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LIT 103 Final EXAM Review - May-June 2013

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Use the title page, series title page, title page verso and back cover to answer the questions. Explain your answer: record the statement of responsibi
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UTSGSMC222H1Alexander AndréeWinter

SMC222H1 Lecture Notes - Medieval Latin, Infinitive, Caelum

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7 Jan 2013
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Smc 222 medieval latin lit: andr e. Grammar review schedule will be given out next week. Regarding homework: study the passages, make notes but don"t r
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA310 Final Exam Review

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19 Dec 2012
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What we decide is domestic and civic religion. Roman religion thought as civic, could only worship with other groups of people (in theory) Classic roma
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA 310 L11.28

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19 Dec 2012
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Cla310 religion in the roman world: dunning. Christian catacombs: christianity undercover, superstitious religion until it became official, private con
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA 310 L11.21

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19 Dec 2012
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Cla 310 religion in the roman world: dunning. 66-71 ad ~73 ad, 1st jewish revolt under nero. Nero suicide, year of the 4 emperors, vespasian as emperor
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UTSGSMC103Y1Jennifer HarrisFall

SMC103Y1 Study Guide - Vicarius, Waldensians, Middle Ages

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14 Dec 2012
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Medieval civilization comprised of 3 elements: romanitas, germanitas and christianitas: key features, none disappeared but there"s a mutual assimilatio
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA219H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Panegyric, Roman Naming Conventions, Lysistrata

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11 Dec 2012
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Amazons a tribe of warrior women who cut off one breast to excel in archery; procreate once a year, female children kept, male children given away or k
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA 219.L12.04.Notes

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11 Dec 2012
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Cla 219 women in antiquity: h schele. **be aware that the encountered portrayals are very biased. Daughter of scipio africanus (conqueror of hannibal i
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA 219.L11.20.Notes

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11 Dec 2012
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Cla 219 women in antiquity: h schele. Aristophanes" comedy one of the most prominent. Aristophanes ranked equivalent with euripides, aeschylus and soph
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA 219.L11.27.Notes

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11 Dec 2012
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Cla 219 women in antiquity: h schele. *standard essay or creative dialogue for last part of the final exam. 323 bc, death of alex the great, start of t
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA219H1 Study Guide - Athena, Eleusinian Mysteries, Divine Retribution

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20 Nov 2012
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Cla 219 midterm i + ii review: h schele. Achilles character in homer"s iliad; the son of peleus and thetis, great (tragic) hero of the trojan war, kill
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA219H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Flamen Dialis, Hippocratic Corpus, Pater Familias

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20 Nov 2012
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Cla 219 midterm ii review terms. Archon (grk. , ruler, lord) title of a public office, chief magistrate of a polis. Aste female members of the polis, n
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UTSGPSY280H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Color Blindness, Color Space, Ishihara Test

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19 Nov 2012
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Describe one experiment that would suggest that faces aren"t special. Train and acquire visual expertise regarding one category/kind of objects. Brain
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Bar Kokhba Revolt, Worship God, Mithridates Vi Of Pontus

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18 Nov 2012
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**the latest extension for the research essay is nov. 28th but people can submit it the 21st. The term jew is problematic because it denotes one tribe
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UTSGSMC103Y1Jennifer HarrisFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Medieval Warm Period, Horse Collar, Iberian Peninsula

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16 Nov 2012
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Class or tutorial next week fall break. **reading quiz 8 opens next tuesday, not today. 18000 people (75% drop: change in location played a part, 95% o
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UTSGSMC103Y1Jennifer HarrisFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Holy Places, Holy Lance, Phil Lord And Christopher Miller

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16 Nov 2012
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3 elements of medieval society christianitas, germanitas and romanitas: notion of judgment after death, added by christianitas element, tied to masculi
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UTSGPSY280H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Spatial Frequency, Gestalt Psychology, Optic Chiasm

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14 Nov 2012
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Visual field defect blindness in one part of the visual field (half of each eye"s vf, on opposing sides); optic chiasm damaged: left vf of left eye, ri
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA219H1 Lecture Notes - Athena, Chytri, Kanephoros

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14 Nov 2012
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Cla 219 women in antiquity: h schele. Midterm in 2 weeks with a lecture afterwards nov. 20. Euripides, captive melanippe importance of religious ritual
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA 219.L10.30.Notes

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14 Nov 2012
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Cla 219 women in antiquity: h schele. Ancient medicine established science theoretical writings preserved from antiquity: very influential till recentl
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA 310 L11.07

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13 Nov 2012
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Cla 310 religion roman world: dunning. **essay due nov. 21 hand by email and hard-copy. Greece, carthage, spain, north africa, egypt mediterranean area
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Flamen Dialis, Curse Tablet, Forum Boarium

