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17B :  Introduction to the Archaeology of the Roman World
Course Catalog No: 31420
200 Wheeler
TTh
J. Theodore Pena
11:00 -12:30

This course provides a broad-based introduction to the archaeology of the ancient Romans from Rome’s origins in the Iron Age down to the disintegration of the Roman empire in the sixth century A.D. It aims to familiarize students with the more significant archaeological sites, monuments, artifact classes and works of art relating to the Roman world, and to introduce them to the important research questions in Roman archaeology and the methods that archaeologists employ to investigate these.