Classical Studies Distribution Course Lists

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History, Literature, or Philosophy of the Ancient Greco-Roman World

CL C 30233
CL C 3033Latin Literature in English Translation3
CL C 3053Origins of Christianity: Jesus to Augustine3
CL C 3113Gods and Heroes of Ancient Epic3
CL C 3123Ancient Drama in English Translation3
CL C 3133Plato and the Platonic Tradition3
CL C 3163Visions of Heaven and Hell: Virgil, Dante, and Milton3
CL C 3403Law and Justice3
CL C 3803The World of Late Antiquity: From Rome to Baghdad3
LAT 3113Advanced Prose: Cicero, Pliny the Elder, Pliny the Younger3
LAT 3213Vergil3
LAT 4133Historians: Livy, Tacitus, Caesar, Sallust3
LAT 4213Latin Lyric Poetry3
GRK 3113Advanced Prose3
GRK 3213Ancient Greek Drama3
GRK 4133Historians: Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon3

Culture of the Ancient Greco-Roman World

CL C 3183Hellas, the Civilization of Ancient Greece3
CL C 3213Classical Art & Archaeology: Greek Art to the Death of Alexander3
CL C 3223Classical Art & Archaeology: Hellenistic Greek Art; Roman Art3
CL C 3233The Roman Forum and its Monuments3
CL C 3403Law and Justice3
CL C 3283Roma: The Civilization of Ancient Rome3
CL C 3183Hellas, the Civilization of Ancient Greece3
CL C 3510Selected Topics in Classical Culture2-3
LTRS 3023Classical Italy and Umbria3

Perception of the Ancient Greco-Roman World in the Modern World

CL C 3613Classical Influence on Modern Literature3
LTRS 3113The Examined Life I: Antiquity3
LTRS 3123The Examined Life II: Middle Ages and Renaissance3
LTRS 3133Examined Life III: Enlightnmnt3
LTRS 3143Examined Life IV: Modern Acad3
LTRS 3203Revenge Tragedy, Ancient and Modern3
LTRS 3213Shakespeare and Classical Mythology3
LTRS 3803Fate & The Individual in European Literature I3