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Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies, Faculty of Arts

AMNE: Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies


  1. AMNE 101 (3) Greek and Latin Roots of English

    Greek and Latin roots of English vocabulary and grammar, with an introduction to language history and Greek and Roman culture. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 101 or AMNE 101.

  2. AMNE 151 (3) Greek and Roman Mythology

    Greek and Roman mythology and its interpretation. Emphasis on ancient texts read in English translation. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 105 or AMNE 151.

  3. AMNE 160 (3) Introduction to Religions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam

    An overview of the foundational texts, histories, and contemporary expressions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Key concepts and approaches used in the study of religion. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 101, AMNE 160, or RGST 160.

    Equivalency: RGST 160.

  4. AMNE 170 (3) Temples, Tombs, and Tyrants: The Archaeology of the Middle East, Greece, and Rome

    The rise of civilizations, cultural interconnections, and power dynamics in the ancient Middle East (including Egypt), Greece, and Rome (10,000 BCE - 300 CE). Archaeological methods and interpretation, and analysis of ancient artifacts in UBC collections. Credit will be granted for only one of CNRS 104 or AMNE 170.

  5. AMNE 200 (3) Approaching the Ancient Mediterranean & Near East

    Orientation to the peoples, places, and traditions of the ancient Mediterranean and Near East, and to analyzing different forms of source material (historical, literary, archaeological) from different perspectives.

  6. AMNE 215 (3) Ancient Greece

    A survey of the ancient Greek world from the Minoan and Mycenaean (about 2000-1000 BCE) to the Hellenistic Period (323-30 BCE). Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 231 or AMNE 215.

  7. AMNE 216 (3) Ancient Rome

    A survey of the ancient Roman world from the foundation of the city to the death of Constantine. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 232 or AMNE 216.

  8. AMNE 225 (3) Gladiators, Games, and Spectacle in the Greek and Roman World

    History, development, and social function of various forms of spectacle in ancient Greece and Rome, from the Olympic games to the Roman arena. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 260 or AMNE 225.

  9. AMNE 235 (3) Greek Philosophy I

    The Pre-Socratics; Socrates; Sophists; Plato. Recommended as preparation for AMNE 236/PHIL 212 and PHIL 310. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 211, AMNE 235 or PHIL 211.

    Equivalency: PHIL 211.

  10. AMNE 236 (3) Greek Philosophy II

    Aristotle; selections from Hellenistic and Late Antique Philosophy. Recommended as preparation for PHIL 310 and PHIL 311. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 212, AMNE 236 or PHIL 212.

    Equivalency: PHIL 212.

  11. AMNE 251 (3) Near Eastern and Biblical Mythology

    An introduction to the world of Near Eastern mythology, from the Gilgamesh Epic to the Book of Genesis and beyond. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 201 or AMNE 251.

  12. AMNE 260 (3) Scriptures of the Near East

    An introduction to the scriptures of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 203 or AMNE 260.

  13. AMNE 261 (3) Eden to Exile: Introduction to the Hebrew Bible

    An overview of the Hebrew Bible ("Old Testament"), with emphasis on its ancient Near Eastern context; its competing religious perspectives; and its limits as a historical source. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 209 or AMNE 261.

  14. AMNE 262 (3) Introduction to Judaism and its Texts

    What is Judaism? An overview of the key texts that have defined the Jewish religion, from the Hebrew Bible through works of contemporary thinkers. Recommended as a basis for upper-level courses in religious studies. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 206 or AMNE 262.

  15. AMNE 264 (3) The New Testament and Early Christianity

    The origins of Christianity as reflected in the New Testament and contemporaneous literature. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 316, AMNE 264, or AMNE 367.

  16. AMNE 265 (3) History of Christianity to 800 CE

    An introduction to the history of Christianity from its origins with Jesus through the coronation of Charlemagne as Roman Emperor in 800 CE.

