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LIST OF NAMES, TERMS AND CONCEPTS TO KNOW AND IMAGES TO STUDY FROM THE TEXTBOOKS
The following lists of terms and images will help you to guide your studying for the multiple choice tests. NOTE: Some of the terminology extends across more than one lecture but generally the terms are placed under the lecture in which they first come up.

GREECE
LECTURE 1: MINOANS AND MYCENEANS (read the Introduction and Chapter 1 in your textbook) Agamemnon Akrotiri Basileus Crete Cyclopean wall Heinrich Schliemann Homer Cnossus Linear A writing Linear B writing Michael Ventris Minoan Minotaur Mycenae Mycenaean Nestor Pylos Sir Arthur Evans Thera (modern Santorini) tholos tomb Troy Wanax

In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 1.1d (p. 15): Mask of 'Agamemnon' b) 1.4a (p. 22): Plan of Minoan palace at Cnossus b) 1.4b (p. 23): Plan of Mycenean palace at Pylos d) 1.5a (p. 26): Mycenean bronze daggar of lion hunt e) 1.5c (p. 27): Mycenean tholos tomb: 'treasury of Atreus' f) 1.6c (p. 31): Lion gate at Mycenae g) 1.7a (p. 32): linear B tablet h) 1.9b (p. 36): Mycenean pottery

LECTURE 2: DARK AGES (c. 1100-800 BCE) (read Chapter 2, pp. 41-65) agathos (feminine: agathê) aristos (feminine: aristê) Delphi demos Euboea geometric style

86): Attic kouros c) Plates XIIa and b: peplos korê with reconstruction LECTURE 4: SPARTA (read Chapter 4. 93-98) archon aristocracy Athens Attica Black Sea black-figure painting Corinth hoplite hoplon korê (plural: korai) kouros (plural: kouroi) oligarchy phalanx polis (plural: poleis) red-figure painting thetes In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 3. 99-119) agôgê Ephor Gerousia helot homoioi kleros (plural: kleroi) krypteia Laconia Lycurgus Messenia Messenian Wars mixed constitution Peloponnesian League perioikoi Sicily Sparta .6a (p. 44): plan of the 9th-century chieftain's house at Nichoria b) 2. pp. 63): late Geometric amphora e) Plate XV: temple of Apollo at Delphi LECTURE 3: ARCHAIC GREECE (c. pp. 84): bilingual amphorae (black-figure and red-figure) b) 3. 61): earliest examples of Greek writing d) 2.2a (p.3 (p.2 Homer Iliad kakos (feminine: kakê) Lefkandi Nichoria Odysseus Odyssey oikos (plural: oikoi) Peloponnese timê In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 2. 67-92.5 (p.2d (p. 700-480 BCE) (read Chapter 3.7b (p. 46): reconstruction of chief's house at Lefkandi c) 2.

144): examples of ostraka LECTURE 6: EVIDENCE ASSESSMENT: the case of pottery amphora hydria krater kylix oinochoe skyphos In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 2. c. pp. 520 BCE c) Plate V: Laconian kylix (Arcesilas II). 135): map of Attica c) 5. 134): statue of tyrannicides Harmodius and Aristogiton b) 5. 62): Late geometric oinochoe. c. 101): map of Peloponnese b) 4. c.2 (p. c.10 (p. 560 BCE LECTURE 5: ATHENS (read Chapter 5.6b (p.6 (p. 740 BCE b) 5.5 (p.5 (p.3 syssitia Taras Tyrtaeus In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 4. 121-36) acropolis agora Alcmaeonid family Boule Council Council of Areopagus Cleisthenes City Dionysia Festival deme Draco Ekklesia Harmodius and Aristogiton Heliaia Hippias and Hipparchus ostracism ostraka Panathenaic festival Peisistratus seisachtheia Solon strategos In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 5. 129): Attic black-figure hydria. 560 BCE .2 (p. 110): bronze figure of girl c) Plate V: Laconian cup.

