History 301 Ancient Greeks Sicilian Expedition, Alcibiades, Athenian Democracy

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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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November 12, 2014History 301Book 8 Thucydides narration falls offtook the fall metaphor for athletic fall 2.65demagogue leader of the peoplePericles urged Athenians to bide their time and build the navy- like Nicias8.1- When Athenians hear of their defeat in Sicily they become angry with the publicspeakers and feel hopeless. They dont give after their defeat but want to equip themselvesto make sure their alliesRevolt of the allies, Syracusans sent fleet to Peloponnesians and Persians decided to supportSpartans with money and ships- threatened AthensTreaty between Spartans and allies with Persian king and Tissapherneso Land that once belonged to the Persians shall remain the Persian- Spartans are givingaway Greek freedom8.45-47- Alcibiades is suspected and condemned (mutilation of the Herms), allowed to sail,then charged a
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