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Courses in Ancient Greek and Latin are mandatory for all Classics degrees and for the Specialized Honours BA degree in Classical Studies. For all other degrees in Classical Studies, language courses are optional. Students taking a Classical Studies degree are encouraged, however, to make Ancient Greek and/or Latin a component of their Classical Studies degree, especially if they are considering graduate studies in Classics or Ancient History.

Not all of the courses listed below will necessarily be offered in any given year.

With the approval of the Classical Studies program coordinator, and subject to course exclusion and residency requirements, students may be permitted to complete other courses for program credit in Classical Studies.

Browse through the database below to explore courses that will fulfill certain degree requirements in the Classical Studies program.

When registering for classes on the Course Timetable website, be sure to carefully read through the "Notes/Additional Fees" section of each course you select. This section contains important details on delivery methods for each course during the Fall/Winter 2021-2022 term. Remember that REMT & ONLN are completely online courses and LECT, TUT, BLEN and SEMR could have in-person components.

AP/GK 1000 6.00

Elementary Classical Greek

This course is designed for those who have little or no training in Ancient Greek, which is essentially the Attic dialect spoken and written by ...

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AP/LA 1000 6.00

Elementary Latin

This course is designed for those who have little or no training in Latin. No knowledge of the language is assumed. The course focuses on ...

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AP/LA 1010 3.00

Word Power: Building Essential English Vocabulary Using Latin And Greek Roots

This course is designed to teach students how to build their vocabulary systematically through the study of Latin and Greek elements in essential English words ...

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AP/LA 1020 3.00

Spoken Latin

This course is intended for students seeking a basic introduction to Latin or experience in spoken Latin. No prior knowledge of Latin is assumed. Emphasis ...

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AP/HUMA 1100 9.00

The Worlds Of Ancient Greece And Rome

A study of the classical world with a view to understanding the origin and evolution of some of the literary, philosophical, and political ideals of ...

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AP/HIST 1100 6.00

Gladiators, Gods, Gigolos, And Goths: Reading Roman Society, C.200 Bce-C.500 Ce

Ancient Roman society is one of the most strangely familiar of all past societies. It is in many ways recognizable, since it helped form the ...

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AP/HUMA 1105 9.00

Myth And Imagination In Greece And Rome

The mythical narratives of the ancient Greeks and the Romans constitute a continuous tradition that extends from before the reach of history to the present ...

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AP/HUMA 1106 9.00

Egypt In The Greek And Roman Mediterranean

An examination of Egypt and Egyptians in the imagination and history of the cultures of the Greek and Roman Mediterranean.

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AP/HUMA 1110 9.00

Greek And Biblical Traditions

ANCILLARY COURSE. A study of early Mesopotamian, Greek, Jewish and Christian literature (1) to understand its original meanings and (2) to explore its relevance to ...

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AP/HUMA 1115 9.00

Transformation Of Ancient Literature

Many great writers have reused the literature of the past in order to create new works of art. In order to understand the works of ...

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GL/HIST 1618 3.00

Ancient Roots Of Modern History

This course examines the discipline of history through the major works of Greek and Roman antiquity. The course begins with the origins of the historical ...

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GL/HUMA 1622 6.00

Introductory Latin

A course for students with little or no previous training in Latin. The course covers the rudiments of Latin grammar and provides practice in the ...

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AP/HUMA 1710 6.00

The Roots Of Western Culture: The Ancient World (C. 1000 Bc-Ad 400)

Two historical cultures have had an important role in shaping modern thought: the Graeco-Roman and Judaeo-Christian. This course explores these cultures through selective study of ...

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AP/GK 2000 6.00

Intermediate Classical And Biblical Greek

The course concentrates on building knowledge of grammar and vocabulary with the aim of reading passages in original Greek. The first part of the course ...

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AP/LA 2000 6.00

Intermediate Latin

The course begins with a review of Latin grammar and syntax and then concentrates on the reading of selected passages from Latin prose and verse ...

