Slide list for History of European Civilization I greece



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  1. Global warming – the current phase began approximately 13,000 years ago

  2. Rock tool

  3. Cave paintings from Lascaux, France

  4. Neolithic pottery

  5. Fertile Crescent

  6. Stonehenge

  7. Cuneiform Gilgamesh

  8. Sargon (r. 2333-2279 BC)

  9. Phoenician ships and alphabet

  10. Mycenaean Greece

  11. Homer (ca. 8th century BC)

  12. Zeus

  13. Poseidon

  14. Hera, Nike, and Demeter

  15. Hercules and Nemean Lion

  16. Warriors on pottery

  17. Prometheus

  18. Hades and Persephone

  19. Aphrodite and Pan, Adonis and Aphrodite

  20. Temples to Nike and Apollo

  21. Boxer

  22. Racing men

  23. Discus thrower

  24. Phalanx

  25. Phalanx on pottery

  26. Persian Empire under Darius

  27. Persian Wars – Marathon

  28. Herodotus (484-425 BC)

  29. Themistocles (524-459 BC)

  30. Trireme

  31. Battle of Thermopylae 480 BC

  32. Battle of Salamis 480 BC

  33. Delian League

  34. Greek playwrights: Aeschylus (525-456 BC), Sophocles (496-406 BC), Aristophanes (456-386 BC)

  35. Greek theaters

  36. Pericles (495-429 BC)

  37. Athens

  38. Parthenon 5th century BC

  39. Athenian League and the Peloponnesian Wars

  40. Thucydides (460-395 BC)

  41. Greek construction diagram

  42. Greek orders

  43. Columns

  44. Columns

  45. Columns

  46. Modern example

  47. Venus de Milo

  48. Laocoon

  49. Dying Niobid

  50. Dying Gaul

  51. Nike of Samothrace – Winged Victory

  52. Boy and goose

  53. Dirce Punished

  54. Sculptural group

  55. Woman

  56. Pythagoras (569-475)

  57. Universe as Monochord

  58. Euclid (323-283) and geometry

  59. Archimedes (287-212) and his inventions

  60. Antikythera mechanism

  61. Protagoras (490-420) Sophists

  62. Antisthenes (444-365) Cynicism

  63. Diogenes in Clay jar with dogs

  64. Diogenes (412-323)

  65. Aristippus (435-355) Hedonism

  66. Pyrrho of Elis (365-275) Skepticism, Sextus Empiricus (pictured) a follower of Skepticism

  67. Carneades of Cyrene (214-129) Skepticism

  68. Zeno of Citium (333-262) Stoicism

  69. Epicurus (341-270) Epicureanism

  70. Socrates (469-399)

  71. Xanthippe

  72. Death of Socrates

  73. Plato (427-347)

  74. Aristotle (384-322)

  75. Aristotle’s syllogism

  76. Law of identity

  77. Aristotle, Alexander the Great (356-323), and his Empire

  78. Alexander and Porus

  79. Xenophanes of Colophon (431-355 BC)

  80. Library at Alexandria

  81. The Roman Empire was built upon Greek knowledge and accomplishments



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