2.3 - western Europe: role of monarchs, Catholic church...

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2.3. Evidence for Ancient Greece Media pre-literate: practice; use of mnemonic devices (meter, rhyme, musical accompaniment) literate: scripts (Greek syllabic, ~1500-1200BCE; alphabetic, ~800BCE-present) media unprocessed natural material (bark, leaves; bones) clay (broken pottery shards) stone papyrus (~500BCE-400CE in Greece) paper & printing (developed in China; adopted gradually in Europe ~1300-1500) the future: electronic media Manuscript traditions Antiquity Athens Library at Alexandria Rome Byzantine Empire Middle Ages
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Unformatted text preview: western Europe: role of monarchs, Catholic church eastern Europe: role of Greek Orthodox church, Byzantine Empire, Islam Greek & Latin languages European Renaissance (1400-1600 CE) rediscovery of ancient Greek fall of Constantinople (1453) classical scholarship becomes a profession advent of printed texts (Gutenberg) modern editions of ancient texts limitations of ancient Greek literary sources incomplete Athenocentric gender social class theoretical vs. practical biases of sources: examples...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course CLA 2100 taught by Professor Marks during the Fall '07 term at University of Florida.

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