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CLA232H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Phonetics

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Killings occurred, trade ceased, fighting burned cities, etc. Dark ages were also the iron ages since tin was no longer being shipped in to make bronze
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CLA232H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Neolithic Revolution, Fertile Crescent, Indo-European Languages

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4 the greeks before history, 12,000 1200 b. c. The end of the last ice age, 13,000 9500 b. c. Most recent ice age is 35,000 years ago, ending 13,000 ye
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CLA232H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Friedrich August Wolf, Dactylic Hexameter, Homeric Question

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Homer was a european poet who wrote of the ancient times. Pieces of homer"s texts survived, not much. Suggested that homer"s books that survive today a
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CLA232H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Open Relationship

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The oikos was a term used to describe family, though it included possessions as well. Women were married as teens, men in the 30"s. The marriage was se
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CLA232H1 Chapter 1: Ch 1 A Small Far Off Land Summary

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When greece was flourishing in the bronze age, the leaders of greece thought themselves kings. Come the dark ages, after fires ravaged the lands, thing
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CLA232H1 Chapter Notes -Astyages, Mazares, Silenus

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CLA232H1 Chapter 7: Ch 7 Religion and Myth Summary

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Myth, coming from mythos, had a large range of meanings, from thoughts to plot to a saying. Religio was explained in 3 different ways. As coming from r
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CLA232H1 Chapter 2: Ch 2 Country and People Summary

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Most lived within a short distance from the mediterranean sea. Those who lived further inland relied on the rain to water their crops, and so water bec
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