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The Greek World

CL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Antiphon, Aeschylus, Trojan War
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Athenians’ Drama Week  Drama week where all the Athenians would gather at the theater and watch plays that were written especially for the occasion  In the morning you saw tragedies  In the after...

Classical Studies
CL101
Nirmal Dass
CL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Robert Drews, Human Frailty, Anax
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Greek World Periods Mycenaean – with these people the Greek language arises, and this is now called Greece  Speak greek  write and read greek  linear B language  remain in predominance until y...

Classical Studies
CL101
Nirmal Dass
CL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ancient Greek Architecture, Ancient Greek Temple, Corinthian Order
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Greek Architecture  One very basic principle, most and lintel structure is what they innovate with and all their buildings can be explained with this simple concept  Best known for the temples – found throughou...

Classical Studies
CL101
Nirmal Dass
CL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cycladic Culture, Chalcolithic, Animal Sacrifice
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Civilization Civilization – establishment of a city  First establishment of civilization is the Cycladic culture 4000BC – 2000BC  Purpose of a city is not simply to benefit from the land rather the city is pl...

Classical Studies
CL101
Nirmal Dass
CL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Persian Princess, Battle Of Gaugamela, Athenian Democracy
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Philip and Alexander  Philip Becomes king in 359 BC  Philip II of Macedon will rescue Greece (absolute king)  Consolidated power and constructed a powerful empire power base (Pella is capital)  He has acq...

Classical Studies
CL101
Nirmal Dass
CL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Ionic Greek, Trojan War, Middle Ages
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Homer and Iliad Homer th th  8 century BC or possible 9  Connected with story of troy and Trojan war  Ionic Greek indications it merges with Aelion Greek  Homer is...

Classical Studies
CL101
Nirmal Dass
CL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hieratic, Peloponnesian War
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Introduction to Greek World Pre-History • a period of time before there was writing • predominately material culture, trying to make sense of...

Classical Studies
CL101
Nirmal Dass
CL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ancient Greek Architecture, Physical Attractiveness, Hippocratic Oath
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Greek Studies Humanism  Protagoras o Human beings were the measure of the world o Explanations should not come from outside the human mind o We look to ourselves to explain that whi...

Classical Studies
CL101
Nirmal Dass
CL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Helots, Grand Place, Gerousia
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Sparta  Militarism, militaristic society in which the solider citizen is paramount o Enduring hardship, discipline, talented fighter, present the best you can no matter what happens to you...

Classical Studies
CL101
Nirmal Dass
CL101 Lecture 7: Wars
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Wars Athens  City of 20,000 people  Ionia are cities which are not part of the Greek world, they belong to the Persian empire, known as the Achaemenid Empire Achaemedid Empire  Because of its ...

Classical Studies
CL101
Nirmal Dass
CL101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Agnosticism, Ringfort, Atheism
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Greek Philosophy  Hellenistic period in 6 century BC  Political philosophy, ethics, metaphsyics, ontology, logic, biology, rhetoric, aesthetics  Abandoned notion that fundamental to life the ...

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