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Transcript
Athens
Democracy & City Development
Test Information
A’s = 67
B’s = 179
C’s = 80
D’s = 13
E’s = 4
Average grade = 83
What’s New In Classics
25th Annual Greek Dance
When: Friday, Oct. 1, 7:30 to Midnight
Where: Gainesville Women’s Club
What: Greek Food, Dancing and Music
Please see me or Jon after class for
more information
Map of Greece
What did the city look like?
THE ACROPOLIS
How a hero used poetry . . .
Polis = Athens
Territory = Attica
Aristocratic control
Debt-slavery
I understand the
crisis and it fills my
heart with pain to
see the decline”
You who have
gained wealth in
excess, calm your
desire and temper
ambition . . .”
Solon the Athenian, 6th C BC
Draco’s written code
Injustice & Tyranny
Noble but poor
“It causes no shame
that I saved my
country and refused
to blemish my honor
by embracing
tyranny and force; I
am set apart from
all others by this.”
Who was Draco?
Family vs. State
Fixed justice system
New Reforms
Father of
democracy?
Debt slavery
Hectemorage
Who lived in Athens?
Citizens
Slaves
Metics
Xenos
Education
Palaistra
Music
Paidotribes
Peisistratus
Solon leaves Athens
Peisistratus seized
control
Rise of Cleisthenes
5th Century BC
Athens is a
democracy
But also an
aristocracy
Stable government
for next two
centuries
Who Ruled Athens?
Archons
Polemarch
Thesmothetai
Assembly
The Eupatrids
Nobles
Income-Based
Non-Eupatrids
“If one may criticize
the people in public,
they never would
have seen the things
I gave them, even in
dreams. Men of
superior status and
power should praise
me and call me a
friend . . .”
What does it mean to be a
Greek?
Democracy
Agriculture
Ships
Laws
Coming Next Week . . .
How did the Greeks
unite against a
common enemy
(Persia)?
Would the ancient
Athenians have
elected Arnold?