Source Exercise 1: The Athenian Empire 4
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Influence of Gods on Daily Life
Primary Sources: Internet Ancient History Sourcebook - Religion and Myth
East Tennessee State University: The Function of Mythology and Religion in Ancient Greek Society
Role of Women
Primary Sources: Agathe.gr: The Unenfranchised 1 - Women
From Aristophanes' 'Lysistrata'
Peloponnesian War - National Geographic
Peloponnesian War - Britannica
Peloponnesian War - Ancient History Encyclopedia
Peloponnesian War - History.com
Peloponnesian War - Livius (Ancient History site)
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Perhaps the most important legacy of the ancient Greeks is their invention of the form of government we hold most dear: Democracy.
Every aspect of life (citizenship, business, literature, drama, art, sports, religion, and private life) in the ancient world was affected by political motives.