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Marathon
Place where Persians crushed the rebel cities in 490 bc
Phillip 2
Father of Alexander who brought all of Greece udner his control
Herodotus
historian who casts a critical eye on his sources
Sophocles
tragedy playwrite who wrote about the deaths
Thuycidies
historian hwo wrote about the Peloponnesian War
Sophocles
tragedy playwrite who wrote about the deaths
Thuycidies
Historian who wrote about eh Peloponnisian war
solon
wise and trusted leader who outlawed slavery and introduced reforms
Eratoashenes
showed trhat the earth was round and accurately calculated its circumfrance
Darius
King of persoa who fought in the Peloponnisian Wat against Athens
Schliemann
businessman who set out to prove that the Torjan war existed
Mycenaenans
conquered and overan Crete: sea traders who dominated the Aegean from 1400bc to 1200 bc
Pericles
a statesman who helped the economy thrive and the goernment become more democratic
Minoan
People who lived on Crete
Cleisthenes
reformer who broadened the role of ordinary citizens in government
Macedonia
backward, rugged land that was ruled by Phillip
Aristotle
Plato's most famous student who set up the Lyceum
Oligarchy
power is in the hands of the small people
Euripides
tragedy writer who survived the Peloponnesioan War
Trojan War
1250 bc
Periclean Age
460-429 bc
Pelopennasion War
431-404 bc
Founding of Rome
753 bc
Punic Wars
264-146 bc
Julius Caesar
48-44 bc
Pax Romana
27bc-180as endee with Marcus Aurelias
Fall of Rome
476 ad
Masada's Fall
73 ad
Josehpus
an eyewitness that wrote about Masada
Battle Numbers
900 jews vs 5000 romans
Polio
man who tells Claudius that his father was poisoned
Varus
general who lost 3 legions in Germany to the rebels