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Notes History 151, 22

Jacqueline Wiley
La Salle

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Date Created: 12/01/15
Week 7 of Notes Prof. Frassetto Greece: Crisis o By about 500, the main political and economic structures had been well defined  Athenian democracy was established under Pericles o What Next?  500-300, two major developments developed  Some of the greatest achievements of the ancient Greeks were established during this period  Tragic, fatal flaw of Greeks was discovered  In around 500, Darius was the King of Kings in the Persian empire  Last of the great powers that came out of the Mesopotamian region  Persians who conquered the Babylonians and allowed the Jews to return home to Jerusalem  Tolerant of their subject populations  Was organized in Satrapies and ruled by Satraps  Nobility were skilled warriors and loyal warriors and dedicated to Persia  Naturalistic culture  Aggressive, expansive power  This empire had reached the shores of modern day western turkey which means that they had conquered all of those ancient Poleis  These cities rebelled, they were tiny, so they went to Athens and Sparta. o Sparta said no o Athens agreed to help  After awhile, even with Athens help, the Persians suppressed the revolts and Darius was not happy  He plans to invade Greece in 490 to teach the Athenians a lesson  Fights the Athenians, the Athenians were outnumbered 2.5 to 1… The Athenians won  This is the Battle of Marathon! It took place 26.2 miles outside of Athens  Darius was really angry after this  For the next 4 years, Darius planned and organized and built up his army.  In 486, he died.  His son, Xerxes, picked up where his father left of  In 480, he invaded Greece with 5 million men.  Modern estimates is 60,000…  Really big army  Serious invasion that threatened the existence of the ancient Greek world  Two things happened in Greece o Athenians found a new reserve of silver in one of their mines o Used this to build a fleet  The Greeks formed an alliance formed with 30 Poleis, such as Athens and Sparta o They sat and waited  Mount at Thermopylae o A spall contingent of Spartans and prevented the Persians from making their way South o Watch 300! o Really good reference  479, Greece wins  Greeks formed a league, Delion league against the Persians o On the island of Delos was the headquarters o Joined voluntarily o Evolved into an Athenian Empire  Peloponnesian Wars occurred from 430-400, Athens vs. Sparta  Greatest Navy vs. the Greatest Army 


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