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Class Notes for Classical Studies 2300 at Western University

Sport & Recreation In The Ancient World

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Aphrodite Urania, Pankration, Odysseus

Chapter 9:Athletes and Heroes Heroes in Greece, Hero was a religious term either some mythological figure person where one or both of their parents were Gods or when that person died, they were turned into a God even if th...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Plate Armour, Open-Pit Mining, Vestal Virgin
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March 28, 2018 Classics 2300 Lecture 19 Types of Animals Used Domestic native to Italy. Animals like deer, pigs, bears, bulls, etc. Exotic panthers, hippos, elephants, etc. Problem = almost all the literary and visual evid...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Vomitorium, Social Control, Winter Solstice
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March 21, 2018 Classics 2300 Lecture 18 Gladiators, Arenas and Empire Horses bones are fragile and if they fall down they will most likely break something and have to be put down This is why there are so many horse tombsto...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Chariot Racing, Roman Kingdom, No Idea Records
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Classics 2300 Lecture 16 Days at the Track: Chariot Racing Most popular spectacle in ancient Rome They had the largest crowds 66 days out of the year in Rome there would be chariot racing state sponsored racing 2 months wo...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Endangerment, William Wyler, Aedile
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Classics 2300 Lecture 17 Auriga Auriga is the term for charioteer Charioteers were classified as infames because they were in public and getting paid They are almost all slaves, or ex slaves once they bought themselves out...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Spaced, Rugby Union Positions, Roman Citizenship

ClassicsLecture16:ChariotRacing The imperial Circus Maximus (Most popular spectacle) th Dates back to the Regal era/6 century (constantly renovated) Romans were confused by ...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture 3: Classics midterm 3

Classics Lecture 11: Training and Buildings The Buildings Training complex is comprised of 1-3 of these things: Palaistra, Gymnasion, Bath house Entire complex was called the Gymnasion but in course we call it the...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Curse Tablet, Roman Kingdom, Reserve Teams In Norwegian Football
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Days at The Track: Chariot Racing By far the most popular sceptical for the Romans o They would be shocked that we are so focused on Gladiators Every 66 days (roughly 2 months max) there would be ...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Discobolus, Akon, Cithara

Lecture 4 Classics The Pentathlon Stadion (footrace) Diskos (Discus) Halma (Long Jump) Akon (Javelin Throw) Pale (Wrestling) o No specific order o Wrestling was the only thing not held in the Stadium o Aristotle said the b...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Homeric Question, Bridle, Dorian Invasion

Lecture 2 Classics Minoan performances: rites, contests, or spectacles? Minoans (c. 30001200) o Control controlled by Greece No literature, only art Non greek culture, south of the Greek islands Dominated Greece before gr...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Wardrobe Malfunction, Strigil, Aryballos

Lecture 1 The Ages of Greek History 30001200 BC: Bronze Age 1200750 BC: Dark Age 750490 BC: Archaic Age 490323 BC: Classical Age 32330 BC: Hellenistic Age athletic nudity Athlete: prize Agon: meetcompetition Agony Gymnasiu...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture 15: Sport and Entertainment in Roman Empire
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Classics 2300 Lecture 15 Sport and Entertainment in the Roman Empire Map To the right of this map are the regions alexander the great conquered By 201 they controlled all of Italy, some Mediterranean islands and part of Sp...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Aedile, Secular Games, Roman Triumph
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Classics 2300 Lecture 14 SS Chapter 13: The Roman Republic Festivals, Celebrations, Games Roman Timeline 1. Regal Era (Down to 509 BC) Means ruled by kings Monarchy ended around 509 2. Republic (509 BC 27 BC) Means that...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture 13: Politics, Society and Arete
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January 24, 2018 Classics 2300 Lecture 13 Politics, Society and Arte Free Agency Free Agency in ancient Greece Every athlete was a free agent Every polis was independent so if they wanted an athlete, they simple had to ...

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Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Strigil, Life Insurance, Opportunity Cost
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January 17, 2018 Classics 2300 Lecture 12 Athletics as Entertainment in Hellenistic and Roman Period Alexander Alexander is near Thrace on the m...

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