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    Mexican, Greek, Egyptian or even Multicultural history that knowing your values from your own culture and from the culture that you live in. For me, I haven’t experienced any American history. I was born in Greece and I have experienced a lot in Greece about the Greek history. I have learned that Greek History from 800 B.C. – 500 B.C. which in that period was the ancient Greece with her poetry, the advanced art, technology and the most important the Greek political history like the Constitution. In Greek history I have experienced the proudness being Greek and what happened to the people who died in the war that period is a history of…

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    and influence the outcome of the battle or even war based on how effectively they respond.…

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    the American Revolution. History is made by Great People. The Father of history was a man by the name Herodotus who wrote about the Persian wars. The early revolt by the Ionians during the Persian Wars (499-494 B.C.) ignited the ideas of democracy, because of the fear of enslavement by the Persian King Darius I. The Greeks leader Miltiades resisted the Persians with a smaller number of soldiers by using strategic military tactics at the battle of Marathon. He strengthened his flank and lured…

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    coalitions in the Persian War, Themistocles of the Greeks and Xerxes of the Persians, in very different ways. Herodotus often points to how both men handle council and their own piety as a tool to depict what kind of men they are, and at times reinforces his own generalizations of the Greek and Persian people using these men as his proxy. Herodotus seems to accept the idea that men, as individuals, can shape great events, along with the gods. He lends this idea great weight through his…

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    The Parthenon’s Impact Past and Present “Every living being is an engine geared to the wheelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only by its immediate surrounding, the sphere of external influence extends to infinite distance.” In today’s society, we are affected by history from the past, which could be anything from World War II to the times of ancient Israel and the Savior’s ministry. The Parthenon is the former temple to the Goddess Athena and an ancient architectural structure…

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    In the 5th century B.C the Persian Wars raged the Mediterranean in attempt to conquer Greece. The Greek history was a series of battles fought between the Greece and Persia from 499 BC to 479 BC. The Persians were successful at invading but never conquered Greece. The Persian Empire was the largest and most powerful empire in the world and Greece had many cities states including the two main powerful states who were Athens and Sparta. This event all started when a few Greek city states who were…

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    The Persian wars occurred during 499–479. There are many factors including Greek colonization of Asia minor, the rise of the Persian empire, and the Ionian rebellion that all played a part in the conflicts started these wars. The end results however are the most important thing because they laid the groundwork for the golden age. During the 11th century the Greeks had flourishing colonies established in Asia minor. They were independent from both mainland and the ancient near East. However the…

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    The Histories Study Guide: Day 2 Motivations Behind The Histories Herodotus was primarily interested in describing the “known world”. For example, book 2 was originally a separate book about Egyptian customs, which he later inserted. His motive was to show how history is one continuous story, and how many different events are actually interwoven. One can read The Histories as an illustration of the different societies and cultures in the area with the Persian War…

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    journey of collecting research material for his Histories. It “…showed him that there was a corporate life, higher than that of the city”, according to Richard Claverhouse Jebb in his work, ‘The Tragedies’. Furthermore, Herodotus’s magnum opus acts as an exemplification of his understanding, as in book 3 chapter 38, he expresses, “For if it were proposed to all nations to choose which seemed best of all customs, each, after examination, would place its own first; so well is each convinced that…

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    and positioning Europe to be a major power throughout history. The Battle of Marathon was vital to the survival of Athens. After all, the invasion by the Persians was a strike of revenge against Athens for the city-state’s part in the Ionian Revolution. “Soon, other Ionian Greek cities joined the revolt. Athens was quick to lend support with both money and warriors, even helping the rebels to burn the regional capital, Sardis.” (Meyers 1). After the failure of the rebellion, the Persians were…

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