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Archaeology as the means of investigating our shared human past, from the origins of humanity to the foundations of current civilization.
- General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the ANTH department but may qualify for major credit in ARCG. To register, enroll in ANTH 202.
- Note: Register for lecture and discussion
|10615R||001||Lecture||9:30-10:50am||Tue, Thu||47 of 50||Kirby Farah||THH114|
|10616R||001||Discussion||9:00-9:50am||Wednesday||24 of 25||THHB9|
|10617R||001||Discussion||8:00-8:50am||Wednesday||23 of 25||THHB9|
In-depth exploration of 3D digital, immersive, virtual or extended reality visualizations of cultural heritage, archaeology, historical sites and artifacts, including their legal and ethical dimensions.
|59990D||937||2.0||Lecture-Lab||4:00-6:50pm||Friday||9 of 13||Lynn Dodd||ACB238|
|59991D||254||4.0||Lecture-Lab||4:00-6:50pm||Friday||3 of 8||Lynn Dodd||ACB238|
Survey of artistic works and monuments of ancient Greece from the Geometric through the Hellenistic period (c. 1000 - 30 BCE.).
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the AHIS department but may qualify for major credit in ARCG. To register, enroll in AHIS 321.
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