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Department
History
Course
HISTORY 1M03
Professor
Sean Corner
Semester
Winter

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History 1M03 Jan 13 2014 Dr. Sean Corner Jan 15 2014 Lecture▯Core 1 Greek Dark Age [c.1150­750] • C. 11 : depopulation, a world of isolated villages [simple, 1 room houses], burials  are simple [hardly any objects buried with deceased], not much archaeological  evidence • C. 1050: Ionian migrations o Beginning of Iron Age th • C. 10 : stagnation • C. 10 ­9 : beginnings of growth • C. 8 : Greek renaissance ▯ growth development, 2 n period state­formation o Greece and Greekness: not 1 state but many, rival states sharing a larger  common culture [common myths, religion, language] • C. 8 : beginning of formation of individual states but also of Pan­Hellenism  [Olympics, Delphi] o Defining borders and emergence of state identities o From geometric art to the return of figurative • C. 730­580: the Greeks ▯ mainland Greece, Aegean islands, Ionia, colonial states • Myth and religion central to state formation/identity formation • PanHellenic Poetry: second half of century o C. 8 : homers Iliad and odyssey th o C. 8 : the phonetic alphabet • Not palaces but civic temples • C. 750: sanctuaries • C. 750­700: 1st 100 temples [hekatompeda]  • C. 700: explosion of temple building [increased in popularity] and votives at  same time as impoverishment of grave goods • C.700­675: communal cemeteries • Creation of town, market, public meeting squares [agora]
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