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Department
History
Course
HIST 010
Professor
Douglas Page
Semester
Spring

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Section 3 I. Classical Greece (500­388 B.C.E.) a. The Persian wars i. Ionian revolt ii. Darius I (492 B.C.E.( and Xerxes (480 B.C.E.) invade Greece iii. Boost in self­confidence of the Greeks, esp. Athenians b. Athenian Dominance and the Spartan Response i. Desire of Athenians to dominate Aegean ii. Beginning of rival leagues: Peloponnesian (Sparta) and Delian  (Athens) iii. The age of Pericles saw Athens grow into an economic power  w/Pericles promoting Athenian expansion and dominance iv. Sparta saw the spread of Athenian democracy as a threat to its own  system b. The Peloponnesian War (431­404 B.C.E.) i. Based on Spartan demand that Athens grant all Greek city­states  independence ii. The war between somewhat mismatched sides weakened all of  Greece iii. Conquest by Philip of Macedon began in 338 B.C.E. in part due to  a reimagined phalanx Sec
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