CAS AR230 Lecture Powerpoints

1/22: Troy: the story and the site (c. 1600-1200 BCE)

1/27: *** SNOW DAY ***

1/29: Mycenaean Greece: Shaft Graves (c. 1650-1500 BCE)

2/3: Mycenaean Greece: Shaft Graves and Tholoi (c. 1500-1250 BCE)

2/5: Mycenaean Greece: Tholoi and Palaces (c. 1300-1200 BCE)

2/10: *** SNOW DAY ***

2/12: The End of the Bronze Age (c. 1200-1100 BCE)

2/19: Nichoria (c. 900-750 BCE)

2/24: Zagora and Ephesos (c. 800-700 BCE)

2/26: Perachora and Geometric Athens (c. 800-700 BCE)

3/3: Archaic and Democratic Athens (c. 700-450 BCE)

3/5: Democratic Athens and Olynthus (c. 450-350 BCE)

3/17: Olynthus and Republican Rome (c. 800-200 BCE)

3/19: Republican Rome (c. 600 – 200 BCE)

3/24: Republican Rome and Pompeii, part 1 (c. 100 BCE – 79 CE)

3/26: Pompeii, part 2 (c. 100 BCE – 79 CE)

3/31: Faces of Power: Pompey, Caesar, Octavian (60-30 BCE)

4/2: Augustus (c. 30 BCE -14 CE)

4/7: Augustus to Nero (c. 2 BCE-68 CE)

4/9: Vespasian (c. 69-79 CE)

4/14: Domitian and Trajan (81-120 CE)

4/16: Marcus Aurelius to Septimius Severus (c. 170-197 CE)

4/21: Septimius Severus to Constantine (c. 197-315 CE)

4/23: Constantinople: the end of the classical city

4/28: Piazza Armerina, and the end of the classical house (c. 320 CE)

4/30: Jerusalem, the Paneion, and Petra, and the end of the classical sanctuary (c. 10-500 CE)

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