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13 Nov 2012
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Religion among others in the roman world: dunning. **optional rom tour 1-2pm send email (rsvp) Cite material objects or monuments according to where yo
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Calends, Flamen, No Authority

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31 Oct 2012
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Cla 310 religion of rome: dunning. What we decide is domestic and civic religion. Roman religion thought as civic, could only worship with other groups
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Appian Way, Manes, Processional Hymn

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31 Oct 2012
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Cla 310 religion in roman world: dunning. Religious spaces and objects in the roman world. Material from weeks 1-4 (09/12 10/03), reading and lectures.
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA 310 L10.24

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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA219H1 Lecture Notes - Epikleros, 2-Step Garage, Oral Contract

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28 Oct 2012
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Cla 219 women in antiquity: h schele. Daily lives of women and their legal status in greco-roman antiquity. Average life expectancy of males = 45 years
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UTSGSMC103Y1Jennifer HarrisFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Timothy Well, Wicked Bible, Alcuin

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23 Oct 2012
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Seen when the carolingian dynasty was established with the pope"s blessing: spiritual head as well doctrine of the 2 swords (temporal and spiritual swo
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UTSGSMC103Y1Jennifer HarrisFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Papal Supremacy, Pope Leo I, Lake Garda

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16 Oct 2012
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Early middle ages i monks and popes. Edward gibbon thesis and alternative causalities: said it was christianity, effemnacy and immodest greatness, alte
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA219H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Slavery In Ancient Rome, Pedophilia, The Penelopiad

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16 Oct 2012
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Song of ares and aphrodite (odyssey 8. 266-369) 09/11. Ares and aphrodite having an affair often use husband"s bed to make out. Helios saw them the ent
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UTSGPSY280H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Hypnosis, Posterior Grey Column, Crossmodal

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15 Oct 2012
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Formants are peaks in the speech (harmonic sound) spectrum, labeled by number, from lowest frequency to highest. These concentrations of energy occur a
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA219H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Salmacis, Aposiopesis, Orgasm

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13 Oct 2012
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Literature (philosophical, historical, scientific, mythological, poetic, etc. ) What we know/ learn is mediated by these evidences which had been provi
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA219H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Dildo, Fellatio, Sophron

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13 Oct 2012
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Actium (battle of): 31 bc, the battle in which octavian (future augustus. Caesar) defeats marc antony and cleopatra, annexing egypt to the. Hieros gamo
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UTSGPSY280H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Vagus Nerve, Food Industry, Thalamus

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12 Oct 2012
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Olfaction and taste; spatial orientation and the vestibular system. Describe one of them in more detail using an example. Method of limits >> staircase
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UTSGPSY280H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY 280 L09.26

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12 Oct 2012
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Sounds are created when objects vibrate: vibrations of object cause molecules in object"s surrounding medium to vibrate as well, which causes pressure
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UTSGPSY280H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Mcgurk Effect, Frequency Distribution, Temporal Lobe

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12 Oct 2012
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Music and speech perception: explain the temporal code of sound frequency. Attack and decay of sound: attack: part of a sound during which amplitude in
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA219H1 Lecture Notes - John Donne, Lefkada, Carpe Diem

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12 Oct 2012
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Cla 219 women in antiquity: h schele. **midterm, 10/16 for 1h in the classroom no lectures afterwards. Lectures and readings, term list everything talk
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

CLA219H1 Lecture Notes - Tom Lehrer, Fellatio, High Culture

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12 Oct 2012
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Cla 219 women in antiquity: h schele. **midterm will cover everything up to the last class before it. Know the authors, the titles of the works, especi
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA160H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Second Punic War, Parentalia, Roman Triumph

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9 Oct 2012
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Cla 310 rlg roman world: dunning. It is personal, not institutional (involves) traditions and rituals. Involves sacrifice of some aspect of oneself (e.
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UTSGSMC103Y1Jennifer HarrisFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Odoacer, Edward Gibbon, Diocletian

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9 Oct 2012
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Palestina is an ancient name used for that region since 1500 bc. Term roman catholic is a way to distinguish roman church from others during the protes
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UTSGCLA160H1Susan DunningFall

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Mola Salsa, Vestal Virgin, Roman Rite

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3 Oct 2012
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Cla 310 religion of rome: dunning. **material up to oct. 3 lecture for midterm. How did the romans communicate with their gods: ritual, performance are
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UTSGSMC103Y1Jennifer HarrisFall

SMC 175 L09.25 - Christianitas

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2 Oct 2012
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Philosophy not a subject of study back then but a way of life: something that shaped worldview of a person. Religion in essence, an element of citizens
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