Roman Art
General Catalog Course Title:
Roman Art
Terms Offered:
Spring 2016
Fall 2009

The development of Roman art and architecture from Sulla (c. 80 B.C.) through Constantine (A.D. 337), studied in political context, with emphasis on original and specifically Roman qualities.Three preliminary written exercises in systematic visual analysis (based on photographs). Several quizzes emphasizing history and geography; no mid-term. Major term paper on a topic developed by the student with the instructor’s help. Final exam includes a take-home essay and a regular examination with discussion of unknown slides and of history. Meets three times a week in the first month, twice a week in the second month, once a week in the last month, to allow ample time for the term paper project. The instructor is in his office for consultations during class hours when there is no lecture

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