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1 Ancient Greek Warfare Persian Wars, Peloponnesian War, and Alexander the Great

2 Greek Warfare l Hoplite armed men l Large 3 foot shield (Hoplon) protected his left side l The other side was protected by the hoplite s shield to the right. l Thrusting spear 6 8 ft long (2 sided)

3 Battle Formations Phalanx line of hoplites 8 men deep Shields interlock, march forward

4 Greek Phalanx

5 Phalanx holding the line at Thermopylae

6 Persian Wars BCE l Written by the first Greek historian, Herodotus l Defined the word History = Investigation l Stories are embellished l Allies States that agree to help each other against a common enemy l Athens, Sparta and other Greek city-states l Persians Iranian tribe that conquered Mesopotamia, Asia Minor, Egypt, and parts of India and Europe. l Excellent archers

7 Persian Empire: 525 B. C.

8 Ionian Revolt l 546 BCE, Persians conquered Greek settlements in Ionia (Turkey) l Forced to pay taxes and serve in the Persian army l 499 BCE, Ionians asked Greeks for help. l Tattooed a secret message in a slave s head and sent him to Greek mainland. l Sparta refuses, Athens helps briefly, then leaves l Persians destroy Ionian city of Miletus

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10 Post Ionian Revolt l Persian King Darius decides to conquer Greek mainland. l Sends messengers to ask for submission l Asked for Greek earth and water l Athenians and Spartans threw them into pits and wells telling them to, take what they wanted. l This meant war.

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12 Battle of Marathon l King Darius sails an army of 20,000 + cavalry (crash at Mt. Athos) l Land on the plain of Marathon. l Facing 10,000 Athenians led by Miltiades. l Miltiades attacks while horses are out to pasture l Dead: 192 Athenians vs. 6,400 Persians l Persians sail to Athens l Messenger runs 26.2 miles to Athens to prepare for Persians. Tells them, Nike! then drops dead l Athens ready for Persians

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15 Battle of Thermopylae l Darius son, Xerxes gets 180,000 troops to invade Greece. l Army marched over floating bridge over the Hellespont l 10,000 troops dig canal for Navy to avoid Mt. Athos l Greeks debate defensive strategies l Athens navy l Spartan King Leonidas led the army

16 Battle Sight Today l In ancient times the coastline was where the modern road lies, or even closer to the mountain

17 Battle of Thermopylae (cont.) l Thermopylae is a narrow pass between the mountains and the sea north of Delphi l 6,000 Greeks drove back 180,000 Persians l Greek traitor, Ephialtes tells Xerxes the back route to surround Greeks l Leonidas knows its over, sends army home l 300 Spartans stay to delay the Persians l Fight to the death l Arrows will blot out the sun. We will fight in the shade

18 Animated View of Thermopylae

19 Illustration of the Battle

20 Post Thermopylae l Athenians heard of slaughter and fled. l Athens destroyed.

21 Battle of Salamis l Athenian Navy set a battle site at Salamis l Again, narrow channels l Greeks sent a loyal slave to Xerxes. Told him an Athenian general wanted to change sides. Convinced him to attack immediately. l Greeks retreated, before attacking l Led them into the channel. l Greek ships armed with rams in the front sunk 300 Persian ships. l Greeks lost 40 ships

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23 End of the Persian Wars l Xerxes attacked next spring l Spartans feared Athenians would make peace after the destruction of their home. l Athens declared common brotherhood with Greeks. They would fight! l 479 BCE Battle of Plataea l 80,000 Greek hoplites destroyed the Persian army. No more threat! l Greeks lost thousands, city of Athens, but they rebuilt.

24 Golden Age of Athens l BCE Athens was the artistic and cultural center of Greece. Parthenon was pinnacle of architecture Theatre of Dionysus The Agora was the home of philosophers such as Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle Olympic Games to honor Zeus l All funded by The Delian League

25 Alliances Between City-States l After the Persian War, Sparta and Athens started to mistrust each other. l l The Delian League included Athens and other city-states on the Aegean coast and on islands in the Aegean Sea. The Peloponnesian League, led by Sparta, included most of the Peloponnesus peninsula and Macedonia.

26 Peloponnesian War l The rivalry between the two city-states erupted in the Peloponnesian War, which Sparta won. l Fighting made the Greeks weak and vulnerable.

27 Macedonia l Philip II of Macedonia sees weakness in Greeks. l Philip conquers most of Greek mainland l His son, Alexander takes throne at age 20 l Studied under Aristotle as a youth. l Alexander wants to fulfill Philip s goal of conquering the Persians l Invades Asia Minor first l If they fight, their city is destroyed. If they surrender, they get to keep gov t and leaders

28 Alexander the Great l Philip's son Alexander (later called the Great ) combined the Greek and Macedonian armies into a massive fighting force l In 334, he crossed into Asia Minor. In the next 10 years he conquered the entire Persian Empire, which included eastern Mediterranean countries as far as Egypt and extended inland as far as India. l After Alexander died in 323 B.C. his empire was divided but he had planted Hellenistic culture throughout the eastern Mediterranean region.

29 Alexander s Empire 323 B.C.E.

30 Hellenistic Kingdoms l Egypt under the Ptolemies ( B.C.), l Syria under the Seleucids ( B.C.) l Macedonia and Greece under the Antigonids ( B.C.). l Greek culture flourished in the new Hellenistic cities such as Antioch in Syria, and Alexandria in Egypt.

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