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4th Century Greece Till the Death of Philip II of Macedon - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll identify key events and trace the lives of important individuals who shaped ancient Greece from the 4th century until Philip II of Macedon's death. You can examine the Battle of Chaeronea and the Corinthian War, learn about the characteristics of ancient Macedonia, and find out about such personalities as Lysander and Agesilaus. When you have finished the chapter, you should know how to:
- Identify the causes and trace the timeline of the Corinthian War
- Describe the Second Athenian Confederacy
- Discuss the history of ancient Macedonia and the rule of Philip II
- Explain the course and importance of the Battle of Chaeronea
These brief yet interesting lessons are designed to engage and hold your interest while providing you with solid information. Expert instructors and subject matter specialists are available if you have questions, so help is never far away. Each lesson is accompanied by a short quiz so that you can test your retention, and the chapter test allows you to check your overall mastery of the material.
1. The Corinthian War: Timeline & Causes
The cities of ancient Greece were far from unified, and they often fought. In this lesson, we're going to explore one major conflict called the Corinthian War, and see how it changed life in the Aegean.
2. Second Athenian Confederacy
The cities of ancient Greece were rarely actually united. In this lesson, we're going to explore one of those periods of time and see how the Second Athenian Confederacy came to be, as well as what happened to it.
3. Ancient Macedonia: Facts & History
In this lesson you will learn about Ancient Macedonia. First, we will look at some of the basics like its political, economic, and social characteristics. Then, we will go into some detail on the rule of Philip II, and see how he transformed Macedonia.
4. Battle of Chaeronea: Facts & Significance
There are a few major battles that changed the course of world history, and the Battle of Chaeronea is one of them. In this lesson, we'll look at this battle and the impact the aftermath had on the world.
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