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4/19/11 Intro. to Rome I. The Republic
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4/19/11 Scheduled for this unit: Our study of ancient Rome concentrates on its Classical period, which is roughly the first century BCE and the first century CE, and its Late Classical period, which lasts until the fall of Rome in the 500s. Week of March 28 ▪ Introduction to Classical Rome ▪ Roman historians: excerpts from historians Polybius, Livy, and Pliny the Elder Week of April 4 ▪ Architecture and monuments of Classical Rome ▪ Roman poetry: poems by Lucretius, Propertius, Ovid, and Virgil Week of April 11 ▪ Roman poetry: Virgil’s Aeneid , Books I and II Week of April 18 ▪ Roman poetry: Virgil, The Aeneid , Books IV and VI Week of April 25 ▪ Roman philosophy and religion: excerpts from Epictetus and Marcus Aurelius; Gospel of Matthew Week of May 2 ▪ Architecture and monuments of Late Classical and Christian Rome ▪ early medieval institutions: The Rule of St. Benedict
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4/19/11 Carthag e
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4/19/11 Republican Rome Rome : 509 BCE – 476 CE
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course ANTHROPOLO 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Colorado Technical University.

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