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An Introduction to Ancient History Notes

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For Ancient Greece, the topics I cover are:
1. From Bronze to Iron & Rise of the Polis
2. Greek overseas expansion and tyranny
3. Archaic Athens and Sparta
4. The Classical Period - Greek States at War

For the Near East, the topics I cover are:
1. Assyria to Babylon
2. Achaemenid Persia
7. Alexander of Macedon
8. Seleucids and Ptolomies

For Ancient Rome, the topics I cover are:
9. Foundation, Monarchy to Republic
10. Roman Republic: Warfare and Conquest
11. Roman Politics in the Middle to Late Republic
12. The Fall of the Republic and the ‘Principate’ of Augustus
13. The Roman Empire from Tiberius to Hadrian
14. The High Empire: From Gold to Rust
15. Religion in Rome
16. The Third Century ‘Crisis’: 200-300
17. ‘Revolutions’ and the Fourth Century: 300-40
18. the birth of late antiquity: 400-600

These notes offer a succinct overview of the Ancient Worl

ld. They will save you time in revision and allow you to memorise the most important information in an efficient manner.

My notes are based on both my lecture notes and weekly readings. I include details about the context of the time period and relevant literary evidence.

They are carefully structured, in a linear and simple fashion. I offer information in a concise manner so as to be easy to digest.

I am a 2nd year Classics student who has had a passion for the classical world since I was a child. I have consistently achieved high grades in my studies and I pour a great amount of time into studying and making notes.

I understand the struggle for time that every university student faces - my notes are ideal for revision in exams.

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Grade 1st
Institution King's College London (unaffiliated)
Country United Kingdom
Level Undergraduate
File format DOCX

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