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AP/PHIL 2015 3.00

Introduction To Ancient Greek Philosophy

An introduction to the main figures and problems in ancient Greek philosophy. The course focuses on the views of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle but aims ...

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AP/HIST 2100 6.00

Ancient Greece And Rome

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This course offers a general introduction to the history of ancient Greece and Rome. It surveys the ancient world from the Greek Bronze Age in ...

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AP/HUMA 2100 6.00

The World Of The Ancient Greeks

A study of the culture of the Greek speaking peoples of the Hellenic and Hellenistic Mediterranean at various points in their development and evolution. Areas ...

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AP/HUMA 2105 6.00

Roman Literature And Culture

An introduction to Roman literature and culture, circa 200 BC to AD 200. Emphasis is placed on the literature, art and architecture of the Romans ...

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AP/HIST 2110 6.00

Ancient Near East

ANCILLARY COURSE. Civilization began in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) and then Egypt. Shortly thereafter, civilizations developed all over the Near East (modern Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, ...

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AP/ANTH 2140 3.00

Introduction To Archaeology & Palaeoanthropology

ANCILLARY COURSE. This course explores the biological evolution of human beings and historical development of human societies; the methods that palaeoanthropologists and archaeologists use to ...

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AP/ANTH 2140 6.00

Introduction To Archaeology & Palaeoanthropology

ANCILLARY COURSE. This course explores the biological evolution of human beings and historical development of human societies; the methods that palaeoanthropologists and archaeologists use to ...

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AP/ANTH 2150 6.00

Early Civilizations

ANCILLARY COURSE. This course introduces students to anthropological archaeology's view of ancient civilizations and illuminates the web of connections that links them to 21st century ...

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AP/ANTH 2150 3.00

Early Civilizations

ANCILLARY COURSE. This course introduces students to anthropological archaeology's view of ancient civilizations and illuminates the web of connections that links them to 21st century ...

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AP/HIST 2150 6.00

Classical Greek And Roman Archaeology: An Introduction

The course provides an introduction to the history, theory and methodology of Classical Greek and Roman Archaeology. It examines key archaeological excavations in the Graeco-Roman ...

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GL/HIST 2635 6.00

Introduction À L'Histoire Ancienne

The course concludes by comparing several ancient societies (e.g. pre- contact North America, Neolithic Europe, and Easter Island), and discussing how archaeology is used to ...

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GL/PHIL 2645 6.00

Ancient Philosophy And Political Theory

The development of inquiry about the order of nature and society is traced. Special attention is given to the ethical and political theories of Plato ...

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GL/EN 2900 3.00

Sex, Swords, And Sandals: Classical Foundations Of English Literature

This course studies classical Greco-Roman texts and mythology, which have influenced the development of English literature, through a variety of theoretical approaches, including Freudian psychoanalytical ...

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GL/HUMA 2922 6.00

Intermediate Latin

The course surveys advanced Classical Latin grammar and syntax and then proceeds to the translation of selected original passages from Latin prose and verse; selections ...

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GL/HIST 2932 3.00

Ancient Greece

This course explores ancient Mediterranean history from the early third millennium BCE through the rise and fall of Alexander the Great in the third century ...

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GL/HIST 2935 3.00

Ancient Rome

This course surveys the History of Ancient Rome from the founding of the Republic (753 BCE) to the fall of the Roman Empire in the ...

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AP/LA 3010 3.00

Roman Epic Poetry

A study of two Augustan epics: Vergil's Aeneid and Ovid's Metamorphoses.

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AP/GK 3010 3.00

Greek Tragedy

A study of the plays of Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides. Prerequisite: AP/GK 2000 6.00 or permission of director of classical studies. Course credit exclusion: AP/GK ...

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AP/LA 3020 3.00

Roman Lyric Poetry

A study of selected works of lyric poetry by authors such as Catullus and Horace.

