Class Notes for History at George Mason University (GMU)

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GMUHIST 100Susan SchulzeFall

HIST 100 Lecture 2: HIST 100 - Lecture 2

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17 Dec 2016
3
Roman development: colonies for trade, n. coast of med, pushed into asia minor and caused etruscans to relocate, maritime arm of assyrian, expansion al
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GMUHIST 100Susan SchulzeSpring

HIST 100 Lecture 1: Classical Antiquity

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15 May 2016
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GMUHIST 100Susan SchulzeFall

HIST 100 Lecture 3: HIST 100 - Lecture 3 Notes

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17 Dec 2016
4
The final stage in the transformation of the republic into a monarchy. Octavian centralized the power of the government to himself. Octavian ties the m
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GMUHIST 100Susan SchulzeSpring

HIST 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Timothy Well, Social Stratification, Plebs

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29 Sep 2016
0
Etruscans move to italian peninsula because they flee from the neyo assyrians. 750-510 bc (process of change) evolution of roman society and the format
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GMUHIST 100Susan SchulzeSpring

HIST 100 Lecture 2: HIST 100 Roman Republic

Paige Downing4 Page
15 May 2016
11
Creation of the constitution: transferred from kingship. Sovereign authority person / group that holds all the power & generates law. Sinterriata deman
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GMUHIST 100Susan SchulzeSpring

HIST 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Princeps, Imperium, Praetorian Guard

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29 Sep 2016
9
Imperial era time period process of change people author. Centralization of authority in a single person comes in many different forms, rebuilding the
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GMUHIST 100shulzeSpring

HIST 100 Lecture 3: Lecture 3

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7 Aug 2018
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GMUHIST 100shulzeSpring

HIST 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Plantation Economy, Cash Crop, Vocab (Song)

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7 Aug 2018
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GMUHIST 100shulzeSpring

HIST 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Carolingian Dynasty, Merovingian Dynasty, Feudalism

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7 Aug 2018
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GMUHIST 125ScullyFall

HIST 125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Columbian Exchange, Smallpox

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28 Sep 2017
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One part is to identify and explain the significance of a person, concept, place, etc. The other part is an essay question of 2 choices. New food crops
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GMUHIST 125ScullyFall

HIST 125 Lecture 1: Sept 5 Lecture

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7 Sep 2017
0
The ideas of modern and modernity are concepts that emerged in history to describe these new features of the world. 8 trade circuits of the 13th centur
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GMUHIST 100Susan SchulzeFall

HIST 100 Lecture 1: HIST 100 - Lecture 1

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17 Dec 2016
5
Development of europe and european intercontinental conquest and exploration. The early modern advancement of social contrast governance. John lock two
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