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UTSGFAH101H1B EwaldWinter

Midterm Prep

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Longa, amulius, steals the throne of numitor, and forces his daughter, rhea silvia, to become a vestal virgin: rhea silvia is raped by mars and has twi
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UTSGFAH101H1B EwaldWinter

Final Prep

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The triumphal procession would gather in the southern field of mars, the cross the pomerium, encircle the palatine hill, cross the forum romanum and cl
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UTSGFAH101H1B EwaldWinter

FAH101H1 Lecture Notes - Palatine Hill, Roman Forum, Capitoline Hill

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UTSGFAH101H1B EwaldWinter

FAH101H1 Lecture Notes - Roman Forum, Pomerium, Servian Wall

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For much of its history rome did not need a wall as it was the undisputed ruler. Rome had a third boundary besides the two erected walls: the pomerium.
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UTSGFAH101H1B EwaldWinter

FAH101H1 Lecture Notes - Roman Forum, Roman Senate, Prostyle

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UTSGFAH101H1B EwaldWinter

FAH101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Roman Forum, Imperial Fora, Corinthian Order

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From that time on they could be deified. The good emperors were; bad ones were condemned to be forgotten. Deification invovled erecting funeral pyre an
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UTSGFAH101H1B EwaldWinter

FAH101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Roman Forum, Basilica Julia, Frangipani Family

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23 Apr 2013
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Except during the triumph triumph lasted: he explains the whole triumphal procession - basic review, pow also had to compete in gladitorial games. Tull
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UTSGFAH101H1B EwaldWinter

FAH101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Roman Forum, Funeral Games, Corinthian Order

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Has a system of tunnels under it that allowed underground access to the forum itself, through which stage props or animals could be lifted onto the sur
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UTSGFAH101H1B EwaldWinter

FAH101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Aventine Hill, Dirce, Far-Left Politics

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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

Final Prep: Complete Package

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23 Apr 2013
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Discussion of concept full sentences, no essay structure required. Evolutionary biology seeks to explain anatomical, physiologial features of organisms
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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

Midterm Prep Revised

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Defining myth and the birth of philosophy: muthos is a traditional body of stories. They often seem fantastic, bizarre or irrational: the noun muthos a
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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Iobates, Trifunctional Hypothesis, Indo-European Languages

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23 Apr 2013
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Diomedes: in b8 of odyssey there are a series of myths told by the bard demodocus (aiodos) when. Odysseus is being feasted by alkinoos: he is aided by
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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Trifunctional Hypothesis, Rex Nemorensis, Fereydun

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23 Apr 2013
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Virgil"s golden bough is compared to that of grove of nemi. Happens at midpoint of epic, which is v. dark. He needs to complete katabasis in order to r
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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Enkidu, Iliad, Sexual Conflict

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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Borysthenes, National Myth, Psamtik I

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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Epic Poetry, Lucretius, Epicureanism

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23 Apr 2013
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Pleasure is the goal, and the drive that pushes all organism. His ideal state = ataraxia ( lack of disturbance ) Chief obstacles to this ideal state: i
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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Theogony, Iron Age

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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Eyewitness Testimony, The Persians, Golden Fleece

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23 Apr 2013
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Thursday, feb. 7/2013: the ionian revolution began systematic study of myth, cataloguing, and rational analysis. Etymology: historia means to inquire,
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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Rex Nemorensis, Latinus, Turnus

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23 Apr 2013
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The golden bough is very important for the entire school of ritual theory. Frazer interprets a whole lot of myth and many stories are interpreted as di
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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - James George Frazer, Iobates, Hippie

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23 Apr 2013
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There are several instances where homer"s characters recount myths are several key points in the iliad and the odyssey at key points. These episodes of
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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

CLA160H1 Lecture Notes - Odysseus, Natural Philosophy, Euhemerism

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23 Apr 2013
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Lecture 1 - introduction - course requirements - teaching goals. The main difference between us and our closest cousin the chimp is the tradition of st
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UTSGCLA402H1Regina HöscheleWinter

