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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Enkidu, Iliad, Sexual Conflict

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23 Apr 2013
13
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CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fetial, Plautus, Lightning

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8 Dec 2012
12
Lecture 6 - individuals and religion p. 2; roman religion in the public sphere: household gods give evidence that there are lots of gods - not just the
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CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Rhea Silvia, Omen, Capitoline Hill

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8 Dec 2012
23
Important vocabulary: cultus (from colere) - what do you mean by cult", from verb meaning to take care/attend to", a group to worship certain deities,
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CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Eyewitness Testimony, The Persians, Golden Fleece

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23 Apr 2013
16
Thursday, feb. 7/2013: the ionian revolution began systematic study of myth, cataloguing, and rational analysis. Etymology: historia means to inquire,
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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

Lecture 1 - Introduction: Geography, Language & Archaic Greece.doc

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7 Jan 2013
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CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Bacchanalia, Pomerium, House Church

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8 Dec 2012
21
Outside the pomerium: or a main centre for cremated remains housed in niches, christians built underground chambers where you could bury your dead in s
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CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Septuagint, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Human Power

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8 Dec 2012
16
Persians conquer babylon (538 bc); alexander the great conquers persia, seleucids rule judea: allowed to rebuild their temple. We can trace the end of
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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Theogony, Iron Age

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23 Apr 2013
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Lecture 7 - Gods and Humans in Roman Religion

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8 Dec 2012
22
Lecture 7 - gods and humans in roman religion. Group work: examine bnp #2. 1, 2. 2, 2. 4, 2. 7, 2. 8 (our group did 2. 2, what do these passages reveal
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CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Arval Brethren, October Horse, Pomerium

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8 Dec 2012
18
Lecture 4 - religious spaces and objects in the roman world. 1 hour: anything from reading and lectures, vocabulary identification, short answer, long
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CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Epic Poetry, Lucretius, Epicureanism

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23 Apr 2013
21
Pleasure is the goal, and the drive that pushes all organism. His ideal state = ataraxia ( lack of disturbance ) Chief obstacles to this ideal state: i
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CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - James George Frazer, Iobates, Hippie

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23 Apr 2013
12
There are several instances where homer"s characters recount myths are several key points in the iliad and the odyssey at key points. These episodes of
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