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What is the meaning of the paleolithic period?

What is the meaning of the paleolithic period?

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School: University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign
Department: Classical Civilization
Course: Mythology of Greece and Rome
Professor: Jon solomon
Term: Spring 2017
Tags: Greek Mythology
Cost: 25
Name: CLCV 111/115, Lecture 1
Description: Resources available and Paleolithic Period Notes
Uploaded: 01/26/2017
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CLCV 115 – January 17th 


What is the meaning of the paleolithic period?



∙ Introduction

o Resources

 Compass 2g + Metamorphosus (Ovid) + Medea and Other Plays (Euripides) +

Syllabus + Iliad (Homer) + Workbooks (Blue and Bronze one) + iClicker2 o Daily Assignments due in Workbook (Found on Compass­2g)

 Print the answers electronically. No handwritten answers.

o Names to Know ­ In Workbook

o Tests (February 11th, April 12th, May 3rd)

o iClicker (25 points, out of 20) – 310 points total (281 for an A, 277 for an A­) o Curve (A­ > 89.5) – TA Schedules grades.

o Dates to Know – In Workbook

∙ Paleolithic Period

o  Homo Erectus (800,000 BC) – Hominids (Man­like creature)


Who is the first woman in greek mythology?



 Hand Ax (200,000 BC) – Basic tool

 Humans lived in small groups in caves, hunters + gatherers We also discuss several other topics like What is the meaning of bulk flow in biology?

 Lascaux Cave Paintings (20,000 BC) – Animals that they encountered  Beginnings of Spirituality

∙ Animism

o Non­human entities which possess a spiritual essence.

∙ Carved Figures (Great Goddess of Fertility) – Anthropomorphic 

(human – shaped)

∙ Pandora (gives for all) – first woman in Greek Mythology

CLCV 115 – January 17th 

∙ Introduction

o Resources

 Compass 2g + Metamorphosus (Ovid) + Medea and Other Plays (Euripides) +

Syllabus + Iliad (Homer) + Workbooks (Blue and Bronze one) + iClicker2 o Daily Assignments due in Workbook (Found on Compass­2g)


What is the definition of homo erectus?



 Print the answers electronically. No handwritten answers. If you want to learn more check out How does the united states protect human rights?

o Names to Know ­ In Workbook

o Tests (February 11th, April 12th, May 3rd)

o iClicker (25 points, out of 20) – 310 points total (281 for an A, 277 for an A­) o Curve (A­ > 89.5) – TA Schedules grades. Don't forget about the age old question of How these molecules (protein) influence?
If you want to learn more check out What is the process of emerging?
If you want to learn more check out What are the ethical principles used in ethical decision making?

o Dates to Know – In Workbook

∙ Paleolithic Period

o  Homo Erectus (800,000 BC) – Hominids (Man­like creature)

 Hand Ax (200,000 BC) – Basic tool

 Humans lived in small groups in caves, hunters + gatherers

 Lascaux Cave Paintings (20,000 BC) – Animals that they encountered  Beginnings of Spirituality

∙ Animism We also discuss several other topics like What is the meaning of deceptive practices?

o Non­human entities which possess a spiritual essence.

∙ Carved Figures (Great Goddess of Fertility) – Anthropomorphic 

(human – shaped)

∙ Pandora (gives for all) – first woman in Greek Mythology

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