a toll on Persian forces United Greek world collapsed after succeeding from coming under Persian empire i a Athens i and Sparta become enemies Athens and Sparta united to fight the Persians Persia aligns with Sparta to defeat the too powerful Athens Then aligned with Athens when Sparta become too powerful
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