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The Epic Form in World Literature Gerz and Johns-Putra Definition and Characteristics of the Epic FormThe Epic Form in World Literature Gerz and Johns-Putra Definition and Characteristics of the Epic Form
Note: Epics from British and American literature purposely are not included in this chart
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Troy (Asia Minor)Troy (Asia Minor)
Tros, from whom the name Troy was derived. The son and successor of Ilus was Laomedon, who was slain by the hero Hercules, when Hercules captured the city
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Faq: The Trojan War When did the war take place?Faq: The Trojan War When did the war take place?
The war took place in the beginning of 12th century B. C. E. and is generally thought to have lasted from 1193 to 1184 B. C. E
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C. E. Who will rule Gaul?C. E. Who will rule Gaul?
Established in 358 C. E., Toxandria, original acquired homeland of the Salian Franks, within the Western Roman Empire, labeled Franks“
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The University of Western Australia School of Humanities (Classics and Ancient History) clah 1103 Glory and Grandeur Notes on Ancient Chronological SystemsThe University of Western Australia School of Humanities (Classics and Ancient History) clah 1103 Glory and Grandeur Notes on Ancient Chronological Systems
In modern Australia, time is measured very accurately. You can tell your age not merely to the year, but to the hour and perhaps the minute, maybe even the second. You expect a train to depart or arrive at a time fixed in hours and minutes
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The Barbarian Invasions Content Goals and Objectives: What should you be able to do when you complete this section?The Barbarian Invasions Content Goals and Objectives: What should you be able to do when you complete this section?
The student will evaluate the invasions of Europe as a force for change in medieval Europe
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