  17. AMNE 278 (3) The Archaeology of Life and Death in the Roman Empire

    The lives of non-elite individuals and groups living under the Roman Empire, seen through material evidence and its interpretation. Identity, urbanism, economy, agriculture, diet, religion, "Romanization," and burial. CNRS 104, AMNE 170 or ARCL 203 recommended as preparation. Credit will be granted for only one of CNRS 206 or AMNE 278.

  18. AMNE 279 (3) Byzantium: Arts of an Empire

    Art, architecture, and material culture of the Byzantine Empire situated in the eastern Mediterranean (c. 300-1453); focus on social and cultural contexts of artistic production, including interactions with neighboring cultures. Credit will be granted for only one of CNRS 207, AMNE 279 or ARTH 210.

    Equivalency: ARTH 210.

  19. AMNE 300 (3) Uses and Abuses of Antiquity

    Modern receptions and engagements with literature, history, philosophy, religion, archaeology, and art of the ancient Mediterranean and Near East with a focus on public writing.

    Prerequisite: Second-year standing or higher. AMNE 200 is recommended.

  20. AMNE 301 (3) The Technical Terms of Medicine and Biological Science

    Acquaints the student with the Greek and Latin elements from which most specialized terms of modern medicine are constructed. Intended primarily for students planning to enter the medical, pharmaceutical, or biological sciences. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 301 or AMNE 301.

  21. AMNE 306 (3) Ancient Technology: Greece and Rome

    The origins, achievements, and social impacts of applied technology in the Greek and Roman world from the Bronze Age to Late Antiquity (c. 1500 BCE - 400 CE), with special attention to archaeological evidence. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 306 or AMNE 306.

  22. AMNE 311 (3) Prehistoric Egypt

    A survey of the development and evolution of prehistoric humans and their material culture in Egypt from the Lower Paleolithic to the Chalcolithic. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 311 or AMNE 311.

  23. AMNE 312 (3) History of Ancient Egypt

    History and culture of Ancient Egyptian civilization from political, intellectual, social and environmental perspectives. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 303 or AMNE 312.

  24. AMNE 314 (3) Early Empires of the Ancient Middle East

    A history from 3100-333 BC with emphasis on Mesopotamia. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 301 or AMNE 314.

  25. AMNE 316 (3) The Athenians and their Empire

    The sources (literary, epigraphical and other) for Athens' emergence as one of the two leading city-states in late archaic and classical Greece and the stages by which her empire grew. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 355 or AMNE 316.

    Prerequisite: One of CLST 231, AMNE 215.

  26. AMNE 317 (3) Alexander the Great and his Empire

    The rise of Macedon under Philip II leading to its domination of Greece and the overthrow of the Persian Empire by his son, Alexander; the subsequent spread of Greek civilization in the East. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 356 or AMNE 317.

    Prerequisite: One of CLST 231, AMNE 215.

  27. AMNE 318 (3) The Roman Republic

    Rome from the foundation to the Augustan settlement. Constitutional development; the workings and failure of the Republican political system; acquisition and growth of Empire; the political, social, and economic consequences of imperialism. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 352 or AMNE 318.

    Prerequisite: One of CLST 232, AMNE 216.

  28. AMNE 319 (3) The Early Roman Empire

    Roman imperial history during the Julio-Claudian and Flavian periods (30 BC-96 AD). Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 353 or AMNE 319.

    Prerequisite: One of CLST 232, AMNE 216.

  29. AMNE 320 (3-6) d Topics in Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern History and Culture

    Selected topics in the history and culture of the ancient Mediterranean, Near East and/or Egypt.

  30. AMNE 323 (3) Slavery in the Ancient Greek and Roman World

    The study and history of slavery in the Greek and Roman worlds as a political, legal, economic, social, and cultural phenomenon. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 320 or AMNE 323.

  31. AMNE 324 (3) Women in the Bronze Age, Classical Greek and Hellenistic Cultures

    The images projected in mythology, literature, and art are compared with realities of women's lives insofar as they can be reconstructed from historical, legal, and archaeological records. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 311 or AMNE 324.

