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These were based on similar principles to the healing temples of Egypt, but were dedicated to the Greek god of healing, Asklepias. The Early Origins of Medicine. Holism and Complementary Medicine serves to address this deficiency. Chapter 7: Authors Toni Hurley and Christine Murray bring their years of classroom, curriculum and academic experience to the fourth editions of Antiquity and provide unparalleled depth and coverage in an easy-to-read, easy-to-understand and easy-to-master format Toni Hurley Toni Hurley has 30 years of experience teaching History in NSW secondary schools.
Volume 1 of A Cultural History of Women. Reviewed by Nicola E. Hayward, McGill University, hay.
In the introduction to this volume, editor Janet Tulloch addresses the question regarding the signiicance of studying the cultural history of women who lived to years ago. Her response aptly connects the struggles of those women who lived in the past to those who live today.
In chapter one Katariina Mustakallio takes us on a journey of the aging body. In chapter two Allison Glazebrook and Nicola Mellor examine the female body and sexuality. Elements of control, however, were not limited to male guardianship.
Using literary, epigraphic and material evidence, Janet Tulloch in chapter three examines the role of women in ritual activities. Although her study cov- ers a vast period, Tulloch notes that there are speciic topics which are com- mon to many of the diverse religions covered here. Women in pagan religious traditions held positions of authority and power, often oiciating in the high priesthoods of the provincial imperial cults.
Women also served as key igures in the gospels, acting as patrons as well as leaders in church houses.
Skara Brae. Chapter Deir el-Medina Chapter Thera Chapter Greek Drama Chapter The Celts in Europe Chapter She has lectured in HSC study days and teacher conferences and has also tutored in history teaching method at Sydney and Macquarie universities.
She has taught HSC and junior history for over 30 years and regularly lectures for students and teachers at conferences and HSC study days. She has lectured for teachers and students at HSC study days and teacher conferences.
Methods of Investigating the Past Internet research exercise: Archaeology Chapter 2: The Nature of Sources and Evidence Case study: Homer's The Iliad Chapter 4: Reconstructing the Past Famous archaeologists quiz Internet research exercise: Archaeologists Chapter 6: Ethical Issues Extended response Chapter 8: Tutankhamun's Tomb Comparison chart Writing task Chapter 9: Homer and the Trojan War Revision questions Chapter Ancient Human Remains Group investigation and presentation: Mummies Chapter The treatment and display of human remains Chapter 7: Historical investigation.
Chapter 8: Thera Chapter Troy Chapter The Celts Chapter Ancient Australia: Lake Mungo Chapter Ashoka Chapter Persepolis Chapter Palmyra and the Silk Road.
Chapter Death and funerary customs: Old Kingdom Egypt Chapter Weapons and warfare: Authors Toni Hurley and Christine Murray bring their years of classroom, curriculum and academic experience to the fourth editions of Antiquity and provide unparalleled depth and coverage in an easy-to-read, easy-to-understand and easy-to-master format Toni Hurley Toni Hurley has 30 years of experience teaching History in NSW secondary schools.