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Classical Civilization
Course
CLCV 1002
Professor
J.J.Gahan
Semester
Fall

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Terms 10131206SocratesSocrates one of the first Greek Philosophers He was the teacher of PlatoThere is nothing of his writing that have ever been foundall mention of his works come from PlatoXenophonHistorian soldier and philosopherHe wrote the surviving HellenicaHe also wrote and experienced the March of the Ten ThousandoWe took part in this expeditionoA group of Greek mercenaries went to dethrone the King of Persia After the battle of Cunaxa the soldier were lost and tried to find their way home There were completely lost until they sound the black sea and were able to return to Greece oArtaxerxes II was a king of PersiaoCyrus the younger he mounted the expedition in hopes to dethrone his brother Artaxerxes oBattle of Cunaxa the Greeks won but later found out the Cyrus was killed the fight was for nothingBattle of LeuctraThebans verses the SpartansThe Thebans which shattered Spartans immense influence over the GreeksEpaminondasA Theban generalHe transformed the Thebe citystate leading them out of Spartans rule and gave them a preeminent position in Greek politicsThe lead the Theban army again the Spartans during the Battle of LeuctraBattle of MantineaTyrant Machanidas Macedonian verses SpartaThe major land battle of the first Macedonian warPhilip IIHe was the king of MacedonHe spent his first years in slavery at ThebesHe is that father of Alexander the GreatHe was assassinatedoNo one know who exactly assassinated himoBelieves that it was the PersiansDemosthenesAn Athenian politicianHe was the enemy of king Philip IIWe would try and convinces his fellow Athenians that King Philip II was growing to strong and that they should act But by the time they acted it was too late
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