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Wednesday, November 7

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Wednesday, April 25

Tuesday, April 3

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Friday, March 23

  1. page Master Timeline edited ... 100 BCE - 50 BCE - 44 BCE - Traffic Regulations 3 BCE - Oath of allegiance 1 1 BCE-- L…
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    100 BCE -
    50 BCE -
    44 BCE - Traffic Regulations
    3 BCE - Oath of allegiance
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    1 BCE-- L. Antistius
    4-5 CE - Domestic Abuse
    19 CE- Anti-Gladiator Law
    20 CE - Military self-praise (Mt. Eryx, Sicily)

    50 CE-
    fl. 62 CE - Self-opening door (This is the date given in the OCD for the "flourishing" of Heron of Alexandria. The precise date of publication is unknown but falls between 10 and 70 CE)
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    100 CE- Unhappy Veterans (September 4th in Alexandria, Egypt)
    67 CE - Praise For Nero (November 28 in Corinth, Greece)
    69-CE-https://romanvoices.wikispaces.com/Tax+disputes
    94 CE - Veterans' Rights
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    150
    CE- Off to the city for school
    105 - 106 CE - Soldier's Duties
    106 CE - Officer's Memorial
    114-42 CE - Soldiers' Families
    117-138 CE - Labor and Economic Regulations
    (Frequent references to the Emperor Hadrian seem to indicate that the bronzes were cast during his reign, allowing us to date them with some precision.)
    130 CE - Tourist Graffiti (20 November) - Julia Balbilla's epigram's appearing on the Colossi of Memnon
    138 CE - Kronion's Will
    150 CE- Public Works
    150 CE- A son's letter to Mom (mid second century AD)
    161-169 CE- Pregnancy Dispute - documented by Ulpian (? CE - 223 CE)
    182 CE - Oppressed Workers

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Tuesday, March 20

  1. page Assignment edited PRIMARY TEXT PRESENTATION ... Choose a document for the appropriate amount of credits (4-credit…
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    Choose a document for the appropriate amount of credits (4-credit students have some flexibility.)document. The choice
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    process.
    2. April 19th:March 27th: QUESTIONS
    Below
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    list of 3 questions (3/4/5 minimum depending on credits) that you
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    might include:
    1. Where is it from

    1. What places
    and what do we know about that place?
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    people are mentioned in the document? Who wrote it, and for what audience,are they?
    2. What is the larger political
    and what do we know about them?social context?
    3. When was it written,How reliable does this document seem, and what is the significance of its date?why?
    4. What do unfamiliar terms or items mentioned in your document mean?
    3. April 21st:5. Who wrote it, and for what audience, and what do we know about them?
    Write these questions below your document on the wiki; make sure to sign your name on the wiki document page itself.
    3. March 27th:
    Research trip to Classics library and Greenthe library to
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    questions.
    4. May 17th:April 5th: DRAFT PRESENTATION DUE
    Formal Presentation of Document due on wiki. This should include:
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    At least (3/4/5)4 hyperlinks to
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    timeline and map (to go up shortly).map.
    3. At least 300500 words at
    .4. Any lingering questions that you still have and were unable to answer in your research.
    5. You should feel free to reformat or restructure the visual presentation of your document, as you see fit, as long as you do not remove any words.
    6. At the bottom, please include a complete Works Cited or link to a Works Cited page (as you prefer), listing the sources which aided you in your research, both primary and secondary.
    5. May 24th:April 10th: COMMENTS
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    at least (3/4/5)3 of your
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    of their document. You are highly encourageddocumen, e.g. "I really liked your discussion of Roman music, but I was confused by your comments about the roles of musicians in the Roman world. Did they have religious significance?" Please try to choose documentsoffer critiques for pages that do
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    already have 3 comments on them.2 or more critiques from other students.
    2. Link your own document to at least three (for all students) other documents for this class and discuss in a few sentences (at the bottom of your own document presentation) how they interrelate and how comparisons between them might further enrich our understanding of Roman society.
    6. May 26th:April 12: REVISION AND
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    May 26th.
    7. By June 3rd:

    7. April 25th:
    Publication? Decide
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Thursday, June 9

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