  32. AMNE 325 (3) Women in the Roman World of Republican and Imperial Times

    Women in the Roman world in the culture of the Republic and the Empire. Literary, artistic, and mythological sources are compared and contrasted to historical, legal, and archaeological records. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 312 or AMNE 325.

  33. AMNE 326 (3) Ancient Greek Warfare

    Ancient Greek methods and tactics of war plus underlying social, religious and philosophical concepts relating to warfare, through sources in translation. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 329 or AMNE 326.

  34. AMNE 327 (3) The Roman Army

    Rome's military from the early Republic to the Imperial period. Topics range from those of a military nature such as equipment and strategy to social topics such as policing and marriage of soldiers. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 319 or AMNE 327.

  35. AMNE 331 (3) Jewish Law

    History, sources, theoretical issues and current state of research about early Jewish legal traditions, focusing on close readings of classic primary texts in English translations. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 335 or AMNE 331.

  36. AMNE 332 (3) Greek Law

    The study of Greek legal theory, practice, and institutions from their origin in self-help, through the early lawgivers and their codes, to the developed system of Athens in the fifth and fourth centuries. A variety of test cases from the works of the Greek orators will be explored. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 307 or AMNE 332.

  37. AMNE 333 (3) Roman Law

    The development of Roman private law during the classical period with special attention to family law, contract and delict. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 308 or AMNE 333.

  38. AMNE 340 (3-6) d Topics in Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Literature and Ideas

    Selected topics in the literature, ideas, and arts of the ancient Mediterranean, Near East and/or Egypt.

  39. AMNE 341 (3) Sex, Lies, and Violence in the Hebrew Bible

    An exploration of the Bible's "dark side," with emphasis on texts that center on sex, deceit, and murder. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 307 or AMNE 341.

  40. AMNE 342 (3) Translating the Bible

    Key issues involved in translating the Bible, with attention to gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, religion, and colonialism.

  41. AMNE 345 (3) Greek Epic

    Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, in translation. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 313 or AMNE 345.

    Prerequisite: Second-year standing or above.

  42. AMNE 346 (3) Latin Epic

    The development of the epic genre in Latin, with detailed study of Vergil's Aeneid, Ovid's Metamorphoses, and Lucan's Civil War, in translation. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 314 or AMNE 346.

    Prerequisite: Second-year standing or above.

  43. AMNE 347 (3) Classical Comedy

    The plays of the Greek and Roman comic dramatists: Aristophanes, Menander, Plautus and Terence, in translation. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 318 or AMNE 347.

    Prerequisite: Second-year standing or above.

  44. AMNE 348 (3) Classical Tragedy

    The plays of the Greek and Roman tragic dramatists, in translation. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 317 or AMNE 348. Recommended pre-requisite: One of CLST 105, AMNE 151. Restricted to students with second year standing or higher.

  45. AMNE 351 (3) Religion in Ancient Egypt

    A survey of the religious beliefs, cults, and religious institutions in Pharaonic Egypt. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 312 or AMNE 351.

  46. AMNE 355 (3) Greek Religion

    A survey of both traditional and exoteric religious practices from the Archaic to the Hellenistic period. Some knowledge of ancient Greece is recommended. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 333 or AMNE 355.

  47. AMNE 356 (3) Roman Religion

    Roman religions between the ninth century BCE and the fourth century CE, including mystery religions, magic, emperor worship, and early Christianity, with particular attention devoted to the primary sources. Some knowledge of ancient Rome is recommended. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 334 or AMNE 356.

  48. AMNE 360 (3-6) d Topics in Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Religion

    Selected topics on the religions of the ancient Mediterranean, Near East and/or Egypt.

  49. AMNE 361 (3) The Origins of Judaism

    Surveys the history of Jews and Judaism in the Second Temple era, from the destruction of the First Jerusalem Temple (586 B.C.E.) to the beginnings of the rabbinic movement (200 C.E.). Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 330 or AMNE 361.

