AR 230 Lecture Power-points

9/6: How to think like an archaeologist: an exercise with George Washington

BEFORE THE CLASSICAL WORLD

9/8: Troy: the story and the site (c. 1600-1200 BCE)

9/13: Mycenaean Greece: Shaft Graves (c. 1650-1500 BCE)

9/15: Mycenaean Greece: Shaft Graves, part 2 (c. 1650-1500)

9/20: Mycenean Greece: Tholoi and Palaces (c. 1400-1200 BCE)

9/22: The End of the Bronze Age (c. 1200-1100 BCE)

THE CLASSICAL WORLD: RELIGIOUS, CIVIC, AND PRIVATE LIFE

9/27: Nichoria (c. 900-750 BCE)

9/29: Zagora (c. 900-700 BCE)

10/4: Perachora and Geometric Athens (c. 900-700 BCE)

10/6: Archaic Athens (c. 600-510 BCE)

10/11: No class (Monday class schedule)

10/13: Democratic Athens (c. 510-420 BCE)

10/18: Athens review (9th-5th c. BCE) and Olynthus (c. 450-350 BCE)

10/20: Olynthus (c. 450-350 BCE)

10/25: Republican Rome (c. 600-200 BCE)

10/27: Pompeii (c. 100 BCE-79 CE)

THE CLASSICAL WORLD AS IMPERIAL PROJECT

11/1: Faces of power: Alexander, Pompey, Caesar (60-50 BCE)

11/3: From Octavian to Augustus (c. 40-10 BCE)

11/8: From Augustus to Vespasian (c. 10 BCE-70 CE)

11/10: Vespasian, Titus, Domitian (c. 70-96 CE)

11/15: Trajan to Marcus Aurelius (c. 98-190 CE)

11/17: ** IN-CLASS SLIDE QUIZ #3 ** 

11/22: No Class

11/29: Septimius Severus to Constantine (c. 200-315 CE)

THE END OF THE CLASSICAL WORLD

12/1: Constantine and Constantinople: the end of the classical city

12/6: Constantinople and the Piazza Armerina: the end of the classical city and house

12/8: Jerusalem, the Paneion, and Petra: the end of the classical sanctuary

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