Class Notes for CLASSICS 1A03 at McMaster University

MCMASTERCLASSICS 1A03Spencer PopeFall

The Bronze Age.docx

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4 Dec 2013
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Ta"s: ms. stephanie carruth, mr. nigel haykin, ms. fae amiro. Reading listed on elm (listed by author"s last name) Avenue to learn: selected imaged fro
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CLASSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pictogram, Olive Oil, Uluburun Shipwreck

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CLASSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cyclopean Masonry, Beehive Tomb, Niello

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26 Sep 2016
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Cyclopean masonry = made by the cyclopes (one-eyed giants) Mythical home to agamemnon, son of atreus, married to clytemnestra. So called treasury of at
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CLASSICS 1A03 Lecture 7: Collapse of the Mycenaean Empire

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3 Oct 2016
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CLASSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Knossos, Rite Of Passage, Thalassocracy

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17 Sep 2016
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Destroyed by volcanic eruption during new palace period (lm ia) Dating the eruption of thera has been particularly difficult. The tradition date for th
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CLASSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Peplos Kore, Panathenaic Games, Moschophoros

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27 Nov 2013
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Acropolis: high city, high part of the city. Sanctuary of goddess athena (patron goddess of athens) Began as a mycenaean palace, abandoned during the d
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1A03Spencer PopeFall

Lecture 3: Mycaneans

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27 Nov 2013
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Greeks thought it was impossible that it was built by humans: hypothesized that it was made by cyclopes (giants); cyclopean masonry . Discussed in gree
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CLASSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Oplontis, Otium, Poppaea Sabina

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13 May 2016
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Otium = leisure, free time, peace (of mind) Otium = quiet contemplation, pursuit of the arts (poetry) at his own pace, away from the crowds of the city
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CLASSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Terracotta Army, Minoan Snake Goddess Figurines, Classical Antiquity

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13 May 2016
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St. peter martyred (peter was a martyr to early christians) here in ad 64. (stadium for primarily horse racing) Part of the early christian tradition i
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CLASSICS 1A03 Lecture 30: Classics Lecture 30

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13 May 2016
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Every part of the mediterranean coast was controlled by the romans. The roman empire had a lot of divinity. There is indigenous culture and then anothe
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1A03Spencer PopeFall

Origins of Rome.docx

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19 Nov 2013
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753-509 bc = monarchy ruled by kings. 27 bc = empire 3rd phase. Roman 2nd century ad is when rome was at its peak, followed by a slow empirical decline
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CLASSICS 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Protogeometric Style, Geometric Art, Amphora

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12 Oct 2016
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