pp. 147): map showing important places for the Persian Wars ------------------------------------MIDTERM TEST #1---------------------------------------------------LECTURE 8: AFTER THE PERSIAN WARS (read Chapter 6. pp. 92-3. 154): serpent column b) 6.3 (p. and Chapter 7. 156): map of Athenian Empire at its height d) 7.2 (p.4 LECTURE 7: PERSIAN WARS (read Chapter 5. 140): map of Persian Empire under King Darius b) 5.2 (p. 136-50) Achaemenids Aristides Artemision Battle of Marathon Battle of Plataea Battle of Salamis Battle of Thermopylae Cyrus the Great Darius I Ephialtes Herodotus Hippias (ex-tyrant of Athens) hybris Ionian Revolt Leonidas. 155): Athenian tribute list. the Athenian Eurymedon River (battle of) "First" Peloponnesian War liturgy metics Pausanias (the Spartan regent) Pericles Skyros Sophocles Thasos thetes Thirty-year peace Thucydides zeugitai In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 6.8 (p. King of Sparta Mardonius medize Miltiades Pausanias (the Spartan regent) Themistocles Xerxes In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 5. son of Miltiades City Dionysia festival cleruchy Delian League Ephialtes.12 (p. pp. 184): portrait of Pericles LECTURE 9 . 194-6) .PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE IN THE ARCHAIC AND CLASSICAL PERIODS (read Chapter 3. 433-432 BCE c) 6.1 (p. 177-80) Aeschylus Aristides the just Cimon. pp. 152-63.

182-94) andron caryatid Doric order erastes Erechtheum eromenos Euripides hetaera (pl. central scene e) 7.9 (p. 550-540 BCE b) 7. 186): Doric and Ionic architectural orders c) 7. c. 231-45) Aegospotami (battle of) Alcibiades Amphipolis Archidamus Arginusae (battle of) Brasidas Council of 400 Decelea Demosthenes herm .6 (p.4 (p. 188): Parthenon frieze.7 (p. 175): Attic black-figure lekythos of women weaving. pp.5 Anaxagoras Anaximander atoma Democritus Heraclitus Hippocrates Leucippus Miletus nous Parmenides Presocratics Pythagoras Thales Xenophanes LECTURE 10: ATHENS AND SPARTA ON THE EVE OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR (read Chapter 6. 187): model of Athenian acropolis d) 7. 189): remains of the Parthenon g) 7. 190): plan of the Erechtheum h) 7. Chapter 8.8 (p.5 (p. 191): remains of the Erechtheum i) 7. symposia) syssitia triglyphs Temple of Athena Nike In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 6. hetaerae) Ionic order metopes paideia Parthenon Propylaea symposium (pl. pp. pp. Chapter 7. pp. 211-16.3 (p. 172-7. 189): plan of the Parthenon f) 7.11 (p. 219228. 193): plan of the 5th century Athenian agora LECTURE 11: PELOPONNESIAN WAR (read Chapter 7.10 (p.

4a and b (p.1 (p. 226): Spartan bronze shield LECTURE 12: HEGEMONY OF SPARTA TO PHILIP II of MACEDON (read Chapter 9. 250): portrait bust of Socrates . pp. 289): the Macedonian phalanx c) 10. pp. 293): statue of the Athenian orator Demosthenes LECTURE 13: PHILOSOPHY . 249-53.13 (p. 247-49. pp. 226): map of Pylos and Sphacteria c) 8.283-300) Agesilaos Amphictyonic Council Chaeronea (battle of) Corinthian League Corinthian War Demosthenes Epaminondas Leuctra (battle of) Macedonia Olympias Philip II Phocis Sacred Band sarissa Thebes Third Sacred War Thirty Tyrants In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 10.4 (p. Chapter 12.1 (p. 26981. 336-8) Academy Aristotle Epicurus Lyceum Plato Socrates Stoics Xeno In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 9. 214-5): map of alliances at outset of Peloponnesian war b) 8.SOCRATES AND BEYOND (read Chapter 9. Chapter 10.6 (p.3 (p. 253-59.6 Lysander Megarian Decree Melos Mitylene Peace of Nicias Pylos and Sphacteria Sicilian Expedition Xenophon In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 7. 284): bust of Philip II of Macedon b) 10.

