CL1003 Introduction to Greek and Roman History
- Module Organiser:
- Dr. Shane Wallace
- All year
- Contact Hours:
- 44 lectures (2 lectures p.w.)
- 10 ECTS
- 65% continuous assessment (three written assignments), 35% final examination
Recommended text for the Greek section of the course:
S. B. Pomeroy, S. M. Burstein, W. Donlan, J. Tolbert Roberts, A Brief History of Greece. Politics, Society and Culture, Oxford 2004.
Recommended text for the Roman section of the course:
M. T. Boatwright, D. J. Gargola, R. J. Talbert, The Romans from Village to Empire. A History of Ancient Rome from Earliest times to Constantine, Oxford 2004.
- Demonstrate basic skills in the evaluation of primary source material and secondary literature
- Research, select, and present relevant information and evidence from primary and secondary sources in the form of a structured argument
- Demonstrate basic understanding of the chronology and institutional structures of ancient Greece and Rome, the events of Greek and Roman history, and Mediterranean geography