CLA210H1: Greek and Roman Archaeology

Hours: 
36L

A survey of the practices and theory of archaeology in the Classical Mediterranean, from the Greek Bronze Age through the Roman Empire. This course introduces students to the archaeological record of the Greco-Roman past, as well as the means by which we access it. Students will develop essential skills to recognize and analyze ancient material culture in preparation for upper level classes, or for fieldwork. No previous knowledge of the discipline is required.

Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Living Things and Their Environment (4)