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HIST 2850 Chapter 1: Chapter 1 (Week 1)

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Chapter 1: early greece and the bronze age. The mycenaean civilization (around 1600-1400 bc) was associated with pioneering archaeological work by hein
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HIST2850 Chapter 11-12: Ancient Greece - Week 5

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Chapter 11: alexander the great page #301-325: Consolidating power: alexander"s personal role was never more important than in the critical first year
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U OF GHIST 2850John WalshFall

HIST2850 Chapter 5-7: Ancient Greece - Week 3

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Chapter 5: the growth of athens and the persian wars page #121-151: Bc spared athens: the first sign of athenian recovery from the post-invasion slump
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HIST 2850 Chapter 5: Chapter 5 (Week 3)

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Chapter 5: the growth of athens and the persian wars. Athens from the early bronze age to the early archaic age. First athenian recovery from the posti
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U OF GHIST 2850John WalshFall

HIST2850 Chapter 1-2: Ancient Rome - Week 6

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Chapter #1: archaic italy and the origins of rome page #1-23: Italy occupies a strategic point in the mediterranean world: the island of sicily, off th
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U OF GHIST 2850John WalshFall

HIST2850 Chapter 8-10: Ancient Greece - Week 4

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Chapter 8: the peloponnesian war page #218-246: Archidamian war, after the spartan king and commander arhidamus. The periclean strategy and the plague:
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U OF GHIST 2850John WalshFall

HIST2850 Chapter 8-9: Ancient Rome - Week 10

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Chapter 8: augustus and the transformation of the roman world page. Reactions to the assassination of caesar (44-43): as son as they had struck their b
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HIST 2850 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: First Messenian War, Second Messenian War, Helots

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Their society was patriarchal and polytheistic, servile labour played a key role, agriculture formed the basis of the economy, law was revered and mart
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U OF GHIST 2850John WalshWinter

HIST 2850 Chapter 5-7: Weeks 8 & 9 - Ancient Rome

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Chapter 5: italy threatened, enfranchised, divided page #94-115: If a woman passed into her husband"s control at her wedding (cum manu marriage), she,
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U OF GHIST 2850John WalshWinter

HIST 2850 Chapter 2: Chapter 2 (Week 1)

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HIST 2850 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Flavian Dynasty, Bar Kokhba Revolt, Dacians

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Chapter 10: military expansion and its limits the empire and the. Rome"s capitoline museum: ratified by the roman people upon presentation by the senat
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HIST2850 Chapter 3-4: Ancient Greece - Week 2

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Chapter 3: archaic greece (c. 750/700 480 bc) page #67-98: Bc were certain necessary formalities: formal political unification of the demos and the cre
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