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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshWinter

CLAS 1000 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Battle, City, Ancient Rome

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Spartans swear by an oath pelanors removal of material wealth (cid:455)ou (cid:272)a(cid:374)"t use it fo(cid:396) a(cid:374)(cid:455)thi(cid:374)g. Sp
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Begins at the date of the first olympics, with that came literacy. Neolithic- greeks lived as neolithic, working with stone, focusing on daily survival
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[CLAS 1000] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (63 pages long)

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CLAS 1000 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Battle, City, Ancient Rome

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Spartans swear by an oath pelanors removal of material wealth (cid:455)ou (cid:272)a(cid:374)"t use it fo(cid:396) a(cid:374)(cid:455)thi(cid:374)g. Sp
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshFall

[CLAS 1000] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 14 pages long Study Guide!

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Palace at knossos can relate to the story of the maze and the minotaur. The minoans were great builders, they had a great navy military force. Myths ar
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Ch 10 Summary Notes: Hoplite Army

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Typical greek settlement obsessed with its survival. Conflict between city-states due to limited resources. Produced need for defense against other cit
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshFall

CLAS 1000 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Aegean Civilizations, Gynoecium, Helladic Period

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In this essay you can expand on any section: discuss the greek bronze age, addressing both its origins and eventual collapse. Support your discussion w
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshWinter

CLAS 1000 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ostracon, Ancient Greek Temple, Maenad

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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshWinter

CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Franchthi Cave, Timoleon, Homeric Question

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They had mountains, valleys and their communities were isolated. Earliest known archaeological landscape known to have greeks inhabits it. The bronze a
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CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Anchises, Lares, Principate

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CLAS 1000 Lecture 6: Clas 1000 jan 23:17

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Archaic greece (800-480 bc) and the archaic cultural revolution (chapter 8-9) Poleis they abandon living in kingdom and start poleis. Hoplite revolutio
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshFall

CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ichor, Trojan War, Minoan Civilization

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Hesiod, theogeny- the birth of the gods, it explains the origin of the 12 olympians, the major gods (8th century bc) The gods, in the greeks minds, loo
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CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Knossos, Franchthi Cave, Minos

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Modern human beings can be found around 35000 years ago: lived in places like franchthi cave. Fertile crescent: east of greece, outside of greece is wh
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshFall

CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dorian Invasion, Great Rhetra, Mycenaean Greece

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Archaic greece (800-480bc) and the archaic cultural revolution (m&p ch. Starts after the dark age, 776bc is the unofficial date of the beginning of the
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CLAS 1000 Lecture 6: (Entertainment) Crime and Punishment in the Roman World/Roman Sexuality and Gender

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(entertainment) crime and punishment in the roman world. Appian way: one of the earliest and strategically most important roman roads. Roman sexuality
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CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Troy Vii, Anax, Basileus

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Palace at knossos can relate to the story of the maze and the minotaur. The minoans were great builders, they had a great navy military force. Myths ar
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CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Anaplastic Lymphoma Kinase, Bsc Young Boys, Epeus

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Chapter 6 lecture of homer (iliad and odyssey continued) Helen was said to be the daughter of zeus: he took the form of a swan and had sex with leda. H
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CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pederasty In Ancient Greece, Casus Belli, Troy Vii

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Iliad and odyssey (morris and powell chapter 6) Roughly 800-700 bc after the dark age. The stories were told by memory but homer used the new phoenicia
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CLAS 1000 Chapter 7&9: CLAS 1000 Ancient Rome Chapter 7&9: 7: Latin Literature & 9: Religion at Rome

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March 9th-13th, 2015: the fact that roman literary production is so diverse and lacks a clear set of criteria has led some modern scholars to deny that
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CLAS 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Immaculate Conception, Odysseus, Statius

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Two poems by hesiod that have survived are called theogony (1000 lines) and. Tells his name in both poems and speaks in rst person, says that he lives
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CLAS 1000 Chapter 1: CLAS 1000 – Reading – Introduction

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Primary (ancient sources) - evidence such as texts, images, objects & inscriptions, produced in ancient greece by the greeks. Aeshylus, herodotus & plu
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshWinter

CLAS 1000 Chapter 6, 11, 15: 6: Education in the Roman World; 11: Crime, Law, and Order; 15: The Economy

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CLAS 1000 Chapter 2&10: CLAS 1000 Ancient Rome Chapter 2&10: 2: A Summary of Roman History & 10: Roman Government in the Republic & Early Empire

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Classical studies textbook reading chapters 2 & 10: Chapter #2: a summary of roman history page #23-45: It is important to note that, while different e
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshWinter

CLAS 1000 Chapter 8, 12 &13: CLAS 1000 Ancient Rome Chapter 8, 12 &13: 8: Roman Sexuality and Gender; 12: Entertainment in the Roman World; 13: The Roman Army

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9 Aug 2016
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Textbook readings chapters 8, 12, & 13: Chapter #8: roman sexuality and gender page #164-188: Terminology: sex may be characterized as an individual"s
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshWinter

CLAS 1000 Chapter 3-5: CLAS 1000 Ancient Rome Chapter 3-5: 3: Class and Status; 4: Roman Slavery; 5: The Roman Household

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Chapter #3: class and status page #46-71: In roman society, those who achieved their higher social and economic standing did no pave the way for others
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshWinter

CLAS 1000 Chapter 7-8: CLAS 1000 Ancient Greece Chapter 7-8: CLAS 1000 Week 3 Chapter 7-8:Chapter 7: Setting The Stage For Democracy & Chapter 8: History and Tragedy in the 5th Century

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Chapter #7 setting the stage for democracy: Introduction: the two greek poleis that had played the most significant role in the defeat of persia were.
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshFall

CLAS1000 Chapter 1: Classical Cultures - Chapter 1

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Physical characteristics of the land in uenced the way civilization developed. Mainland broken up by a a series of mountains, encouraged the developmen
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CLAS 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: List Of Compositions By Johann Sebastian Bach

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