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HIS 270 - The Classical Heritage of Greece and Rome


▲ = Fulfills a General Education Requirement
This course is an introduction to classical Greek and Roman history. Topics include the rise of the Greek city-states, the Trojan War, the political influence of Sparta and Athens, the Greco-Persian relationship, and the Peloponnesian War. Students will also consider the historical significance of Alexander the Great, the rise and fall of the Roman Republic, and the spread of empire during Rome’s imperial stage. The course will conclude with a look at Roman culture in the second millennium and the rise of Christian Europe in the fourth century B.C.E.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 097 , if required 
3 lecture hours per week
3 credit hours



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