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Chapter 8 - Section 3 - Greece, the Golden Age

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Transcript of Chapter 8 - Section 3 - Greece, the Golden Age

The Golden Age of Greece The Greeks Invented Drama Religious Festivals City Leaders Chose the Best Dramas Dramas Performed Awards Given The First Greek Theater The Actors: All men Colorful Masks and Costumes Lots of Dancing Comedy and Tragedy TRAGEDY Down Fall of a King
love
war
hate "Seven Against Thebes" COMEDY Made fun of... politcs
important people
ideas of the time Happy Endings Ideal beauty large scale gods honor gods in temples harmony The Parthenon Phidias theaters meeting places homes pediment colonnade Democracy, History, and Philosophy Other Greek States
Adopted Democracy Greeks first to Write down History Herodotus - Father of History
Wrote about the Persian War Thucydides - Wrote about the
Pelopennesian War New approach to writing history New Thinking-
Reason rather than Myths How can a person achieve happiness? What is
the
best form
of government? What is knowledge? What
makes
a creature
alive? Determine Facts and
Significance of Events The deep blue represents the “free” nations; the lighter blue represents the “partially free” nations that are “electoral democracies”; the rose represents the “partially free” nations that are not considered “electoral democracies”; and the crimson-red represents the “not free” nations. Socrates, Plato and Aristotle Alexander the Great's Tutor The Academy Science and Technology Eratosthenes Aristarchus Ptolemy Euclid Archimedes Alexandria, Egypt replaced Athens
as leading cultural center Hypatia
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