What three areas was a great time of advancement for the fifth century BC in Greece?
Classical Greece was advanced in medicine, mathematics, and science.
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Philip II of Macedonia but as a Greek himself he never conqueredGreeks or Greece in the context that this loaded question implies.Philip II united Greece (Hellas), under Macedonian Hegemony andtogether they conquered Persia. Quote: It is difficult to imagine thatPhilip II's policy toward Greece wa…s an end in itself. Once hisBalkan borders had been secured his general course seems to havebeen directed toward the establishment of stability in Greece, NOTCONQUEST. ~E.N.Borza, "On the Shadows of Olympus" (Princeton: PrincetonUniversity Press, 1990) page 230 (MORE)
What great leader from ancient Macedonia conquered Greece in the 300's BC and became the ruler of Europe's first great empire?
Alexander the Great became the ruler of Europe's first empire butit was his father that united Greece under Macedonian hegemony withplans for a campaign to liberate the Greeks of Asia Minor fromPersian yoke under his leadership. Whenever a Greek state became supreme, that supremacy entailed thedepre…ssion of some states and the dependency or subjection ofothers like Athens, in the day of her triumph did to Athens in thePeloponnesian Wars. As the eminent historian, J.B. Bury writes,"Athens was reduced to a secondary place by Macedon, and Thebesfared still worse; As the hegemony or first place among Greekstates had passed successively from Athens to Sparta, and toThebes, so now it passed to Macedon". Alexander took up the mantle of Philips campaign after hisassassination and went on to conquer the Persian Empire whichspanned three continents - from Greece in Europe, through Asia totoday's Afghanistan, Iran, through the south to Egyp and finally toPakistan and India. (MORE)
The three most significant events in Greece in the 5th century BCE are: A/ The first Persian - Greek war at 490 BCE - Persian leader Darius I who was defeated by the Greeks at the battle of Marathon by the army of the Athenians and Plataeans under the leadership of Miltiades. B/ The second Per…sian - Greek war at 480 BCE - Persian leader Xerxes who had three battles with the Greeks at Artemisium an inconclusive battle at sea, the battle of Thermopylae where the Greeks were defeated and the battle of Salamis where the Persian fleet was destroyed. These two events stopped the expansion of the Persian Empire to the west and most probably made possible the future developments in the area that lead to the modern civilization. C/ Then Pericles becomes the ruler of Athens and reconstructs the Acropolis of Athens and Parthenon is build [447 - 438 BCE]. Philosophy, science, technology, arts and education reach new hights. Then a long 30 years war took place [431 - 404 BCE] between Sparta and Athens and their allies in the Aegean and the Mediterranean seas [Sicily and South Italy]. This war is known as the Peloponnesian war that left both ruling cities [Athens and Sparta] weak and unable to defeat the new coming powers of Greece the Makedonians. (MORE)
Any civilization's Golden Age is deep in its mythical past immemorial. The Golden Age of the Greeks probably refers to the late Stone Age, before the invention of metal weapons.
In the fifth century BC the Phoenician Himilco. Though not muchabout Himilco is known, it is known that he also explored thecoastal areas of France, Spain, and Portugal.
The fourth century Greek historian was Xenophon (355 BCE). Thegreat Greek historian, Herodotus, was writing during the 5thcentury BCE.
well as i found in my history book it was because : overseas trade slowed and poverty took hold. Farmers grew only enough food to meet their own family's needs. People also stopped teaching others how 2 write or do craftwork. Also Greeks had forgotten their written language and how 2 make many thing…s. As a result historians call this time the DARK AGE. (MORE)
Mainly wars and expansion 386BC - the sack of Rome by the Gauls 341BC - revolt of the latin league 326-304BC - great samnite war
Much of the background of The Iliad which, although setin the 12th Century BCE, was actually written down in the later 8thCentury BCE after cursive writing was introduced, and containsreflections of real 8th Century conditions in Greece. This gives clues on the political structure of the second h…alf ofthe 8th Century. Although the Iliad narrative lists kings, thereare interludes in which the people are supreme, calling a councilto determine courses of action to direct the war leaders. So we cangather that the imagined kings of the 8th Century were mostly greatwarriors who were hired by a community to provide protection forthe farmers who made up the community, and lead them in defence oftheir property. Although living a grand life in the fortress theymaintained as a refuge for the people when they were invaded, theywere appointed, paid and dismissed by the people according toperformance. So it was close to being a limited democracy comprisedof the landowners, big and small, who made up the citizen body. Butthis was not 'Greece' - it was each individual and independentcommunity in the Greek world. As richer landowners gained influence and power, they replacedthese guardians, and so an aristocracy/oligarchy succeeded togovern in the 7th Century. (MORE)
if it is 5th century AD then it is at least 400 years after bc or bce
USSR, China and USA in the late century it really depends on which part of the century.
ancient greece was ,ade by the majo cities athens,sparta and someting else can any one tell me
What events in the Hellenic world precipitated the Macedonian takeover at the end of the fifth century BC?
