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UTSGCLA204H1Chiara GrafSummer

CLA204H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Phases of the broad greek and roman classical period: early bronze age: 3000 bce to 1600 bce. Lends authority to the texts as well: daughters of zeus a
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UTSGCLA204H1E.BarbieroFall

[CLA204H1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 127 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
Picture of vase with odysseus impaling polyphemus in his eye. Email with greetings, and end with salutation and name (formal, otherwise she wont answer
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UTSGCLA204H1Chiara GrafSummer

CLA204H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Zeus, Greek Mythology, Athena

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20 Nov 2018
The greeks are a group by shared language and culture but not shared government. Greece used to be split up into little city-states which each had thei
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UTSGCLA204H1Peter BingFall

CLA204H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 52 pages long!)

52 Page
30 Nov 2017
Classical mythology refers to tales told of supernatural beings in the remote past. Eastern mediterranean greece and its colonies in the south of italy
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithSpring

CLA204H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
Office hours: wednesday 10-12 in lillian massey 126. Classical refers to greeks and romans, they lived in city states broken up into cultures and areas
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UTSGCLA204H1Chiara GrafSummer

CLA204H1 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Zeus, Greek Mythology, Athena

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12 Oct 2018
The greeks are a group by shared language and culture but not shared government. Greece used to be split up into little city-states which each had thei
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UTSGCLA204H1Peter BingFall

CLA204H1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 18 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
Classical mythology refers to tales told of supernatural beings in the remote past. Eastern mediterranean greece and its colonies in the south of italy
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithWinter

CLA204 Lecture 6 study notes

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26 Apr 2012
Greek names and their meanings: dana danaan maiden", danaoi danaans", tribe, danaos danaan man", danaan", ketos sea monster", nephele cloud", hellespon
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UTSGCLA204H1No IdeaFall

pretty detailed notes for the midterm

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6 Feb 2012
Character: certain mental imprint, choices; plot; distant past/shadowy time; anon. Traditional trado, hand over, transmitting generations thought expla
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UTSGCLA204H1Yuriy LozynskyFall

from before the 1st test

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11 Oct 2011
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RSM424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Retained Earnings

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7 Apr 2020
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UTSGWinter

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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UTSGWinter

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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UTSGWinter

MAT137Y1 Lecture 36: Applications

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6 Apr 2020
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UTSGWinter

MAT137Y1 Lecture 35: New Power Series

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6 Apr 2020
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UTSGWinter

MAT137Y1 Lecture 15: Applications of MVT

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6 Apr 2020
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UTSGWinter

MAT137Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Taylor Series

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30 Mar 2020
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UTSGWinter

MAT137Y1 Lecture 34: Power Series

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30 Mar 2020
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UTSGWinter

MAT137Y1 Lecture 35: Taylor Polynomials

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30 Mar 2020
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UTSGCLA204H1Jarrett WelshFall

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Northrop Frye, The Instructor, Science Policy

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5 Oct 2012
University of toronto fall 2012 and place: Lillian massey building (125 queen"s park), room 211 directly after class on thursdays; and by appointment.
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithWinter

Cla204 Notes.docx

28 Page
27 Apr 2012
M thos (ancient greek) authoritative speech ; a word, speech, or tale; the story or plot of a narrative. Myth (english) a traditional story of collecti
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UTSGCLA204H1Jennifer Helen OliverFall

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Sexual Penetration, Homoeroticism, Bsc Young Boys

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5 Dec 2018
Sex is to do with body > genitalia, chromosomes, hormones. Intersexual > in-between sexes: gender is to do with cultural things that are inside head. D
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UTSGCLA204H1Regina HoescheleWinter

CLA204H1S LECTURE 1

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25 Jan 2012
Classical mythology greco roman antiquity y 4th century bc expansion of greek empire y the hellenistic age y roman empire came in, took over the greek
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithSpring

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fertile Crescent, Theogony, Lucretius

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17 Jan 2018
Office hours: wednesday 10-12 in lillian massey 126. Classical refers to greeks and romans, they lived in city states broken up into cultures and areas
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UTSGCLA204H1Jennifer Helen OliverFall

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Homeric Hymns, Cornucopia, Hierophant

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5 Dec 2018
Goddess of grain; associated with agriculture and fertility since earth is the seat of fertility. Symbols > grain, snakes, cornucopia "horn of plenty",
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UTSGCLA204H1Jennifer Helen OliverFall

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Phrixus, Pelias, Aeson

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5 Dec 2018
Athamas, king of orchomenos > son, phrixus and daughter helle: wife is nephew > left for ino. Ino"s jealousy for phrixus leads to famine > makes up pre
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UTSGCLA204H1Jennifer Helen OliverFall

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Theogony, Etiology, Typhon

7 Page
5 Dec 2018
Cosmogony: origin of the world (greek kosmos= world; gonia= begetting) Theogony: origin of the gods (greek theos= god) Descriptiive term, one worded or
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UTSGCLA204H1Jennifer Helen OliverFall

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Actaeon, Roman Kingdom, Pietas

