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Greek Civilization

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CLAS 1P91 Lecture 3: LEC3_Sept14 Fall 2017

CLAS 1P91 Lecture 3 9142017 4:23:00 PM Minoans and Mycenaeans of Bronze Age Greece Stone Age Bronze Age Iron Age For Minos was the first person we hear of to acquire a fleet: he had over riding control of the Aegean Sea, g...

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CLAS 1P91 Lecture 2: LEC2_Sept11 Fall 2017

CLAS 1P91: Lecture 2 9112017 4:10:00 PM The Land of the Hellenes Pre History BCE Before Common Era (CE) BC Before Christ (AD) Minoans Mycenaeans When was Ancient Greece? (p. 220) Bronze Age 30001100 BCE Dark Age 1100750 BC...

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CLAS 1P91 Lecture 9: CLAS-1P91, Tuesday May 31, The Trial and Death of Socrates

Note:Final Exam June 3rd,79 pmWCDVIS Aristophanes Clouds : * Comedy (usually had a happy ending unlike tragedies). Komoidia Song of the Komos (referring to the afterparties of the syposions). Comedic works ofAristophane...

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CLAS 1P91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Peisistratos, Dionysia, Satyr Play

What is Ancient Greek Theatre? 05242015 *Three types: Comedy Tragedy Satyr (Comic relief paired with a tragedy,aka Satire). * Tragoidia (tragedy,the goat song).Its derivation is uncertain. * It is possible that tragedies...

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CLAS 1P91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Peisistratos, Cleisthenes, Direct Democracy

What is Democracy? 05172016 I am of that odius class of men called democrats Wordsworth Demcracy is the form of governement expect for all the others Churchill Who participated in the Athenian democracy? direct democrac...

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CLAS 1P91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Delian League, Propylaea, Strategos

* Note: Final Exam on June 3rd,79pmWCDVIS. * Pericles (495 429) *Wealthy aristocrat,related to Cleisthenes. * Elected to generalship (strategos) 15 years in a row. *Was very supportive of agressive policies towardsAthens ...

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CLAS 1P91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Detroit Olympia, Omphalos, Arete (Moral Virtue)

Delphi and the Oracle of Apollo. Temple of Apollo: 05/10/2016 * Omphalos stone (navel aka "belly button of the world") -Thought to mark the center of the world. - Stone given to Cronus by Rhe...

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CLAS 1P91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Trireme, Public Participation, Twelve Olympians

Midterm: Tuesday May 17th 2016 10/05/2016 * Multiple Choice = 40% *True/False = 20% * Short essay (you will have a choice of topics) = 40% * (Midterm Study Sheet on Sakai)...

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CLAS 1P91 Lecture 2: CLAS-1P91, Thursday May 5th 2016_ Hesiod & Homer, Athens & Sparta

The Rise of the Polis : Athens and Sparta 05052016 * Hesiod,a greek oral poet from Boeotia,a country north ofAthens. * Lived in late 8th Century BCE.Unlike Homer,he actually wrote about his own time period.His works are a ...

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CLAS 1P91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ancient Greek Architecture, Linear B, Minoan Civilization

Syllabus 03/05/2016 * Instructor:R.Angus Smith * Office:IC 310 * Office hours:Tuesday 1-2 or by appointment *Tel:905-608-5550 x3798 * Email:rsmith@br...

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