  50. AMNE 363 (3) Talmud, Midrash and the Rabbinic Imagination

    The Talmud, Midrash, and other late-antique (3rd - 7th centuries) rabbinic writings, focusing on biblical interpretation and narratives. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 308 or AMNE 363.

  51. AMNE 364 (3) Magic, Prophecy, and Divination in the Biblical World

    Textual, contextual, and comparative exploration of the reciprocal relations between gods and people in the Hebrew Bible, Near Eastern ritual texts, and ancient experience. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 305 or AMNE 364.

  52. AMNE 366 (3) The Origins of Christianity

    The origins of Christianity as reflected in early Christian literature of the first and early second centuries (including the New Testament). Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 317 or AMNE 366.

  53. AMNE 368 (3) Paul and the Making of Christianity

    Study of the controversial figure of Paul of Tarsus: his writings, impact, and reception, with attention to the contexts of ancient Judaism and the Roman Empire. AMNE 264 or previous experience reading the New Testament is recommended. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 415, AMNE 368, or AMNE 464.

  54. AMNE 369 (3) Jesus: Between History and Literature

    The figure of Jesus, his teachings, and his reception through literary and contextual analysis of the canonical and apocryphal gospels. Recommended: AMNE 264 or previous experience reading the New Testament. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 414, AMNE 369, or AMNE 463.

  55. AMNE 370 (3-6) d Topics in Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Archaelogy

    Selected topics on the art, archaeology and/or architecture of the ancient Mediterranean, Near East and/or Egypt.

  56. AMNE 371 (3) Ancient Egypt: The Archaeology of the Land of the Pharaohs

    The material remains of the ancient Egyptians from monumental tombs and temples to the artifacts of daily life; the development of Egyptian civilization from the rise of the first rulers to its incorporation into the Roman Empire. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 304, AMNE 371 or ARTH 325.

    Equivalency: ARTH 325.

  57. AMNE 372 (3) The Archaeology of Ancient Iraq and Syria: Babylon and Beyond

    An overview of the archaeology of the ancient Near East, with special emphasis on the civilizations of Mesopotamia, from the appearance of the first cities (c. 3400 BCE) to the end of the Persian period (c. 330 BCE). AMNE 170 recommended as preparation. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 319, AMNE 372 or ARTH 319.

    Equivalency: ARTH 319.

  58. AMNE 373 (3) Archaeology and the Bible

    The impact of archaeological research on understanding the history and religion of ancient Israel. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 306 or AMNE 373.

  59. AMNE 376 (3) Greek Art and Architecture

    The visual culture of the ancient Greek world in the second and first millennia BCE, especially from c. 1000 to 30 BCE. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 331, AMNE 376 or ARTH 331.

    Equivalency: ARTH 331.

  60. AMNE 377 (3) Roman Art and Architecture

    The visual culture of the ancient Roman world from the 8th century BCE to the 4th century CE. Credit will be granted for only one of CLST 332, AMNE 377 or ARTH 332.

    Equivalency: ARTH 332.

  61. AMNE 379 (3) Art and the Religious Transformation of the Late Roman Empire

    Visual culture and religious diversity of the Late Roman Empire (2nd-7th c.); social, political, and religious contexts of art, including diverse viewing practices and cultural frameworks. Credit will be granted for only one of CNRS 333, AMNE 379 or ARTH 310.

    Equivalency: ARTH 310.

  62. AMNE 381 (3) Theories of Myth

    Origins, nature, and transmission of myth in the Western tradition, with particular attention devoted to the interpretation of myth from ancient times up to the present. Some background in myth is recommended. Credit will be granted for only one of CNRS 370 or AMNE 381.

  63. AMNE 382 (3) Egyptomania

    The adaptation and appropriation of ancient Egypt in ancient and modern art, architecture, film, and music; the development of Egyptology since the 19th century. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 318 or AMNE 382.

