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Classical Studies 3903 Lecture 18: Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes February 14 2019 Part Two
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find more resources at oneclass.com FEBRUARY 14 2019 LECTURE THE EARLY IRON AGE THE AEGEAN: INSULARI...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture 11: Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes January 29 2019
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JANUARY 29 2018 LECTURE THE MYCENAEANS AND THE GREAT KINGS The Mycenaeans and their domain o Mycenaean culture o Relations with others and extent of Mycenaeanization The Hittite Empire o Homeland o Connection with Mycenaea...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture 16: Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes February 7 2019
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find more resources at oneclass.com FEBRUARY 7 2019 LECTURE THE END AND THE BEGINNING: LATE BRONZE AGE / EARLY IRON AGE TRANSITION ...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Cyclopean Masonry, Peak Sanctuaries, Bull-Leaping
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FEBRUARY 5 2019 LECTURE COLLAPSE!! ND MODES OF INTERACTION IN 2 MILLENNIUM EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN Artistic Interactions Western craftsmen moving to the East Topic of art moving o Debate about whether bull leaping came from ...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture 1: Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes January 8 2019
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JANUARY 8 2019 LECTURE GEOGRAPHY The Eastern Mediterranean The Near East o Mesopotamia o Anatolia o Levant Egypt The Aegean o Mainland Greece o Crete o Islands The Eastern Mediterranean There was a wide variety of landscap...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture 7: Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes January 22 2019
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JANUARY 22 2019 LECTURE THE MINOANS AND THE EASTERN EMPIRES Major Themes Development of truly international relationships Formalization of trade routes and partnerships Different scales of movement Agency, selective acquis...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture 10: Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes January 24 2019
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JANUARY 24 2019 LECTURE THE MINOANS AND THE EASTERN EMPIRES: PART FOUR AEGEAN: RISE OF PALACES AND THE BEGINNING OF TRUE NETWORK CONNECTIVITY Akrotiri, Thera One of the best examples of the Minoan culture spreading through...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Chalcolithic, Hellenistic Period, Dendrochronology
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JANUARY 8 2019 LECTURE TIMELINE 4000 3000 BCE o Neolithic Early Bronze Age Monumental construction and writing in Mesopotamia Empire beginning to form and wiritng in Egypt Greeks are living in huts Hunter gathers 3000 2000...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture 8: Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes January 22 2019 Part Two
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JANUARY 22 2019 LECTURE THE MINOANS AND THE EASTERN EMPIRES: PART TWO MESOPOTAMIA AND ANATOLIA rd nd Mesopotamia in the late 3 and 2 Millenniums 2350 2150 BCE o The Akkadian 2150 2000 BCE o The Gutians 2125 2000 BCE o The ...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cylinder Seal, Fertile Crescent, Mass Production
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JANUARY 15 2019 LECTURE EARLY MIDDLE BRONZE AGE: THE EARLIEST CONTACTS MESOPOTAMIA: FIRST CITIES TO THE AKKADIAN EMPIRE 400 2200 BCE This area known as the fertile crescent allowed for pockets of people to begin to develop...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Minoan Pottery, Minoan Chronology, Millennium Site
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JANUARY 17 2019 LECTURE EARLY MIDDLE BRONZE AGE: THE EARLIEST CONTACTS AEGEAN Crete Late 4 millennium early 3 millennium o Scattered villages with a handful of families o Few indications of social ranking or craft speciali...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture 4: Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes January 15 2019
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JANUARY 15 2019 LECTURE EARLY MIDDLE BRONZE AGE: THE EARLIEST CONTACTS Major Themes Initiation of long distance travel communication o First cultural contact Climate Change o Caused by human versus natural variation Comple...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture 9: Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes January 22 2019 Part Three
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JANUARY 22 2019 LECTURE THE MINOANS AND THE EASTERN EMPIRES: PART THREE AEGEAN: RISE OF PALACES AND THE BEGINNING OF TRUE NETWORK CONNECTIVITY Crete Did not suffer the same type of fate at the end of the 3 millennium BCE I...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3903 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Paleobotany, Bioarchaeology, Dendrochronology
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JANUARY 10 2019 LECTURE ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHOD AND TERMINOLOGY Settled Communities Leave Behind Complex settlements o Architecture Standing Buildings Ruins o City Plans Streets Buildings Open Spaces o Artifacts Pottery Ston...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3903
Catherine Pratt
Classical Studies 3490F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Decius, Claudius Gothicus, Chariot Racing
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find more resources at oneclass.com FEBRUARY 11 2019 LECTURE TETRARCHIC LEGISLATION, PALACES AND ROME: PART TWO Imperial Capitals and Palaces ...

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Classical Studies 3490F/G
Alexander Meyer

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