CL200: THE CLASSICAL WORLD
 
 
MARCH
1 GREEK PHILOSOPHY 
Gonzalez 
READ: Plato, Symposium
3 GREEK PHILOSOPHY 
Gonzalez
5 GREEK PHILOSOPHY 
Gonzalez 
TAKE-HOME MIDTERM ASSIGNED
8 GREEK MATHEMATICS 
Hurwitz 
READ: Kebric, Greek People, Chap. 8
10 GREEK CIVILIZATION: DISCUSSION 
Arnush, Curley, Mechem 
Some Useful Information about the Great Tragedians
12 EARLY LATIN LITERATURE 
Curley 
READ: Selections from Catullus (handout) 
TAKE-HOME MIDTERM DUE
13-21 SPRING BREAK 
SUGGESTED READING: Vergil, Aeneid
22 ROMAN ART 
Mechem 
READ: Kebric, Roman People, Chaps. 1-3 
SUPPLEMENTARY IMAGES 
TREASURE HUNTS: 
24 ROMAN ART 
Mechem 
CHATROOM QUESTION FOR FRIDAY: How would you characterize the differences between Greek and Roman Art?
26 ROMAN ART 
Mechem 
Pantheon (still images) 
Pantheon (animation) 
CHATROOM QUESTION FOR MONDAY: What values mattered most to the Romans in the Republic?
29 ROMAN HISTORY: The Republic, from conception to burial 
Arnush 
READ: Selections from Livy, Polybius, Plutarch, Tacitus, Cicero, Appian (handouts); Kebric, Roman People, Chap. 5 
READ: Res Gestae Divi Augusti or "The Achievements of the Divine Augustus"
TERMINOLOGY
MAPS:
31 ROMAN HISTORY: The Empire 
Arnush 
READ: Kebric, Roman People, Chap. 6 
READ: Selections from Roman Civilization, Selected Readings: Volumes I and II (NY, 1990) (handouts) 
READ: "The Powers of the Emperor," issued in 70 AD 
BACKGROUND READING: De Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors
 
READING SCHEDULE
JAN. FEB. MAR. APR.-MAY
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