C-395: Roman Frontiers: Art and Archaeology beyond Rome

CLAS-C395 — Spring 2021

Lindsey Mazurek
Days and Times
T/Th 11:30a-12:45p
Course Description

It is easy to assume that the Roman Empire’s heart was its capital, the city of Rome. But the vast majority of Romans lived outside of Rome, and the empire’s territories encompassed many cultural groups, geographic landscapes, and religious rites. In this class, we will study the art and archaeology of Rome’s borderlands and frontiers, focusing on questions of power, conquest, cultural exchange, and imperialism.

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