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UTSGCLA160H1Victoria WohlSummer

CLA160H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 38 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
The minoans and mycenaean ages: 1870 ad, heinrich schliemann found troy and mycenae, 1900 ad, sir arthur evans founded the palace of knossos in crete.
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggWinter

[CLA160H1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (32 pages long)

32 Page
29 Mar 2017
Cla160 lecture 2: the greek (cid:858)dark age(cid:859) a(cid:374)d early ar(cid:272)hai(cid:272) gree(cid:272)e. Chronological definitions and periods
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
Can grow grapes and olives in mditteranian areas. These 2 items are very important to the romans greeks economically. Sometimes classicists are interes
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggWinter

[CLA160H1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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6 Feb 2017
Cla160 lecture 2: the greek (cid:858)dark age(cid:859) a(cid:374)d early ar(cid:272)hai(cid:272) gree(cid:272)e. Chronological definitions and periods
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggWinter

CLA160H1 Midterm: CLA160 Midterm Study Notes

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13 Feb 2017
World = olives, grapes - production and consumption. Bronze age: c. 3000 - c. 1200 bc (prehistory) - crete. Iron/dark age: c. 1200 - c. 800 bc. Archaic
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UTSGCLA160H1allSpring

Intro to Classics (study this for midterm)

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6 Nov 2014
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UTSGCLA160H1Johnathon BurgessWinter

CLA160H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Megabyzus, Tyrant, Peloponnesian War

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9 Mar 2013
Apollo sent upon a plague to the people because the son of atreus had dishonored his priest chryses. Chryses came to the ships of the achaeans to offer
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UTSGCLA160H1Johnathon BurgessFall

CLA160H1 Quiz: CLA160 Dynasties

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26 Jan 2012
Julio-claudian, after augustus ad 14-68 tiberius, caligula, claudius, nero. Marcus aurelius author of stoic philosophy, in greek. *those in brackets co
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

Complete Study Guide - Key notes from Ancient Mediterranean World, Lecture, and Primary Sources

55 Page
30 Apr 2011
In 359 bce, its new king, philip i i, reformed the army and embarked on a program of imperialist expansion, conquering neighbouring peoples including s
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UTSGCLA160H1allFall

CLA160H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lion Gate, Knossos, Lightning

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6 Nov 2014
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RSM424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Retained Earnings

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7 Apr 2020
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RSM424H1 Lecture 4: RSM424 Tutorial 4

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7 Apr 2020
Diagram the organizational structure of crum"s financial activities. Association is relevant since associated corporations will share the ,000 annual b
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RSM424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Remittance

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7 Apr 2020
Sales in quarter: none of the quarterly sales exceed the ,000 threshold. Cumulative sales: determined by calculating the cumulative sales in the last 4
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UTSGWinter

RSM424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Capital Gain, Tax Bracket

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7 Apr 2020
Calculate george"s net income for tax purposes for the 20x1 taxation year. Each partner"s income is determined by the share of the partnership"s income
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MAT137Y1 Lecture 15: Applications of MVT

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6 Apr 2020
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MAT137Y1 Lecture 35: New Power Series

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6 Apr 2020
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MAT137Y1 Lecture 36: Applications

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6 Apr 2020
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MAT137Y1 Lecture 35: Taylor Polynomials

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30 Mar 2020
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MAT137Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Taylor Series

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30 Mar 2020
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MAT137Y1 Lecture 34: Power Series

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30 Mar 2020
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UTSGCLA160H1Jonathan TracyFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Celestial Navigation, Oxyrhynchus, Anaximander

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26 Nov 2013
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UTSGCLA160H1Johnathon BurgessWinter

CLA160 Lecture 1 Notes

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11 Jan 2013
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UTSGCLA160H1Jonathan TracySummer

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ugallu, Enlil, Atra-Hasis

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25 Jun 2013
Babylonian version of atrahasis originated at about 1700bc (old babylonian text) Atrahasis (akkadian) is the man who built the boat. He is also known a
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UTSGCLA160H1Jonathan TracySummer

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Nebka, Sneferu, Electrum

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7 Aug 2013
This story consists of tales told by the sons of khufu to king khufu. Story two: is told by the 2nd son named khafre (which he learned when he went to
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UTSGCLA160H1Jonathan TracySummer

CLAA05-Lecture 1.docx

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22 Jun 2013
Ancient mythology 1: mesopotamia and egypt - claa05. This class focuses on mesopotamian and egyptian myths. Mesopotamia is located in the modern middle
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture 1: CLA160H1S Introduction to Classical Studies 1/5/17 Lecture 1

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11 Jan 2017
Cla160h1s introduction to classical studies 1/5/17 lecture 1. Broad, even vague but so is classics. (often also the people with whom the greeks and rom
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Iron Age, Late Antiquity, Principate

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31 Jan 2018
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UTSGCLA160H1Adriana BrookSummer

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Socii, Fregellae, Pyrrhic War

5 Page
28 Jul 2011
509 to the 2nd century bce the early and middle republic. People in the neighbouring cities fighting over land and resources. As a result, rome expande
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Diocletian, Majorian

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31 Jan 2018
Diocletian decides to split the empire into 2 main groups because you cant defend the empire if he dispatches armies with ambitious generals. Maximian
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UTSGCLA160H1Adriana BrookSummer

Lecture 3 - Sparta, the Other Polis and The Persian Wars

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17 Jul 2011
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

mar. 13, 2013- 321.docx

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21 Apr 2013
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

CLA160H1 Chapter Notes -Diodorus Siculus, Chilon Of Sparta, Dressage

5 Page
21 Apr 2013
Olympioniaki olympic victors (olympia and nike) there are few surviving example. one is text from chronika by eusebius. Olympic victors created at the
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

