History 301 Ancient Greeks Peisistratus, Cleisthenes, Miltiades, Lycurgus, etc.

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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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Peisistratus: 6th century tyrant of Athens. Instituted Panathenaic festival.Athenians wanted tyranny similar to Solon, so he was appointed. Ousted and exiledtwice. Megacles begged him to come back given that he married his daugter.Returned with Phye dressed as goddess to appear as if Athena was leading him backinto the city. Refused to impregnate the daughter. Wanted to strengthen theeconomy (agriculture and commerce)Cleisthenes: Athenian who is credited with reforming the constitution of Athensand making it democratic. Father of Athenian democracy. Changed politicalorganization
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