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 •  Rob S. Rice (U. Penn)
Classical Studies
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Hugh Elton (Florida International University)
The Age of Alexander the Great (advanced undergraduate lecture course)
An Introduction to Roman History (undergraduate survey)
Building the City of Rome (undergraduate survey)
The Byzantine, Arab and Turkish Near East AD 600-1453 (advanced undergraduate lecture course)
The Classical City (advanced undergraduate lecture course)
Daily Life in the Roman Empire (undergraduate survey)
The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (advanced undergraduate lecture course)
East Meets West: The Art and Architecture of the Near East in the Roman Era (seminar)
Homer and Herodotus (language course)
The Provinces of the Roman Empire (advanced undergraduate lecture course)
Roman Imperial Warfare, 31 BC - AD 476 (seminar)
Roman National Literature (language course)
Tacitus (language course)
Western Civilization: Early Europe (undergraduate survey)
John Gilbert (U. of Colorado, Boulder), Women in Antiquity: Greece (lower-division undergraduate course)
Martin Irvine (Georgetown U.), "Intro to Medieval Latin" (course)
Rob S. Rice (U. Penn)
"Alexander and the Growth of Hellenism" 
Ancient History: Greece 
"Ancient History: Greece and Rome" 
"The Epic Tradition" 
Latin Poetry 
William Kemp (Mary Washington C., Virginia), MALS 511 Main Page (course exploring the "texts, images, and ideas associated with four cities: classical Athens, Jerusalem around the time of Jesus, medieval Paris, and renaissance Rome")
U. Evansville, "World Cultures" (In the first of a three-part course, seven ancient cultures, western and eastern, are studied)

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