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ANHS2601 - Ancient Imperialism

Semester 1, 2013  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Eleanor Cowan

Description

The ancient Mediterranean witnessed the rise and fall of several great empires. At the heart of each was a city-state. How did single cities come to dominate their neighbours? How were the experiences of each city-state different and why? This unit compares the material factors and the ideology which lay behind the success and failure of Athens, Rome and Sparta. Why did Rome survive for such a long period while the dominance of the Greek city-states was short-lived?

Assessments

1x2hr exam (45%), 1x2000wd class paper (45%) and tutorial participation (10%)

Classes

2x1-hr lectures/week, 1x1-hr tutorial per week

Prerequisites

12 junior credit points of ANHS or HSTY OR 6 junior credit points of ANHS and 6 credit points of HSTY, ARCA, PHIL, GRKA or LATN

Prohibitions

ANHS2001

 Monday

  10am 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm 5pm

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