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Class Notes for Classical Civilization at Carleton University


CARLETONCLCV 1003Laura BanducciFall

CLCV 1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Hypocaust, Thermae, Fluorine

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19 Apr 2016
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Our knowledge is mostly limited to texts. People approach medicine as magic (amulets, prayer, votives) No germ theory (starts in the 16th century) Mias
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CARLETONCLCV 1003J.J.GahanFall

roman studies terms 4.doc

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11 Dec 2012
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Clcv 1003 terms 4 class of friday, october 121. Known as the man of three hearts because he knew 3 languages; his native oscan (challenged latin at the
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CARLETONCLCV 1003Laura BanducciFall

CLCV 1003 Lecture 2: Lecture 2

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21 Mar 2016
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CARLETONCLCV 1003Laura BanducciFall

CLCV 1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Bloody Knife, Offal, Lares

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19 Apr 2016
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Prevalence of the gods in everyday life. Syncretism > blending of two or more religious belief systems into a new system. Temple of jupiter optimus max
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CARLETONCLCV 1003Laura BanducciFall

CLCV 1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Aeneid, Roman Abacus, Rhetoric

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19 Apr 2016
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From the greek paideia > teaching, education. Household slave responsible for teaching the children (nanny) Syllabary on a wooden tablet > written in g
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CARLETONCLCV 1003Laura BanducciFall

CLCV 1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pater Familias

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19 Apr 2016
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The home (physically, and in terms of the people) Flexible in the functionality of its space, moved according to season. Seems like front doors would h
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CARLETONCLCV 2305George HarrisonWinter

CLCV 2305 Lecture 3: CLCV-Lecture 3

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31 Jan 2017
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End of topic 8a power point today. Ancient technology has not changed but our ability to access that has improved a lot. Looking at mediterranean triad
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CARLETONCLCV 1003Laura BanducciWinter

CLCV 1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Rhea Silvia, Villanovan Culture, Augury

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12 Feb 2018
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Bc (cid:373)ea(cid:374)s (cid:858)(cid:271)efore christ,(cid:859) ad (cid:373)ea(cid:374)s (cid:858)anno domini(cid:859) (cid:894)after christ(cid:859)
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CARLETONCLCV 2305George HarrisonFall

CLCV 2305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Helen Keller, Roman Navy, Video On Demand

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25 Jan 2017
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Powerpoints are loaded in advance of lecture, notes will be loaded the day after lecture: because there is no textbook. Simple technologies persist, so
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CARLETONCLCV 1002C L C VWinter

Athletics in Ancient Greece Continued.docx

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3 Apr 2012
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Ancient olympics associated with warfare, but connection questionable. Contests test strength, endurance, basic fitness but not usually skills used in
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CARLETONCLCV 1003Laura BanducciFall

CLCV 1003 Lecture 2: Early Rome and the Roman Republic I

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19 Apr 2016
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The third century bce = from 300 to 201 bce. The first century bce = from 100 to 1 bce (3rdc) Archaeological evidence: burial remains (urns, not good s
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CARLETONCLCV 1002C L C VWinter

Greek Architecture.docx

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20 Mar 2012
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Pheidias, the most famous sculptor of his day, was in charge of the building project. No straight lines on building, every single block is unique. 3 el
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