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Instructions for the midterm exam As you know, the midterm exam consists of two parts --The essay that you will bring to class on Wednesday, March 5 and submit with your  exam (15 points) --The in-class exam based on passages from the sourcebook and internet sources (15  pts) For the in-class exam you will have to identify the  author  and  date,  as well as provide  historical context  for  FIVE out of seven  provided passages that could come from the following  readings: 1) The Code of Hammurabi 2) The Book of Exodus 3) Inscription Honoring Cyrus 4) Letters to the Dead 5) Thucydides,  The Funeral Oration of Pericles 6) Plato,  The Apology of Socrates 7) Sophocles,  Antigone 8) Plutarch,  Alexander 9) The Twelve Tables 10) The Gracchan Reforms 11) Caesar,  The Gallic War 12) Augustus,  The Accomplishments of Augustus 13) Flavius Josephus,  The Jewish War 14) Pliny the Younger,  Letters 15) Arius,  Letter to Alexander
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16) Quintas Aurelius Symmachus and St. Ambrose, 
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course HIST 001 taught by Professor Jasonstrandquist during the Spring '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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