History 301 Ancient Greeks Important questions and terms for final exam

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Half of a semester's worth of notes taken for History 301: The Ancient Greeks. Notes were taken for the office of disabilities, so I tried as hard as possible to make them comprehensive and clear. The course included important Greek figures, events, literature, terms, and concepts.

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December 8History 301Questions for take-home section of final exam (choose ONE):I. The periphery not the center created Greek identity.Do you agree? Support your response with specific examples and evidence.II. According to the poet Hesiod, Justice (Dike) was the daughter of Zeus. Whatconnection does Zeus or other gods have with justice and judicial procedures inthe Greek world we have studied? Support you response with specific examplesand evidence.III. Biography and History: what is the difference?for this class to develop an answer.Use three of the Lives readFor the map
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