GREEK AND ROMAN RELIGION

CLST 264

Topics in Greek and Roman religion from the Bronze Age through the rise of Christianity, based on literary, documentary, and archaeological sources. Coverage within the chronological boundaries via survey, case-studies, or a combination of both. Topics might include the relationship of myth and ritual, hero cult, mysteries, festivals, interface between philosophy and religion, "public" and "private" religion, religious "imports" and exoticism, architecture and landscape of religion. Instructor: González or Staff

Day / Time: 

WF 01:25 PM-02:40 PM

Location: 

Gray 220

Instructor: 

González, José

Section: 

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