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Introduction To Mediterranean Archaeology
The cultures of Greece and Rome, what we call classical antiquity, span over a thousand years of multicultural achievement in the Mediterranean. This course tells the story of what it was like to live in the complex societies of ancient Greece and Rome. This story is told principally using the art, architecture, pottery and coins produced by these societies. We will examine both the bold and sexy, and the small and humble, from the Parthenon to wooden huts, from the Aphrodite of Knidos to the bones of a fisherman named Peter.
ARTH 227 - Introduction to Mediterranean Archaeology
CLST 111 - Introduction to Mediterranean Archaeology

Foundational Approach

Course usually offered in Fall term
Cross Cultural Analysis

Methods of Assessment


Cross Cultural Analysis


Cultural Diversity in the US


Quantitative Data Analysis


Formal Reasoning


Administrative Fields

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