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UBCCLST 231Franco de AngelisWinter

CLST 231- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 54 pages long!)

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Taygetus: to the north, the rolling hills provided a natural barrier with arcadia, while naturally isolated, sparta"s policy of isolationism was probab
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UBCCLST 301Shelley ReidSpring

CLST 301- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 63 pages long!)

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It"s an element. containing foot: round brackets () in the vocab lists indicate an important aspect of a definition to be filled in by another term. No
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UBCCLST 110WilliamsFall

CLST 110- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 154 pages long!)

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Office: buch c330 m/w 2-3 pm, th: 11-12 arden. williams@ubc. ca. Golden age phrase goes back to 18th cent. Admired the culture, considered this particu
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UBCCLST 105Cillian O' HoganFall

CLST 105- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 82 pages long!)

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UBCCLST 105roslandFall

[CLST 105] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 26 pages long Study Guide!

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In greek, you are either born a hero or born nothing. They kill each other all the time. Don"t try to figure out how old was each heroes. Iliad tries t
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UBCCLST 301Shelley ReidFall

CLST 301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hygieia, Necrosis, Cochlea

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UBCCLST 301Shelley ReidFall

CLST 301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Greek Alphabet, Iliad, Latin

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The rise of individual greek city states circa 800 bc. Each city state had different: laws: calendars, coinage, government system. Each city state had
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UBCCLST 301Shelley ReidFall

CLST 301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Erasistratus, Herophilos, Comparative Anatomy

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Important figures, medical theories, medical texts & general history: Wrote greek literature: the iliad, the odyssey. Not much anatomy, but more medica
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UBCCLST 301Shelley ReidFall

CLST 301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tibia, Hip Bone

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UBCCLST 301Shelley ReidFall

CLST 301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trachea, Hygieia, Metalworking

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Plegia termination: paralysis (generally in terms of muscles/ nerves ie. paralysis in the muscles of the eye) from "plege" (grk) meaning a strike; a bl
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UBCCLST 301Shelley ReidFall

CLST 301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Renal Pelvis, Hypochondriasis, Jaundice

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Renal pelvis: pyel- (root) *****check back with this. Ancient physicians were unsure of spleen"s function. Hypochondriasis: spleen source of unknow sym
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UBCCLST 301Shelley ReidSpring

CLST 301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hyster Company

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Wanted 14 young tributes (7 men & 7 women) sent to athens every year. Wife had sex with bull and gave birth to a minotaur (bull head and human body) Mi
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