Greek History Diploma
Greek History Diploma course is on offer from Elearncollege. The Greek History Diploma course is a journey through the history of the progress of the great Greek civilisation in the fields of politics, intellect, and creativity. The course starts with a deep dive into the Bronze age and ends with the classical period. The course outlines everything we know as ancient Greece today, including the various places and the lives of the Greeks as their history developed. The Greek History Diploma course surveys the necessary and significant changes of the Greek civilisation, including the foundational events that may be imagined or real, the great wars they fought, and their most essential cultural traditions and social institutions. The course explores the ancient Greek’s perceptions of the world surrounding them and their place in it. It attempts to heed the calls of their slaves and the women, often unheard of in many accounts of their history. There are many blind spots and previously unexplored insights into the civilisation of the Greeks, which you will learn in this course; mysteries to solve and drama to uncover that will ultimately lead to a better understanding of yourself.
The ancient Greek civilisation began between the 12th and 9th BC, known as the Greek Dark Ages. This period ended with the end of antiquity circa 600AD. What followed was the Early Middle Ages and the era known as the Byzantine period. About three centuries after the collapse of the Late Bronze Age and Mycenaean Greece, the formation of the Greek urban poleis began during the 8th century BC. This marked the Archaic period’s start and the Mediterranean Basin colonisation. The period preceded the Classical Greece era, beginning with the Greco-Persian war and extending to the 4th century and 5th century BC. Hellenistic civilisation spread from the western Mediterranean to Central Asia with the conquests of Alexander the Great, the ruler of Macedonia. The Hellenistic era met its end as the Roman Republic took over the eastern Mediterranean, and the Roman Province of Macedonia was annexed from Roman Greece. Later, the Archaea province was also annexed from the Roman Empire.
The culture of classical Greece had a lot of influence on Rome, especially in philosophy. Versions of it spread throughout the majority of Europe and the Mediterranean. Because of this, Classical Greece is often thought of as the cradle of Western Civilisation, the pivotal culture that set off the culture of the modern Western world, as its ideologies spread and became the founding archetypes in the fields of philosophy, politics, art, and science. The ancient Greek civilisation dominated most parts of the Mediterranean for thousands of years. Its powerful influence declined around 146 BC, but they were much more advanced in different fields of thought and inquiry, making them influential. The Greeks civilisation remains one of the first contributors to the development and advancement of our species in all areas of religion, politics, science, arts, and our perception and comprehension of our world and the universe. So few cultures have the same legacy as the ancient Greeks, continuing to have powerful concepts like philosophy, democracy, architectural orders, scientific theories, dramatic structure, and even the Olympic Games. Very few other cultures have had the same impact on our morals, values, and sense of being as deep as ancient Greek civilisation. Elearncollege’s Greek History Diploma course goes through these three eras- Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic- chronologically consisting of the Greek civilisation to analyse the times when they existed and their contributions that still impact our world today.
What you will learn
1: A Journey to the Ancient Period
2: Finding Prehistoric Civilisations
3: Dark Ages of Ancient Greece
4: The Ruling classes
5: Ancient Greek Warfare
6: Rise And Fall Of Empires
7: Art in Ancient Greece
After completing the course, you will receive a diploma certificate and an academic transcript from Elearn college.
Each unit concludes with a multiple-choice examination. This exercise will help you recall the major aspects covered in the unit and help you ensure that you have not missed anything important in the unit. The results are readily available, which will help you see your mistakes and look at the topic once again. If the result is satisfactory, it is a green light for you to proceed to the next chapter.
Elearn College is a registered Ed-tech company under the UK Register of Learning( Ref No:10062668). After completing a course, you will be able to download the certificate and the transcript of the course from the website. For the learners who require a hard copy of the certificate and transcript, we will post it for them for an additional charge.