01a-0 KEY Intro

01a-0 KEY Intro - Reductionism Events Processes Historic...

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Geography [lecture 1a] You must know the following major geographical zones (see map next page): Land Europe Near East South Asia (India) South East Asia East Asia Central Eurasia North Asia Africa North America Mesoamerica South America Water Mediterranean Sea China Sea Indian Ocean Atlantic Ocean Pacific Ocean Pacific Islands
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Keywords on Historiography [1a, WH 1-10] Evidence Artifactual Textual Primary documents Limitations of history
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Unformatted text preview: Reductionism Events Processes Historic Prehistoric Major Periods Ancient Classical Medieval Keywords on Sacred Symbols [Lecture 1b] Temple guardian figures astronomy/calendar and temples Center circumambulation cosmic mountain site of creation sacred waters tree of life celestial temple order vs. chaos microcosm purification Key Words on SS Creation Myths [Reading 1c; lecture 1c] Rigveda myth cosmogony cosmology primordial water (Waters of Chaos) "unknown god" creation by breath/spirit/wind division into opposites theomachy = Marduk and the primordial combat myth temple as site of creation...
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor Sabey during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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