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AP/GK 3030 3.00

Greek Epic Poetry

This course involves a guided reading of one or more books of Homer's Iliad or Odyssey in the original ANCIENT GREEK. The course is only ...

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AP/LA 3030 3.00

Roman Elegiac Poetry

This course focuses on the elegiac poetry written by three Roman elegiac poets of the Augustan Age: Propertius, Tibullus, and Ovid. Course work involves on ...

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AP/GK 3040 3.00

Greek Historians

This course involves a guided reading from the works of one or more ancient Greek historians (Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon) in the original ANCIENT GREEK. The ...

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AP/LA 3040 3.00

Roman Philosophical Writings

This course focuses on the prose works of the Roman philosophical writers Cicero and Seneca the Younger. Course work involves reading and translating the Latin ...

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AP/GK 3050 3.00

Socrates

This course studies the 5th-century BC Athenian philosopher Socrates through a guided reading of the earliest sources, Plato and/or Xenophon, in the original ANCIENT GREEK. ...

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AP/LA 3050 6.00

Survey Of Latin Literature

A reading of select works of Latin literature in the ORIGINAL LATIN.

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AP/GK 3060 3.00

Greek Rhetoric

A Study of Greek prose style and the principals of Greek rhetoric.

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AP/LA 3060 3.00

Roman Historians

The course examines the main principles of Roman historiography through a close study in the original Latin of the work of one or more Roman ...

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AP/PHIL 3061 3.00

Plato

A critical examination of the philosophy of Plato which aims to provide a strong foundational understanding of Plato’s views on a range of metaphysical, epistemological, ...

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AP/PHIL 3065 3.00

Aristotle

A critical examination of the philosophy of Aristotle which aims to provide a strong foundational understanding of Plato’s views on a range of metaphysical, epistemological, ...

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AP/GK 3070 3.00

Early Greek Poetry

This course introduces students to Greek poetry of the Archaic Period (c.700-480 BC) through a guided reading of a selection of poems in the original ...

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AP/LA 3070 3.00

Roman Rhetoric

The course examines the main principles of Roman rhetoric through a study in the original Latin of selected speeches of Cicero, speeches incorporated into other ...

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AP/GK 3080 3.00

Later Greek Prose

This course introduces students to Greek prose of the Roman Imperial Period through a guided reading of selected texts in the original ANCIENT GREEK. In ...

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AP/LA 3080 3.00

Roman Drama

A reading of select works of Latin drama in the ORIGINAL LATIN.

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AP/HUMA 3100 6.00

Greek Drama And Culture

A survey of ancient Greek drama in translation. The plays will be looked at mainly in terms of structure, religious thought, and political expression.

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AP/HUMA 3102 3.00

Ancient Greek Tragic Drama

An overview of the society, culture, politics and history of fifth-century Athens providing the context for a close reading of selected ancient Greek tragedies and ...

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AP/HUMA 3103 6.00

Children And Childhood In The Ancient Mediterranean World

This course examines childhood experience and the social construction of childhood in the ancient Mediterranean from the Bronze Age down to the end of classical ...

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AP/HUMA 3103 3.00

Children And Childhood In The Ancient Mediterranean World

This course examines childhood experience and the social construction of childhood in the ancient Mediterranean from the Bronze Age down to the end of classical ...

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AP/HUMA 3104 6.00

Eros And Amor: Sex And Gender In Graeco-Roman Literature

Examines issues of gender and sexuality in Greco-Roman culture through reading Greek and Roman literature in translation.

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AP/HUMA 3105 6.00

Greek And Roman Religion

This course examines Greek and Roman religious beliefs and practices from an interdisciplinary perspective. Special attention is given to four major approaches to the divine ...

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AP/HUMA 3106 6.00

Writing Lives: Graeco-Roman Biography

Why do ancient people write about the lives of others? What were ancient people doing when they wrote about themselves? This course explores biographical and ...

