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Ancient Greece: The First Democracy

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by Richard James Wiles-Arnott Ancient Greece
The First Democracy and Home to the Gods of Olympus SOAPSToneS Politics (Aristotle) S-The speaker was Aristotle
O-The occasion was Ancient GreeceA-The audience was plato and other great philosophers
P-The purpose was to argue that a republic was the best form of government possibly to "one up" PlatoS-The subject was forms of government Tone- The tone was forceful, full of proclamationS-The significance was the republic became one of the principle forms of Government and was used in the future-example: Ancient Rome. Video This video was a great video that explained the basic story of Zeus. It explained how the gods overthrew the titans and how the gods disappeared. It was the most complete story of greek mythology that I could find. A fantastic thing that it did was relate parts of the story to modern scientific discoveries. Plato's Facebook Friends List Pyrilampes Cratylus NO
PICTURE NO
PICTURE Socrates Charmides NO
PICTURE NO
PICTURE Dionysius Aristotle Dionysius was a king that Plato taught. He showed Plato that even the most well meaning people will be corrupted by power. he became a "Tyrant beginning in 406." (Frolov) NO
PICTURE ' Aristotle Essay Hercules' Blog This is getting ridiculous. I'm getting sick of these "challenges". they're more like suicide missions if you ask me. Sometimes I wonder why Hera hates me. Today she made me fight a hydra.

This giant multiple headed dragon breaths toxic air that will kill you instantly if you inhale it. As if that isn't enough once I cut off every one of its heads they grew two more. Apparently I have to burn the stump of every head that I cut off. I did get something out of killing it though. Once I killed it I dunked the tips of my arrows into the blood. Its blood is pretty much the deadliest poison on earth. Hercules' 13th Challege APP Take control of hercules as he powers through one more challenge. For this challenge he must destroy a secret monster know as a thunder bug. This creature is like the queen of a bee hive. It sends swarms of giant bugs that shoot lightning out of their antenna. They can also use their claws to shred you to pieces. fight wave after wave of them until you get to the queen. Upgrade your arrows, lion skin and club to new power. Can you kill this mighty beast. Active Reading Notes Set 1
Orpheus and Euridice they were married: doesn't happen in movie viper stung her: in movie she was shocked by elecrticity one condition he would not look back: in movie
he doesn't know this until she says it. band of meanades [women]... slew him: in the movie it was Mira Jason and the Golden Fleece Trust in the Goddess Aphrodite: Oh jeeze, she's trouble made jason swear by all the gods to marry her: don't make a promise that you can't keep. medea confessed to the crime: now jason isn't going to love her cursed jason for breaking faith with medea: I knew that was coming P.146-148 Helenistic era: a great era for romans and greeks antigonid: rules greece and macedonia ptolomaic: ruled egypt seleucid: ruled mesopotamia Definitions A Direct Democracy is a govenment run by the people Tyranny is when one leader rules harshly. A Republic is a govenment run by representatives of middle class Oligarchy is a type of government run by few people Aristocracy is aristotle's government ideas Anarchy is no government Zeus' Facebook Post Today I saw some mortals researching me on the internet like I was a part of history. I am wondering if I should flood the earth again. Why does no one believe in me any more. The mortals now believe in "science." They keep trying to move at "the speed of light," discover the "god particle," and go below "Absolute zero." I would have thought that by now they would have realize that its all fake. I almost want to go down there and show them that I exist. Actually I think I will do that. It's been a while since I visited earth. I think I will do it at new year 1999... no how about 2012... no 2040 is when I will go down. ESR Charmides was Plato's uncle who was one of the leaders in an Oligarchy. He let Plato join but Plato could see the violence and tyranny so he didn't join. "Plato briefly joined the oligarchy of the Thirty Tyrants, of which his maternal uncle, Charmides, was a prominent member." (Stockdale) Aristotle was Plato's most successful student. "Aristotle is considered the greatest scientist and one of the greatest philosophers of the ancient world." (Lawson) Socrates is the teacher that was most influential to Plato. Socrates was "Largely known through the writings of his student, Plato" (Haber) Cratylus was Plato's first teacher.
"Plato had a solid education in his youth." (Stockdale) Pyrilampes was Plato's stepfather. He was "the second husband of Perictione, the mother of Plato" (Stein-Hölkeskamp) Plato's biological father died when Plato was very young. Pyrilmpes was Plato's father figure for a long time. Works Cited for ESR and Unus Pagina Notes from Class
Black Orpheus people like to dance
Rio
parades, music
everyone is happy
main character is Bus driver Orpheu
getting married to Mira
everyone is poor
someone trying to kill girl
girl goes to cousin
girls name is Eurydice
Orpheu doesn't like Mira
Orpheu is a really good guitar player.
Eurydice hears him play
"Orpheus loves Eurydice"
Plot goes up and down
OK actors
Serafina Queen of night
Mira queen of day serafina helps distract Mira
Hermes can find anyone
Serafina loves chico
In the death chase eurydice faints
Orpheu pretty much dumps Mira
Chico loves messing with Serafina and Vis Versa
Serafina likes being chased by chico
Kid's names are Beniditto and Zeka
Chico is hungry
Mira wants to kill Eurydice
Chico is stupid
Janitor boat guy
Hades feather crown
Orpheu looks back
The morgue
Mira kills Orpheu
zeka is the new Orpheus Black Orpheus Reflection The movie is very similar to the story. Every part of the greek myth is in the movie except the exact song that he sang to Hades, the the way Eurydice dies, they don't almost walk out of Hades together and the way that Orpheus dies. The story is basically the same but they did add and change lot of things. I think that the movie looked like it was low budget. The actors were okay. The camera angles weren't bad, but they weren't exceptional. The plot, however, was all over the place. I think the movie would have been a little bit better if they had concentrated on the plot. I would give the movie a 3 out of 5. Duck v. Decorated Shed Duck: building is distorted to become more of a sculpture and symbol. Decorated Shed: building is not deformed and has ornementation and a sign The Pyramids of Egyp: Duck because there is no signage Quick Writes Alexandria egypt was special because it was very fertile. It was fertile because it was at the very end of the Nile river. The delta made it fertile. Greece had a negative impact on the environment. this is proven in the quote, "trapped and destroyed by a force of 310 Greek ships." (Emmons) This quote proves that greece had a negative effect because of the fact that they would have to use a lot of wood to make that many ships, and that was just one battle. Emmons, Jim Tschen. "The Trireme and Greek naval warfare." World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC-CLIO, 2013. Web. 5 Feb. 2013. McCaffery, Elisabeth. "Hephaestus." World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC-CLIO, 2013. Web. 5 Feb. 2013. "Odysseus...sees victory as his goal, no matter what the cost in temporary humiliation" (powell) Powell, Barry B. "The Hero Odysseus: Odysseus, the Man of Many Turns." World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC-CLIO, 2013. Web. 6 Feb. 2013. Works Cited Stockdale, Nancy. "Plato." World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC-CLIO, 2013. Web. 14 Feb. 2013. Stein-Hölkeskamp, Elke (Cologne). " Pyrilampes." Brill’s New Pauly. Brill Online , 2013. Lawson, Russell M. "Aristotle." World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC-CLIO, 2013. Web. 14 Feb. 2013. Haber, Katharine. "Socrates." World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC-CLIO, 2013. Web. 14 Feb. 2013. Frolov, E. D. “Vystuplenie i prikhod k vlasti Dionisiia Starshego.” Vestnik drevnei istorii, 1971, no. 3. Unus Pagina (McCaffery)
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