For close to 50 years (477 to 431 B.C.), Athens experienced a growth in intellectual and artistic learning. This period is known as the Golden Age of Athens. Drama, sculpture, poetry, philosophy, architecture, and science all reached new heights. However, soon a war between two of Greece's super powers will end this golden era for Athens.
1. Peloponnesian War: Athens and Sparta Go to War
a. Students were given a map with 7 corresponding questions over the Peloponnesian War.
These questions need to be answered for class today
b. These will be turned in through Showbie
c. Worksheet Attachment
2. Alexander the Great: 11 Years of Fury
a. The fall of the independent city-states
b. The fall of Alexander's brief empire as he dies without a
c. Alexander Handout
3. Study Guides will be handed out for Friday's Ancient Greek Test
a. Chapter 5 Study Guide
1. Identify three goals of Pericles
2. Understand Athens influence on Greek culture and its legacy