Chapter 10 quiz review

Chapter 10 quiz review - Chapter 10 Study Guide for Quiz 10...

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Chapter 10 Study Guide for Quiz 10 concepts Rome (involvment with Greece & Magna Graecia; Greek influence on) - Greek involvement in religion o Line up the gods and youll see the parallels Incomplete because eMArs and Ares don’t match up o How the gods are depicted is similar o Oracles speak in dactylic hexameter o Mystery relgion Hope in the afterlife - Roman Policy toward Greece o Province of Archae Rebuilt from Corinth Macedonia = a separate province o In free cities The Greeks decided their domestic policy RomanOligarchy dealt with the rest – friendly oligarchs! Roman Building projects o Delos Birth place of Apollo The romans placed it Under Athenian Control This is the center of MEditeranean slave trad e ancient Greek science (achievements, limitations; major figures) - Overview o Definition of science: knowledge based on observation and experimentation o Up to Hellenistic period Very limited based on empirical or experience Scince was greatly influenced by other cultures o Hellenistic Period Built on Aristotles Principles Collected and classified evidence Did controlled experiemdensts With Alexanders Empire got exposure to new ideas and tech - Major Figures o Aristotle Science as a distinct field = natural philosophy Preffered observation over experience
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Wanted to preserve knowledge so he created a school o Euclid (euklides) Wrote the book the elements Helped with number theory, geometry (planes and conics), optics and astronomy o Archimedes of Syracuse Patronage by King Hiero Researcher inventor and author Invented the water screw and mirrors Practical use military tech o Erastothenes Calculated the circumference of the Earth o Hippoarchos Calculates distance to moon based on eclipse shadow o Ptolemeny of Egypt Not the king Used complex math to help astronomy by describing the geocentric universe Made a map of the world using longitude and latitude o Machines: Ankithera Mechanism Found on a shipwreck Inscribed plates that calculated motions and positions of stars sun and moon ancient Greek medicine (& philosophy; achievements; major figures) - Protomedicine o Folk cures, god of Medicine (aklepious- son of Apollo ) and the balance of the 4 humours - Major Figures o Hippokrates of Kos Father of greek medicine He used medicine and philosophy What is the underlying cause of disease? Hipocratic Corpus Medical writing compiled in 5 th -3 rd century His principles Disease is natural Doctors job to assit the bodys healing process Health = balance of 4 humpurs Hippocratic Oath Financial consideration should not factor into how we treat the patient Bedside manor = clean and courteous Doctor patient confidentiality with no judgement
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o Galen Most influential ancient physician
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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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Chapter 10 quiz review - Chapter 10 Study Guide for Quiz 10...

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