Weeks 1-4 (12 Lectures) Notes until Exam – Transcribed Notes

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  • UniversityUniversity of California Berkeley
  • AreaHumanities and media studies
  • CourseIntroduction to Roman Civilization
  • Course Code21842
  • ProfessorChristopher Hallett
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  • Authorssen219
  • Created2018
  • Pages19
  • Approved25 June 2019

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Part 1: Weeks 1+2 (6 Lectures) Transcription and Notes of Lectures:

Every topic the Professor mentioned in these 6 lectures is in these notes – I transcribed much of the lecture while I took the class and the notes are thus organized by lecture. They are organized so some parts are bolded so the reader knows this was a point that was stressed by the Professor and may be in a quiz or test.


Part 2 :

An almost full transcription of lectures 7 through to 12 with parts that were more important and likely to be tested in bold/italics. Organized by lecture and details the daily lives of Romans, how we view them today, why they are important to us, and some significant stories, individuals, and events from the time that contribute to our knowledge and understanding of them now. Bonus included in Lecture 11: notes on the format and expectations for the midterm exam, including an example answer and how the professor recommended we study for the exam.

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