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Department
Classical Civilization
Course
CLCV 1002
Professor
Roger Blockley
Semester
Winter

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January 10 , 2014 CLCV 1002 B PASS: Jacob Forrest: [email protected] Monday 2:30 – 3:30 RB 3102 Wednesday 2:30 – 3:30 RB 3101 Friday 3:30 – 4:30 SA 411 [email protected] http://www2.carleton.ca/chum/greek­and­roman­studies/courses/ Greeks were the first to base their actions on the left hemisphere – unlike controlled by the  “Gods” (voices in their heads) Hellenol = Greeks word for Greeks 2000 BC – few or no Greek speakers but populated with Pelasgians (no one knew who they  were). Some people speaking ancient Greek entered Greece (Indo­European language), who  were called the Mycenaean’s (found near the coast of the Black Sea). All except two, were  abandoned in a short period of time.  • Group themselves based on languages:  o Aeolic: northern o Ionic: central – Athens  o Doric:  • Italy and Sicily were referred to as Great Greece and were much wealthier, and spread  into the Black Sea and Mycenaean. Greece is where the Greeks live.  • Grecia • Characteristics: religion, language • The Greeks regarded themselves as superior to the rest of the world; all non­Greeks were  seen as Barbarians (those who speak in languages they do not understand) and seen them  as civilized. • Regarded slavery as natural law (state or categories of a person) or the law of nations  (convention – no one is more naturally a slave than anyone else). But the Greeks viewed  slavery as natural and Romans viewed slavery as the law of nations.   • Greeks had a different view of the world; they were r
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