Italy - CLA 382: Roman Archaeology Professor Gruber-Miller - Block II

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Italy - CLA 382: Roman Archaeology
Professor Gruber-Miller - Block II
Come to Italy and study the art and archaeology of the ancient Romans in order to understand
their history and civilization--economy, government, religion, family life, slavery, urbanization-from the monarchy to the republic to the empire. Taught in Italy, the class will spend two thirds of
the course in Rome and its environs and the third week in the Bay of Naples region. Sites visited
will include the Roman forum, the heart of ancient Rome, the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the
Circus Maximus; temples, theaters, markets, imperial palaces; early Christian churches and catacombs; Ostia, Rome's port; cemeteries of the ancient Etruscans; the Greek city of Paestum; and of
course, Pompeii and Herculaneum, cities covered by the eruption of Mt Vesuvius.
Course Cost
~$4,000
Includes
Airfare, lodging,
ground transportation,
entrance fees, 2 meals
per day
Prerequisites
Contact
Once course from either Classical Studies or
Anthropology, or permission of instructor.
Students must have a 2.0 GPA, and be in good
academic and financial standing at the college.
John Gruber-Miller, Professor of Classics
[email protected]
Kelsi Kautzky, Off-Campus Studies
[email protected]
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