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UTMRLG208H5RaffaeliWinter

RLG208H5 Study Guide - Herbert Werner, Frawardigan, Embalming

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It will include: three questions to answer in essay form, for 65 marks, five terms or concepts to define, for 35 marks. To get a good mark you must stu
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Calchas, Pandareus, Hylas

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22 Aug 2013
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Pelias goes to oracle and says beware of man wearing one sandal and jason walked in with one sandal. Is adjectival formation from epicos (ethos, means
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Aeneid, Eurycleia

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22 Aug 2013
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Odysseus in new kind of danger, which is no longer brought out by supernatural beings, but by suitors of. One of most difficult challenge is dealing wi
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Amphiaraus, Nycteus, Sophocles

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22 Aug 2013
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Enjoyed brief time of power but mythic traditions are far more genuine then athenian and are traced back to mycenaean period. Sent to find sister and t
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Eurystheus, Tiryns, Graeae

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22 Aug 2013
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Telesterion, Kykeon, Pentheus

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22 Aug 2013
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Demeter and daughter persephone/kore (means girl) <- she"s always at that age (~14) Persephone picking out flowers, ground opens and hades takes her. C
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Cocytus, Telegony, Katabasis

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22 Aug 2013
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*poseidon: earth shaker (get tsunamis which makes sense) Iliad talks about how the 3 (z, p, h) divided domains, was by chance. Puts it on and during wa
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Knossos, Eaves, Hieros Gamos

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22 Aug 2013
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The role of the female divine (in general) Human beings worshipped a powerful gh" goddess (30,000bce) This is based on archaeological records as far ea
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UTMCLA204H5Daniel ThorntonSummer

CLA204H5 Lecture Notes - Amate, Arsenic Poisoning, Eubuleus

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22 Aug 2013
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Most scholars till 19th cent followed latin form (as in handout) Last few decades -> modern world use convention of transliteration that more accuratel
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UTMRLG203H5Kyle SmithWinter

RLG203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Rastafari, Ghent Altarpiece, Roberto De Nobili

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22 Aug 2013
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4 questions and have to do 3. Play close attention to the blogs and the guiding questions. Core themes and issues in history of christianity as global
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UTMRLG203H5Kyle SmithWinter

RLG203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: James Henley Thornwell

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22 Aug 2013
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Does the bible come down on homosexuality. So god created man in his own image, in the image of god he created them; male and female he created them. P
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UTMRLG203H5Kyle SmithWinter

RLG203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Purgatory, Indulgence, Counter-Reformation

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22 Aug 2013
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Why the protestant happened in western europe as it did. Everything in w europe was roman catholic (most part of it) What led to situation of fragmenta
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UTMRLG203H5Kyle SmithWinter

RLG203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Christianity In Iraq, List Of Star Wars Spacecraft, Holy Land Experience

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22 Aug 2013
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UTMRLG203H5Kyle SmithWinter

RLG203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: True Cross, Islamization

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22 Aug 2013
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UTMRLG203H5Kyle SmithWinter

RLG203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: John Climacus, Hagiography, Hieronymus Bosch

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22 Aug 2013
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UTMRLG203H5Kyle SmithWinter

RLG203H5 Lecture Notes - Justin Martyr, Words Of Institution, Gnosis

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22 Aug 2013
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UTMRLG203H5Kyle SmithWinter

RLG203H5 Lecture Notes - Arianism, Servant Songs, List Of Muppets

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22 Aug 2013
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UTMRLG203H5Kyle SmithWinter

RLG203H5 Lecture Notes - Sepphoris, Pharisees, Sestertius

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22 Aug 2013
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Life during this time was brutal and harsh, life expectancy was 30 years: 5% doing well, rest 2/3 are farmers artisans, living paycheck to paycheck,1/3
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UTMRLG380H5Ajay RaoWinter

RLG380H5 Lecture Notes - Amir Khusrow, Tughlaq Dynasty, Toleration

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22 Aug 2013
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Mahmud of ghazni waas early important figure. Wasn"t interested in establishing empire, more on raiding. 1175 mahomad of goor (?) tried establishing hi
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UTMHIS395H5Richard WhiteFall