CLA160H1 Chapter Notes -Gaius Gracchus, Scipio Aemilianus, Gracchi

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21 Apr 2013
Only a consequence because it was a military goal . #of ppl in the army needed. thus the prof looks for parallels analogies ex. Kennedy thus, even if i
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggSpring

CLA160H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 1: Calchas, Chryseis, Chryses

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15 Jan 2018
Achaeans under command of achilles have sacked a town that was an ally of troy. Achilles and agamemnon both take concubines as prizes, briseis and chry
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

CLA160H1 Chapter Notes -Aulos, Lydian Mode, Ancient Greek

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21 Apr 2013
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

CLA160H1 Chapter Notes -Amphicyon, Amphictyonic League, Protogeometric Style

5 Page
14 Apr 2013
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

CLA160H1 Chapter Notes -Throwing Sports, 2008 Summer Olympics, Ancient Greek

6 Page
21 Apr 2013
Greek sports as modern accomplishment reconcile ancient testimony . jumping distances. 2 jumps are known to us from ancient sources. Pentatholon and on
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UTSGCLA160H1Johnathon BurgessFall

The first Emperor – pg 144.docx

4 Page
9 Jan 2014
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

CLA160H1 Chapter Notes -Pankration, Opheltes, Melicertes

7 Page
21 Apr 2013
Historians calls the agonisitc spririt" contest (agon: draws attention to where we get the word agonybecause it wasn"t a friendly competition. In gk so
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

CLA160H1 Chapter Notes -15Th Chess Olympiad, Relay Race, Chariot Racing

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21 Apr 2013
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggWinter

CLA160H1 Midterm: CLA160 Midterm Study Notes

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World = olives, grapes - production and consumption. Bronze age: c. 3000 - c. 1200 bc (prehistory) - crete. Iron/dark age: c. 1200 - c. 800 bc. Archaic
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UTSGCLA160H1Mark EastonSummer

CLA160 MIDTERM STUDY NOTES

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10 Jan 2013
I. map identification: know the location of these 20 places. 5 of these will appear on the exam. Cla160h1s midterm study guide 2: image identification
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UTSGCLA160H1Victoria WohlSummer

CLA160H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 38 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
The minoans and mycenaean ages: 1870 ad, heinrich schliemann found troy and mycenae, 1900 ad, sir arthur evans founded the palace of knossos in crete.
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggWinter

[CLA160H1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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6 Feb 2017
Cla160 lecture 2: the greek (cid:858)dark age(cid:859) a(cid:374)d early ar(cid:272)hai(cid:272) gree(cid:272)e. Chronological definitions and periods
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggWinter

[CLA160H1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (32 pages long)

32 Page
29 Mar 2017
Cla160 lecture 2: the greek (cid:858)dark age(cid:859) a(cid:374)d early ar(cid:272)hai(cid:272) gree(cid:272)e. Chronological definitions and periods
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

40 Page
28 Mar 2018
Can grow grapes and olives in mditteranian areas. These 2 items are very important to the romans greeks economically. Sometimes classicists are interes
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UTSGCLA160H1Victoria WohlSummer

CLA160H1 Final: CLA160 EXAM

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31 Jan 2018
From kingship to republic the divisions of powers: had many rulers of different identities: latin, etruscan, etc. Cla160h1s final exam notes: battle of
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UTSGCLA160H1Jonathan TracyFall

CLA203 Exam Review.docx

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5 Jan 2014
280 bce, pupil of the wandering philosopher straton of lampsacus. Suggested that the diameter of the earth s orbit round the sun bears the same proport
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UTSGCLA160H1Jacqueline BrunningWinter

Complete Study Guide - Key notes from Ancient Mediterranean World, Lecture, and Primary Sources

55 Page
30 Apr 2011
In 359 bce, its new king, philip i i, reformed the army and embarked on a program of imperialist expansion, conquering neighbouring peoples including s
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UTSGCLA160H1Gillian RamseyFall

CLA 387 - Readings Notes for Exam

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7 Jan 2015
Oct. 17 (1) z. newby, the aesthetics of violence: myth and danger in roman domestic. 31/2 (2012), 349-89 **accessible via jstor (2) i. ferris, sufferin
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UTSGCLA160H1Victoria WohlSummer

CLA160H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 38 pages long!)

38 Page
29 Mar 2018
The minoans and mycenaean ages: 1870 ad, heinrich schliemann found troy and mycenae, 1900 ad, sir arthur evans founded the palace of knossos in crete.
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
Can grow grapes and olives in mditteranian areas. These 2 items are very important to the romans greeks economically. Sometimes classicists are interes
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Roman Citizenship, Gaius Maecenas

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31 Jan 2018
He was born octavius, but he was later named augustus. The blurring between name and title starts now because when his family was successful they got t
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Diocletian, Majorian

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31 Jan 2018
Diocletian decides to split the empire into 2 main groups because you cant defend the empire if he dispatches armies with ambitious generals. Maximian
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Roman Citizenship, Ancient Greek

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31 Jan 2018
Most people under roman rule would have learned to speek ancient greek. This is the art memorating the triumph over the jews. During the reign of agust
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Alexander Mosaic, Cival, Imperium

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31 Jan 2018
This is a pivotal time in roman history. Rome was in a war with its socii or its allies, referred to as the social war. Not all of romes allies revolt,
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Iron Age, Late Antiquity, Principate

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31 Jan 2018
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Rein, Lefkada, Homeric Greek

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31 Jan 2018
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Perioeci, Hoplite, Compulsory Education

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31 Jan 2018
This is a list of athenians that died in a battle. There are 10 generals per year, one per tribe. The generals are expected to lead from the front and
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UTSGCLA160H1Ben AkriggFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Veii, Municipium

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31 Jan 2018
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