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National Party
- S.A.
- 1900s
- Party of White S.A.s
- Apartheid Policy - 1948-1994(Mandela Elected President!)
Julius Caesar
- Named himself Dictator for Life
- Ruined the Republic
- Was murdered on 15th (Ides) of March
Archaeology
The study of material remains and human remenates.
Draco
- Wrote first code of law
- Very harsh - Could get death penalty for minor crimes
- Written down - Everyone could see them.
- Applied equaly
Battle of Blood River
- South Africa
- During the Great Trek
- Boers vs. Zulus
- Zulus - Tribe of Natives
- Boers defeated Zulus
Monarchy
Government headed by king(s).
- Spartan Govt. was a dual monarchy (2 kings)
Homer
- Poet in Ancient Greece
- Know very little about him
- wrote Iliad and Oddsey
- First pieces of witten down liturature
Punic Wars
Rome vs. Carthage
- Rome wanted to expand
- Won control
- Hannibal Faught in 2nd one
- Won many battles
- But retreated
- Rome won
- Carthage Becomes weak
African National Congress (ANC)
- S.A.
- Black S.A.s against the National Party's Rule
- 1900s
- Nelson Mandela was a large part of it
- Peacefull Fighting untill The Spear of the Nation
Hannibal
Great Carthagean General of Army
- Hated Rome
- Faught Rome and won many battles
- Took armey over alps to get to Rome
- Lost many men
Heinrich Schleimann
- Archaelogist
- Discovered the location of Troy
- Used the Iliad and Oddesy
Solon
- 2nd Code of law
- Not as harsh
- Cancelled debt
- Cittizens could bring other cititizens to court
- Limited amount of land one person could own
- Created the council of 400 - Aristocracy
- Created the Athenian Assembly
Sharpeville Massacre
- S.A.
- Sharpeville
- Protest in front of police station
- Police Shot into crowd
- 700 Shots
- 69 Dead Black S.A.
- First public story - Photos and newspaper articles
Phillip II
Alexander the Great's Father
- Made a large army for Alexander
Devolopment of Apartheid
Continued to get worse as the ANC and other Blacks protested. Aresting banning shooting torturing etc
Lycurgus
Spartan - Came up with Idea for Totalorarian System
Great Trek
- Boers
- Mid 1800s
- Boers Fled British Rule
- South Africa
Democracy
- Place where people make decisions
- Vote on laws
- Athenian Assembly was a democracy
Apartheid
- Form of Government
- Means 'Seperation' in afrianers
- Policy of keeping blacks away and lower then whites.
- National Party
- ANC faught it
- 1948-1994
Creation of Hellenism
Alexander combined the Greek and Persian culture to create more unitaty.
- Married Persian Woman
- Traveled around his empire
- Encouraged persian and greek culture
- Wore Persian Clothes
- Perticipated in Persian and Greek Customs
Mandela's Ledership
- Didn't do it for himself, but for his people
- Wouldn't be releaced from prison as an exchange for making apartheid worse.
- Didn't want to use violence unless he had to
- Didn't care about what happened to himself, but what happened to his country
Greek Gods
Polytheism - Many gods
Had a god for everything
Nelson Mandela
- Black South African
- Fought for Freedom from apartheid
- Great Leader
- 1900s-
- Part of ANC
- Became President of SA
Assembly of Triber (Tribunes)
Made up of Tribuned (Elected by the citizens.
- Could Pass laws
- Declare war or peace
- Courts for cases involving death
Senate
Made up of wealthy nobles (Aristocrats) called patricians
- Proposed laws
- Controled $
- Try domestic crimes
- incharge in day to day operation of rome
Outflank
Tactic used by Alexander the Great.
- Would have horsemen go around to the back of the enemy and they would be surronded
Republic
Citizens elect leaders to represent them
- US
- Roman Republic
Spartan Society
Totaltarian Socitey - Strong emphaisis on war.
- Children were trained for war at young age
- Women were given more rights
Cleistheness
- Another code of law
- Every citizen was a member of the Assembly
- Could elect general for the army
- Could pass laws
Olympias
Alexander the Great's Mother
- Had him believe in Greek gods and customs
- Had Alexander read Iliad and Oddesy
- Hired Aristotle (Philosopher) to tutor Alexander. Taught many things.
Romulus & Remus
Brothers
- Faught for who would control Rome
- Romulus Won
Spear
Tactic used by Alexander the Great
- He and his men would charge at the enemy reckelssly like a spear.
- Enemy would fall away with fear.
Athenian Government
- All citizens perticipated in assembly
- Citizens elected generals for the army
Aristocracy
Form of Government where the nobles made the decisions.
- Roman Republic was partly a Aristocracy (Senators were nobles)
Consuls
2 Men
- Elected by Senate
- Like the American Executive Branch
- Carried Out laws
Patricians
Wealthy nobles
Plebeians
Norman Citizens
Phalanx
Military Tactic used by Philip II and then by Alexander the Great.
- Soilders would stand in a solid rectangle
- Spears and sheilds sticking out from all sides
- Could walk right through the emeny. Carve a hole in them
Phillip II
Alexander the Great's Father
- Made a large army for Alexander
- Started a war on Persia which he did not finish
Pericles Funeral Oration
- Athens
- End of Golden Age; start of Peloponnison War (1st or 2nd year)
- Funeral for Athenian Soilders who died in P. War
- Peracles compared Athens w/ Sparta.
- Per. LOVES Athens
- Ruled Athens for long time