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AP/HUMA 3107 6.00

Roman Republican Literature

This course surveys the literature and culture of the Roman Republic, 509 - 31 BCE. Beginning with the material and cultural record of pre-historical Rome ...

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AP/HUMA 3108 6.00

Ancient Greek And Roman Comic Drama

This course explores the evolving tradition of ancient Greek and Roman comic drama from later fifth-century BCE Athens to the early second-century Roman Republic, studying ...

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AP/HUMA 3109 3.00

Law And Culture In The Ancient World

A survey of legal concepts, practices, and narratives in the ancient world (Greece, Rome, and the Near East). Students will learn how the law is ...

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AP/HUMA 3109 6.00

Law And Culture In The Ancient World

A survey of legal concepts, practices, and narratives in the ancient world (Greece, Rome, and the Near East). Students will learn how the law is ...

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AP/HIST 3110 6.00

Ancient Israel: From Its Origins In The Settlement To The Babylonian Exile

ANCILLARY COURSE. Investigations include methodological limitations; Old Testament, archaeology and ideology; Israel's origins; the settlement of Canaan; Philistia and the Israelite state; the Davidic Revolutions; ...

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AP/HUMA 3110 6.00

Roman Culture And Society

This course examines literature, art and architecture in its social and cultural context within a specified period of Roman history. The course may focus on ...

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AP/LA 3110 3.00

The Roman Novel

A reading of selections from Apuleius, Metamorphoses and/or Petronius, Satyricain the ORIGINAL LATIN.

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AP/HUMA 3115 6.00

Myth In Ancient Greece: Texts And Theories

This course examines Greek myths of gods and heroes in their social, religious and historical contexts through close reading of primary texts and visual representations ...

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AP/LA 3120 3.00

Roman Satire

A reading of select works of Latin satire in the ORIGINAL LATIN.

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AP/HIST 3120 6.00

Classical Athens: State And Society

This course studies Athens in the fifth and fourth centuries BC, concentrating on social and economic structures and institutions.

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AP/HIST 3125 3.00

Sport And Society In Ancient Greece

Sport occupied an important place in the highly competitive society of ancient Greece. This course explores the history of Greek sport from its first appearance ...

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AP/HIST 3130 6.00

The Roman Revolution

The slow decline of the Roman Republican system offers historians one of, if not the, greatest and most detailed pictures of a government's collapse. In ...

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AP/HIST 3131 6.00

Rome And Empire: War To Pax Romana

At its height, the Roman Empire stretched from the snows of Scotland to the sands of Egypt. A population of around sixty million people lived ...

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AP/HIST 3135 3.00

Spectacle And Society In Ancient Rome

The course traces the development of gladiatorial presentations, chariot-races, and other public spectacles in Rome, Italy, and the provinces of the Roman Empire from c. ...

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AP/HIST 3136 6.00

Roman Spain: Archaeology And History

The course examines the historical value of archaeological evidence by applying archaeological theory and method to the excavation of a late-Iberian/early-Roman site of Cabrera de ...

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AP/HIST 3140 3.00

The City In The Roman World

"No city has existed in the whole world that could be compared with Rome for size," wrote Pliny the Elder during the first century AD. ...

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GL/HIST 3141 3.00

Sports And Games In The Ancient World

This course explores ancient sports and games in their historical, political, social, religious, and cultural contexts. Archaeological, iconographical, epigraphical, and literary evidence are studied to ...

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GL/HIST 3142 3.00

Inventing Barbarians: Race And Identity In The Ancient World

This course studies how Greeks and Romans defined their own identity and those of others. Based on the reading of ancient texts (in translation) and ...

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AP/HIST 3145 3.00

Roman Britain

This course studies the history of Roman Britain from Julius Caesar’s invasions of Britain in 55 and 54 BC until the end of Roman rule ...

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AP/HIST 3150 6.00

Early Greek History

This course examines the political, social, economic and intellectual history of Greece in the Bronze Age and the Archaic Period. It covers Mycenaean Greece, the ...

