Module Identifier CL10220  
Module Title GREEK AND ROMAN CIVILIZATION  
Academic Year 2001/2002  
Co-ordinator Dr Telfryn Pritchard  
Semester Semester 2  
Other staff Mrs Joan Rowlands  
Course delivery Lecture   20 Hours  
  Seminars / Tutorials   10 Hours  
Assessment Continuous assessment   1 x 1,600-2,000 word essay   25%  
  Exam   3 Hours   75%  

Brief description


This course consists of a broad survey of Greek and Roman civilization, from, on the Greek side, Athens and Sparta, Greek culture, art, slavery and Alexander the Great, to, on the Roman side, education, government, women, city life in Pompeii, religion, and Etruscan and Pompeian art.   

Learning outcomes


By the end of the module, students will be able to:


- Coherently discuss a range of topics from Greek and Roman history and culture
- Read Classical historians studied in an informed and critical way
- Write about aspects of Greek and Roman history and culture in a well-structured and well-argued manner
- Demonstrate developing skills in oral presentation