History 301 Ancient Greeks Law Courts in Ancient Greek Society Socrates, Xenophon, Aristophanes

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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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History 301November 17, 2014Courts are most emblematic feature of Athenian democracySocrates: tried by Athenian popular courts, convicted and put to death by lethalpotions of hemlock- 399 BCSocrates portrait- face of the intellectual2nd half of 5th ce
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