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Knossos
Minoan palace
Mycenaeans
Indo-European sea traders (Homer was one)
Trojan War
Economic rivalry between Mycenae and Troy; fought for control of straits (?) or legendary romantic reasons
*Greeks won
Geography of Greece
Mediterannean Sea- deep harbours and extensive sea trade
Insufficient farmland required colonialism elsewhere among the coastlines
Fragmented peninsula/mountainous barriers inhibit centralization of power
Autonomous city-states rather than centralized gov't
City-States
Athens and Sparta
Polis= city-state
Acropolis= "High city"
Athens
monarchy>aristocracy>tyranny>democracy
Solon
Cleisthenes
Pericles
Sparta
War.
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