Classical and Greco-Roman Archaeology

Students with a special interest in Classical or Greco-Roman Archaeology may appeal to the committee for reasonable substitutions.

The following courses are especially recommended:

  • ART 222W: Survey of Art: Ancient, Medieval and Non-Western Art
  • ART 334: Art of the Renaissance
  • ENGL 225W: Classical Literature
  • ENGL 253W: Classical and Modern Rhetoric
  • GRK 101-102: New Testament Grammar and Readings
  • GRK 221, 222: Readings in New Testament
  • HIST 210: Ancient History (Greece and Rome)
  • PHIL 301: Ancient Greek Philosophy
  • REL 114: New Testament Faith and History
  • REL 159f: Diggin Jesus? Archaeology and the New Testament
  • REL 223: Backgrounds of Christianity
  • REL 226: Biblical Archaeology
  • REL 228: History and Culture of the Ancient Near East
  • REL 337W: Biblical Topics
  • REL 401: Field Archaeology
  • SOC 229: Cultural Anthropology
  • SOC 336: Anthropology of Primitive Religions
  • THEA 332: Theatre History I
  • ART/HIST/REL 470-479: Internship (in a museum)