REL 504 / HLS 516

Studies in Greco-Roman Religions: The Beginning of Late AntiquityCourse Cancelled

AnneMarie Luijendijk

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This class examines this influential period, beginning with the celebration of the Roman millennium in the year 247 through the reign of Theodosius I. We study sources pertaining to economy, law, demography, philosophy, social history, and theology in addition to material evidence (archaeological remains, coins, papyri).

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