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Class Notes for CLCIV 101 at University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Classical Civilization I: The Ancient Greek World (in English)

CLCIV 101 Lecture 8: Greece Map 1650-2000 BC

Greece Map ThebesKing Oedipusfulfilled prophecy that he would accidently kill his father and marry his mothereventually destroyed by Alexander the great ThessalyGreat planes, good for riding horses (region, that borders Ma...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture 1: Greek Civilization 101 Midterm

Greek Civilization 101 Midterm Minoans Society 20001600 B.C. Invention of sailing ships and writing (Linear A) Creteseparated from the mainland by 75 miles an island on the southern part of the Aegean Cnossusmassive palace...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture 22: Final Study Guide

Final Study Guide Sophocles and Greek Tragedy Aeschylusfirst surviving tragic poet, he wrote the Persians (470) honoring Themistocles Sophocles496406, he was a friend of Herodotus, and wrote Oedipus and Antigone and was a ...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Pheidippides, Dionysia, Lenaia

Lecture 21 1. Aristophanes, comic dramatist, 445-387 BCE a. Plays a.i. Lysistrata, 411 BCE a.i.1. Women take over state, end the war by a sex-strike ...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture 16: Lecture 16: Imperialism and Democracy- The Athenian Empire

Lecture 16: Imperialism and Democracy- The Athenian Empire 1. Battle of Salamis 480 BCE 2. Battle of Plataea 479 BCE a. Won by Spartan leader Pausanias 3. Herodotus of Halicarnassus 484-425 BCE ...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture 14: Lecture 14

Lecture 14 1. Athens after the Persian Wars a. 479-431 BCE: rise of the Athenian Empire in the Aegean b. Athens as leading cultural center of Greece 2. Reasons for Athens’ cultural supremacy ...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Athenian Democracy, Trireme, Olive Oil

Lecture 17 1. Only barbarians wear trousers a. Citizens wear chitons a.i. Women’s chitons go down to ankles 2. Gynaikeion (women’s quarters) vs. Andron (men’s quarters) 3. No ...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Older Parthenon, Egyptian Temple, Ictinus

Lecture 15 1. The rise of Athens as artistic center of Greece a. Foundations laid by policies of Solon and Pisistratus b. Wealth of Athenian Empire c. Reactionary regime in Sparta ...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Eleusinian Mysteries, Secret Ballot, Prytaneis

Lecture 22 1. 399 BCE a. A jury of 501 Athenians condemns Socrates to death by poison for a.i. Believing in gods other than those in whom the city believes in a.ii. Corr...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Parodos, Cithaeron, Pentheus

Lecture 18 1. Ionian Religious reformers a. Pythagoras of Samos 560-500 BCE a.i. Reincarnation a.ii. Vegetarianism b. Xenophanes of Colophon 565-475 ...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Hippocratic Oath, Klazomenai, Epicurus

Lecture 20 1. Philosophy- love of wisdom a. “Love of wisdom is the guide to life” 2. The Presocratic Thinkers of Miletus a. Thales of Miletus a.i. Visited Egypt ...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture 23: Lecture 23

Lecture 23 1. Athens becomes the center for higher education in Greece. 2. Plato 423-347 BCE a. Aristocrat descendent of kings of Athens and of Solon b. Nephew of Critias and Charmides (30 ...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Brasidas, Peloponnesian War, Proxeny

Lecture 19 1. Thucydides a. Athenian general, 460-400 BCE b. Exiled from Athens after capture of Amphipolis, 424) 2. Aristotle 384-323 BCE a. Founder, with Thucydides, of polit...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture 24: Lecture 24

Lecture 24 1. Timeline of 4th century history a. 404: Sparta defeats Athens b. 395-387: Thebes, Corinth, Argos and Athens fight Sparta c. 387: Persia brokers peace and gets Ionia ba...

Classical Civilization
CLCIV 101
Richard Janko
CLCIV 101 Lecture 8: Lecture 8
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Lecture 8: The Gods and early Greek religion Minoan Snake Goddess from Cnossus Minoan horns of consecration at Cnossus A human sacrifice was interrupted by earthquake at shrine at Archanes near Cnossus, c.1675 B.C. A c...

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CLCIV 101
Richard Janko

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