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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Ephorus, Cyropaedia, Herodotus

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15 Dec 2012
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Nomos = custom, law, culture phusis = nature arete = goodness. Plato: goodness (arete) is knowledge historia = research, inquiry logographoi = historia
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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Aeschylus, Peisistratos, Dithyramb

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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Eupolis, Lysistrata, Ancient Greek Comedy

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15 Dec 2012
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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Cleisthenes, Phyle, Peisistratos

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25 Mar 2013
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Theophrastos from eresos wrote inquiry into plants which taught people how to use different plants for different symptoms of illness: he also taught ho
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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

October 25, 2012- Trade and Currency.docx

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25 Mar 2013
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In the majority of cities trade was used instead of coins, as currency was not accepted abroad. If one did not want to participate in trade they could
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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Erythrae, Greco-Persian Wars, Piraeus

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25 Mar 2013
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Persians were defeated and the greeks could have relief, but they were aware of the fact that the persians were still a menace. Delian league 478/7 bce
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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Solonian Constitution, Strategos, Hippeis

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25 Mar 2013
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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Trireme, Themistocles, Kubernetes

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25 Mar 2013
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The athenians planned to share out wealth by giving ten drachmas to each man. Themistokles persuaded the athenians to give up this plan and instead bui
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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Phidias, Riace, Callicrates

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15 Dec 2012
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New style of sculpture c. 480 bce. More realistic representation of flesh and muscles. More bronze statues in 5th c. , but few preserved due to decay a
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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Orientalizing Period, Kouros, Protogeometric Style

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15 Dec 2012
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Artists were also artisans, architects, who build devices and tools. Daidalos ( clever worker , designed the labyrinth, crafted wings for him and his s
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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Ephorus, Dialectic, Cyropaedia

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25 Mar 2013
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QUEEN'SCLST 100Christina ZaccagninoFall

CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Miletus, Uncommon Knowledge, Greek Alphabet

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25 Mar 2013
14
800-750 bce introduction of the greek alphabet. There were different dialects in greece, therefore this means different letters had different meanings
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