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UTSGCLA230H1Dimitri NakassisFall

Lecture 18: Hellenistic World

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4 Dec 2011
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CLA230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Peloponnesian League, Ionian Revolt, Polis

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3 Mar 2013
22
Darius and xerxes battle of marathon as mentioned previously nothing really happens for about ten years two reasons for the ten year lull death of dari
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Lecture 19: Rome

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5 Dec 2011
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Lecture 15: The Peloponnesian War

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19 Nov 2011
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CLA230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Epigraphy, Athenian Democracy, Peisistratos

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14 Apr 2013
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Inscriptions and greek history famous example of the rosetta stone, dated 196 b. c. Decree establishing the cult of ptolemy v importance of the rosetta
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Lecture 16: The 4th Century BC

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23 Nov 2011
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Lecture 17: The Greek House

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28 Nov 2011
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CLA230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Croesus, Oligarchy, Spartan Constitution

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2 Mar 2013
22
Lycurgus, whether or not it is true, will help the rest of sparta to accept it these figures become legendary positive people who are attributed to man
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Lecture 8: Solon and Lycurgus

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17 Oct 2011
23
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CLA230 Lecture 10 Notes

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2 Mar 2013
25
Greek colonization by 550bc, had colonies all over the mediterranean, stretching from asia. Cyrene colony established around 631 bc present-day libya m
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CLA230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Animal Husbandry, Basileus, Hephaestus

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19 Jan 2013
27
East no longer thought to be this way. Crete becomes mycenaean-ized greek speakers conquering crete or local. Cretans adopting mycenaean way of life li
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CLA230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Ionian Revolt, Cyrus Cylinder, Croesus

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3 Mar 2013
17
Beginning of the archaic period persian empire did not exist two dominant kingdoms in the near east the first was the assyrian empire. Medes pastoral g
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