GASP 156D: History of Ancient Roman Art and Architecture
Examines the cultures and histories of ancient Greece, Etruria, and Rome, with the primary focus on ancient Rome, from around 1000 BCE to 476 CE. Addresses wide range of art production. Explores works in their social context, addressing issues of patronage, gender, material culture, and religious change, among other topics.
Prerequisite: GASP 003 or GASP 006 . Normal Letter Grade only. Cross-Listed with HIST 173 .
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