The Greek city-states were at constant warfare with each otherduring and following the Peloponnesian War. Weakened, they couldnot stand up to Macedonia's expansion into Greece.
Why did many greek city-states encourage migration to areas outside of Greece during the 8th and 7th centuries BC?
Ease discontent caused by a maldistribution of land and an increase in poverty. ( :
it solved the issue of how people were going to be represented in government. the three fifths compromise stated that three out of five southern blacks would count as people, and the great compromise set up the bicameral houses of legislation. the house representation based on population, and the se…nate giving each state two representatives. (MORE)
After the defeat of the Persian Empire in the fifth century BCE,Greece entered its Golden Age. Under Pericles, it moved itscapital, put half of its citizens on the government payroll,established itself as the dominant naval power, and built theAcropolis.
The great compromise was a plan thought of by Roger Sherman during the constitutional convention. The small and large states were debating over whether places in the legislature would be awarded based on population. The large states wanted it to be based on population so that they would have more re…presentatives, but the small states thought they would be outvoted. Roger Sherman suggested that there be two houses in the legislative branch. Seats in the lower house (House of Representatives) would be awarded based on population, but seats in the upper house (Senate) would be equal for each state (2 senators) no matter how big it was. This idea was passed. . The three-fifths compromise came up when states were arguing about whether slaves should be counted in the population of the state. Southerners wanted them to be counted because they had a lot of slaves, but northerners didn't have as many and argued that since they couldn't vote, they shouldn't be counted. It was agreed that three fifths of the slaves in a state would be included in the state's population. That means that if a state had 5,000 slaves, 3,000 of them would be counted. (MORE)
After invading India, Alexander the Great's troops were becominginsubordinate. They had not been home in twelve years and weredisgusted by Alexander's adoption of eastern customs.
After the Persians threat subsided, Athens converted the DelianLeague which it led against the Persian Empire into an empire ofits own, using the funds on itself. . It used the money for; . a. buildings, . b. cultural events and scholarship, . c. putting half its citizens on the public payroll. …. A Golden Age indeed, using other peoples' money. (MORE)
2 and 1/2, also 5/2, times 3/5 is 15/10, which reduces to 1 and 1/2.
Area of the circle will = 3/5*pi*radius 2 Area = 3/5*pi*15 2 = 424.1150082 square feet
Three eighths is 3/8 two fifths is 2/5 3/8 x 2/5 =2x3/8x5=6/40=3/20 3/20 is the ans
Answer: 3/3x 2/5=90/15. How To solve the problem: 3/3 x 2/5 1. Find the GCM (Greatest Common Multiple) (3)3,6,9,12,15-(5)5,10,15= 15 2.Multiple 3X5=15,Then Multiple the top number(3)by 5=15Combined=15/15 3.Multiple 5X3=15,Then Multiple the top number(2) by 3=6 Combined=6/15 4.Multiple the two …new factors(15/15 X 6/15) 5.Then you get the answer... 90/15 (MORE)
Why did the Senate vote to establish a republic and never again allow a king to rule Rome during fifth century BC?
He was a tyrant and was violent against the Romans. That is one reason for the abolishment of the monarchy. The Romans established the republic to avoid this tyranny of a one man rule. However you should know that there was no senate in the time of the kings. The senate was the group of patricians l…ed by Lucius Brutus who took office after the king was driven out. (MORE)
Ephorus of Cyme (in Asia Minor) in the 4th CenturyBCE wrote a universal history of Greece from the Dorian conquest to340 BCE in 29 books. His son Demophilus added a 30th book.Unfortunately most has not survived - we have excerpts andquotations. He is credited with being the first to write a univer…sal history,however this is an exaggeration as he limited it to the Greekworld, and universal means more than just the Greek part ofhistory. (MORE)
3/5 * 2/3 = (3*2 / 5*3) = 6/15 = 2/5 = 0.4 or 2/3 of 3 = 2 so 3/5 becomes 2/5
Phillip II of Macedonia. After his assassination, his young sonAlexander had to put down an uprising before he went off to Asia tocarry out his father's planned takeover of the Persian Empire.
The story of Oedipus would seem probably to the audience in fifth century BC because the plays that were written then, the audience would already be familiar with them as that was the way greek plays & theater worked.
The three fifths compromise is a compromise that states three fifths of slave population would count as representation in congress and three fifths taxation of property.
3 3/5 times 4 2/5 = 15.84 or 396/25 If you change it to a decimal it would be 3.6 times 4.4 = 15.84 If you changed it to improper fractions it would be 18/5 times 22/5 = 396/25 = 15.84
Why did many Greek city states encourage migration to areas outside of Greece during the 8th and 7th centuries BC?
The land in Greece is not the greatest for farming. So some Greekssettled in other lands to farm and trade.
