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Ancient Greece timeline

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Transcript of Ancient Greece timeline

Ancient Greece timeline
1400 BC
Seagoing people
trade among the
islands of Greece
1200
BC
The Trojan War
and the destruction of Troy
800 BC
Boys and girls train
to build a strong city in Sparta
776 BC
The first Olympics
at Olympia
Homer writes the Iliad
and the Odyssey
750-700 BC
505 BC
Cleisthenes introduces
democracy
in Athens
490 BC
The Battle of
Marathon
480 BC
The Battle of Thermopylae
Athens destroyed!
The Battle of Salamis
479 BC
The Battle
of Plataea
The Persian Wars
The Parthenon is completed
during the Golden Age
under the rule of Pericles
438 BC
431-404 BC
Peloponnesian
Athens
V.
Sparta
War
Socrates sentenced to death -
drinks poison
399 BC
356 BC
Alexander the Great, son of King Phillip II, is born
331 BC
Battle of Guagamela
Battle of Issus
333 BC
323 BC
Alexander the Great
dies in Babylon
Jesus is crucified -
Beginning of Christianity
A.D. 33
Alexander's superior military tactics insure the defeat of King Darius III of Persia
86 BC
Rome captures Athens
Rome captures Athens
Alexander controls southern Asia Minor
after decisive victory over Darius III
- It was the first time the Persian army had been defeated with the King (Darius III at the time) present.
492-449 B.C.
Doric
Ionic
Corinthian
(and the Ionian Revolt)
sarissas - 18 ft. bronze-
tipped lances
Doric
Ionic
Corinthian
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