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QUEEN'SCLST 129Anne FoleyWinter

CLST 129(W).docx

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April 11-12, 2003: looting of baghdad museum. Burning and looting of national archives in iraq. Ur (archaeological site) becomes army base in april 200
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QUEEN'SCLST 129Anne FoleyFall

CLST 129 - Fall2012.pdf

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Archaeology studying ancient civilizations with a focus on material remains, search for buried treasure, how do we find it, where do we look; began as
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QUEEN'SCLST 129Anne FoleyFall

CLST 129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Tiryns, John Myres, Michael Ventris

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QUEEN'SCLST 129Anne FoleyFall

129 Lecture 17: CLST 129 – October 23rd 2014

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Can"t expect him to do things like schliemann or evans: ba in classics in 1910, then to grade school, went on to do athens and spent 1911 1913 in athen
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QUEEN'SCLST 129Prof.Fall

CLST 129 Lecture Notes - Heinrich Schliemann, Hisarlik, Roman Art

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1716, prince elbouef transferred and digging stopped after about 6 years (vesuvius active again) 1738 charles iii of spain (now ruling south italy) ord
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QUEEN'SCLST 129Anne FoleyFall

CLST 129 Lecture 1: Intro + Pompeii (weeks 1-4)

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Rain and snow is extreme during winter however it does not last very long. Other time is hot with lots of greenery (spring, summer) The environment eff
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QUEEN'SCLST 129Prof.Winter

Term two lecture compialtion.docx

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Rome started as a few villages on hills. Italy had been held by other population groups. Greece by now is the west coast of asia minor, west coast of b
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QUEEN'SCLST 129Aoife FoleyFall

CLST 129 NOV 5.docx

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Linear b is very intense, they count and weigh and describe everything. Linear b has similar symbols as linear a. Lots of different kinds of pot which
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QUEEN'SCLST 129M Barbara ReevesFall

CLST 129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Knossos, Minoan Snake Goddess Figurines, Greek Dark Ages

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King tantalos killed his son pelops and served him to the gods, trying to test their fallibility. Zeus recognized the deception and cast tantalus into
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QUEEN'SCLST 129Anne FoleyFall

129 Lecture 15: CLST 129 – October 20th 2014

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QUEEN'SCLST 129Anne FoleyFall

CLST 129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Heinrich Schliemann, Knossos

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QUEEN'SCLST 129M Barbara ReevesFall

CLST 129 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cesis, Capitoline Museums, Vatican Museums

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Lecture 10: 15th & 16th century buildings in rome. Scattered ancient pieces of broken statues etc. Usually extremities such as the nose, face, and arms
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