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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1M03Johnathan ReevesFall

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Many sources for archaic tyranny come from the classical period (from. Reflects confusion on the part of the classical greeks; many tyrants did a lot t
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CLASSICS 1M03 Chapter 1: The First Civilizations (pg. 1-53)

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Iliad- defined what it meant to be greek for thousands of years and inspired the first prose histories in greek. Homer saw history as a story of wars a
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CLASSICS 1M03 Chapter 2: Greek Civilization: Hellas and Hellenism (pg. 54-74)

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CLASSICS 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Darius Iii, Battle Of Gaugamela, Guerrilla Warfare

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