History of Civ.

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  1. Series of wars between Athens and Sparta beginning in 460 B.C.
    Peloponnesian Wars
  2. Pact joined in 478 B.C. by Athennians and other Greeks to contine the war with Persia.
    Delian League
  3. The commander of the Athenian army who agreed to a peace of thirty years.
    Pericles
  4. Athens, dependent states, and the independent states allied to the empire.
    Athenian empire
  5. Under the leadership of Pericles, the Athenians evoloved the freest government the world had yet seen; Democratic Legislation, elections, and justice systems.
    Athenian democracy
  6. A Spartan leader who defeated Athens; he installed an aligarchic government in Athens.
    Lysander
  7. The tragedies always dealt solemnly with difficult questions of religion, politics, ethics, morality, or some combination of these.
    • Drama- Attic Tragedy
    • (Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides)
  8. have completed plays and wrote political comedies.
    Aristophanes
  9. Of Greek architecture, Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian, ahve had an enduring impact on Western architecture.
    The three orders (Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian)
  10. continued the speculation about the speculation about the nature of the cosmos; concept of basic elements
    Philosophers: Thales, Parmenides, Zeno, Empedocles
  11. A group of professional teachers who emerged in the mid-fifth century; traveled and tought pracitcal techniques of persuation as phetoric, dialectic, and arguementation.
    Sophists
  12. the writer of the first prose literature in the form of history; "The father of history"
    Herodotus
  13. the historian of the Peloponnesian War
    Thucydides
  14. founded a scientific attitude of the school of medicine.
    Hippocrates
  15. He was committed to the search for truth and for the knowledge about human affairs that he believed reason could discove; questioning and cross-examinination.
    Socrates
  16. founded the Academy, a center of philosophical investigation and a school for training statesmen and citizens.
    Plato
  17. founded the Lyceum(the school of the Peripaterics). He wrote on everything; his method began with observation of the empirical evidence.
    Aristotle

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