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WESTERNCS 1000Bernd Steinbock

Classical Studies 1000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 31 pages long!)

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They dealt more with culture, but still relied on written texts for their methods: architectures: Rst thing everyone thinks of [ancient greece] is temp
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WESTERNCS 1000Christopher BrownFall

Classical Studies 1000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 42 pages long!)

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What events meant to the ancients? (e. g. a sacked city, but by whom was it sacked and why?) Ca. means circa , a latin term for around", or about". 150
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WESTERNCS 1000Bernd Steinbock

Classical Studies 1000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 60 pages long!)

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They dealt more with culture, but still relied on written texts for their methods: architectures: Rst thing everyone thinks of [ancient greece] is temp
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WESTERNCS 1000Bernd SteinbockFall

Classical Studies 1000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 54 pages long!)

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During this time period greeks developed a concept of what human life was for they believed the polis was the means to that end (the polis was the mann
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

[Classical Studies 1000] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (128 pages long!)

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Primary: anything from the ancient world; coming directly from the subject/age of study. Secondary: what modern scholars have to say about the primary
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WESTERNCS 1000Christopher BrownFall

[Classical Studies 1000] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 232 pages long Study Guide!

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What sources can we use: physical, texts: the greeks and romans left a lot of texts which give insight into their values. This is different because man
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WESTERNCS 1000Bernd SteinbockFall

[Classical Studies 1000] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 25 pages long Study Guide!

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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

[Classical Studies 1000] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (95 pages long)

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Gold, silver, bronze, and pottery (survives best over the years and gold is the most reliable when setting up a chronology) How chronology ( the arrang
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WESTERNCS 1000kelly olsonFall

Classical Studies 1000 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Yamaha Motif, White Bull, Wetherlam

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Used in agriculture, plow is sh more food. Sir arthur evans- archeologist excav empire of king minos. Common era = ano dominae mon metal in a furnace t
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WESTERNCS 1000Bernd Steinbock

Classical Studies 1000 Study Guide - 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Ancient Greece, Tiryns, Time

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Periods of greek history: bronze age (3000-1100 b. c. , darkage (1100-750 b. c. , archaic age (750-480 b. c. , classical age (480-323 b. c. , hellenist
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Physics 1028A/B Midterm: Physics1028 Practice Midterm Exam

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WESTERNPhysics 1029A/BEugene WongWinter

Physics 1029A/B Final: Physics1029 Practice Final Exam Answers

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Physics 1029A/B Final: Physics1029 Practice Final Exam

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Applied Mathematics 1201A/B Final: Final Learning Objectives + Study Notes

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Physics 1029A/B Midterm: Physics1029 Practice Midterm Exam

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WESTERNPhysics 1029A/BEugene WongWinter

Physics 1029A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mississippi Highway 15, Round-Off Error, Standing Wave

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Astronomy 2021A/B Lecture 3: UnitQuiz-3

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Astronomy 2021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Apparent Retrograde Motion, Nicolaus Copernicus, Astronomical Object

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The possibility of extraterrestrial life was first considered: after the invention of the telescope, only during the past few decades, at the turn of t
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WESTERNAstronomy 2021A/BMartin Zinke- AllmangWinter

Astronomy 2021A/B Lecture 2: UnitQuiz-2

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WESTERNMedical Biophysics 3505FNiel GelmanWinter

Medical Biophysics 3505F Quiz: Lecture 5- Review Questions

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Review questions i for mbp3505f (sept 21, 2017: consider an nmr signal obtained with 2 tesla magnetic field from a phantom containing inorganic. S(t) =
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 15: The Fall of the Republic (82-32)

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Sulla"s first march on rome (88: enters with 6 legions. Declares marius and others enemies of the state. Takes his army to fight in pontus: marius & su
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 14: Roman Law and Punic Wars

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4 periods of roman law: primitive (800-200 bc) (cid:858)pri(cid:373)iti(cid:448)e(cid:859) (cid:271)e(cid:272)ause it e(cid:373)phasizes rigid adhere(c
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 12: Introduction to Rome

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27 bc-ad 476: imperial (the emperor has a dominant position in rome) The roman empire: rome c. 509-338 bc: ro(cid:373)e"s desti(cid:374)y is to ha(cid:
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Roman Citizenship, Pyrrhic Victory, Auctoritas

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Various types of roman religion/spirits: deities: sky god; war god. All gods that romans had adopted greek god personas. Replaced by greek stories: ani
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Women In Ancient Rome, Roman Art, Imperium

