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The Greek World

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CL101 Lecture 10: Athenians’ Drama Week
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Athenians’ Drama Week  Drama week where all the Athenians wo...

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CL101 Lecture 3: Greek Architecture
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Greek Architecture  One very basic principle, most and lintel s...

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CL101 Lecture 5: Greek World Periods
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Greek World Periods Mycenaean – with these people the Greek langua...

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CL101 Lecture 4: Greek World Civilization
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Civilization Civilization – establishment of a city  First ...

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CL101 Lecture 9: Homer and Iliad
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Homer and Iliad Homer th th ...

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CL101 Lecture 11: Philip and Alexander
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Philip and Alexander  Philip Becomes king in 359 BC  Philip...

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CL101 Lecture 1: Introduction to Greek World
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Introduction to Greek World ...

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CL101 Lecture 8: Sparta
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Sparta  Militarism, militaristic society in which the solid...

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CL101 Lecture 6: Greek Studies
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Greek Studies Humanism  Protagoras o Human being...

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CL101 Lecture 7: Wars
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Wars Athens  City of 20,000 people  Ionia are citie...

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CL101 Lecture 2: Greek Philosophy
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Greek Philosophy  Hellenistic period in 6 century BC ...

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