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CLA230H1 Lecture 9: Archaic Athens
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find more resources at oneclass.com Archaic Athens Athens [and Sparta] had an unusually large territory for an archaic polis. Didnt really participate in the colonization period, but instead Attica went through inte...

Classics
CLA230H1
Ephraim Lytle
CLA230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Athenian Democracy, Xenophanes, Crypteia
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find more resources at oneclass.com Archaic Sparta Aristocrats [not Sparta] [Theognis and Xenophanes] - Athletics, a ritualized warfare had to have time and money to spare to participate; just like fa...

Classics
CLA230H1
Ephraim Lytle
CLA230H1 Lecture 7: Archaic Greece 750 to 480
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find more resources at oneclass.com Archaic Greece 750-480BC Sources: - Later prose history none from the archaic, but later Herodotus, Thucydides, which give us accounts based on oral tradition [gen...

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CLA230H1
Ephraim Lytle
CLA230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Lefkandi, Dreros, Homer
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find more resources at oneclass.com 8 Century Renaissance and Homer Sites: Lefkandi continuously occupied from about 2100BC until the early iron age evidence for social strata and contact during the dark age with t...

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CLA230H1
Ephraim Lytle
CLA230H1 Lecture 4: Bronze Age – Minoan Crete and Mycenae
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find more resources at oneclass.com Bronze Age Minoan/Cretan, Mycenaean Minoan society emerge on Crete, the earliest Aegean state - Why they emerged is still being debated - Minoans names after the myth...

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CLA230H1
Ephraim Lytle
CLA230H1 Lecture 3: History and the Environment
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find more resources at oneclass.com History and the Environment Pre-history more uncertainty that regular history, more questions than answers Chronology Stone Age 300,000-3000 [Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Greece sp...

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CLA230H1
Ephraim Lytle
CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Sexual Penetration, Homoeroticism, Bsc Young Boys
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Gender its Transgressions Hermaphrodite comes from gods Hermes and Aphrodite Sex and Gender Sex is to do with body > genitalia, chromosomes, hormones Intersexual > In-between sexes Gender is to do with cultural things tha...

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CLA204H1
Jennifer Helen Oliver
CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Thyrsus, Maenad, Pentheus
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Dionysus Alternative name > Bacchus Symbols: thyrsus, leopard skin, ivy, grapevine God of: wine, theatre, ritual, madness Represents enthusiasm When get drunk you let spirit of Dionysus become part of you; Infuse inside of...

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CLA204H1
Jennifer Helen Oliver
CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Actaeon, Roman Kingdom, Pietas
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Rome Midterms Focus on one theme Possible themes to focus on > what do these stories tell us about the societies from which they came? Shared mythical motifs? Symbolism? Political significance? (eg, Arachne) For the passag...

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CLA204H1
Jennifer Helen Oliver
CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Phrixus, Pelias, Aeson
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Medea Phrixus, Helle, the Golden Fleece Involves number of oracles and goings back-and-forth Athamas, king of Orchomenos > Son, Phrixus and daughter Helle Wife is Nephew > Left for Ino Inos jealousy for Phrixus leads to fa...

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CLA204H1
Jennifer Helen Oliver
CLA204H1 Lecture 7:
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Heroes 1. Perseus Story of Zeus golden shower Acrisius consults Oracle > Told to that if he has a grandson then he will kill him; Will be succeeded and killed Tries to stop daughter from conc...

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CLA204H1
Jennifer Helen Oliver
CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Trojan War, Odysseus, Clytemnestra
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Events after Iliad Trojan Allies -Penthesiliea > Joined to fight with Trojans, but killed by Achilles; Apparently supposed to be in romantic relationship -Memnon > Achilles kills him; Ethopian; Exotic allie ...

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CLA204H1
Jennifer Helen Oliver
CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Gull Wing, Rob De Luca, Calydonian Boar
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Begin 5:10- 6:10 Worth 25% Three Sections: 1. Short Answer Questions > One word or a couple. Who is the Mother of Athena? Metis. Define certain terms, but mainly factual about who the ch...

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CLA204H1
Jennifer Helen Oliver
CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Homeric Hymns, Cornucopia, Hierophant
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1. Demeter (Lat. Ceres) Goddess of Grain; Associated with agriculture and fertility since earth is the seat of fertility Epithets > Fair-Haired, Giver of Fine Gifts Symbols > Grain, snakes, cornucopia Horn of Plenty, ploug...

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CLA204H1
Jennifer Helen Oliver
CLA204H1 Lecture 3:
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Olympian Gods Notes: -Be consistent with names -Try to get as close as possible The Olympians Zeus (Jupiter) Hera (Juno) Poseidon (Neptune) HadesPluto Hephaestus (Vulcan) Aphrodite (Venus) Demeter (Ceres) > Goddess of Grai...

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CLA204H1
Jennifer Helen Oliver

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