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Tragedy vs. Comedy

  • Literature
  • Lots of people die vs. No one really dies
2

Odyssey

  • Literature
  • Digressive, light heart
  • More elaborate
  • Odysseus journey's for ten years
  • One-eyed giants, monsters, enchantresses, romantic girls, floating island, trip to underworld
  • Telemachus searching for him
  • Returns home disguised
  • Kills suitors of his faithful wife, Penelope
  • Revels himself, happy ending
3

Iliad

  • Literature
  • Somber, direct
  • Easier to understand
  • Final year of Greek siege of Troy
  • Poem ends before Trojan Horse
  • Theme: Human responsibility
4

Agamemnon

  • Literature
  • Iliad
  • Greek leader
  • Prize girl is taken back by her dad/a priest
  • Takes Achilles' girl
5

Achilles

  • Literature
  • Iliad
  • Greek warrior
  • Girl gets take by Agamemnon
  • Pouts
  • Best friend dies
  • Starts to fight again
  • Kills Hector and disrespects body
  • Gives body back to Priam, Hector's dad
6

Hector

  • Literature
  • Iliad
  • Trojan warrior
  • Kills Patroclus
  • Killed by Achilles
  • Body mutilated
7

Priam

  • Literature
  • Iliad
  • Trojan Priest
  • Hector's dad
  • Asks Achilles for his body back
8

Patrocles

  • Literature
  • Iliad
  • Greek
  • Achilles' best friend that is killed by Hector in battle
9

Oedipus

  • Literature written by Sophocles
  • "Son" of King Polybus and Queen Merope
  • Actual son of King Laius and Queen Jocasta
  • From Corinth
  • Takes over Thebes
10

Jocasta

  • Literature
  • Oedipus' mom/wife
  • Hangs herself
11

Macedonia

  • Alexander The Great
  • Alex's dad, King Philip, rules this place
  • Phil is assassinated
12

Creon

  • Literature
  • Queen Jocasta's brother
  • Takes Oedipus' children
13

Antigone

  • Literature (Tragedy)
  • Antigone's bros fight to be king, one gets buried
  • Antigone buries the other
  • Antigone commits suicide
  • Antigone's BF commits suicide
  • Antigone's BF's mom commits suicide
  • Five dead
14

Hippolytus

  • Literature (Tragedy)
  • Hippo loves Artemis
  • Aphrodite is mad
  • Hippo's stepmom is cursed to fall in love with Hippo
  • Stepmom commits suicide
  • Hippo is banished and killed by sea monster
  • Two dead
15

Medea

  • Literature (Tragedy)
  • Medea's husband leaves her for hot girl
  • Medea kills hot girl
  • Medea kills hot girl's dad
  • Medea kills her two kids
  • Four dead
16

Lysistrata

  • Literature
  • Cookies (lol)
17

Tragedy vs. Comedy

  • Literature
  • Tragedy: Lots of people die
  • Comedy: No one really dies
18

Sappho

  • Literature
  • First woman to leave literary record of herself
  • Born on Lesbos
  • Wife, mother, poet, teacher
  • Affection between herself and pupils was obvious
  • Nature of this debated (lesbian)
19

Herodotus

  • Literature
  • First Greek historian
  • Writes nine books, "History of Persian Wars"
  • Great storyteller
  • Called the "Father of History"
20

Egypt

  • Alexander The Great
  • Alexandria in this place
  • This group wanted to be led by Alex
21

Plato

  • Philosophy
  • His pupil, Aristotle, record teachings of Socrates
  • "Apology" is defense of Socrates
  • "Crito" explains refusal to leave prison
  • "Phaedo" account of last day
  • After execution, Plato leaves Athens
  • Returns and founds the "Academy"
  • Writings deal with construction of ideal society
    • Careful breeding of children
    • Censorship of music and poetry
    • Abolition of private property
22

Macedonia

  • Alexander The Great
  • Alex's dad, King Philip, rules this place
  • Phil is assassinated
  • Where Alex is from
23

Allegory of the Cave

  • Philosophy written by Plato
  • Chained in the cave story
  • Representing being a philospher
24

