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HIST 4330

Greek and Roman History

Three semester hours. (SP-Even)

A study of the central period of classical Greek history and the Hellenistic Age (5th to 1st centuries B.C.) combined with The study of the central period of the Roman history (1st century B.C. to 2nd century A. D.) Strong emphasis will be placed upon the development of political institutions in both civilizations and upon cultural relationships between the two. Prerequisite: Six hours of history or permission of instructor. (Formerly HIST 4302)

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