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Greek Literature Introduction to Greek literature detailing the three most famous playwrights and their works: Sophocles, Aeschylus and special attention to Euripides.

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5th Century Athens Notes about the Dark Ages from Greece. Includes: Athens internationally, Persian War, Delian League, Athens at Home, Government, and Festivals.

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Omens and Oracles Lecture notes from guest professor about omens, oracles, inductive divination and intuitive divination.

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Early Christianity Outlines the beginnings of Christianity, appeal to convert, survival of the religion, martyrs, issues of religious perception, and society in the church.

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Greek Philosophy Introduction to Greek philosophy, including early scientists and their beliefs and pre-scientific cosmogony.

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Omen: something that is observed, happens naturally but are extraordinary. Messages from the gods; breaks natural order of things. Can be provoked (ie.
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