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Copy of Ancient Greece Timeline


Lual Ateam

on 27 May 2010

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by : Lual
The First Olympics Greek Dark Ages 776 b.c. Homer Writes 700 b.c. Solon Reforms 564 b.c. Pisistratius takes power 547 b.c. 508 b.c. Democratic Revolution 492-490 b.c. First Peraisn Invasion King Darius was the
Persians king who was
in charge at this time 490 b.c. The Battle of Marathon Pheidippides- a runner - he runs
to Sparta and asked for their
assistance to help fight against
the Persian army
The Second Peraisn Invasion 480b.c.- 479b.c. Themistocles comes into power Rebuilding the Acropolis 447b.c. Golden Ages of Athens 460b.c.-429b.c. Delian League Pericles comes to power 450b.c. Parthenom Complete 438b.c. Athens goes to war with Sparta "Peloponesian War" 431b.c. Plauge in Athens 429b.c. Pericles dies Sicilian Campaign 415b.c. Homer lived in the 8th century b.c. He is a
legendary Greek poet. The Ancient Greeks
believed he was a historical individual but
no real biographical information was handed
down on him or his life. Overthrew Hippias, and Cleisthenes came into power for Athens and its people The Battle of Marathon was between the citizens of Athens. It was the clumination of the first attempt by Persia. The defeat at Marathon marked the end of the first Persian invasion of Greece, and the Persian force retreated to Asia. King Darius was known as Darius the Great, and was the third king of the Achaemenid Empire. He held Egypt and parts of Greece together. The downfall of his empire was result of his death. Themistocles was an Athenian polotician and General. He was one of a new breed of politicians who rose to prominence in the early years of the Athenian democracy, Xerxes I, also known as Xerxes the Great,
was the fourth Zoroartstrian king of the
Achamenid Empire. His reign was from
458- 465b.c. The Battle of Salamis was a naval battle fought between an Alliance of Greek city-states and the Achaemenid Empire of Persia in September 480b.c. Socrates He was a Classical Greek philosopher. Credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy, he is an enigmatic figure known only through the classical accounts of his students. Plato's dialogues are the most understanding accounts of Socrates to survive from antiquity. Pericles was a prominent and influential statesman, orator, and general of Athens during the city's Golden Age specifically, the time between the Persian and Peloponnesian wars. He was descended, through his mother, from the powerful and historically influential Alcmaeonid family. The Delian League was an association of 5th century BC Greek city-states under the rule of Athens, whose purpose was to continue fighting the Persian Empire after the Greek victory in the Battle of Plataea at the end of the Greco–Persian Wars. Athens surrenders 404b.c. Alexander the Great
conquers all of Greece Sparta and Persia
come together 413b.c. 337b.c. 1906 1917 Holocust was the worst
kind of poverty The Russian revolution
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