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CLST 105 Lecture 1: CLST 105 Creation Myths Sept 11 2017

Classics 105 Creation Myths/Theories of Myths Sept 11, 2017 Hesiod Him and Homer are poets around the same times ~700 BCE (The beginning of the Archaic age (written Greek History)) Made known by this fight with brother...

Classical Studies
CLST 105
Cillian O'Hogan
CLST 105 Lecture 2: Classics 105 Origins of Humans Sept 18

Classics 105 The Origins of Humans Sept 18, 2017 # The Origins of Humans Where do people come from? Many different accounts -People were made by Prometheus (using clay and water) (this Idea is also reinforced in Apollodor...

Classical Studies
CLST 105
Cillian O'Hogan
CLST 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Staphylococcus, Streptococcus
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Module 12: Animals, Plants, Minerals Roots for Animals and Plants zo- animal; living organism zoon [Greek] animal zoology (zo-o-logy) zoological garden = zoo ichthy- ...

Classical Studies
CLST 301
Shelley Reid
CLST 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Foreign Body, Adrenal Gland, Vesica Piscis
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Module 11: The Urinary, Endocrine, and Lymphatic Systems Bodily Fluids The Urinary System ur, urin urine urinary tract urination process of eliminating urine Context!! Related terminations: uria (condition of the) urine pa...

Classical Studies
CLST 301
Shelley Reid
CLST 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Gastrointestinal Tract, Bacteriophage, Ileum
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Module 9: The Mouth and the Digestive System Anatomical Roots: Mouth and Digestive System Uranus (Uranos in Greek) Sky God Has a planet named after him Not a very nice god, has nasty myths associated with him Castrated...

Classical Studies
CLST 301
Shelley Reid
CLST 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Ethmoid Bone, Skeletal Muscle, Cardiac Muscle
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Module 10: The Musculoskeletal System Technical terms vs. lay terms In Mod. 10, the technical terms are given first, the lay are terms after in bold. Example: clavicle; collar bone Should use the lay term; must use when as...

Classical Studies
CLST 301
Shelley Reid
CLST 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Heme, Panoramic Photography, Arche
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Module 7: Reproductive System Anatomical Roots Male reproductive system didym didymos [Greek] twin orch, orchi, orche, orchid orchis: testicle [Greek] All named after the Orchid flower (if you dig up an orchid flower, th...

Classical Studies
CLST 301
Shelley Reid
CLST 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Second Punic War, Philip V Of Spain, Greek East And Latin West

CLST 232 LECTURE 8 Procedures in Legislation (cont) How to make a law Magistrate goes to the senate This is part of traditio, not actually a law ...

Classical Studies
CLST 232
Leanne Bablitz
CLST 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Imperium, Praetor, Fasces

CLST 232 LECTURE 5 Organization of Roman Republican Government Magistrates Consuls First type of magistrate after expulsion of the kings 2 Consuls Principle be...

Classical Studies
CLST 232
Leanne Bablitz
CLST 232 Lecture 12: CLST 232 Lecture 12

CLST 232 LECTURE 12 Last lecture: Gaius going off to found a colonia near Carthage Drusus counterproposal made Gaius proposal look extreme Gaius wants to run for a third time as tribune in 122 for the 121 Loses election du...

Classical Studies
CLST 232
Leanne Bablitz
CLST 232 Lecture 11: CLST 232 Lecture 11

Lecture 11 Gracchi Part 2 Allies had two alliances, one with Scipio Aemilianus and the second with Fulvius Flaccus, expect changes Allies rebel, starting at Fregellae Was a Latin colonia Isolated revolt, quickly put down i...

Classical Studies
CLST 232
Leanne Bablitz
CLST 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Plebeian Council, Marcus Octavius, Gaius Gracchus

CLST 232 Lecture 10 The Gracchi Tiberius Sempromius Gracchus One of the 10 tribunes of the plebs Came from a respectable family, may have come from outsid...

Classical Studies
CLST 232
Leanne Bablitz
CLST 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Respiratory System, Philia, Renal Medulla
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Some additional points of grammar 1. Adjectives: in sentences or when defining phrases Be careful of the use of pertaining to dermal: pertaining to the skin, located in the skin When writing sentences, e.g dermal inf...

Classical Studies
CLST 301
Shelley Reid
CLST 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hygieia, Greek Underworld, Necrosis
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Review of Connecting Vowel Rules 1a. Never after a prefix infradermal Infra-abdominal rare example (without dash is acceptable) infrainguinal 1b. Before a prefix, if prefix placed between two roots mentopericheilitis...

Classical Studies
CLST 301
Shelley Reid
CLST 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cochlea, Stapes, Lentil
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Last Lectures 1. Traced the growth and spread of Greek and Latin languages 2. Considered why Greek forms the foundation for medical-biological terminology 3. Took a brief look at ancient Greek medicine which produced mu...

Classical Studies
CLST 301
Shelley Reid

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