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These are the notes from the introductory week of the class (9/2/15).
These notes encompass the reading of Theogony in its entirety.
This week we focused on the Middle Kingdom of Egypt. These notes talk about the changes in the way the Pharaoh ruled, the collapse that lead to it, and the changes in art and burial methods.
For those of you who may of missed anything these in depth notes should help you better understand what is going on and can help with tests in the future!
Notes from the First Lecture
All the study question answers for the story of Odysseus for CLAS 280.
Even though our "cheat" sheet for the written questions for the exam can only contain dates, pictures, and primary source quotes this study guide could be helpful for you to look over to form ideas on examples and how they relate to the question. This has all 6 questions and pictures of some of the artifacts.
Four unique study guides for this course cover all general notes taken during lecture, character descriptions, and pervading themes of each myth covered in class.
This is week three notes just in case you missed anything or need information for an upcoming test!
Notice there is no Monday because this is from Labor day!
Here is two weeks worth of notes. The content here goes into the Pantheon and Ancient Greek beliefs and practices.
These are summary notes from books 1-4 of The Illiad
Everything you need to know about "The Odyssey", all study questions are answered. This will assist you on your quiz and exams.
These are the lecture notes from week three of classics 320 (9/14/15 and 9/16/15).
These are the notes from The Iliad, books 5-8
These notes contain information on:
Ramesses ii and iii
Akhenaten & Nefrititi
The Amarna Period
The temple of Amun at Luxor
This is the second week of notes so if you missed a day or need more information to help with an upcoming test this should help!
This weeks notes focused on Predynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt. Includes information on the Nile and the art and architecture of this time period as well as what it represented for the Pharaohs.
The sections highlighted in red are especially important terms and facts to know for the midterm and final.