Introduction to classical archaeology

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Introduction to Classical Archaeology Classics 103 Dr. Tuck Herter 541 classical.arch103@gmail
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Readings All of our readings will be available through the course’s SPARK site You don’t need to buy anything In return for this amazing generosity, I expect you’ll actually read these articles
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Suggested General Texts: William Biers, The Archaeology of Greece: An Introduction (Cornell, 1996). Jeffery Hurwit, The Acropolis in the Age of Pericles (Cambridge, 2004). R. Ross Holloway, A View of Greek Art (HarperCollins, 1975) Nancy & Andrew Ramage, Roman Art : Romulus to Constantine (Prentice Hall, 2000)
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What is Classical Archaeology? Traditionally, the Material Culture of Ancient Greece and Italy So what is Material Culture?
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UNESCO US/Italy MOU
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Material Culture Physical Evidence of Human Activity: Activities motivated by Economics Aesthetics Politics Technology & Production
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The Kroisos Kouros Found near the Anavyssos River in Attica Generally dated to around 540 BCE
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Archaeology begins with your eyes What is this? What you see
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