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5 Dec 2018
For the passages focus on the quotation at hand, not generality of the myth itself. Try to use as specific examples as possible!! Callisto reaching up
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UTSGCLA204H1Regina HoescheleWinter

CLA204H1S LECTURE 2

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25 Jan 2012
820ff) y mnemosyne (one of the titans) is mother of the muses (from mnemosyne and zeus) Zeus y when zeus impregnates metis, he doesn t want to be overt
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UTSGCLA204H1Chiara GrafSummer

CLA204H1 Chapter 1: Reading 1- Creation Myths

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6 Sep 2018
The homeric epics, the iliad and odyssey are slightly earlier than hesiod"s two surviving poems; the works and days and the theogony. While homer treat
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UTSGCLA204H1Peter BingFall

CLA204H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Pentheus, Actaeon

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5 Dec 2017
Proem: invokes the gods, not specifically the muses. Creation of the world to the present day, focussing on transformations. The world is given form by
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UTSGCLA204H1Winter

CLA204 Massive Notes Document - All Myths

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2 Oct 2013
Hesiod in his epic poem the theogony offers the earliest greek version of genesis. Chaos ( yawning void ) provides the beginning for creation. Later wr
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UTSGCLA204H1Yuriy LozynskyFall

CLA204H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Lucius Mummius Achaicus, Temple Of Jupiter Optimus Maximus, Roman Sculpture

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4 Apr 2016
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UTSGCLA204H1Peter BingFall

CLA204H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-9: Deianira, Baucis And Philemon, Procris

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5 Dec 2017
Jason, leader of the argonauts, and the quest for the golden fleece. King aeetes will only give him the fleece is he completes tasks the ki(cid:374)g"s
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UTSGCLA204H1Yuriy LozynskyFall

CLA204H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Roman Mythology, Anna Perenna, Vestal Virgin

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4 Apr 2016
Roman legends are adaptations of greek legends tho they still had an independent existence. Native italian gods became id with greek gods. Equaled roma
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UTSGCLA204H1Peter BingFall

CLA204H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-6: Philomela, Proserpina, Triptolemus

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5 Dec 2017
3 daughters of minyas weave and tell stories instead of joining worship of bacchus. Story 1: pyramus and thisbe fall in love and run away because of th
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UTSGCLA204H1Jarrett WelshFall

CLA204 LECTURE 1 Readings

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19 Oct 2012
The establishment of a single, comprehensive definition of myth has proved impossible to attain. No one definition can satisfactorily embrace all the v
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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

CLA204H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Twelve Olympians, Cronus, Eileithyia

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3 Jan 2012
Chapter 5-the twelve olympians: zeus, hera and their children. Hestia, goddess of the hearth and its fire. She rejected both poseidon and apollo and vo
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UTSGCLA204H1Claesson WelshFall

Chapter 4 - Zeus' rise to power: The creation of mortals

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3 Jan 2012
Chapter 4 - zeus" rise to power: the creation of mortals. When zeus has grown into maturity, cronus decided to bring up all the children that he had sw
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UTSGCLA204H1Regina HoescheleWinter

CLA204H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trojan War, Zeus, Achilles

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4th century bc expansion of greek empire. Roman empire came in, took over the greek empire. The emperial age: starts with augustus. Mythos : word, spee
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UTSGCLA204H1Jarrett WelshFall

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Northrop Frye, The Instructor, Science Policy

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UTSGCLA204H1Peter BingFall

CLA204H1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 18 pages long!)

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Classical mythology refers to tales told of supernatural beings in the remote past. Eastern mediterranean greece and its colonies in the south of italy
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UTSGCLA204H1E.BarbieroFall

[CLA204H1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 127 pages long Study Guide!

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Picture of vase with odysseus impaling polyphemus in his eye. Email with greetings, and end with salutation and name (formal, otherwise she wont answer
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UTSGCLA204H1Summer

CLA204H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ars Amatoria, Erinyes, Georgics

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21 Jun 2013
Offered to euripedes by zeus and he accepts human race is stuck with women. Pandora"s box: contains all the bad things in the world: metis (94, 100, 11
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UTSGCLA204H1Chiara GrafSummer

CLA204H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Phases of the broad greek and roman classical period: early bronze age: 3000 bce to 1600 bce. Lends authority to the texts as well: daughters of zeus a
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithWinter

CLA204 Midterm 1 Notes

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15 Feb 2012
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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UTSGCLA204H1Chiara GrafSummer

CLA204H1 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Zeus, Greek Mythology, Athena

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12 Oct 2018
The greeks are a group by shared language and culture but not shared government. Greece used to be split up into little city-states which each had thei
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithSpring

CLA204H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

40 Page
28 Mar 2018
Office hours: wednesday 10-12 in lillian massey 126. Classical refers to greeks and romans, they lived in city states broken up into cultures and areas
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UTSGCLA204H1Marion DurandWinter

CLA204H1 Midterm: Midterm Study Guide

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CLA204H1 Midterm: Name, Places & Terms Review Sheet

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CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Dactylic Hexameter, Epic Poetry, Argonautica

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CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Oeneus, Deianira, Tragedy

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