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CLAS 100: ELEMENTARY GREEK I
Fundamentals of both classical and koine (New Testament) Greek; developing reading comprehension. Credit not given for both G100 and G301. I Sem.
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CLAS 101: ANCIENT GREEK CULTURE
Examination and evaluation of the ideas of the Greeks as reflected in their traditions and way of life and in their intellectual and artistic achievements. Selection from general works and Greek authors in English translation. I Sem.
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CLAS 102: ROMAN CULTURE
Examination and evaluation of the Romans as reflected in their traditions and way of life and in their intellectual and artistic achievements. Major topics: the person (rights, restrictions, environment), society and politics, intellectual and spiritual life. II Sem.
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CLAS 150: ELEMENTARY LATIN II
Fundamentals of the language; develops direct reading comprehension of Latin. Credit not given for both L150 and L300. II Sem.
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CLAS 200: INTERMEDIATE GREEK
Reading from the New Testament and such authors as Aesop and Plato. Review of syntax and grammar. Credit not given for both G200 and G302. I Sem.
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CLAS 205: CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY
Introduction to Greek and Roman myths, legends, and tales, especially those that have an important place in the Western cultural tradition. I Sem., II Sem.
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CLAS 209: MED TERMS FROM GREEK & LATIN
Basic vocabulary of some 1,000 words, together with materials for formation of compounds, enables the student to build a working vocabulary of several thousand words. Designed for those intending to specialize in medicine, nursing, dentistry, or microbiology. Does not count towar...
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CLAS 250: SECOND-YEAR LATIN II
Reading from Virgil's Aeneid with examination of the epic as a whole. Prosody of dactylic hexameter and study of poetic devices. Grammar review. Credit not given for both L250 and L400. II Sem.
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CLAS 300: INTEN INTRO CLAS/MEDIEVAL LATIN
A rapid survey of fundamentals designed, with L400, to help students develop the ability to read Latin readily. Not open to undergraduate students with credit in any college Latin course. No credit given to students who have passed L100 or L150.
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CLAS 308: CAESAR
Readings from Caesar's De Bello Gallico and De Bello Civili with emphasis on syntax as well as a discussion of political background and Caesar as a cultural figure.
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