Classical Archaeology

Classical Archaeology
Major excavations and antiquities of the Mediterranean region illustrating Greco-Roman history.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 ProgramsContaining CL CV 310
Course Outcomes

Knowledge of the History of Classical Archaeology

Through studying the history of Classical archaeology, from the 18th Century to the present, successful students will develop a greater understanding of how the study of Greek and Roman cultures have shaped modern European and American culture.

Working with the Artifacts of Classical Culture

Where appropriate, students will have opportunities to participate in archaeological excavation, preservation, and restoration and to demonstrate the skills required to excavate, preserve, and restore Classical artifacts.

Evaluating the Artifacts of Classical Culture

Through assigned readings, classroom discussion and written papers, successful students will demonstrate their ability to evaluate museum artifacts and archaeological data intelligently.