  64. AMNE 383 (3) Modern Jewish Ethics in Historical Perspective

    Readings from key texts in English translation, tracing how Jewish approaches to ethical issues evolved from biblical times to the present. Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 313 or AMNE 383.

  65. AMNE 391 (3) Introduction to Middle Egyptian

    Language of Ancient Egypt and the main literary texts composed during the Middle Kingdom. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 313 or AMNE 391.

  66. AMNE 392 (3) Introduction to Akkadian

    The basic grammar and introduction to the cuneiform writing system of the Akkadian language of the Ancient Near East. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 315 or AMNE 392.

  67. AMNE 393 (3) Introduction to Coptic

    An introduction to Coptic, the language of Christian Egypt from 100 AD. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 317 or AMNE 393.

  68. AMNE 394 (3) Introduction to Aramaic

    Basics of Imperial Aramaic grammar and vocabulary, with readings from biblical and other ancient sources from the eastern Mediterranean and Southwest and Central Asia.

  69. AMNE 395 (3-6) d Practicum in Ancient Mediterranean or Near Eastern Archaeology

    Training in excavation techniques and interpretation through participation in the excavation of a Greek, Roman, or Near Eastern site in Europe or the Middle East. The minimum length of the course is three weeks; it may be repeated once. A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 395 and CNRS 335. Students should consult the AMNE Undergraduate Advisor before registering.

  70. AMNE 420 (3-12) d Seminar in Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern History and Culture

    Selected topics in the history and culture of the ancient Mediterranean, Near East and/or Egypt, with an emphasis on research. A maximum of 12 credits will be granted for AMNE 420 and CLST 401. Students should consult the AMNE Undergraduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  71. AMNE 440 (3-12) d Seminar in Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Literature and Ideas

    Selected topics in the literature, ideas, and arts of the ancient Mediterranean, Near East and/or Egypt, with an emphasis on research. A maximum of 12 credits will be granted for AMNE 440 and CLST 402. Students should consult the AMNE Undergraduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  72. AMNE 441 (3-6) d Literature of Ancient Egypt or the Ancient Near East

    Topics in the main genres and texts of Egyptian and/or Ancient Near Eastern Literature and their modern interpretation. A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 441, NEST 401, NEST 505, and AMNE 541. Students should consult the AMNE Undergraduate Advisor before registering.

  73. AMNE 461 (3-6) d Seminar in Biblical Studies

    Selected topics in biblical and related texts. A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 461 or RELG 475. Students should consult the AMNE Undergraduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  74. AMNE 462 (3-6) Seminar in Early Judaism

    Selected topics in Judaism and Hellenism, the rise of the synagogue, Jewish sects, the development of classical rabbinic literature (e.g., Mishnah, Talmud, Midrash). A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 462 or RELG 407. Students should consult the AMNE Undergraduate Advisor before registering.

  75. AMNE 470 (3-12) d Seminar in Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Archaeology

    Selected topics in the art, archaeology and/or architecture of the ancient Mediterranean, Near East and/or Egypt, with an emphasis on research. A maximum of 12 credits will be granted for AMNE 470 and CLST 403. Students should consult the AMNE Undergraduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  76. AMNE 471 (3-6) d The Archaeology of Urbanism

    Selected topics on the origins, development, and material manifestations of urbanism in the ancient Mediterranean, Near East and/or Egypt. A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 471, NEST 402, AMNE 571 and NEST 506. Students should consult the AMNE Undergraduate Advisor before registering.

  77. AMNE 472 (3) The Archaeology of Ancient Cyprus

    An overview of the archaeology of ancient Cyprus from the island's initial colonization in the 10th millennium BCE through the period of its rule as part of the Roman Empire (4th century CE). Credit will be granted for only one of CNRS 410 or AMNE 472.