24-49) Aedile Aeneas Aeneid Brutus (Lucius Junius) Capitoline Hill Censor Clientela System Consul cursus honorum Equites Etruria Etruscans Forum Romanum Livy Palatine Hill Patricians Plebeians plebiscita (sg. Chapter 12. pp. 338-40) Alexander Alexandria Antigonids Darius III Gaugamela (battle of) Gordian knot Granicus (battle of) Hellenistic Period Issus (battle of) Laocoön Ptolemies Roxane Sacred Band Sarissa Seleucids 'Successors' In A Brief History of Ancient Greece you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 11. 1-23.7 LECTURE 14: ALEXANDER AND THE SUCCESSORS (read Chapter 11. 303): portrait bust of Alexander b) 11. 326-34. 346): Laocoön -----------------------------------------MIDTERM TEST #2----------------------------------------------- ROME LECTURE 1: EARLY ROME (read Chapter 1.7a (p. 301-324. 307): map of Alexander's campaign c) Plate XXI: Alexander Mosaic d) 12. plebiscitum) Pontifex Maximus Praetor Quaestor Rome Romulus sacrosanctitas Senate Tiber River Tribune Vergil In A Brief History of the Romans you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: . pp.2 (p. pp.1 (p. Chapter 2. pp.

1 (p.8 a) 1. 50-73) Agrigentum Carthage Cato the Elder cognomen Corsica corvus Ebro River Hannibal Masinissa nomen Numidia Polybius pomerium praenomen provincia (pl.6 (p. Chapter 6.17): terracotta statue of Apollo from Veii LECTURE 2: PUNIC WARS (read Chapter 3. provinciae) publicani Publius Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus Africanus Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus Punic Wars Sardinia Sicily Zama (battle of) In A Brief History of the Romans you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 3. POMPEY AND CRASSUS (read Chapter 5. mother of the Gracchi Gaius (Sempronius) Gracchus optimates populares (sg. the Palatine and the Forum Romanum. 77-92) ager publicus Cornelia. pp. 56): map showing some of important sites for Punic Wars LECTURE 3: REFORMS OF THE GRACCHI (read Chapter 4. popularis) senatus consultum ultimum Tiberius (Sempronius) Gracchus LECTURE 4: MARIUS AND SULLA.3 (p. pp.10): reconstruction of Portonaccio Temple at Veii b) Map 1.1 (p. 116-28) Crassus (Marcus Licinius Crassus) Jugurtha Marius (Gaius Marius) Mithridates novus homo Pompey (Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus) Pontus proscription Social War Spartacus Sulla (Lucius Cornelius Sulla) . pp. 15): map of Rome in the Early Republic (note the location of the Capitol (= Capitoline Hill). 94-115. pp. c) 1.3 (p. 54): "Togato Barberini": statue of man with ancestral busts b) Map 3.

pp. . 131): bust of Cicero b) 7. vici In A Brief History of the Romans you are responsible for being able to identify the following image: a) 7. 136-48) Bona Dea Scandal Caesar (Gaius Julius Caesar) Carrhae (battle of) Catiline (Lucius Sergius Catilina) Cato the Younger (Marcus Porcius Cato) Cicero (Marcus Tullius Cicero) Clodia Clodius (Publius Clodius Pulcher) Cisalpine Gaul imperium Julia.2 (p. 122-3): map showing regions in which Rome conducted war from 113-63 BCE b) 7. 137): bust of Pompey LECTURE 5: CAESAR. 157): Curia in the Forum Romanum LECTURE 7: OCTAVIAN AND THE END OF THE REPUBLIC (read Chapter 8.1 (pp.5 (p. wife of Cicero Transalpine Gaul Triumverate Vercingetorix In A Brief History of the Romans you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 6. 139): bust of Caesar LECTURE 6: CIVIL WAR (read Chapter 7. 128-35.9 In A Brief History of the Romans you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) Map 6. POMPEY. 160-75. pp.4a (p. 180-92). daughter of Caesar Milo (Titus Annius Milo) Parthians Servilia Suetonius Syria Terentia. CICERO (Chapter 6. pp. vidi. 148-59) Brutus (Marcus Junius Brutus) Cassius (Gaius Cassius Longinus) clementia Cleopatra Ides of March iacta alea est Mark Antony (Marcus Antonius) Pharsalus (battle of) Rubicon River veni. pp.1 (p. Chapter 7.

