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The World of Rome
CAS CL 102
The Roman sociopolitical achievement; the public and private values of the ancient Roman people as viewed in their literature, culture, and art. Roman family life, religion, and education and their meaning for our own age. Carries humanities divisional credit in CAS. 4 cr.
Origins of Writing
CAS CL 205
Overview of the world's major writing systems: Egyptian and Mayan hieroglyphs; Sumerian and Akkadian cuneiform; West Semitic consonantal scripts (abjads); East Asian scripts; runes; Greek and Roman alphabets. Considerable linguistic component supplemented by historical information about ancient languages and cultures. Carries humanities divisional credit in CAS. 4 cr.
Greek and Roman Mythology
CAS CL 213
A general introduction to the myths of the ancient classical world, with particular regard to the patterns of experience, both religious and psychological, from which they evolved. Carries humanities divisional credit in CAS. 4 cr.