Ring of Gyges

  • Philosophy written by Plato
  • Ring that makes you invisible
  • "Take away the fear of punishment, and the 'just' and the 'unjust' person will both behave in the same way: unjustly, immorally."
25

Phaedo

  • Philosophy
  • Socrate's death
  • Crying men (finger)
  • Socrates was "pumped" about finding out what after death is
26

Darius I/Xerxes

  • Persian War
  • Darius I
    • Persian King
    • Defeats Rebellion
    • Punishes cities that fought him
    • Athenians defeat them at Battle of Marathon
  • Xerxes
    • Darius' son
    • Defeats Spartans and Athens
    • Greek navy defeats Persian navy
27

Leonidas

  • Persian War
  • Spartan leader
  • Died at the Battle of Thermopylae
28

Alexandria/museum

  • Alexander The Great
  • Alex founded many cities called this
29

Thermopylae

  • Persian War
  • 300 Spartans led by Leonidas vs Persian Empire led by Xerxes
  • Bottleneck technique
  • Three days long
30

Plato

  • Philosophy
  • His pupil, Aristotle, record teachings of Socrates
  • "Apology" is defense of Socrates
  • "Crito" explains refusal to leave prison
  • "Phaedo" account of last day
  • After execution, this person leaves Athens
  • Returns and founds the "Academy"
  • Writings deal with construction of ideal society
    • Careful breeding of children
    • Censorship of music and poetry
    • Abolition of private property
31

Hubris

  • Persian War
  • Too much confidence that leads to a bad outcome
32

Peloponnesian War

  • Athens vs. Peloponnesian League led by Sparta
  • End to Golden Age
33

Alexander The Great

  • Fair skinned
  • Becomes king at 20
  • Fights the Persians under Darius II
  • Conquers a LOT
  • Died at 33 and left his name to the "strongest"
  • Phalanx, porcupine fighting
34

Macedonia

  • Alexander The Great
  • Alex's dad, King Philip, rules
  • Phil is assassinated
35

Phalanx

  • Alexander The Great
  • Porcupine setup
36

Darius III

  • Alexander The Great
  • Offers provinces to Alex but he refuses
  • Is assassinated by his own man
  • Alex executes assassin
37

Persian Empire

  • Alexander The Great
  • Alex fought for them under Darius III
38

Persepolis

  • Alexander The Great
  • Persian capital
39

Achilles

  • Literature
  • Iliad
  • Greek warrior
  • Girl gets taken by Agamemnon
  • Pouts
  • Best friend dies
  • Starts to fight again
  • Kills Hector and disrespects body
  • Gives body back to Priam, Hector's dad
40

Alexandria/museum

  • Alexander The Great
  • Founded many cities called Alexandria
41

Protogeometric art

  • Art
  • Simple, bold designs
  • Circles, semicircles
42

Geometric art

  • Art
  • Linear design
  • Order and balance
  • Show development of realism
43

Kore

card image
  • Art
44

Kourus

card image
  • Art
45

Black-figure technique

  • Art
  • Scratch off the paint on pottery
46

High-relief

card image
  • Art
47

Low-relief

card image
  • Art
48

Red-figure style

  • Art
  • Paint around designs on pottery
49

Peloponnesian War

  • Athens vs. Sparta
  • End to Golden Age
50

Ionic

  • Art
  • Feminine columns
51

Darius I/Xerxes

  • Persian War
  • 1.
    • Persian King
    • Defeats Rebellion
    • Punishes cities that fought him
    • Athenians defeat them at Battle of Marathon
  • 2.
    • Darius' son
    • Defeats Spartans and Athens
    • Greek navy defeats Persian navy
52

Parthenon

  • Art
  • Athena worship place on top of Acropolis
  • Destroyed in explosion caused by stored gunpowder
53

Archaic smile

card image
  • Art
54

Polis

  • Vocab
  • city-state
55

Greek Mythology

  • Vocab
  • Greek religion
56

Ethos

  • Vocab
  • Music can influence human behavior
57

Democracy

  • Vocab
  • A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives
58

Sophocles

  • Literature
  • Wrote 123 plays (7 survive)
  • Less positive view on life
  • Choice between good and evil is not always obvious

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