201-12. Chapter 9.senatus populusque romanus Titus Vespasian Vitellius . pp. 193-200) Agrippina the Elder Agrippina the Younger Boudicca Britannicus Caligula Claudius Germanicus Incitatus insula (pl.3b (p. 170): bust of Cleopatra? LECTURE 8: JULIO-CLAUDIAN EMPERORS (CE 14-68) (read Chapter 8. pp. 231-3) Amphitheatrum Flavium damnatio memoriae Domitian Galba Jerusalem Otho Pliny the Younger SPQR . pp. 178-80. 166): bust of Mark Antony b) Plate 2a: south frieze of the Ara Pacis Augustae c) 8. insulae) Julia – daughter of Augustus Messalina Nero Octavia – daughter of Messalina and Claudius Ostia Praetorian Guard princeps Sejanus (Lucius Aelius Sejanus) Seneca the Younger Tiberius ----------------------------------------------MIDTERM TEST #3----------------------------------------LECTURE 9: FLAVIANS (CE 68-79) (read Chapter 9. pp. 213-17. Chapter 10.2 (p.10 Actium (battle of) Agrippa (Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa) Ara Pacis Augustae Augustus [formerly Octavian] Campus Martius divi filius Forum Romanum = Roman Forum Lepidus (Marcus Aemilius Lepidus) Livia – second wife of Augustus Marcellus – son of Octavia Octavia – sister of Augustus Octavian (Gaius Octavius) [subsequently Augustus] Philippi (battle of) Res Gestae Second Triumvirate Sextus Pompeius Treaty of Brundisium In A Brief History of the Romans you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) 8.

Chapter 12.2 (p. 215): detail from Arch of Titus LECTURE 10: BBC FILM ON POMPEII LECTURE 11: BBC FILM ON POMPEII ANALYSED atrium (pl. 261-79) Antonine Wall Antoninus Pius Byzantium Caracalla Commodus Constantine Constantinople Diocletian Galen Julia Domna Marcus Aurelius Meditations Milvian Bridge (battle of) Septimius Severus Tetrarchy In A Brief History of the Romans you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) Plate 5b: Septimius Severus and family . 217-35) alimenta Antinous Column of Trajan Hadrian Hadrian's Wall Nerva (Marcus Cocceius Nerva) Pantheon Plotina Trajan (Marcus Ulpius Trajanus) In A Brief History of the Romans you are responsible for being able to identify the following image: a) 10. pp.21a (top half p. TRAJAN and HADRIAN (CE 96-138) (read Chapter 10. 221): detail of Trajan's column LECTURE 13: ANTONINUS PIUS TO CONSTANTINE (CE 138-312) (read Chapter 11. 237-60. atria) domus fullery Herculaneum Pliny the Elder Pompeii Vesuvius LECTURE 12: NERVA. pp.11 In A Brief History of the Romans you are responsible for being able to identify the following image: a) 10.

colonia a) 10. 281-301. 228-35) romanisation colonia (pl. 244): Commodus as Hercules c) 12. Algeria). pp. Chapter 13.302-22) Augustine of Hippo Hypatia Jerome Julian the Apostate libelli Theodosius I LECTURE 15: ROMANISATION (read Chapter 10.6 (p. Chapter 14.2 (p. 256-60. coloniae) garum hypocaust In A Brief History of the Romans you are responsible for being able to identify the following images: a) Plate 4: Thamugadi (Timgad. pp. pp. 268): four tetrarchs sculpture LECTURE 14: GROWTH OF CHRISTIANITY and FALL OF EMPIRE (Chapter 11.2 (p. 234): Pont du Gard LECTURE 16: THE SHAPE OF MODERN ROME Augustus Mussolini .12 b) 11.