Schedule

 



Not to know what took place before you were born is to remain forever a child' (Cicero)



Pompeii, @c.corning

 

Week 1: pp. 29-33
Stp 1 Introduction; Minoans
Spt 3  Mycenaeans, Dark Age

Week 2: pp. 65-83
Spt 8  Dark Age and Archaeic Greece
Spt 10 
Archaeic Greece and Sparta, Discussion 1: Sparta

Week 3: pp. 83-95
Spt 15  Athens, Persian War
Spt 17  Persian War

Week 4: pp. 96-100, 102-112
Spt 22  Daily Life; Discussion 2: Life in Athens
Spt 24  Daily Life, Peloponnesian War

Week 5: pp. 112-118
Spt 29  Peloponnesian War; Discussion 3: Democracy and Empire
Oct 1  Greek Philosophy

Week 6: pp. 100-102, 117-126
Oct 6   Greek Philosophy; Discussion 4: Socrates and Propaganda
Oct 8   Changes in Greece; Rise of Macedonia

Week 7: pp. 126-138
Oct 13  Alexander the Great
Oct 15  Alexander the Great; Hellenistic Culture; Greek Sources Paper DUE

Week 8: pp. 141-167
Oct 20  Etruscans
Oct 22  Early Republic

Week 9: pp. 168-184
Oct 27  Punic Wars; Exam DUE
Oct 29  Growing problems

Week 10: pp. 184-207
Nov 3   Civil War Discussion 5: Death Penalty
Nov 5   Fall of the Republic

Week 11: pp. 208-236
Nov 10  Pompeii and Roman Culture; Discussion 6: Life in Rome
Nov 12  Early Empire

Week 12: pp. 236-252
Nov 17  Later Emperors; Roman Army and the Provinces; Discussion 7: Pagan Religion
Nov 19  Roman Religion; Early Christianity  

Week 13252-265
Nov 24  Persecution; Challenges to Early Christianity
Nov 26  No Class

Week 14: pp. 265-281
Dec 1 Third Century Crisis; Diocletian and Constantine
Dec 3   Change in the Church Timeline Assignment DUE

Week 15281-296
Dec 8   Barbarian Invasions; Discussion 8: Church in the 4th Century
Dec 10   Late Imperial Rome

 

Final Exam Thursday, 17 December, 12:45

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