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Department
Classics
Course
CLA232H1
Professor
Victoria Wohl
Semester
Winter

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CLA232 Terms Eleutheria- freedom Hubris- extreme arrogance, pride, violence that comes from it Ate- ruin, folly, delusion, comes from ones great hubris that results in downfall (eg. Athens trying to take Sicily during Peloponnesian war was a terrible idea) Phusis- nature, national character Nomos- culture, lifestyle, custom Miasma- blood guilt Seisachtheia- shaking off of burdens Pentacosiomedimi - 500 measures men Knights- 300 measures men, paid horse tax Zeugetai- 200 measures men Thetes- lowest class, couldnt hold office but could sit in assembly or jury Hoplites- fighting men Axones- wooden tablets that Solons laws were inscribed on Liturgy- tax that wealthy citizens had to pay for public events Andreia- manliness, bravery Demos- regular people, masses, unwashed mob etc. Polis, poleis- city state Boule- council of 500, discussed issues that would be presented, served 2xlife Autochthony- born from the E
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