|(3 cr.) This course examines the political, social
and intellectual or cultural history of the
ancient Greek world, with special focus on the
period from the 8th century renaissance depicted
in Homer, through the emergence and growth of
city states such as Sparta and Athens, and ending
with the 4th century transformation of the
Mediterranean world by Alexander the Great.
Emphasis is placed on the study of both
literary sources, such as Herodotus, Thucydides,
and Greek tragedians, and material sources, such
as the Parthenon and red and black pottery.
Prerequisite: 1 group; one course from HS level 200; Every Other Year, Fall|