West Civ cont
Scientia Potentia est
Human knowledge and human power meet in one: for where the cause is not
known the effect cannot be produced. Nature to be commanded must be obeyed; and that which
in contemplation is as the cause is in operatio
HY 101 Final Exam Study Guide Fall 2016
Exam 4 will have the same format as Exams 1, 2, & 3. Test covers lectures and ALL assigned readings,
primary documents weeks 13-15 and text book chapters 11-15. Students are expected to show up on time, may
HY 101 Fall 2016
I. Be able to arrange the following in chronological order, with "1" being the earliest event to have occurred,
"10" being the most recent.
Homo sapiens evolves the capacity for abstract thought (1)
Use the glossary in the back of the Literature: The Human Experience textbook to compile your
The Methods of Fiction (pp. 7-11)
Irony: Verbal Irony
Point of view
January 15, 2017
For this poem response I chose We Wear The Mask by Paul Laurence Dunbar,
I chose this poem because it goes hand in hand with our society today, and also goes
along with some personal experiences I have encountered. A
Greece 8th Century
Lecture Outline 2 (Exam I)
(Code of Values)
1. Schoolbook [Memorized]
looked at code of values
Identify how the values in The Odyssey and The Iliad affected Greek life.
A. Code of Values
1. Quoted Passage
January 17, 2017
Poetry Term Application
1) Enjambment- sentences without a pause at the end of a line, or stanza.
- For this term I chose the poem Latin Women Pray , this poem portrays
an enjambment because there is no pause between lines. I b
Birth Place of Ancient Greece (Minoans & Mycenaeans)
Lecture Outline 1 (Exam I)
Identify the Mediterranean inhabitants who had a strong impact on Greek civilization.
1. Minoans [Location: Crete]
A. Date 2500 BC (not really sure)
2. Sea Empire: W
Christian Formation Section 1 Exam Study Guide
Be prepared for multiple choice and matching questions.
Be familiar with the following:
Why were the creeds created?
How is God described in Scripture?
The Greeks: Crucible of Civilization
Scene 3: Government in Chaos
Scene 4: Revolution and Democracy
Lecture Notes: 3
Cleisthenes was not the only one to take the tales of the
mythical heroes to heart.
After the death of Pisistratus, his son Hippias
Last Name 1
First Name Last Name
6 October 2016
Title of Poem, Title of Short Story, Title of Novel, Title of Play
Summary: This is where you* should briefly sum up each work that you are discussing. Keep in
mind that this p
HY 101 Qz. 7 Fall 2016 Name:_ ID:_ 9:05/10:10
Answer the following questions in a word, phrase or sentence. COMPLETE THIS
Each question worth 2 points.
1. What did the Emperor Alexius ask for in his letter to Pope Urban II?
Soldiers to help f
Quiz 6 HY 101 Fall 2016
2 points each
_1. Islam was able to make rapid inroads into Byzantine territory because:
a. the Byzantine emperors had exacted harsh taxes on the people to pay for their wars of re-conquest in Europe
b. the Byzant
Quiz 5 HY 101 Fall 2016
Two points each
_1. According to Caesar, which of the following was considered a crime by the Germans?
a. stealing possessions from another tribe
b. destroying the territory that borders their own as a sign of val
HY 102 Study Guide Exam II
Spring 2015 USA
Your test will include multiple choice, short answer and short essay questions. Test covers lectures, primary
documents and text book Chapters 18-23. *Make up and Absence policy as stated in the Syllabus will be
Review Guide, Exam 1 HY 102 Friday, February 6
Spring 2015 USA
Your test will include multiple choice, short answer and short essay questions. Test covers lectures and ALL
assigned readings, primary and text book Chapters 14-18 (to pg. 438), Weeks 1-4. Be
Study Guide Exam III
Spring 2015 USA
Identification be prepared to identify (who, what, when, where) and describe the historical
significance of the following terms, using your notes, primary documents, and text. Review Chapters
24-26 in your text.
Chapter 1 Notes (Pages 1-32)
The Grand Alliance, Globalist Dreams, Big Power Realities:
Big Three united against Axis powers (people believed that these positive relations would
continue to grow after the war).