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AP/HIST 3152 6.00

Classical Greek History

This course examines the history of Classical Greece.

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AP/HIST 3154 3.00

Egypt From Alexander To Cleopatra

The occupation of Egypt by Alexander the Great and the establishment of the Ptolemaic monarchy resulted in a significant influx of settlers from all around ...

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AP/HIST 3155 3.00

Egypt After Cleopatra: Society And Culture In A Roman Province

Trailer. When Egypt came under Roman rule in 30 BC, its administrative machinery certainly changed. But what of the social and cultural impacts of these ...

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AP/HIST 3160 6.00

Women And Gender In Ancient Greece And Rome

This course challenges the traditional dichotomy of women's and great man history by addressing questions of gender roles and their social functions in Greek and ...

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GL/HIST 3161 6.00

Genre Et Sexualité En Grèce Ancienne Et Dans Le Monde Romain

Ce cours propose d’étudier les rapports hommes-femmes et la pluralité des féminins et des masculins dans les mondes grec et romain.

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AP/HIST 3180 6.00

The Rise And Fall Of The Sassanian Empire

ANCILLARY COURSE. The course will cover the origins of the Sassanians of Iran, their rise and domination of the Middle East, and their subsequent defeat ...

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AP/HUMA 3421 3.00

Origins Of Christianity I

This course explores the literary, social and cultural context of the apostle Paul and the recipients of his letters while also considering the legacies of ...

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AP/HUMA 3422 3.00

Origins Of Christianity Ii

This course takes a historical approach to writings produced in the second generation of the Jesus movements, including the gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke, and ...

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AP/HUMA 3423 3.00

The New Testament Apocrypha

ANCILLARY COURSE. This course analyzes texts excluded from the New Testament, such as the Gospel of Thomas, the Infancy Gospel of James, and the Apocalypse ...

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AP/HUMA 3435 3.00

Augustine

A study of the life and seminal ideas of Augustine of Hippo. Setting his ideas in the context of his life story, the course explores ...

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AP/HUMA 3439 3.00

How The Irish Saved Civilization

Examines the remarkable cultural achievements of the Irish, how they kept the lamps of learning, literature and material culture (manuscript, painting, ornamental metalwork) burning following ...

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AP/HUMA 3457 3.00

Gnosticism

ANCILLARY COURSE. This course examines the early, radical alternative version of Christianity and Judaism based on mystical self-knowledge (gnosis), and the challenge it posed to ...

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AP/PHIL 3600 3.00

Ancient Philosophy

An examination of the background, structure and arguments of one of the great works of Plato or Aristotle. Alternatively, it may also focus on the ...

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AP/GK 4010 3.00

Greek Tragedy

A study of one or more of the plays of Aeschylus, Sophocles, or Euripides in the original ANCIENT GREEK. The course will include a review ...

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AP/LA 4010 3.00

Roman Epic Poetry

A study of two Augustan epics: Vergil's Aeneid and Ovid's Metamorphoses.

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AP/HIST 4010 6.00

Colloquium In Ancient Greek And Roman History

Advanced colloquium on selected topics in Ancient Greek and/or Roman History. Topics vary from year to year. Please consult the Department of History website for ...

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AP/HIST 4012 3.00

Colloquium In Roman Social History

The course focuses on one or more key topics to deepen students' understanding of key concepts, methodologies and theoretical approaches in Roman social history. Topics ...

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AP/LA 4020 3.00

Roman Lyric Poetry

A study of selected works of lyric poetry by authors such as Catullus and Horace.

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AP/GK 4030 3.00

Greek Epic Poetry

Readings from Homer's Iliad and Odyssey.

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AP/LA 4030 3.00

Roman Elegiac Poetry

This course focuses on the elegiac poetry written by three Roman elegiac poets of the Augustan Age: Propertius, Tibullus, and Ovid. Course work involves reading ...