CLA402H1 Chapter Notes -Antisthenes, The Smell, Eranos

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23 Apr 2013
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Beautiful young autolycus has an almost paralyzing effect on the symposiasts. Philosophers make callias" dining room more stately as they are persons o
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UTSGCLA402H1Regina HöscheleWinter

CLA402H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dorian Mode, Cronus, Omnipotence

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UTSGCLA402H1Regina HöscheleWinter

CLA402H1 Chapter Notes -Homer, Odysseus, Megaron

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UTSGCLA402H1Regina HöscheleWinter

CLA402H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Homeric Hymns, Satyr Play, Homer

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During the trojan war diomedes, consumed in his bloodlust, encounters glaukos. Glaukos is defeated and before he is killed, tells diomedes a story of h
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UTSGCLA402H1Regina HöscheleWinter

CLA402H1 Study Guide - Odysseus, Symposium, Homer

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Van wees - the princes at dinner: diners belong to a wealthy elite of princes, called basileis. They are exempt from work other than the intermittent s
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UTSGCLA402H1Regina HöscheleWinter

CLA402H1 Lecture Notes - Pittacus Of Mytilene, Tyrant, Hetaira

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11: ship as a persons resolve, sea is the political spirit of the time, ship is the city and the state. A famous metaphor: ship of state metaphor : sin
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UTSGCLA402H1Regina HöscheleWinter

CLA402H1 Lecture Notes - Krater, Psykter, Kottabos

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In a standard room the kline were all along the edge of the room with the krater in the middle. In a seven couch room the max that could fit were 14. I
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UTSGCLA402H1Regina HöscheleWinter

CLA402H1 Lecture Notes - Amasis Painter, Mise En Abyme, Homeric Hymns

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Diomedes in his bloodlust during the trojan war encounters glaukos. Glaukos stops him, and tells him a story of his lineage in which he reveals that hi
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UTSGANT457H1S.ForniWinter

ANT457H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kastom, Erromanga Language, Acrylic Paint

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ANT457H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pitt Rivers Museum, Semantic Change, Edward Burnett Tylor

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22 Apr 2013
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Petch - notes and queries and the pitt rivers museum: argued that some parts of the wider anthropological endeavor are more susceptible to visual an ph
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UTSGNMC469Y1MasonFall

NMC469Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vohu Manah, Qin Dynasty, Hasmonean Dynasty

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Alexander: 356-323 bc, destruction of the achaemenid empire, achaemenid god ahura mazda is god to islam, lingua franca = greek, new testament written i
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UTSGNMC469Y1MasonWinter

NMC469Y1 Lecture Notes - Mashhad, Earthenware, Fritware

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Iznik is one of the famous production centers of ottoman epire. Salesman i the magnificent - high point of ottoman art (1520-1556) Starting to open up
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UTSGNMC469Y1MasonFall

NMC469Y1 Lecture Notes - Islamic Pottery, Fustat, List Of Crusader Castles

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UTSGNMC469Y1MasonFall

NMC469Y1 Lecture Notes - Silk Road, Hollerado, Bandar Siraf

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UTSGNMC469Y1MasonFall

NMC469Y1 Lecture Notes - Ahmad Ibn Tulun, Tulunids, Fustat

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UTSGNMC469Y1MasonFall

NMC469Y1 Lecture Notes - Kufa, Muawiyah I, Umayyad Caliphate

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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayWinter

Lecture 1 - Introduction: Geography, Language & Archaic Greece.doc

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UTSGCLA160H1J.RamsayFall

Final Prep

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Cultus: (from colere) from verb meaning to take care/attend to". Refers to a group (college) that worships a certain deity (e. g. , the cult of juno re
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UTSGCLA219H1Regina HöscheleFall

All Terms and Proper Names for the Final

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For his slanderous poem he loses his eyesight (courtesy of her brothers: he then recants a song saying she is not to be blamed, this is part of a tradi
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