HIS395H5 Lecture Notes - Healthy City, Moss Park

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9 Oct 2012
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After without any victories, 1941 canada setting up committee for reconstruction: reasons: 1942/43 mostly believed western allies would win. Wwi didn"t
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UTMHIS395H5Richard WhiteFall

lec 6.docx

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9 Oct 2012
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British saints (i. e. st. george was britain"s, st. andrew"s was scotland"s etc. : naming land was traditional. Numerous regulatory laws and agencies t
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UTMHIS395H5Richard WhiteFall

HIS395H5 Lecture Notes - Industrial Revolution, Land Claim

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9 Oct 2012
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Just one man, or a bunch of people fantasizing about it and that man has claimed ___: said we didn"t" More people there, established community and that
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UTMHIS395H5Richard WhiteFall

HIS395H5 Lecture Notes - Toronto Purchase, Hart Massey, Industrial Revolution

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9 Oct 2012
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Population since 1920 hasn"t grown in toronto: changes from events called industrialization, city evolved in 19th century. Name of city comes from nati
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UTMHIS395H5Richard WhiteFall

HIS395H5 Lecture Notes - Railway Age, Protestantism, Responsible Government

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9 Oct 2012
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From beginning, little expansion to east b/c of rivers (channelized in 1890s) area was swampy so not attractive place to people to live so expanded to
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UTMHIS395H5Richard WhiteFall

HIS395H5 Lecture Notes - Street Light, Dominate

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9 Oct 2012
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Was predominately a jewish neighborhood b/c most people coming to toronto at this time were. Near end of the period, many (maybe most) of jewish people
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UTMHIS395H5Richard WhiteFall

HIS395H5 Lecture Notes - Railway Town, Bruce Report, Commercial Property

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9 Oct 2012
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End of boom years (1920s: some way extension of turn of century. Giant building: legitimate skyscraper in toronto was tallest in british commonwealth (
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UTMHIS395H5Richard WhiteFall

lec 1.docx

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9 Oct 2012
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500-750 word essay describing and commenting of one of the virtual exhibits of city of toronto. Look at the pictures and describe what you see and what
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UTMHIS395H5Richard WhiteFall

HIS395H5 Lecture Notes - Lake Ontario, Woodland Period, Newfoundland And Labrador

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9 Oct 2012
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Pre-history (~1600)l aboriginal period: b/c no written records, european contact before 1600 but not with great lake, 1600-1763: french period. Montrea
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UTMHIS338H5Rebecca WittmannFall

HIS338H5 Lecture Notes - Ordnungspolizei, Evonik Industries, Reich Main Security Office

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9 Oct 2012
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Two things going on: mass murders on one side and at the same time a more sanitized and conveyor belt style of mass murder (to make it more efficient)
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UTMHIS338H5Rebecca WittmannFall

HIS338H5 Lecture Notes - Trade Union, Steven M. Wise, Bermuda Conference

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9 Oct 2012
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UTMHIS338H5Rebecca WittmannFall

HIS338H5 Lecture Notes - Gestapo, Bes, Vichy France

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9 Oct 2012
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UTMHIS338H5Rebecca WittmannFall

HIS338H5 Lecture Notes - Munich Agreement, Nuremberg, Extermination Camp

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9 Oct 2012
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Relationship b/w racial campaign and war campaign. Regions where mass murders were committed, in contrast to concentration camps. 1. 1 million jews mur
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UTMHIS338H5Rebecca WittmannFall

Lecture 3 Notes

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16 Oct 2011
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UTMHIS338H5Rebecca WittmannFall

HIS338 Lecture 1

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16 Oct 2011
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteSummer

Lecture 5 Notes

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20 Jun 2011
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Lecture 5: canada being with arrival of europeans, what could they have done w/o aboriginals, nfl -> fishery being distinctive, normal/conventional set
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteSummer

Lecture 4 Notes

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20 Jun 2011
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Lecture 4: aboriginal territory recognized by british needed protection => followed 11 years later by quebec. Act: old colonies from the atlantic didn"
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteSummer

Lecture 3 Notes

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20 Jun 2011
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Lecture 3: new france, english colonies, french/english conflicts, aftermath of conquest. New france: canada began at st. lawrence settlement o o. Inde
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteSummer

HIS261H5 Lecture Notes - Primitive Culture, Saguenay River

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20 Jun 2011
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Lecture 1: "discover" and "founding, physical geogrpahy, west coast -> mountains western cordillera. > plateaus, lot of land but not farmable: interior
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