Roger Sherman and Oliver Ellsworth proposed the Great Compromise. Roger Sherman and James Wilson proposed the Three-Fifths Compromise
Well from my knowledge, it caused the French Revolution, and madeall turtles flip over on their backs. Also the earthquake of 1944was a result of this.
The great compromise and the three fifths compromise are related to the population because........................................................every one in states agreed to thing that the stated..
6 x 3/5 = 6/1 x 3/5 = (6 x 3) / (1 x 5) = 18 / 5 or = 3 3/5
This can be solved in two (or three) steps. 1. Convert each of the fraction to an improper fraction. 2. Multiply the numerators - put the answer into the numerator of the result. Similar with the denominators. 3. Simplify the result. (You can also simplify before doing the actual multiplication).
The answer is Gelic, Tribaba and The wowa tribe. they spoke ookga booka. in the 5th centry
Which statement descibes a similarity between the Greco-Persian Wars of Fifth Century BC and World War 2?
War is vicious and destructive of people, bringing destruction andhuman misery without providing a durable outcome of peace.
The answer to one half times five and three fifths is 2.8. To make it easier, take the fraction of three fifths, and convert it into decimal form, which is 0.6. Add 5 to that. Take the fraction of one half and convert that into decimal form, which is 0.5. Now multiply 0.5 and 5.6, and you get your a…nswer. (MORE)
It was a great time for endless wars and slaughter and all thedisaster and deprivation which comes with it. There were also windows of cultural advancement in art, the arts,building and philosophy.
3 Ã 3/5 = 3/1 Ã 3/5 = (3Ã3)/(1) = 9/5 = (1Ã5+4)/5 = 1 4/5.
There was no such religion as Christianity at that time because Jesus was not even born but if you mean AD then it was an outlawed religion until it became the official relgion of the Roman Empire.
Athens converted the Delian League, which it had led against thePersians in the later part of the war, into an empire of its own.
The population grew to about 250,000. Nearly a third wereslaves, and 10,000 resident aliens, leaving 170,000. . Citizens were males over 18 years who had been accepted into oneof the ten tribes. This would indicate, allowing for wives andchildren, a citizenship of about 35,000 at its peak. This mat…chesthe size of the army and garrisons early in the Peloponnesian War,when most males were conscripted. This figure fell drastically bythe end of the war in 404 BCE as a result of a plague and battlecasualties greatly outstripping natural accretion. (MORE)
The eastern Greek city-states were threatened by the PersianEmpire's attempt to bring it under control. The western Greekcity-states face dual threats from Carthage and Rome.
It saw massive wars with Persia and between Greek city-states.Itsaw great cultural and philosophical advances, led first by theIonian cities, then Athens. It set the scene for the takeover byMacedonia.
Athens and Sparta were two great city-states in ancient Greece and they were often in conflict. What was the cause of the Peloponnesian War in the 5th century BC?
After the Persian Empire agreed to peace, Athens turned the DelianLeague of 180 city-states, which it lad against Persia in thelatter stages of the war, into an empire of fits own. It used thisfinancial and military power to stand over other city statesoutside its empire, seeking to dominate the Gre…ek world. Thisbrought it into conflict with the Peloponnese League of city-statesled by Sparta. The final straw was Athens bringing its neighbourthe Peloponnesian city-state Megara to ruin by spitefullyobstructing its trade. Magara appealed to Sparta who asked Athensto back off. An over-confident Athens persisted and war broke out -a 27-year conflict which devastated the Greek world. Athens lost,was stripped of its empire and became a second rate power. (MORE)
To multiple fractions multiply the numerators together and multiplythe denominators together: 3/4 Ã 3/5 = (3Ã3)/(4Ã5) = 9/20 nine twentieth 3/4 x 3/5 = 3x3 / 4x5 = 9/20
What great leader from Macedonia conquered Greece in the 300s BC and became the ruler of Europe's first great empire?
Alexander the Great became the ruler of Europe's first empire butit was his father that united Greece under Macedonian hegemony withplans for a campaign to liberate the Greeks of Asia Minor fromPersian yoke under his leadership. Whenever a Greek state became supreme, that supremacy entailed thedepre…ssion of some states and the dependency or subjection ofothers like Athens, in the day of her triumph did to Athens in thePeloponnesian Wars. As the eminent historian, J.B. Bury writes,"Athens was reduced to a secondary place by Macedon, and Thebesfared still worse; As the hegemony or first place among Greekstates had passed successively from Athens to Sparta, and toThebes, so now it passed to Macedon". Alexander took up the mantle of Philips campaign after hisassassination and went on to conquer the Persian Empire whichspanned three continents - from Greece in Europe, through Asia totoday's Afghanistan, Iran, through the south to Egypt and finallyto Pakistan and India. (MORE)
3 / 5 x 2 / 3 = 3x2 / 5x3 = 6 / 15 = 2 / 5 or 3 / 5 = 1 / 5 + 1 / 5 + 1 / 5 so two thirds of them is 1 / 5 + 1 / 5 = 2 / 5