Class Notes for Classical Studies at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

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UTSCCLAA04H3Chris WallaceFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture Notes - Fraternities And Sororities, Minoan Civilization, Lerna

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13 Nov 2012
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First example of bronze age in greece. Didn t leave much evidence beyond little stone people: buried with people and seemed to be purposefully broken i
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UTSCCLAA04H3Chris WallaceFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture Notes - Lagash, Theistic Evolution, Enheduanna

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13 Nov 2012
57
Ability to irrigate from the tigris and euphrates rivers gave the mesopotamians the chance to begin farming throughout their land. They needed this typ
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UTSCCLAA05H3Tracy L.SpurrierSummer

CLAA05 Lecture 1: CLAA05-AncientMyth 1-5

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26 May 2016
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UTSCCLAA04H3Chris WallaceFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture Notes - Archaic Greece, Basileus, Dreros

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13 Nov 2012
29
Palaces destroyed and not rebuilt, resulting in a decline in population: however, may not be actually decline because, instead of palaces, villages bec
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UTSCCLAA04H3Chris WallaceFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture Notes - Carpe Diem, Ars Amatoria, Orthopraxy

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22 Nov 2012
37
People outside of rome accepted augustus as the son of a god (julius caesar). This led to a type of religious control during his rule of rome. Augustus
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UTSCCLAA04H3Chris WallaceFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture Notes - Second Punic War, Tophet, Grappling Hook

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13 Nov 2012
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Carthage did not have impact on italian society, even though they were neighbours for close to 300 years. (this is an assumption) Despite the tophet, t
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UTSCCLAA05H3Tracy L.SpurrierFall

CLAA05 Lecture 3: Egyptian Gods and the Underworld

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26 Oct 2015
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Egyptian gods: sometimes with animal head, human head, or their specific symbol, concept of ma at, one essential element in ancient egyptian life is th
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UTSCCLAA04H3Chris WallaceFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture Notes - Sicilian Expedition, Socratic Method, Euripides

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13 Nov 2012
41
We have more information about ancient athens because they gave us the largest body (corpus) of literary work. This is not even because they literally
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UTSCCLAA04H3Chris WallaceFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture Notes - Comparative Literature, Common Era, Intertextuality

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13 Nov 2012
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UTSCCLAA06H3Vichi CiocaniWinter

Chapter 9-12.docx

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28 Sep 2012
50
Chapter 9: myths of the female deities aphrodite, artemis and athena. Female olympians seem more to be aspects of a single religious concern with the f
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UTSCCLAB06H3Karen DionWinter

CLAB06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Gallienus, Euergetism, Dominate

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8 Dec 2014
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* beneficial ideology represents the notion that emperors were magnanimous. Literary sources are less numerous from other periods, can be biased there
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UTSCCLAA04H3Chris WallaceFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture Notes - Haruspex, Septimius Severus, Diocletian

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29 Nov 2012
51
Cato urged romans the romans to destroy which city: a) sparta, b) babylon, c) elis, d) carthage. Ids (ten names, terms, concepts have to choose five to
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