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The early principate (leading man guiding behind the. The army (majus imperium) granted, by law, the ability to o(cid:448)errule so(cid:373)eo(cid:374)
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 16: Augustus + Roman Living

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Octavian as sole ruler (30 ad onwards: was in power for around 45 years, adopted son of julius caesar and no one resisted him (300,000 soldiers, (cid:8
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Prenuptial Agreement, Hellenistic Religion, Hellenization

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Alexander had no will so after he died, there was no plan. Only two males left in his family (purged his family remember?) Half-brother was spared prob
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WESTERNCS 1000Catherine PrattWinter

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Calcite, Topnotch, Nekhbet

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Week #1 readings: intro: ancient egyptians created 2d and 3d objects/images to function as a meaningful part of cults of gods and the dead, statues pro
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Cimbri, Numidia, Novus Homo

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Republican coins: rely upon coins, there (cid:449)as(cid:374)(cid:859)t (cid:373)u(cid:272)h e(cid:448)ide(cid:374)(cid:272)e. Temple of hercules victo
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Ludus Magnus, Gladiator, Lightning

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Crucifixion, beasts, flames, games (be a gladiator and die on the battle field) Evidence from southern italy in 4th c. At funeral of wealthy man, two s
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WESTERNCS 1000Christopher BrownWinter

Classics 1000 Textbook Notes.docx

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The domination of one dialect over another is usually due to external rather than linguistic features. In the case of latin, roman military expansion c
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariWinter

The Greeks Textbook Notes 2.docx

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Tragedy means goat song but surviving tragedies have little to do with rituals involving goats. Performed for several days in march at the festival gre
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Iliad, Scheria, Odysseus

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There is connection between homeric poems and pre-historic greece there are certainly. Agamemnon from the iliad comes from mycenae which homer calls ri
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WESTERNCS 1000Bernd SteinbockFall

Classical Studies 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 90: Ephebos, Chariot Racing, Bsc Young Boys

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An important institution in greek life for male citizens was the gymnasium. The word is derived from the greek word gymnos meaning naked implying that
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WESTERNCS 1000Bernd SteinbockFall

Classical Studies 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Eleatics, Pre-Socratic Philosophy, Sarpedon

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Philosophy meaning in greek the love of wisdom. Aristotle notes that prosperity in ionia gave leisure time that allowed philosophical and scienti c spe
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Textbook Notes.docx

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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

The Greeks notes.docx

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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariWinter

Classical Studies 1000 Chapter 1: Classics 1000 January 5 Reading Notes

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January 5 reading notes: the origins of rome, rank and status, roman constitution pp. The birth of rome to the ultimate destruction of the empire spans
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WESTERNCS 1000Bernd SteinbockFall

Classical Studies 1000 Chapter 1: Reading The Greek Chapter 1 p1-29

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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-20: Impluvium, Ennius, Pozzolana

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Lec 01: greek and roman civilization 9/17/2012 3:16:00 pm. Articulate, concerned about affairs, persuasive, rewarding/worthwhile to read, testament of
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[Classical Studies 1000] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (39 pages long)

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[Classical Studies 1000] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (95 pages long)

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Classical Studies 1000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 60 pages long!)

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Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 15: The Fall of the Republic (82-32)

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Crete earliest centre of civilization later thought of as greek world. Greece invaded by greek-speaking dorians from north. Dorian invasion responsible
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Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 14: Roman Law and Punic Wars

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4 periods of roman law: primitive (800-200 bc) (cid:858)pri(cid:373)iti(cid:448)e(cid:859) (cid:271)e(cid:272)ause it e(cid:373)phasizes rigid adhere(c
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The milesians: active in the 6th century bc first known philosophers around coast of asia minor, physical or natural philosophers called the physikoi b
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Use the headings from the textbook to organize your midterm notes. Many people and institutions reach their peak during this period: 323 30 bc: when al
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WESTERNCS 1000Kelly OlsonFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Minos, Common Era, Knossos

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Greece: 3500 146 bce: romans take greece in 146. Why do we call it this: abundance of bronze artifacts. Bronze is a combination of copper and tin. Bron
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Classical Studies 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Psykter, Lyric Poetry, Krater

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Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 12: Ancient Slavery

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No extended defenses / discussions of slavery. Slaves made up around 35% of the population: athens is a slave society. Cost of slave changes based on t
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Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 3: Greek Theatre and Drama

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Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 6: Greek Homoerotisism

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Classical Studies 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Human Penis Size, Eye Contact, Group Sex

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Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 8: The Greek Wedding

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Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 9: Greek Law

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