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UTSGCLA160H1Adriana BrookSummer

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Socii, Fregellae, Pyrrhic War

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28 Jul 2011
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509 to the 2nd century bce the early and middle republic. People in the neighbouring cities fighting over land and resources. As a result, rome expande
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Lecture 1: Minoan and Mycenaean

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5 Jul 2011
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 bce = before common era: also, bc = before christ, counts backwards (i. e. persian wars: 490 480 bce)  ce = common era: also, ad = anno domini = the
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Lecture 11 - Roman Overseas Expansion

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31 Jul 2011
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Carthage founded by the phoenicia; its colony. It controls a maritime empire; strong naval army: carthage had developed and it dominated all the phoeni
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Lecture 3 - Sparta, the Other Polis and The Persian Wars

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17 Jul 2011
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Lecture 9 - Roman Civilization

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26 Jul 2011
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3 liveable places: (1)etruria has the arno river (2)latium has the tiber and liris rivers (3)campania has the volturnus river. Climate more moderate an
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Lecture 4 - Athens Between the War

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17 Jul 2011
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Athens between the war the pentakontaetia (479 431 bce) The persian threat united all of greece; receding threat resulted in a crumbling relationship b
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Lecture 8 - Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Greece

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21 Jul 2011
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 philip i i groomed his son, alexander: was put in charge of administrative duties asked by his father to govern. Lots of exposure to greek ideas from
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Lecture 6 - The Peloponnesian War

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21 Jul 2011
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What made war inevitable was the growth of athenian power and the fear which this caused sparta.  epidamnos was owned by corcyra, who is allied with c
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Lecture 5 - Athens Between the Wars

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17 Jul 2011
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Later on, pausanias was thought to be tyrannical.  other polis thought athens would be better in charge of the greek fleet, and casually put athens at
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Lecture 7 - Shifting Hegemonies from Sparta to Thebes to Athens to Macedonia

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21 Jul 2011
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Shifting hegemonies from sparta to thebes to athens to macedonia (greece in the 4th century bce)  athens, no longer a player in politics: power switch
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CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Imperium, Gaius Maecenas, Pontifex Maximus

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27 Nov 2012
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Also in 31 bce is battle of actium. 27 bce renounces all official powers to the senate. 23 bce renounces official powers again, the senate grants maius
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Lecture 9 - Roman Civilization

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26 Jul 2011
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 we s t e r n c o a s t a t t r a c t s p e o pl e. 3 liv e a bl e pl a c e s : ( 1) ( 2) ( 3) Etr uri a h a s t h e ar n o riv e r. La ti u m h a s t
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