CLCV 1002 Lecture 2: CLCV Day 2

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Pass, allychapman@cmail. carleton. ca, twice a week workshops, tuesday 4-5:30 paterson hall 112, wednesday 1-2:30 tory 219. Identical workshops only go to one: start week of sept. 18, office hours friday 1:30- Clcv day 2: the bronze age: dates, bc [before christ] (new) and ad [anno domini aka the year of our lord] (original, bce [before common era] and ce [common era, begins with birth of christ] (created last. Literature: written by ancient authors, primary sources for this course, biases, problems understanding, almost all of the literature was meant to be spokes and performed. Sirocco is the predominant wind: sahara desert affects climate of greece, dry and hot but still precipitation. Laws, government, army, etc: population between 5000-15000, maybe just 100 km^2 of territory, language, dialects develop, doric, second most important, spoken at sparta, s and e peloponese, crete, rhodes. Ionic: best known, central aegean islands, spoken in athens as a variant.

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