ARCH - Archaeology

ARCH 4335 Archaeology of Ancient Greece and Rome

The course examines the cultural remains discovered through archaeological excavations in ancient Greece and Rome. Important elements in the study include social and political institutions, religion, and literature of the regions. Students will study representative sites from the Minoan civilization through the rule of Constantine.


ARCH 4345 Archaeology of Syria-Palestine

The course examines the cultural remains of ancient Syria-Palestine through the study of representative archaeological sites in the Levant and neighboring regions. Students will review materials related to archaeological site dating from the Neolithic period to the end of the second century CE.