AAMW401 - INTRO GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY

An introduction to the art and archaeology of ancient Greece from the Bronze Age through the Hellenistic Period. Topics to be considered include Minoan Crete, Mycenae, the Greek Dark Ages, Geometric Greece, the Archaic Period, Classical Athens, and the world of Alexander the Great. Emphasis on the consideration of the archaeological evidence, e.g., sculpture, painting, pottery, architecture and numismatics.
Section 401 - LEC
This course provides an introduction to the art and archaeology of the ancient Greek world, focusing on the Archaic through Hellenistic periods. Topics to be considered include the formation of the Greek polis (city-state), the rising and falling fortunes of Athens and the other Greek city-states in the Classical period, and the world of Alexander the Great. Emphasis is placed on the consideration of the archaeological evidence, e.g., sculpture, painting, pottery, architecture, and other material culture. This course is part of a sequence of introductory courses (with Ages of Homer and Introduction to Roman Archaeology) on the archaeology of the Greco-Roman world. There are no prerequisites, and these courses need not be taken in a particular order.
TR 0130PM-0300PM
TARTARON, THOMAS F.
TOWNE BUILDING 305