CLS 310E Conflict in Greco-Roman Egypt (3) MPT

Explores life in ancient Egypt as it experienced first Greek, then Roman, domination. Considers themes ranging from the role of the imperial court to the social differences that structured life and the colonial administration of Egypt, including gender, ethnicity, economic status, literacy, and religious identity. Also highlights the shifting role of the new capital, Alexandria.

Cross-listed with BWS 380I.

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