By the end of this course students should:
1. have a basic understanding of the history and cultures of ancient Greece and Rome.
2. better comprehend the challenges and difficulties facing the historian in attempting to piece together this very complex period of history.
3. have improved their academic skills in the areas of critical analysis, writing, oral communication.
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~If an absence is not excused, late work is penalized 10% per day.
~In class work/assignments: If an absence is not excused, these assignments cannot be made up
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