Units of Study
Additional unit of study in Semester 1
BDES3030 Roman Architecture: Creation-Reception, available in semester 1 to Archaeology students who have met the prerequisites.
ARCA3602 - Greece and the East
Semester 2, 2011 | Credit Points: 6
Coordinator: Margaret Christina Miller
Greek interaction with the older civilisations to the East (Anatolia, Near and Middle East, and Egypt) created a vital cultural dynamic throughout antiquity, not just in the seventh-century BC "orientalising" period. Areas of focus include the impact of relations with the East on the development of Greek material culture in specific periods, with reference to the areas of conceptual difficulty: the definition of cultural receptivity, the articulation of the "sources", the means of communication and types of reception.
one 3500 word essay (45%), seminar presentations (5% and 25%) and one 1.5 hour exam (25%)
one 2 hour seminar per week
Credit result in two of the following units: ARCA2610, ARCA2611, ARCA2612, ARCA2613, ARCA2614, ARCA2615
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