  78. AMNE 480 (3-12) d Seminar in the Reception of the Ancient Mediterranean and Near East

    Selected topics in the reception of the ancient Mediterranean, Near Eastern and/or Egyptian cultures from their own times to the present, with an emphasis on research. A maximum of 12 credits will be granted for AMNE 480 and CLST 404. Students should consult the AMNE Undergraduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  79. AMNE 499 (6) Honours Essay

    Credit will be granted for only one of CNRS 449 or AMNE 499. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  80. AMNE 500 (3-6) d Pro-Seminar in Ancient Mediterranean Studies: Selected Topics

    A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 500 or CNRS 500. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  81. AMNE 501 (3-6) d Topics in Egyptology

    A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 501 or NEST 503. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. Credit will be granted for only one of NEST 503 or AMNE 501. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  82. AMNE 525 (3-6) d Topics in Greek History and Culture

    This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  83. AMNE 527 (3-6) d Topics in Roman History and Culture

    This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  84. AMNE 530 (3-12) d Topics in Law and Society

    A maximum of 12 credits will be granted for AMNE 530 or CNRS 502. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  85. AMNE 540 (3-12) d Topics in Literature, Art and Society

    A maximum of 12 credits will be granted for AMNE 540 or CNRS 503. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  86. AMNE 541 (3-6) d Literature of Ancient Egypt or the Ancient Near East

    Topics in the main genres and texts of Egyptian and/or Ancient Near Eastern Literature and their modern interpretation. A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 541, NEST 505, AMNE 441 or NEST 401. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  87. AMNE 560 (3-12) d Topics in Religion

    A maximum of 12 credits will be granted for AMNE 560 or CNRS 504. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  88. AMNE 561 (3-6) d Topics in Biblical Studies

    A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 561 or RELG 500. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  89. AMNE 562 (3-6) d Topics in Early Judaism

    Studies in the texts (in translation), history, and religious thought of Judaism after the close of the Biblical Period. A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 562 or RELG 502. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  90. AMNE 563 (3-6) d Topics in Early Christianity

    Selected topics pertaining to the literature, history, and material culture of Christians from the first century CE through late antiquity. A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 563 or RELG 503. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  91. AMNE 571 (3-6) d The Archaeology of Urbanism

    Selected topics on the origins, development, and material manifestations of urbanism in the ancient Mediterranean, Near East and/or Egypt. A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 571, NEST 506, AMNE 471 or NEST 402. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  92. AMNE 572 (3-6) d Topics in Near Eastern Archaeology

    A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 572 or NEST 500. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  93. AMNE 575 (3-6) d Topics in Greek Archaeology

    A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 575 or CLST 518. Students should consult with the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  94. AMNE 576 (3-6) d Topics in Greek Regional Archaeology

    Study of a particular area, e.g., Ionia, Sicily, Southern Italy. A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 576 or CLST 511. Students should consult with the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  95. AMNE 577 (3-6) d Topics in Roman Archaeology

    A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 577 or CLST 519. Students should consult with the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  96. AMNE 578 (3-6) d Topics in Roman Provincial Archaeology

    Study of a particular area, e.g., Gaul, Britain, Asia Minor. A maximum of 6 credits will be granted for AMNE 578 or CLST 512. Students should consult with the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  97. AMNE 581 (3) Theory and Method in the Study of Religion

    Credit will be granted for only one of RELG 531 or AMNE 581. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  98. AMNE 590 (3-12) d Topics in Identity

    A maximum of 12 credits will be granted for AMNE 590 or CNRS 505. Students should consult the AMNE Graduate Advisor before registering. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  99. AMNE 591 (3-6) d Ancient Mediterranean or Near Eastern Language Studies

    This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  100. AMNE 595 (3) Practicum in Ancient Mediterranean or Near Eastern Archaeology

    Training in excavation techniques and interpretation through participation in the excavation of a Greek, Roman, or Near Eastern site in Europe or the Middle East. The minimum length of the course is three weeks. Credit will be granted for only one of CNRS 535 or AMNE 595. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  101. AMNE 599 (6) Master's Thesis

    Credit will be granted for only one of CNRS 549 or AMNE 599. This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

  102. AMNE 699 (0) Doctoral Dissertation

    This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.


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