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WESTERNCS 2200Aara SuksiFall

Classical Studies 2200 Lecture 9: classics midterm #2 notes

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13 Oct 2015
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WESTERNCS 2200Aara SuksiFall

Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Actaeon, Proserpina, Hypermnestra

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13 Oct 2015
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiSpring

Classical Studies 2301A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cleopatra, Theatre Of Ancient Rome, Ptolemy Xii Auletes

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24 Apr 2014
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The five things: title, we"re reading one of cicero"s courtroom speeches, most commonly known in latin as the. Pro caelio, translated in your book as i
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BDebra NousekFall

Classical Studies 2301A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Symbolic Interactionism, Relative Deprivation, Iliad

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25 Oct 2017
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Legal: defi(cid:374)es (cid:272)ri(cid:373)e as (cid:862)la(cid:449) (cid:271)reaki(cid:374)g (cid:271)eha(cid:448)ior(cid:863, law is a necessary conc
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BRandall PogorzelskiSpring

Classical Studies 2301A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Publius Cornelius Lentulus Sura, Social Control Theory, Wield

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24 Apr 2014
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He lived (probably) from 86 35 bce. In the 60s bce, there was political turmoil in rome. The two main factions were the conservative optimates and the
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WESTERNCS 2200Kendall SharpFall

Classical Studies 2200 Lecture Notes - Homicide, Tiryns, Mania

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10 Feb 2014
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Classics 2200: myth, story or story elements, traditional no text, author, only variants. Myths don"t have authors but sources have authors: subject to
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WESTERNCS 2301A/BDebra NousekFall

Classical Studies 2301A/B Lecture 4: Greek Tragedy - The Oresteia

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25 Oct 2017
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Tantalus: rich and popular amongst the gods, gods constantly came over for dinner, wanted to test to see if the gods could tell he cooked his child int
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 14: Roman Law and Punic Wars

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26 Jan 2017
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4 periods of roman law: primitive (800-200 bc) (cid:858)pri(cid:373)iti(cid:448)e(cid:859) (cid:271)e(cid:272)ause it e(cid:373)phasizes rigid adhere(c
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WESTERNCS 2300David LamariFall

Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cynosarges, Compulsory Education, Female Education

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30 Jan 2018
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WESTERNCS 2300David LamariFall

Classical Studies 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Panathenaic Games, Epidaurus, Visual Entertainment

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24 Nov 2017
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The asklepeia: for the god of healing (asklepious, he found out how to bring people back from the dead, the gods killed him and made him a god. 1: he h
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WESTERNCS 1000David LamariFall

Classical Studies 1000 Lecture 12: Introduction to Rome

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12 Jan 2017
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27 bc-ad 476: imperial (the emperor has a dominant position in rome) The roman empire: rome c. 509-338 bc: ro(cid:373)e"s desti(cid:374)y is to ha(cid:
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WESTERNCS 2300David LamariFall

Classical Studies 2300 Lecture 15: Lesson 15 - Sports and Entertainment in the Roman Empire (Feb. 7th 2018)

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26 Feb 2018
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