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CLASS102 Greek and Roman Mythology Course Page

Description: A survey of classical mythology with readings in translation from various ancient authors as well as from modern scholarly works.

CLASS103 Introduction to Ancient Greece Course Page

Description: Formerly CLASS 270.

CLASS104 Introduction to Ancient Rome Course Page

Description: Formerly CLASS 271.

CLASS110 The Ancient World Course Page

Description: World history from the beginning of written records to the sixth century AD. The ancient history of the Mediterranean world, with particular emphasis on Egypt, Greece and Rome and compares developments in civilization in these areas with those in Persia, India and China.

CLASS221 Literature of Greece and Rome Course Page

Description: An introductory survey in English translation of major works from Greek and Latin literature. This will include epic, lyric, and drama. May not be taken concurrently with or subsequent to CLASS 321/322.

CLASS254 Introduction to Greek Art and Archaeology Course Page

Description: Survey of the art, artifacts, and monuments of the Ancient Greek World. Formerly CLASS 252.

CLASS255 Introduction to Roman Art and Archaeology Course Page

Description: Survey of the art, artifacts, and monuments of the Ancient Roman World. Formerly CLASS 252.

CLASS261 Women, Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World Course Page

Description: The role of women and the construction of gender and sexuality in Greek and Roman society from the Archaic period to Late Antiquity.

CLASS280 Introduction to Ancient Greek History Course Page

Description: Not open to students with credit in any two of CLASS 371, 372, and 373.

CLASS282 Introductory Roman History I Course Page

Description: From the foundation of the city to the fall of the Republic. Not open to students with credit in CLASS 281, 365 or 366.

CLASS283 Introductory Roman History II Course Page

Description: The Roman Empire to the late fifth century. Not open to students with credit in CLASS 281, 378 or 379.

CLASS291 Introduction to Scientific Terminology Course Page

Description: The Greek and Latin elements of modern scientific terminology, with an examination of its history and cultural background.

CLASS294 Ancient Science, Technology, and Medicine Course Page

Description: An introduction to the development of science, technology, and medicine in the ancient world with particular reference to the civilizations of Greece and Rome.

CLASS299 Topics in the Ancient World Course Page
No description available for this course.
CLASS303 Religion in Greco-Roman Antiquity Course Page

Description: Examination of the nature of pre-Christian religious practices in antiquity.

CLASS304 Warfare in Greco-Roman Antiquity Course Page

Description: The development from Archaic Greece to Late Antiquity of warfare, both in its technical aspects and as a political and socio-cultural phenomenon. Prerequisite: Any of CLASS 103, 104, or any CLASS course at the 200 level or above or HIST 295 or 296.

CLASS321 Literature and Culture of the Greek World Course Page

Description: Representative works of Greek literature and their cultural context. All readings in English. Prerequisite: CLASS 102, 221 or consent of Department.

CLASS322 Literature and Culture of the Roman World Course Page

Description: Representative works of Latin and Greek literature and their cultural context. All readings in English. Prerequisite: CLASS 102, 221 or consent of Department.

CLASS330 From Alexander the Great to Cleopatra: The Hellenistic World Course Page

Description: The history of the Hellenistic world from Alexander the Great to the defeat of Antony and Cleopatra at the Battle of Actium. Special emphasis will be placed upon Alexander's successors and the development of the Hellenistic kingdoms.

CLASS355 Topics in Roman Civilization Course Page

Description: Examination of one aspect of the Classical Roman World. (Emphasis in any one year may be archaeological, historical or literary). Prerequisites: CLASS 255, 282 or 283.

CLASS356 Topics in Ancient Art Course Page

Description: Examination of one aspect of art in the Greco-Roman world. Prerequisites: CLASS 254 or 255.

CLASS376 Early Civilization I Course Page

Description: A survey of the beginnings and development of civilization in the Near East, including Sumer, Babylon, Assyria, and the Hebrews. Note: not open to students with credit in RELIG 305.

CLASS399 Topics in the Ancient World Course Page
No description available for this course.
CLASS400 Topics in the Culture and Society of Greco-Roman Antiquity Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: Any course at or above the 200-level in CLASS, GREEK or LATIN, or consent of Department.

CLASS463 Topics in Roman History Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: CLASS 282 or 283 or consent of Department.

CLASS473 Topics in Classical Archaeology Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: Any CLASS course at the 200 level or above or consent of Department. May be repeated for credit when course content differs.

CLASS475A Techniques of Classical Field Archaeology Course Page

Description: The techniques of survey, excavation and recording in Classical Archaeology. Prerequisites: Students must be either Classics majors or in a Classics graduate program. Note: Offered only for fieldwork in the archaeology of the Greek and Roman world and restricted to those participating in a fieldwork program sponsored by the Department. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

CLASS475B Techniques of Classical Field Archaeology Course Page

Description: The techniques of survey, excavation and recording in Classical Archaeology. Prerequisites: Students must be either Classics majors or in a Classics graduate program. Note: Offered only for fieldwork in the archaeology of the Greek and Roman world and restricted to those participating in a fieldwork program sponsored by the Department. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

CLASS476A Advanced Field Techniques in Classical Archaeology Course Page

Description: Advanced field application of Classical Archaeological Theory. Prerequisites: CLASS 475 or equivalent. Note: Offered only for fieldwork in the archaeology of the Greek and Roman world and restricted to those participating in a fieldwork program sponsored by the Department. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

CLASS476B Advanced Field Techniques in Classical Archaeology Course Page

Description: Advanced field application of Classical Archaeological Theory. Prerequisites: CLASS 475 or equivalent. Note: Offered only for fieldwork in the archaeology of the Greek and Roman world and restricted to those participating in a fieldwork program sponsored by the Department. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

CLASS478 Topics in Roman Art Course Page

Description: In-depth study of aspects of Roman art. Prerequisite: Any CLASS course at the 200 level or above or consent of Department. May be repeated for credit when course content differs.

CLASS480 Topics in the Archaeology of the Roman Provinces Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: CLASS 282, 283 or 355 or consent of Department.

CLASS481 Topics in Greek History Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: CLASS 280 or consent of Department.

CLASS498 Individual Study of Literary Problems Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: Any one of CLASS 221, 261, 321, 322, or consent of Department.

CLASS499 Individual Study of Historical and Archaeological Problems Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

CLASS500 Fourth-Year Honors Tutorial Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

CLASS501 Research Methods and Resources in Classics Course Page
No description available for this course.
CLASS505 Topics in the Culture and Society of Greco-Roman Antiquity Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: Consent of Department.

CLASS515 Topics in the Archaeology of Greece Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

CLASS516 Topics in the Archaeology of the Roman Provinces Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

CLASS522 Studies in Ancient History Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department.

CLASS578 Roman Art Course Page
No description available for this course.
CLASS599 Individual Study Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: consent of Department. Repeatable.

CLASS601 Studies in Classical Archaeology I Course Page

Description: Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

CLASS602 Studies in Classical Archaeology II Course Page

Description: Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.

CLASS900 Directed Research Project Course Page
No description available for this course.