• TB --> pp. 122-127.
  • STUDY SHEET --> "Greek Philosophy."
  • Slides of Hellenistic art and architecture.

  • Create a "Compare & Contrast" chart on Hellenic versus Hellenistic Greece.


  • To explain why Philip, ruler of a relatively less developed Macedon, was able to conquer the classical cities of Greece.
  • To list some of the characteristics of Hellenistic culture.
  • To describe ways in which Alexander laid the foundations of Hellenistic civilization.
  • To show how Alexander, in establishing his empire, broke with Greek traditions and ideals.
  • To compare and contrast the basic characteristics of Hellenic and Hellenistic culture.
  • To list some of the scientific achievements and new schools of philosophy that were dominant during the Hellenistic Age.
  • To analyze reasons why the Hellenistic scientists did not start an industrial revolution.
  • To explain what happened to Alexander's empire after his death.
  • To support or refute the following statement:  Alexander the Great's achievements, though brilliant, did not last long.


  Hellenism   phalanx  Demosthenes   Alexandria
  cosmopolitan   Aristarchus   Ptolemy   geocentric theory
  Euclid   Eratosthenes   Archimedes   Stoicism
  Epicurianism      


   Be able to find and identify the following on a map of
   the Eastern Mediterranean and West Asia:
  • Mediterranean Sea
  • Black Sea
  • Red Sea
  • Caspian Sea
  • Persian Gulf
  • Arabian Sea
  • Alexandria, Egypt
  • Macedonia
  • Athens
  • Sparta
  • Mesopotamia
  • Jerusalem
  • Babylon
  • Susa
  • Persepolis
  • Persia
  • Arabia
  • Indus River
  • Tigris River
  • Euphrates River
  • Jordan River
  • Nile River
  • Bucephola
  • India

    

Multiple Choice

Multiple Choice