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Week One Jan. 14-18 Introduction. What is History? readings: Sourcebook, ch. 1 Textbook, “What is the West?”, ch. 1 Week Two Jan. 23-25 The Birth of Ancient Civilizations readings: Sourcebook, ch. 2 Textbook, ch. 2 Jan. 21 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – No class Week Three Jan. 28- Feb. 1 Minoan and Mycenaean Greece Feb. 1 First Exam. Bring Bluebooks. readings: Sourcebook, ch. 3 (p. 45-57) Textbook, ch. 3 to p. 84 Week Four Feb. 8 Archaic Greek Civilization readings: Sourcebook, ch. 3 (p. 57-75) Textbook, ch. 3 (p. 84-94) Feb. 4-6 Mardi Gras holiday – No classes Map Terms for Test 1 Tigris - Euphrates - Nile - Ur Ninevah Crete Upper Egypt Lower Egypt Red Sea Jericho Hattushas Black Sea Memphis Thebes [in Egypt] Babylon Jerusalem Cyprus
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Week 1 -- outline and terms I. What is History? II. How to read a source III. Understanding Dating systems IV. Birth of Ancient Civilizations: Mesopotamia Herodotus "historion" primary source secondary source evidence How to Read a Primary Source
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course ARCH 3007 taught by Professor Ursula during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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