CLA 326 / HIS 326 / REL 329

Topics in Ancient History: The City of Rome in AntiquityCourse Cancelled

Harriet Isabel Flower

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This course will offer a cross-disciplinary study of life, politics, and culture in the city of Rome from the early fourth century BC to the second century AD. Literary, epigraphical, numismatic, and archaeological sources will be used to study the following topics in a specifically urban and Roman context: Roman politics in an urban context, religion and festivals, topography and architecture, oratory, spectacle and games, city administration, police and security, the law and the courts, city markets and the economy, the urban population and its composition, demography, and the quality of life in the city.

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