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History of Ancient Greece
Credit Hours:
3 hours

Topics in social and cultural history, such as law, the role of women, slavery, ethnography, masculinity, medicine, the agricultural economy, the origins and meaning of democracy. Begins in the Archaic period with Homer and ends with Alexander the Great.


Instructors of this Course

Distinguished Research Professor

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