2010-2011 Academic Catalog 
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2010-2011 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ARTH 111 - Roman Art and Architecture

Type of Course: Lecture, Discussions
Surveys artistic and architectural accomplishments of ancient Rome and the Roman Empire, beginning with the origins of Rome in Bronze Age central Italy. Studies Roman relations with Etruscans, Greeks and other non-Latin-speaking peoples as manifested in Roman art and architecture. Examines effects of Judaeo-Christian values on the formerly pagan Empire, appearance of a Christian Roman government and development of distinctively Christian forms of Roman art and architecture.

Cross Listed: CLAS 111 

Instructor: Mr. Burke

When Offered: Offered periodically

Faculty: Paul Burke, Ph.D. Professor of Classics Adjunct Professor of History