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AP/PHIL 4030 3.00

Seminar In Ancient Philosophy

A close examination of an important work of one of the great ancient philosophers. Alternatively, the seminar may also focus on an important area or ...

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AP/POLS 4030 3.00

Classical Political Theory

An analysis of a number of texts in classical political theory, focusing on primary texts rather than secondary works, relevant to Greek, Hellenistic and Roman ...

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AP/PHIL 4031 3.00

Ancient Philosophies Of Life

An experiential education course that explores ancient Greek and Roman philosophies of life. This course blends theory and coursework with reflection on experience to investigate ...

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AP/GK 4040 3.00

Greek Historians

A study of selected works by Greek historians such as Herodotus, Thucydides and Xenophon.

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AP/LA 4040 3.00

Roman Philosophical Writings

This course focuses on the prose works of the Roman philosophical writers Cicero and Seneca the Younger. Course work involves reading and translating the Latin ...

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AP/GK 4050 3.00

Socrates

This course studies the 5th-century Athenian philosopher Socrates through study of the sources, Plato and/or Xenophon, in the original Greek.

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AP/LA 4050 6.00

Survey Of Latin Literature

A reading of select works of Latin literature in the ORIGINAL LATIN.

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AP/GK 4060 3.00

Greek Rhetoric

A study of one or more rhetorical works in the original Greek. Authors to be studied include Demosthenes, Aeschines, and Lysias.

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AP/LA 4060 3.00

Roman Historians

The course examines the main principles of Roman historiography through a close study in the original Latin of the work of one or more Roman ...

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AP/GK 4070 3.00

Early Greek Poetry

This course introduces students to Greek poetry of the Archaic Period (c.700-480 BC) in the original Greek. In addition to the study of their language ...

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AP/LA 4070 3.00

Roman Rhetoric

The course examines the main principles of Roman rhetoric through a study in the original Latin of selected speeches of Cicero, speeches incorporated into other ...

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AP/GK 4080 3.00

Later Greek Prose

This course introduces students to Greek prose of the Roman Imperial Period in the original Greek. In addition to the study of language and literary ...

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AP/LA 4080 3.00

Roman Drama

A reading of select works of Latin drama in the ORIGINAL LATIN.

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AP/HIST 4100 6.00

Selected Problems In Israelite History

ANCILLARY COURSE. Problems in the determination of the international relations of the Israelite states in the Iron Age. Sources, written and unwritten, from Israel, Assyria, ...

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AP/HUMA 4100 6.00

The Pastoral Lyric Tradition from Ancient Greece to Early Modernity

This course explores the tradition of pastoral lyric poetry from the world of Ptolemaic Alexandria to late medieval and renaissance Europe, studying the pastoral poetry ...

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AP/HUMA 4101 6.00

Studies In Classical Culture

A study of representative visual and textual narratives in Greek and Roman society which characteristically featured the social, political ideological and programmatic symbols and imagery ...

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AP/HUMA 4102 6.00

Caligula, Claudius, And Nero: Roman Emperors Between Myth And History

This course focuses on ancient Roman literature and culture in and around the years 37 - 68 CE, spanning the reigns of the emperors Caligula, ...

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AP/HUMA 4103 6.00

Interpretations Of Homeric Epic

This course examines the Iliad and the Odyssey through study of some of the various interpretive strategies, both ancient and modern, which have been applied ...

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AP/HUMA 4104 6.00

The World Of Apuleius

Thist course examines the social, cultural, economic, and political world of the Roman empire, as revealed in Apuleius' Latin novel, Metamorphoses.

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AP/HUMA 4105 6.00

The Rhetorical Tradition

"Rhetoric originated in ancient Greece as the art of speaking in public - in the law courts, in political assemblies, and wherever persuasion and eloquence ...

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AP/HUMA 4106 6.00

Writing In A Culture Of Letters

Examines the practice of letter-writing in the classical world.

