HUM test 1 - Stonehenge people don't know how stone got...

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Stonehenge - people don't know how stone got there and upright. Believed to be used by cults to look at stars Le coq cave - religious people believed it was used for praying gilgamesh - friend died, thought immortality could help find friend. Discovered most important thing is the present day KIng Maurabi - which law is unusual, an eye for an eye Plato - series of forms socrates - Socrates never wrote any of his records down. Unlike him, Plato wrote his records down His students, most notably Plato, were able to write stuff about him so he could be remembered Aristotle's dad was a doctor, which heavily influenced Aristotle's hobbies. He studied biology and other scientific fields. He became the tutor of Alexander The Great Nudity was not a big deal in art in Rome Pax Romana - Peace in Rome, very unusual. Under emperor Julius Caesar, this was a long
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period of relative peace and minimal expansion by military force experienced by the Roman Empire Being a good public speaker was valuable in rome. They had counsels and heralds, and other positions King tut so famous because we found his tomb, other pharaohs were raided and lost. He was a young kid and wasn't that famous in ancient egypt krater - usually had historic warfare or interesting event painted on 1. Early Greece Minoan Civilization (2000 -1400 BC) and Mycenaean (1600 - 1200 BC) Minoan on the island of Crete: Prosperous, secure, no walls Associated with the Cult of the Bulls Also has fertility cults. Bare breasted female with snakes. Represents fertility goddess Mycenaean CIvilization A dark period for this early Greek area. This is where the famous Greek epic poems 'The Illiad and The Odyssey came from Helen was stolen from Meneleus, King of Sparta, by Paris, a prince of Troy. The result is the
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course HUMANITIES 2210 taught by Professor Prof.conniejordan during the Fall '11 term at University of Central Florida.

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