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Department
Classical Civilization
Course Code
CLCV 1002
Professor
Roger Blockley

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March 28 , 2014 Essay topics for the exam: − The origin and nature of the polis − The position and role of women at Athens − The origin and importance of the alphabet − The characteristics and importance of Greek tragedy Page 140 – map shows Alexander’s route of conquest Alexander and Darius III:  Apis: Egyptian god/city Persian Empire was a very loose entity, and the government, known as satraps, held all the  power.  Pg. 440 – 441: − Battle of Issus in 333, Darius only had to fight Alexander to a draw. Alex is putting him in a  position where he has to win (tactics). During the battle, it seemed to be going badly for the  Persians and Darius fled and abandoned his chariot and the boat. He also abandoned his  mother, wife and two daugh
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