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HIST 225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Plebeian Council, Plebs, 18 Months
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The Censor: is elected every six years. 2 elected. Only for 18 months. They carry out the census. At the end of the 18 months, job is over. Then re-elect another 2 to carry out the next census 6 years later....

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HIST 225
Renee Bouchard
HIST 225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Marcus Terentius Varro, Attic Style, Sallust
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Ancient Authors (Continued): Julius Caesar: Full name: Gaius Julius Caesar: Born in 100 BC assassinated on March 15, 44 BC. He wrote several things, but we only have 2 texts written in the heat of mi...

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HIST 225
Renee Bouchard
HIST 225 Lecture 2: class 2 hist 225
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Two types of evidence: 1. Literary (books, poetry, plays, etc.) Primary evidence 2. Non literary evidence NonLiterary evidence: Archeology. Excavated monuments. Monuments can tell us about religion and civic functions. Hel...

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HIST 225
Renee Bouchard
HIST 225 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Capitoline Hill, Magna Graecia, Esquiline Hill
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HIST 225 Renee Bouchard Week 1 Italy Map: 260000 sq. kilometers o Know all points on the map, the Alps separate Italy from the rest of Europe. 4 Rivers, Arnos, Tiber, Valturnus, ilirs? ...

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HIST 225
Renee Bouchard
HIST 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Harvest

Rural Life and the Environment Thursday, January 18, 201811:45 AM Landscapes and victuals (from end of Middle Ages) 18th c. most Euros lived in rural settlements of less than 5k inhabitants Despite growth of urban sector P...

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HIST 207
tedmccormick
HIST 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Infant Mortality

Gender and Family Tuesday, January 16, 20181:10 PM Households, family and the life cycle Images of early modern households are familiar due to the roles which are being portrayed; also unfamiliar due to settings (furniture...

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HIST 207
tedmccormick
HIST 285 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Section 33 Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, International Covenant On Civil And Political Rights
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Tuesday March 28th 2017 mercredi 29 mars 2017 16:06 • Jaggi Singh – supposed to be guest speaker • How resistance is also regulated Main Ideas • Do ‘human rights’ laws actually work? • The value of huma...

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HIST 285
Jennifer Marla Clamen
HIST 285 Lecture 1: Reading Notes

Boyd 2011 Sources of Law PRINT 20170112 7:23:00 PM P.29 Magna Carta: feudal charter, a restatement of classical feudalism, and as such, benefit primarily the baronial interests Until the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in ...

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HIST 285
Jennifer Marla Clamen
HIST 340 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: English Reformation, Valor Ecclesiasticus, Pilgrimage Of Grace

Henrician Reformation King's Great Matter: Henry VIII's desire to divorce Catharine of Aragon. Political aspects of henrician reformation 1525-1540. Henry 8th: different from father: different style of government, mor...

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HIST 340
Ted Mc Cormick
HIST 340 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: List Of Scottish Monarchs, Gaelic Revival, Middle Scots

Early Tudor Regime War of the Roses: starting point, the backdrop of the accession of Tudor accession (Henry the 7th). Begins to look like a centralized state, a strong monarchies, differentiate departments, controls fin...

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HIST 340
Ted Mc Cormick
HIST 340 Lecture 2: HIST 340 2

Three Kingdoms, Four Nations Archipelago: group of islands. North Sea, British isles. 4 peoples: the Irish the English the scots the welsh. English Channel= moat defensive, serves it in the office of a wall. Island menta...

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HIST 340
Ted Mc Cormick
HIST 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Little Burgundy, Baby Boomers, Youth Culture

Places that Define us Changing TimesChanging Canada Baby boomers embraced more liberal social values o Youth culture o Social conflict o Womens movement Changes: o Royal Commission on the Status of Women 19671970 o Attitud...

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HIST 205
Steven High
HIST 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Public Health, Samuel Gompers, Social Stratification

Dangerous Foreigners the Workers Revolt in Canada Part III: A Nation of Immigrants Open door policy (for Europeans): recruitment of cheap labour, farmers Population explosion o 19011911 up by 34 Patterns of Migration Two ...

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HIST 205
Steven High
HIST 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: William Lyon Mackenzie King, Megaproject, Baby Boom

Cold War Cold War Canada Origins: o The atomic bomb o Cold war at home o North American defense o Postwar prosperity o Megaprojects Demographic explosion Baby boom generation Family Transformation of the city and mass cons...

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HIST 205
Steven High
HIST 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Serbian Nationalism, Guerrilla Warfare, Bilingual Education

The Road to the Great War 18961918 Introduction Prime Ministers: Wilfred Laurier 18961911, Robert Borden 1911 The rise of FrenchCanadian Nationalism o Execution of Riel 1885 o Manitoba school question 1890 o LaurierGreenwa...

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HIST 205
Steven High

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