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ISUHIS 100JayesFall

Persepolis

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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Chapter 4: Understanding Archives and Manuscripts - Chapter 4 Notes

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Archivists plan the structure of their work carefully. Have a clear mission or vision statement, together with the endorsement of that mission by the p
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Some Records, Professional Development, Palaeography

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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: American Historical Association

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In north america, the archival community has developed rapidly in the last half century, forming professional organizations, issuing educational guidel
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ISUHIS 220Georgia TsouvalaFall

HIS 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Olive Oil, Balkans

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ISUHIS 220Georgia TsouvalaFall

HIS 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Delian League, Antigonid Dynasty, Tyrtaeus

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The bronze-age mycenaean civilization was the first advanced civilization in greece. Was based on powerful kingdoms, rather than city-states. Recovery
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ISUHIS 220Georgia TsouvalaFall

HIS 220 Chapter 3: A Brief History Reading 7 - pages 79 to 83

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Developments in military equipment and organization altered the nature of warfare in the early city- states. Ideology: the citizen is the slave of the
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ISUHIS 395April AndersonSpring

HIS 395 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Communication, Written Language, Some Records

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The ultimate storage facility for all information is the human mind itself. There are (cid:373)a(cid:374)y ad(cid:448)a(cid:374)tages to oral co(cid:37
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ISUHIS 220Georgia TsouvalaFall

HIS 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mudbrick, Heinrich Schliemann, Minoan Civilization

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The very first excavations of the aegean peoples, 1871. Rejected the view that dismissed the greek"s war against troy as just another mythical tale. In
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ISUHIS 220Georgia TsouvalaFall

HIS 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Epicureanism, Sophocles, Isocrates

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Sources: how we know about the ancient greeks. Physical remains: include anything from material, to bones, to buildings, etc. Written remains: words fr
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ISUHIS 220Georgia TsouvalaFall

HIS 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Michael Ventris, Shaft Tomb, Knossos

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Greece and the aegean in the late bronze age (1600-1200 bc) Cretan influences also extended into southern and central greece by way of trading contacts
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ISUHIS 220Georgia TsouvalaFall

HIS 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Palace Economy, Lerna, Patrilineality

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Greece in the early and middle bronze ages (3000-1600 bc) The bronze age begins with the introduction of bronze to the villages of greece. Weapons of b
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