Units of Study
ARCL6902 - The Archaeology of Athens
Summer Main, 2013 | Credit Points: 6
Coordinator: Lesley Anne Beaumont
The unit takes the form of an intensive 3 week Summer School based in Greece. Formal lectures are combined with visits to key ancient monuments and museums in Athens and Attica. The aim is to provide students with a vivid opportunity to explore at first hand the material culture of Athens in the sixth and fifth centuries BC and to develop an understanding of Athenian society during these two extraordinary centuries.
Oral presentation (20%), 4000wd essay (80%)
15 hours of formal lectures at the AAIA + approx 45 hours of on-site teaching in Athens, Attica and Delphi.
A timetable is not available for this session.
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