CLS 1 Classical Civilization.

Combines a general introduction to classical civilization and an in-depth encounter with Greco-Roman civilization, focusing on elements that provide opportunities for observing differences between modern and ancient civilization. Uses literature, monuments, legal documents, art, and sculpture to examine key examples of social organization, including the status of women, legal structures, and urban organization.

1. CLS 101 Greek Civilization in its Mediterranean Context (3) (MPF), or
CLS 102 Roman Civilization (3) (MPF), or
CLS 121 Introduction to Classical Mythology (3) (MPF); and

2. ART 381 Greek and Roman Architecture (3),or
CLS 210E Eureka: Monumental Discoveries in the Attics of Antiquity (3), or
CLS 210J Art and Archaeology of Egypt (3),or
CLS 210R Race and Ethnicity in Antiquity (3), or
CLS 235 Women in Antiquity (3); and

3. ART 382 Greek and Roman Painting (3), or
ART 383 Greek and Roman Sculpture (3), or
CLS 310D Democracy and Identity in Ancient Athens (3), or
CLS 310E Conflict in Greco-Roman Egypt (3), or
CLS 310I Ancient Imperialism (3), or
CLS 310T Arts and Empire in the Classical World and Russia (3), or
CLS 321 Justice and the Law (3), or
CLS 322 Growing Old in Greece and Rome (3), or
REL 334 Women's Religious Experiences in the Ancient Mediterranean World (3)

Note: Not open to majors in the Department of Classics. Majors in the departments of Art and Comparative Religion must select a minimum of nine hours outside their department of major.

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