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CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Olive Oil, Meritocracy, Dionysia

Classical Civilizations Lecture 14 2009 Athens (The Growth of Athens) - democratic Athens in the Bronze and Dark ages Little colonization - innovative, free thinking, spirited Aboriginal - had always been there - Athena go...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dionysia, Community Theatre, Proscenium

nd Lecture 21 November 2 , 2009 Greek Drama Origins of tragedy Information comes from Athens New type of literature called drama Great cultural festival once a year for one week Theatrical festival for god Dionysus no publ...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Diadumenos, Discobolus, Riace

Lecture 19 20 October 28, 2009 Classical Greek Art and Architecture Delphi Charioteer C. 477, 5 11, votive offering, makes a vow bronze charioteer, life-size, from classical period Copper along headband and lips, clothed,...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Polis, Ostracism, Trireme

Lecture 17 October 23 , 2009 Athenian Democracy 509-458 Isonomia Restricted nobles from large proportions of power Equal the law the law should be applied to everyone equally how you were treated depended on who you were a...

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CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Theogony

Lecture 4 September 21, 2009 Early Greek Myth and Hesiod Myth Any story that means various things to various people been around for long period of time Anthropomorphic gods look, like and behave like humans Humanocentric S...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Epode

th Lecture 11 October 7 2009 Archaic Lyric Poetry Poem that is sung to the accompaniment of a lyre Series of words that cannot being change without becoming something entirely different, if you change one line it is no lon...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Doryphoros, Severe Style, Moral Relativism
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ART AND THOUGHT IN THE FIFTH CENTURY BC Herodotus o may 25 585 bc o first solar eclipse ...

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CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Carnea, Strategos, Iranian Philosophy
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PERSIA AND THE GREEKS 550-490 BC THE GREAT WAR 480-479 BC Persian empire o Achaemenid (the royal family) o East of the greek world there was no dark age collapse, pressures ...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Crypteia, Peisistratos, Pederasty In Ancient Greece
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A TALE OF TWO ARCHAIC CITIES COUNTRY AND PEOPLE THE GREEKS AT HOME Suppose the city of Sparta to be deserted, and nothing left but the temples and the ground plan, distant ages would be very unwilling to believe that the p...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Galerius, Scoti, Ponte Milvio
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THE FALL OF ROME AND THE LEGACY OF THE CLASSICAL WORLD trajan 98117 ad rome grew to its greatest physical size under his reign hadrian 117138 ad buildt a wall, putting an end to roman expansion (symbolic gesture that rome ...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Publius Clodius Pulcher, Foreskin, Palestine Exploration Fund
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RELIGION AT ROME roman myth interpretatio graeca Romans took myths of the greeks and interpreted them o Romans were inspired by the greeks o Made the greek gods roman roman religion the state Romans saw religion as an expr...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Pozzolana, Roman Concrete, Mount Pentelicus
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ART AND ARCHITECTURE Parthenon and Pantheon Greek and Roman architecture are very different Parthenon (greek) o It is flirting with you o Perfect proportion, beauty and harmony Pantheon (roman) o Confronts you boldly from ...

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CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Human Capital
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ROMAN TECH AND ENGINEERING thermae massive baths (social hubs in conquered territory) Thermae to the romans is what the gymnasium is to the greeks bridges link territories together Purpose o Create permanent extensions acr...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Pax Romana, Gladius, Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus
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THE ROMAN ARMY legio to select, to choose Romans were selected to partake in the army and fight as required o Formed a phalanx o Involved romans wealthy enough to provide their own equipment triplex acies the threeline sys...

Classical Studies
CLAS 1000
John Walsh
CLAS 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Pythagorean Theorem, Sporus, Poppaea Sabina
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ROMAN SEXUALITY AND GENDER a lot of what we know about sexuality and gender comes from the study of graffito corpus inscriptionum latinarum Preserved in the body of latin inscription o Complimented on inflating someone wel...

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CLAS 1000
John Walsh

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