Changes in Greek Government between 1500-300 B.C.
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Ancient Greece [ushistory.org]

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claudia patino's curator insight, February 24, 2014 8:40 PM

Amazing how archeologist from other countries want to search answers from other countries history. An example is how Americans are in excavations in Greece. I have a great respect for the Greek for inventing many ideas and culture that I witness in the states.

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This briefly talks about the two major group of real greeks, the Minoans and the Mycenaeans.  There was not a lot of information because they did not document their lifestyle as much. 

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Talks about democracy of Ancient Greece

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Everyday Life in Ancient Greece, 4th Century BC

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Eye witness account of Ancient Greece...

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account of what it was like to live in ancient greece during the 4th century

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Joshua Lefkowitz's curator insight, February 28, 2014 7:24 PM

It is undeniable that the lives of the ancient Greeks  were different than that of our own; however the glimpses do help to make their world seem a little less foreign.. As a result people often realize that in some ways they really weren't that different from ourselves.

Karina Moreno's curator insight, April 11, 2014 8:22 PM

Another reason, why I have always found ancient Greece history fascinating is because they were such well develops cities in their ancient times.  While other cities around them barely had a stable system to run their cities, most of Greece by then has a well establish economy, military, and government.  Investigating artifacts and scrolls has given a small glimpse of their everyday life.  In cities, such as Athens, men were the only citizens while women were not; women were to be at home and bear chidrens.  About a quarter of the population were slaves that were prisoners of war from the battles the city won, and these slaves were the ones that sustain the economy by doing the labor work.  Most of the Greek life were enjoyed by art, philosophy, food, and other entertainment.

Jessica Bowman-Shorter's curator insight, May 2, 2014 5:00 PM

talks about ancient Greek life

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ANCIENT GREEKS: Who Were They? 1 / 2 (720p)

ENTIRE PLAYLIST https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68P6aLRTin0&list=PLbyAKmZZkEEbBu_GxiZAmM8DKz7Qm_Bgg.
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Facts About Ancient Greece

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Student have written about Ancient Greece for other students. 


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Aaronee's curator insight, February 20, 2014 6:29 PM

The first civilization in the Mediterranean area was the Minoan Civilization. The Minoans were very skilled architect and built palaces. Around 1600 B. C. the Mineoans became weak and the Greeks, who were called Mycenaens after their largest city Mycenae, became stronger.

claudia patino's curator insight, February 24, 2014 7:51 PM

Apparently the Greece and Egypt traded frequently. Look sing at a map those two countries had to cross the meditate rain sea. How did these countries discover each other and what they had to trade. I wounded what country travels to the other one first; and if they had different cultural views on the greek gods. 

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Cyprus: A Modern History - Hurriyet Daily News

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Hurriyet Daily News Cyprus: A Modern History Hurriyet Daily News Mallinson describes the illegal Turkish invasion as a “brutal affair,” in which more than 200,000 Greek Cypriots were driven south, most Turks in the south were driven north, and over...
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Education, Research, and Government in the Ancient Greek World | Gresham College

Education, Research, and Government in the Ancient Greek World | Gresham College | Changes in Greek Government between 1500-300 B.C. | Scoop.it
What is the purpose of education, who should provide it and who is its primary beneficiary: the person educated, or society as a whole?
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explains how the greeks used education to further their way of life

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Forms of Government in Ancient Greek City States

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The emergence of political systems during the Archaic period led to a variety of different forms of governance among the many city states in Ancient Greece.
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Sparta

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Sparta was one of the most important Greek city-states throughout the Archaic and Classical periods and was famous for its military prowess.

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Anthony Tran's curator insight, May 1, 2014 11:49 PM

article about sparta city state

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Ancient Greece 101 - An Empire of City-States - Vook

This is the "An Empire of City-States" video from "Ancient Greece 101: The Animated TextVook". To learn more about this or other titles from Vook, please vis...
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short video explaining the Greek city-state system.

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Jose Dominguez's curator insight, May 16, 2014 11:43 PM

A quick, but still very informational video about a few different city-states in Greece. Even though the city-states were separate they still had some similarities. They would even fight in wars together like one nation.

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Amyntas III Macedonian Northern Greece King Authentic Ancient Greek Coins

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Mycenaean Linear B: Progressive Grammar and Vocabulary

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Comparison of the Western Greek alphabet with archaic and classical Etruscan variants. (Comparison of the Western Greek alphabet with archaic and classical Etruscan variants.

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War was central to Minoan civilization

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Research from the University of Sheffield has discovered that the ancient civilisation of Crete, known as Minoan, had strong martial traditions, contradicting the commonly held view of Minoans as a peace-loving people.

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The ways in which war effected Minoan society and government

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Ancient Greece Civilizations Crash Course

Ancient Greece Civilizations, crash course project by Molida You and Alexa Caldwell. Hope u enjoy :)

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David Walp's curator insight, April 25, 2013 2:22 PM

Very solid narrated PPT overview Ancient Greece

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CNN: Knossos among the 7 most fascinating ancient cities | ellines.com

CNN: Knossos among the 7 most fascinating ancient cities | ellines.com | Changes in Greek Government between 1500-300 B.C. | Scoop.it
The world tends to celebrate the ingenuity and strength of great civilizations that have flourished by successfully subduing nature.
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The Ancient Greece

Histore, Art, Architecture and more about the Ancient Greece...

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Minoan Art at Knossos

I made the video below before I was able to do more research. It turns out the the Minoan civilization probably did not end because of tsunami's and an erupt...
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Inside the Acropolis Museum - Castanet.net

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Inside the Acropolis Museum
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The museum, just outside the ancient Acropolis site, is Greece's most popular, attracting about 1 million visitors every year. ...
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Rise of Democracy- Government in Ancient Greece

A brief lecture on the rise of Greek democracy.
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video describing how democracy came to be

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ATHENS -- DAWN OF DEMOCRACY -- Episode-1&2 -- Part 1/10

As Athenian democracy progressed, it became embroiled in the clash of new ideas with old beliefs; Athens started to tear itself apart. The story culminates i...
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Ancient Greece

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Between 800 and 500 B.C., Greek city-states spread from the Mediterranean to Asia Minor and from North Africa to the Black Sea.

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Joy Kinley's curator insight, January 12, 2014 11:19 PM

Greece is the birth place of democracy.

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Mycenaean palace, Linear B tablets found near Sparta

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Until recently, Laconia was regarded an exception in the map of the Peloponnese Mycenaean palaces, even though –according to myth– its queen, Helen, was the cause of the Trojan War (the Homeric epics are an important source of information about the...

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