CC 302: Introduction to Ancient Rome
(Unique # 30270)

Fall, 2004; TTh 12:30-2:00, WEL 1.316

Timothy Moore, WAG 14CA, 232-4161; (timmoore@mail.utexas.edu), Office hours T 2-3:30, Th 11-12:30 and by appointment

TAs:
Sarah Davies, WAG 14C, 471-2376 (s_davies@mail.utexas.edu), Office hours W 1-4
Keith Kitchen, WAG 14C, 471-2376 (kmk364@mail.utexas.edu), Office hours M12:30-2, W 1-2:30
Jessica Luther, WAG 11, 471-0677 (jluther@mail.utexas.edu), Office hours Th 11-12:30

 

Office hours for Week of December 6th:
Timothy Moore: T 1:30-3:30, Th 11-12, and by appointment
Sarah Davies: W 12-3
Keith Kitchen: M 12-1, T 9-10
Jessica Luther: Th 12-3

 

SYLLABUS

Discussion outlines

August

26: Introduction to Course

31: Early Rome

September

2: The Expansion of Rome through 146 BCE

7: Plautus, Double Bind

9: Plautus, Double Bind

14: Terence, The Brothers

16: Rome, 146-44 BCE

26: Lucretius

October

5: Rome, 44 BCE-68 CE

7: Julio-Claudians, Livy

12-14: Vergil

19: Horace

21: Perspectives on Nero I

26: Perspectives on Nero II

28: Petronius

November

2: Note change to syllabus: Juvenal, Satires 3 and 10 (from course packet)

9: 69 CE - 235 CE: The High Empire

11: The Arts of Living

16: Roman Life and Society

18-23: Art and Architecture

30: Rome, 235 CE - 2004 CE, I

Note change to syllabus for November 30th

OIH "Envoi: On Taking Leave of Antiquity", first section only (pp. 401-409); 210 Reasons for the Fall of Rome (on line): Read list, choose one or two proposed reasons to discuss in class

December 2: Rome, 235 CE - 2004 CE, II

December 11, 9:00 AM, ART 1.102: Final Exam

Documents

Study Guide for Lucretius, Book 3

Review Guide for Test I (September 30th)

Rome and the Hollywood Epic

Latin Phrases from Discussion Outlines

 

From course packet

Principal Events of Roman History and Legend

Principal Roman Authors

Major Features of Roman Government under the Republic

Roman Religion

 

Course web site from Fall, 2002

 


last modified 3 December, 2004 by timmoore@mail.utexas.edu