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Greek history

its problems and its meaning, with appendices on the authorities and on The constitution of Athens,

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        Paginationxvi, 87 p. :
        Number of Pages65
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479 — 336 BC The Classical Period — The Greek city-states fight furiously against each other and alliances are formed and broken; Athens is defeated by Sparta in 404; Sparta is defeated by Thebes in 371; and Philip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great, is elected leader of Greece in 338, only to be assassinated in 336.

The first organized communities were developed and basic Greek history became more advanced. 430 - A plague strikes Athens killing thousands including. Political Citizenship Remained Narrow And then, of course, there were all the other people in Athens who were completely cut off from political participation. "Politics" literally means "the things of the polis" where each city-state was independent, at least in theory.

Beautiful also portrayed in dazzling color animals—lions, elephants, eagles, and griffins—confronting each other, or representing Emperors gorgeously arrayed on horseback or engaged in the chase.

Research has suggested there were around 30 pathogens which caused the plague, and many people died, leaving scenes of devastation in the city. Some of the major Greek contributors to science lived during this time, including Euclid and Archimedes.

It was also around the 13th and 12th century BC that the Dorians invaded the Peloponnese and took over as a leading tribe with Sparta and Corinth as their main cities. Greek history remaining Achaeans preferred distant Macedon to nearby Sparta and allied with the former.

In 1834, King Otto transferred the capital to Athens. 1827 - The Ottoman Empire is defeated by Great Britain, France, and Russia at the Battle of Navarino.

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However, unlike the earlier Greek history societies the wealth was not distributed amongst the population. They joined with bankers, professional men, university students, and military officers, to demand reform and modernization of the political and economic system. The Resistance group seized control of Athens on 12 October 1944. The known anthropological and archaeological finds so far allow the division of the Palaeolithic in the Greek area into Lower 350,000-100,000Middle 100,000-35,000 and Upper Palaeolithic 35,000-11,000 BP.

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History of Greece from the Palaeolithic period to the modern days

He was just 32 when he died of malaria in 323 BC. This destructive conflict, which is chronicled by Thucydides, brought revolution to many cities and resulted in increasingly brutal acts perpetrated by both sides. The palace of Knossos was destroyed and rebuilt several times but the final catastrophy Greek history in 1200 BC when the temple of Rhea burnt. About My History of Greece The word Greekaccording to Aristotle, comes from the word Graikoi, which was the pre-historic name of the Hellenes.