University of Manitoba

CLAS 1280 Introduction to Ancient Roman Culture

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Ancient archaeological and literary evidence (in English translation) is the basis for a survey of the major social, political, religious, intellectual, artistic and literary institutions and achievements of the Romans, from the period of the monarchy to the onset of the Middle Ages. The Romans are studied in the context of the ancient Mediterranean world but also with reference to their continuing contributions to world civilization.

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3

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Collins, Keith Jan. 07 2019 - Apr. 09 2019