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AP/HUMA 4107 6.00

The Ancient Greek And Roman Novel

"The five surviving Greek romance-novels, which date to the period between the first century AD and perhaps the later fourth century, all belong to the ...

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AP/HUMA 4108 3.00

The Ancient Greek Novel

This course studies selected ancient Greek novels in English translation., the social and literary currents which shape their narratives, and their role in the cultural ...

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AP/LA 4110 3.00

The Roman Novel

A reading of selections from Apuleius, Metamorphoses and/or Petronius, Satyrica in the ORIGINAL LATIN.

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AP/HIST 4116 6.00

Alexander The Great: Myth And Reality

This course studies the life of Alexander the Great. It seeks to set his achievements within the context of Greek, Macedonian and Near Eastern history, ...

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AP/LA 4120 3.00

Roman Satire

A reading of select works of Latin satire in the ORIGINAL LATIN.

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AP/HIST 4122 6.00

War And Society In Ancient Greece

This course examines the phenomenon of war in ancient Greece, with particular emphasis on its social impact, concentrating on the late Archaic and Classical periods ...

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GL/HIST 4125 3.00

Clash Of Civilizations? Cross-Cultural Contacts Between Ancient Greece And Persia

This course studies the contacts between Greeks and Persians, from Cyrus II to Alexander the Great (560-330 BCE). Through diverse types of primary documents (literary, ...

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AP/GK 4130 3.00

Guided Readings In Greek Authors

An independent reading program with material chosen in accordance with the interest of the student. To enrol, consult the Co-ordinator of Classical Studies.

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AP/GK 4130 6.00

Guided Readings In Greek Authors

An independent reading program with material chosen in accordance with the interest of the student. To enrol, consult the Co-ordinator of Classical Studies.

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AP/LA 4130 3.00

Guided Readings In Roman Authors

A reading of select works of by Roman authors in the ORIGINAL LATIN.

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AP/LA 4130 6.00

Guided Readings In Roman Authors

A reading of select works of by Roman authors in the ORIGINAL LATIN.

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AP/HIST 4130 6.00

Problems In Roman History

Selected topics in one or more areas of concentration in the history of ancient Rome.

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AP/HIST 4131 6.00

The City Of Rome, 200 Bc-Ad 200

This course examines the history of the City of Rome during the late Republic and early Principate from an archaeological, literary, and art historical perspective.

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AP/HIST 4132 6.00

Caesar'S Palace: A Social History Of The Roman Imperial Court

Roman emperors have traditionally been studied from the point of view of the political decisions that they made. Until recently, less emphasis has been given ...

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AP/GK 4140 6.00

Honours Essay

Open only to Honours candidates in Classics, Classical Studies or Hellenic Studies.

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AP/LA 4140 6.00

Honours Essay

Open only to Honours candidates in Classics or Classical Studies.

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AP/HIST 4140 6.00

Problems In Hellenistic History

Selected topics in one or more areas of concentration in the history of the Mediterranean world of Alexander the Great and his successors.

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AP/HIST 4160 6.00

Slavery In Ancient Greece And Rome

This course explores the phenomenon of slavery in Greek and Roman antiquity, from the Bronze Age until the later Roman empire. Three main thematic areas ...

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GL/HIST 4161 6.00

Food And Society In The Ancient World

This course analyzes the history of food and eating behaviours in ancient Greece and the Roman world. It considers the cultural and historically specific aspects ...

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GL/HIST 4560 6.00

Religion And Society In Ancient Greece

This seminar course explores the relationship between religion, ancient thought and society through forms of worship. It introduces students to the diversity of ancient documents ...

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AP/HUMA 4808 6.00

Sex And Violence In The Hebrew Bible

ANCILLARY COURSE. This course attempts a nuanced reading of texts dealing with sexuality and/or violence in the Hebrew Bible. The discussion focuses both on a ...

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AP/HUMA 4827 3.00

Graeco-Roman, Biblical, And Early Christian Concepts Of The Soul

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