Lecture 4
18 January 2017
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1. Key terms from Lecture 2
a. Linear A
b. Linear B
c. Syllabary vs. alphabet
d. Michael Ventris
e. Sir Arthur Evans
f. Knossos:
i. Minos
ii. Double axe iii. Central court
iv. Corridor of the Magazines (ie Corridor of storage
23 October, 2013
MATH 1104, Section F
TEST 2
1. Solve the following systems using an augmented matrix and elementary row operations,
bringing your solution to row reduced echelon form. Leave your answer in parametric
form. IF the system is inconsistent, i
2 Oct, 2013
MATH 1104, Section F
TEST 1
1. Find the complex roots of the polynomial x 2 4x 5 0. Give your answer in the form
a bi [3 marks].
2. Solve for the complex value, z. Give your answer in the form a bi [6 marks]:
iz 2 i 2 2 i
3. Consider the given
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MAT 1004D
Term test #1
26 September 2011
Total marks: 30 marks
Nonprogrammable calculators are permitted. This test is closed book.
Supply your answers on this sheet, but TAs have extra paper if you need it.
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Greek CLVC : Notes
20170125
Fall of Troy: 1250, traditionally 1184BC.
Iron/ Dark Age (Sowerby: 1100c. 750)
Homer (c. 750)
o Poems may have originated in Ionia
o Izmir/ Smyrna possible birth place
o Peisistratus sorted what was really Homer and what was
The Minoans  Part 2
The west court
Faced the town, much larger than central court. For large communal gatherings and rituals.
Raised walkways in West courts
There are some in Phaistos and Knossos
Sacred Grove Fresco
Showing people using the west court.
T
480 BCE
Greeces darkest hour  and greatest triumph. Darius son Xerxes becomes king and decides to
fulfill his father's desire to defeat Athens. The idea was to march a massive army and cross the
Hellespont. They had to build bridges and they got destroye
Delta Daidalos
Sir Arthur Evans 18511941
A great king who had control over everyone
He grew up in a house with a lot of archeology. Went to Oxford university who got top honours
in history.
Mineoan Crete 18941899
Arthur was interested in the Minoan Cret
The Spartan slaves had to wear a humiliating outfit that marks you as a Helot. They were not happy
that they had to fight as skirmishers in the army and are forced to mourn the king.
Helot Skirmishers  lightly armed, going in front of the rest of the arm
Greek Alphabet :
Third letter  Gamma Gigantomachi (giant turtle)
The Bronze Age c.3000BCE

Beginning to make bronze (10 part copper + 1 part tin or arsenic)
Arsenic gives silvery color
Tin gives golden color
Helladic  Mainland of Greece
Cycladic  Cult
Intro summary  After 400 years of "darkness", the Greeks reach out to the rest of the
Mediterranean once again, trading and colonizing, and thereby coming into contact with more
advanced civilizations. This changes everything. We will meet the first of t
20 November, 2012
MATH 1104, Section F
TEST 3
1. Find the inverse of [3 marks]:
M=
13 2
1 10
2. If A, B, C, and D are invertible, 4x4 matrices, evaluate det( 1 ABC T D1 ), given A = 5,
2
B = 1, C = 5, and D = 2 [3 marks].
3. Consider the system:
x
CARLETON UNIVERSITY
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EXAMINATION
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DURATION: 3 HOURS
Department Name and Course Number: School of Mathematics and Statistics, MATH 1004 A, B, C, D.
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27th
Lecture 07
January 2017
Homers Odyssey
I  IV = the Telemachia cfw_Telemaciy = trials of Odysseus sons
o Odysseus, son of Laertes and Antikleia
o Ithaka
o Penelope cfw_Odysseuss wife
o Telemachos cfw_Odysseuss son
V = Kalypso
VI VIII = Phaiakia/ Sch
Lecture 2
11 January 2017
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Introduction to the Greek Bronze Age (3000  1000 BC)
1. Heinrich Schliemann (1822 1890) and Sir Arthur Evans (1851 1941)
a. Schliemann made discoveries at Troy in 1870 and in Mycenae in 1876, Peloponnese
i. Born in Germany
Lecture 5
20 January 2017
th
Art and Architecture of the Mycenaean Greece (1500  1000) cfw_cont.
Mycenaecfw_cont.
Plane of Citadel of Mycenae
Sculpture of Heraldic Lions
o The relief triangle cut out has a carving of lions (head are missing, but would
ha
25th
Lecture 6
January 2017
Chronology
Fall of troy (1250, traditionally 1184 B.C.)
Iron/ Dark Age (Sowerby: 110c  750)
Homer (c.750)
Archaic Period (Sowerby: 750  480)
Homer
It is not known whether he was blind or not
(Portrait of Homer)
He is date
Lecture 3
13 January 20017
th
Introduction to the Greek Bronze Age (3000  1000 BC) cfw_cont.
1. Sir Arthur Evans (1851  1941)
a. In 30s was a curator at the museum in Oxford
b. Responsible for the excavation of the palace of Knossos on the island of Cre
SURVEY OF GREEK CIVILIZATIONSCLCV 1002A
The Stone Age
Trade and sea faring begin in Mesolithic (obsidian is proof)
Earliest burials are in the Neolithic (Franchthi Cave)
Farming begins in Neolithic
Sedentism creates population growth and agricultura
Chapter 1  Who were the Greeks?
The Ancient Greeks Defined
Western culture aspects have decidedly greek identity: Athletics, philosophy,
architecture, education or sculpture, democracy, theater,
two defining factors of greek civilization are language a
1.0INTRODUCTION
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identify and solve the design problem in an existing TV mount. The following document
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Croesus on the Funeral Pyre, Redgured Amphora, in the Louvre
Trireme
Triremes were built for the Athenian Navy between the First Persian War and the Second.
JacquesLous David, Leonidas at Thermopylae, 1814 (Louvre)
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CLCV 1002 Terms 6 Class of Friday, October 25
(Themistocles)
He was one of the non aristocratic leaders and rose with the idea of democracy.\
he convinced the polis to increase the naval power of Athens.
Long Walls
were walls built from a city to its por