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History
Course
HISTORY 1M03
Professor
Sean Corner
Semester
Winter

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History 1M03- January 29, 2014 ­ Pentekontaetia: 479-431 ­ 470s: panhellenism: Greeks vs. barbarians ­ Defensive Spartans and proactiveAthenians o Spartan’s were conservative and inward people… keep the helots down o Spartan’s were fearful of foreign entanglements o Spartan’s were the leader of Peloponnesians  o Athenian decide to rebuild city and their walls o They realized that it was they that had to take the initiative and pursued the new  possibilities of naval power  ­ TheAthenian naval revolution: a standing navy o Standing fleet: Dedicated to constant scouting and keep control of theAegean Sea o Strongest naval power in Greece o Persian’s weren’t coming back anytime soon (Y) o Proposed that they would stand at the central of the naval alliance ­ Delian League: patrols and dues o Maintain and produce ally navy that together would have the power to do the job o To keep Aegean Sea under Greek power o Each member was to pay dues for the resources o Can contribute ships or money o Most chose to contribute money which had left the building and manship to the Athenians. They basically paid for the navy. o The lower class became a navy class: citizen sailors ­ Late 470s­460s: from alliance to Athenian domination  o Trying to quit the league was like abandoning the Greek cause to the Athenians o Athenians would use league fleet to prevent allies from quitting o Raising more and more dues to pay for the league o Contributions ▯ tributes paid by subjects o Athenians themselves began to debate if they began to look like their enemies, less  sufficient citizen state, tribute dependent militaristic empire, looking less like an  apolis: they were beginning to look like the Persians The Rise o
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