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CLAS 1100X Lecture 3: CLASSICS 09/10

Mesopotamia & The Epic of Gilgamesh We will be visiting a handful of placed around the Mediterranean, like Mesopotamia, and Ancient Israel, Greece, and Rome Mesopotamia means between the rivers, Mesopotamia is wedged b...

Classics
CLAS 1100X
Dr. Grundke
CLAS 1100X Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: J. R. R. Tolkien, Human Beings In Buddhism, James George Frazer

What is Myth? Key Terms: Mythos Word, story myth; Anything that is delivered by speech, as well as ideas exchanged in words. Logos Word, discourse, rational speech, root in a historical account; Words with a claim to truth...

Classics
CLAS 1100X
Dr. Grundke
CLAS 1100X Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Homeric Hymns, Archaic Greece

Myths can both touch up on challenges that seem foreign, as they are tales of old, but it also touches up on timeless challenges 4 Major Units: 1. The Hero and the Community in Babylon, and Archaic Greece 2. Cosmic and com...

Classics
CLAS 1100X
Dr. Grundke
Classics
CLAS 2362
Diamond Eli
Classics
CLAS 2362
Diamond Eli
Classics
CLAS 2362
Diamond Eli
CLAS 2362 Lecture 4: Milesians Cont. and the Pythagoreans
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SEPT t4, no 6 Milesians cont. 60 +ndt hus s Merely the name in place. Cup le Ich cannot named of bonne ories on mate Aalshs cor Aristotle, Calls the Smply the inbetween n shapeless and food vreless the idea na l Mene the n...

Classics
CLAS 2362
Diamond Eli
CLAS 2500X Lecture 4: Nouns Cont.
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Mini some term OMIC, ron Mas Ge a Se finite article also declines b nd Dedenson Nauns mo. SC cawed the om cron declension sometimes G. Tau RN er. The form small The MPA cultivates tho farm. ectives agree wth nguns (cha gen...

Classics
CLAS 2500X
Mac Leod Leona
CLAS 2500X Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Genitive Case, Accusative Case, Nominative Case
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SEPT n, 20 s na 'ng' sound PRESENT EN MEV EIS E TE 3rd AuEL I loosen verbs identif LA: person, number. Mood, voke Moo Ds Ind tive I cative IMperative COMM and Jnct we trying to impose ur will upon real to Clet vs...) yo QI...

Classics
CLAS 2500X
Mac Leod Leona
Classics
CLAS 2362
Diamond Eli
CLAS 2362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Meletus, Socratic Method
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Philosophy on Trial Lecture 2 Friday, September 9, 2016 Plato’s Apology - Socrates in the Apology appears to be at odds with his assumed total ignorance (especially in his use o...

Classics
CLAS 2362
Diamond Eli
CLAS 2500X Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Greek Alphabet, Semicolon, Smooth Breathing
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Intro Ancient Greek Lecture 2 Friday, September 9, 2016 The Greek Alphabet Name Letter Pronunciation Alpha ...

Classics
CLAS 2500X
Mac Leod Leona
CLAS 2362 Lecture 1: Lecture 1: Philosophy of Socrates

Philosophy on Trial Lecture 1 Wednesday, September 7, 2016 The Philosophy of Socrates before Socrates philosophy was of the natural variety, like natural science Socrates was interested in human things: how to live, huma...

Classics
CLAS 2362
Diamond Eli
CLAS 1800X Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Transitive Verb, Preposition And Postposition, Penultima

Introductory Latin Monday, September 14, 2015 Syllables Basic Rules of Syllables A syllable has a voweldiphthong, possible consonants Divides two adjacent vowelsdiphthongs dea (goddess) dea Put any single intervening co...

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CLAS 1800X
Grundke Christopher
CLAS 1800X Lecture 1: Lecture 1 (Semester 1)

Introductory Latin Friday, September 11, 2015 The Sounds of Latin Vowels Long Short a as in father a as in adrift e as in they e as in bet i as in machine i as in bit o as in note o as in pot, off u as in human

Classics
CLAS 1800X
Grundke Christopher

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