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The Great Courses, Professor Jeremy McInerney, The Great's Ancient Greek Civilization CD Course The Teaching Company PDF

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On various occasions the Spartans formally expelled all foreigners (xenelasia), probably in order to prevent infection by new ideas. 2. Commerce was severely restricted by the use of cumbersome bars instead of coins. The Spartans feared that international trade would introduce new ideas into their state. 3. Laconian pottery was soon eclipsed by Attic pottery. 4. The vigorous tradition of choral poetry in Archaic Sparta failed to develop in the classical period, unlike at Athens. Suggested Readings Cartledge, P.

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Persian rule was, for the most part, neither cruel nor onerous. D. The final confrontation of Persia and Greece, in 490 and 480-79 BC, should be seen as the culmination of Persian territorial expansion. E. The idea that the wars represented a grand cultural clash between East and West emerged in fifth-century hindsight. © 1998 The Teaching Company Limited Partnership 43 At the time, the Greeks and Persians did not view their systems as antithetical. 1. In the sixth-century context, the Greeks were insignificant vis-à-vis the Persians in terms of territory, empire, and power.

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