Roman Topography: Urban Life and Cityscapes in Ancient Rome

CLST 556SL

Advanced undergraduate and graduate seminar on ancient Rome's great monuments and humble buildings, public spaces and streets, and infrastructure and natural features used by and influencing its inhabitants and visitors from 1st c. BCE to 4th c. CE. We turn to traditional topographical research and new visual technologies alike. Survey of ancient Rome's topographical data and methodologies, followed by student team projects. Course plus lab. 

Crosslisting Numbers
  • ARTHIST 560SL
  • VMS 570SL
Curriculum Codes
CCI, CZ, R, SS
Course Category
Archaeology