CL223 - Art of Greece & Rome

Surveys the art and architecture of Greece and Rome from their origins in Bronze Age Greece to their transformation in the late Roman Empire using methods of art history and archaeology. Ancient Greek cities and sanctuaries with emphasis on Athens and the monuments of the Acropolis. The spread of Hellenism and the formation of an imperial visual language under Alexander the Great and his successors. The influence of Etruscan and Greek art in the Roman Republic. Imperial monuments of the city of Rome and throughout the empire as instruments of power. The class will consider political and social factors in the formation and utilization of Classical forms in both ancient and modern times. (Also listed as AH 207). Meets the Critical Learning: CP requirement. (Not offered 2024-25).

Degree requirement — Critical Learning: CP

1 unit


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Summer 2024 Block A Art of Greece & Rome Sanjaya Thakur Taught Abroad 001 25 / 9 05/25/2024
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