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CL 100: Greek Civilization
An introduction to the life, society and culture of the ancient Greeks. 
Professors: Vaio, J
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CL 101: Roman Civilization
An introduction to the life, society and culture of the ancient Romans. 
Professors: Ros, K
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CL 102: Introduction to Classical Literature
The main literary forms of Classical Antiquity: epic, tragedy, comedy, the philosophical dialogue, history. 
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CL 103: Introduction to Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology
Contributions of archaeological excavations to the study of ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt and the Near East; architecture, painting, and sculpture in their social and historical contexts. 
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CL 120: Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
Introduction to issues and methods of philosophy through engagement with classic Greek and Roman texts (read in translation). Individual and Society, and Past course.
Professors: Crews-Anderson, T; Meinwald, C
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CL 201: Classical Etymology in the Life Sciences
The structure and formation of technical terms used in the health sciences, based on roots and elements from Greek and Latin. 
Professors: Kershaw, A
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CL 204: Greek Art and Archaeology
Contributions of archaeological excavations to the study of ancient Greece, 600 BC to 31 BC. Architecture, sculpture and painting in their social and historical contexts. 
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CL 205: Roman Art and Archaeology
Contributions of archaeological excavations to the study of ancient Rome and her empire 1000 BC-400 AD. Architecture, sculpture and painting in their social and historical contexts. 
Professors: Tobin, J
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CL 208: Greek Mythology
Intensive study of the gods and heroic sagas of the Greeks, through original sources in translation. 
Professors: Marinatos, O
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CL 211: Gender and Sexual Orientation in Greek and Roman Literature
Ancient perceptions of gender roles and sexual orientation as they appear in the major authors of Greece and Rome. 
Professors: Kershaw, A
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