HIST 3233 - Greece, Rome, and the Mediterranean World
Prerequisite(s): Six hours of history or consent of the chair.
This course surveys the major classical civilizations of Greece and Rome from their inception to their decline. In examining these larger civilizations, this course also takes into consideration smaller peripheral states (such as that of the Phoenicians) located along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, as well as the Arabic states (including the Persians and the Sassanids) that were often in conflict with both the Greeks and the Romans.
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