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Textbook Notes for Classical Studies 2300 at Western University (UWO)

WESTERNCS 2300Charles StockingFall

Classics Readings.docx

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9 Dec 2014
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East: first gaia (earth) and tartaros (underworld) are formed. Parallels found in the text of the hittites: read the last paragraph of the readings, be
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WESTERNCS 2300Charles StockingFall

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Panathenaic Games, Phyle, Demagogue

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5 Oct 2016
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A feature of the democratic organization of athens was its division into ten tribal voting constituencies, or phylai. But this was not only a basis for
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WESTERNCS 2300Charles StockingFall

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Elementary And Secondary Education Act, Unfree Labour, Caligula

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15 Apr 2016
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Augustus (emperor) mandated seating by sociopolitical status: higher in roman power structure= closer to stage (action). Arena not just in rome 252 amp
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WESTERNCS 2300Charles StockingFall

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter 1: Hesiod Reading

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5 Oct 2016
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Hesiod"s two surviving poems are the works and days. In many ways hesiod is a more important author for the study of greek mythology than homer (the il
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WESTERNCS 2300David LamariFall

Ancient Greek Athletics - 1.docx

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17 Apr 2013
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The ancient greeks defined and developed various components of culture that we still understand is fundamental to our own. 18th century greeks began to
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WESTERNCS 2300Charles StockingFall

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Hubris

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24 Oct 2016
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WESTERNCS 2300David LamariWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes -Ludi, Ancient Greek Comedy, Ennius

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17 Apr 2013
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WESTERNCS 2300David LamariFall

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes -Aryballos, Strigil

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17 Apr 2013
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Athletics was not just about competition, it was concerned with winning a prize. Sport for sport"s sake was not an ancient concept. Competition was alw
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WESTERNCS 2300Charles StockingWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes -Chariot Racing, Keles, Pankration

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29 Apr 2015
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WESTERNCS 2300David LamariWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes -Ludi, Wield, Tonne

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10 Apr 2013
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WESTERNCS 2300Christopher BrandlWinter

Classical Studies 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Murmillo, Retiarius, Provocator

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28 Apr 2014
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Chapter 1 cultural context and origins of gladiatorial combat. She was to be thrown to the beasts for refusing to sacrifice for the well-being of the e
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WESTERNCS 2300David LamariFall

Ancient Greek Athletics - 3.docx

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17 Apr 2013
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