1. What was this used for?
- To honour Athens' patron goddess and to commemorate the recent Greek victory over the Persians.
- To be the primary place of worship and healing for Athenians
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2. Why do some Historians believe this to be true and not just hyperbole?
- Aristophanes was just a cool dude who didn't use Hyperbole at all
- Pericles was a very shrewd politician who was capable of such a trick.
- Pericles said so in his will
3. What was Pericles responsible for making?
4. Who did Pericles employ to sculpture it?
5. Who did Athens/Pericles bribe to go to war?
- 'they plotted against you and went and bribed the Boetian leaders to go to war'
- 'they plotted against you and went and bribed the Spartan leaders to go to war'
- 'they plotted against you and went and bribed the Megarian leaders to go to war'
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