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2002-2004 Undergraduate Catalog
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(see Also Greek and Latin)

Professor Kirk Summers, Adviser
Office: 239 B. B. Comer Hall

CL 130 through CL 386 require no knowledge of Greek or Latin.

CL 130 The Roman Heritage. Three hours.

Introductory survey of the Roman contribution to Western civilization.

CL 222 Greek and Roman Mythology. Three hours.

Introduction to classical mythology itself and the principal Greek and Roman myths. Offered each semester.

CL 225 Ancient Rome in Film. Three hours.

An examination of historical accuracy in filmmaking about ancient Rome, from the waning years of the Republic to the excesses of the empire.

CL 235 History of the Christian Church to 1500 (same as HY 235). Three hours.

CL 236 History of the Christian Church since 1500 (same as HY 236). Three hours.

CL 350 Roman Religion. Three hours.

Survey of the rites and structure of ancient Roman cult, with special emphasis on the Roman religious calendar and the clash between paganism and Christianity.

CL 375 Family in Ancient Rome. Three hours.

Study of the structure of the Roman family, the social role of its individual members, the civic laws and the traditions that governed them.

CL 380 Special Topics. Three to six hours.

Detailed investigations of specific aspects of Greco-Roman civilization, such as ancient drama, women's lives, ancient religion, and technological achievements.

CL 384 Ancient Egypt and the Near East (same as HY 384). Three hours.

Introduction to Egypt's ancient history (from the pyramids to the Ptolemies), with emphasis on the civilization's contributions to Western heritage.

CL 385 History of Greece (same as HY 385). Three hours.

Survey of the history of Greece from earliest times to the death of Alexander the Great, with emphasis on the Golden Age.

CL 386 History of Rome (same as HY 386). Three hours.

Introduction to the ancient history of Rome, with emphasis on the Republic from its Etruscan beginnings to the Second Punic War, and on the golden age of Caesar Augustus at the beginning of the Roman Empire.