Quiz 3 - Quiz 3 Coloization o Protocolonization = explore...

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Quiz 3 - Coloization o Protocolonization = explore coastline have seasonal outposts o Internal colonizations = some communities in mid late renaissance; Powerful communities extend influence Major examples Attica peaceful domination by Athens myth of theseus Messenia forcible domination by Sparta o Motivation Piracy Trade Greece didn’t have a lot of land so they needed to look outward for arable land Political strife = common within greek community o Literacy Syllabic Greek (linear B) :1500-1100 BCE (administrative record Alphabetic greek 8000 BCE too present Regionalism of scripts To – 250 BCE all capitals little punctuation o Origins of greek alphabet vs Syllabary Origins adopted from the phoenecians 800 BCE From Sea faring peoples fro modern Lebanon and north Africa cathage Relationship : They Competed with Greeks as traders colonizers Sicily Cyprus : islands split into greek, phoenecians halves ½ ahhhhh Greek innovation = vowels Alphabet = letters Syllabaray = represent the syllables that make up works o Evolution of literary culture Proliterate meter (rhythm ) rhyme musical accompaniment Traditional poetry = advanced preliterate = this means that before wirint the poetry was sing songy so that people could understand it Advantages to oral tradition: cheap readily available Disadvantages : labor ntensive – have to memorize everything unreliable after 3 generations Proliterate meter (rhythm ) rhyme musical accompaniment Traditional poetry = advanced preliterate IT Advantages: cheap readily available Disadvantages : labor ntensive unreliable after 3 generations ( think of the game telephone ) Syllabic Greek (linear B) :1500-1100 BCE (administrative record Alphabetic greek 8000 BCE too present Regionalism of scripts (dialects ) To – 250 BCE all capitals little punctuation
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o Sources of information –media manuscripts tradition Media = start off using unprocessed natural material like bark wood leaves and bones First media = little direct evidence for most anciet cultures (because usually decomposes) Advantages = cheap readily available Disadvantages = perishable and difficult to work with 9 no record for scholars and archeologists to work with Moved to clay the note paper of antiquity Tablets (linear A and B) pottery fragments (ostraka ) Advantage s(usually ) cheap available functional and durable Disadvantages = awkward to work with and fragile if large Stoen for permanent display: monuments, decrees ect
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