Term 9 – 2010-11 CLA-381 Greek Archaeology

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Term 9 – 2010-11
CLA-381
Greek Archaeology Race you to the Acropolis?
The course will be an introduction to archaeology in Greece
in the Bronze, Classical, Roman, and Byzantine Periods. We
will begin the course on campus with a brief overview of
Greece in the Bronze, Classical, Roman, and Byzantine
Periods. We will then spend most of the course visiting sites
throughout Greece, including Athens, Delphi, Olympia,
Mycenae, Corinth, Bassae, and Crete. We will see temples,
palaces, cities, sanctuaries, theaters, athletic facilities, and
government buildings. In addition we will spend time in the
major museums of Greece examining sculpture, vases,
jewelry, and items of everyday use in the ancient world. For
students interested in anthropology, architecture, art, art
history, classics, history, politics, religion, and theatre.
Prerequisite: one course from GRE, LAT, CLA, or ANT
Course Cost: $4,000 (est.) [includes airfare, in-country
transportation, hotels, some meals, excursions/guides]
Questions?
Contact:
Amanda Ross (aross)
John Gruber-Miller (jgruber-miller)
Old Sem – 2nd floor
College Hall 312
http://www.cornellcollege.edu/classical_studies
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