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UTMCLA204H5Jody CundySpring

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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

[CLA204H5] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 89 pages long Study Guide!

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Greece and rome are the basis of classical mythology. Focusing on the 5th century 450 bce to 400 ace for greece. Focusing on 30 bce - 30 ace. Rome"s we
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UTMCLA204H5Catherine RubincamWinter

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CLA204H5 Final: CLA204 Feb 26

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Classical athens is renowned today for its achievements in philosophy, literature, and the arts, as well as government structure democracy. C6-c4 athen
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hamartia, Theogony, Argonautica

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UTMCLA204H5Mariapia PietropaoloFall

Classics 204.docx

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Needs to have divine, hero, king characters. When myths were being developed they didn"t have writing they were worth of remembering. Don"t have only o
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UTMCLA204H5LeonardFall

Olympians.pdf

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UTMCLA204H5Mariapia PietropaoloFall

Classics 204.docx

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Needs to have divine, hero, king characters. When myths were being developed they didn"t have writing they were worth of remembering. Don"t have only o
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UTMCLA204H5Jody CundySpring

CLA204H5 Final: CLA204 EXAM Primary Readings

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UTMCLA204H5Lisa TrentinFall

CLA204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cronus, Hekatonkheires, Hydria

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Has a plot: narrative structure (beginning, middle, end), characters (gods + goddesses, humans, animals), action (conflict resolution) Setting: time (d
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MAT102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Mathematical Induction, Truncated Icosidodecahedron

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MAT102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Contraposition, Natural Number

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Given a real number x, let a be the phrase 1. 2 , b the phrase x z , c be the the phrase x2 = 1 , and d the phrase x = 2 . 2 < x < 5 (a) a c. Since we
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MAT102H5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: New Zealand, Negative Number, Rational Number

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UTMANT203H5Esteban ParraSummer

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_____________: the four main bones that the parietals articulate with are: _____________________ ______________________________________________________
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UTMMAT137Y5Jaimal ThindWinter

MAT137Y5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Minnesota State Highway 101, Minimax, Riemann Integral

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Page 1 of 4: the test is 1. 10 2. 50 on friday, february 8, 2019, in kn 137. Please arrive about 5 minutes early, so that we can start on time: please
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UTMMAT137Y5Jaimal ThindWinter

MAT137Y5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Scilab, Limit Comparison Test, Improper Integral

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Page 1 of 4: the test is 1. 10 2. 50 on friday, march 22, 2019, in kn 137. Please arrive about 5 minutes early, so that we can start on time: please le
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Roman Mythology, Big Bang

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A myth in its most original greek form is utterance something said. Ex: ow, why did you leave me they can be complex, simple or something in between to
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture 1: CLA204 - Lecture 1

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Greece and rome are the basis of classical mythology. Focusing on the 5th century 450 bce to 400 ace for greece. Focusing on 30 bce - 30 ace. Rome"s we
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sky Father, Anax, Physis

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Chapters 1- 3 - syllabus & introduction. ^ develops from oral preliterate civilizations. Logos = behind it is reason (not cause) - to give and account.
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture 3: CLA204 - Lecture 3

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Kumarbi epic: a multigenerational sagas over the control by the cosmos. 3 generations of gods: alalu (ruled for 9 years - driven out by anu, anu (drive
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Roman Mythology, Big Bang, Ancient Greek

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A myth in its most original greek form is utterance something said. Ex: ow, why did you leave me they can be complex, simple or something in between to
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Civil Religion, Tityos, Jesus

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Chapters 10- 12: demeter and persephone; dionysos; to. Hell and back : anabaseis and myths of the afterlife. 1- deiknymena - things displayed/showing (
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Puffy Amiyumi, Sicyon, Menoeceus

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In thebes, mortal women were the mothers of gods: men fought in the seven against thebes (454) the founding of thebes: cadmus & the dragon 2 stories of
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture 2: CLA204 - Lecture 2

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Cosmogony - beliefs about how the world was created. Hesiod"s theogony: epic(long) poetry, composed in a particular metre; dactylic hexameter. Epic = w
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Epic Cycle, Iliad, Calchas

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CLA204 Notes.docx

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M thos (ancient greek) story , plot of a narrative. Myth a traditional story of collective (social) importance character, plot, temporal and special se
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ichor, Moirai, Horae

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UTMCLA204H5Lisa TrentinWinter

CLA204H5 Chapter 6: Classical Mythology Reading Notes Chapter 6

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Children of coronus and rhea: zeus, hera, poseidon, demeter, hestia and hades. They all lived on mount olympus; the tallest mountain in greece except f
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSpring

CLA204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Demigod, Mycenaean Greece, Trado

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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSpring

CLA204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4+5: Chaos Chaos, Sea Monster, Cronus

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: myths of creation (the rise of zeus) Cosmogony= a story that explains the orgin of the world (kosmos=world) Theogony= a story that explains the orgin
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Creation Myth, Etiology, Mycenaean Greece

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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Etiology

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These are stories involving supernatural beings as the main actors in the story. These stories generally are used the explain how to the world came abo
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

Chapter 2 - The Cultural Context of Classical Myth

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UTMCLA204H5Daniel James ThorntonWinter

CLA204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Pelopia, Thyestes, Atreus

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UTMCLA204H5Lisa TrentinWinter

CLA204H5 Chapter 16: Classical Mythology Reading Notes chapter 16

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CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Roman Citizenship, Inside Out Music, Principate

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