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Section Note Taking Transparency 64
Ancient Greece Section 3
Conflict in the Greek World
Athens is victorious at Marathon.
Greek city-states unite against
Victory in the Persian Wars leads
to a Greek alliance called the
Delian League.
Peloponnesian War
Athenian Democracy
Persian Wars
Under Pericles, the economy
thrives and the government
becomes more democratic.
Periclean Athens is a direct
Pericles believes that all citizens,
regardless of wealth or social
class, should take part in
A jury system exists; each jury
consists of hundreds or even
thousands of jurors.
Citizens can ostracize public
figures considered a threat to
the democracy.
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Greeks outside Athens resent
Athenian domination.
Greek world splits into rival
Enemies of Athens form the
Peloponnesian League.
The Peloponnesian War breaks
out between Athens and Sparta.
Fighting engulfs all Greece and
lasts for 27 years.
With help from the Persians,
Sparta defeats Athens.
The war ends Athenian
domination of the Greek world.