Clas 1120Q / arch 1707 The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Spring Semester 2014


Schedule of readings (from textbooks or materials on the wiki site)



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Schedule of readings (from textbooks or materials on the wiki site)

All readings should be completed by (not started on) the stated date.

N.B. There will be a few additional, short readings as the class progresses; these will be posted to the wiki
Jan. 27 Philo of Byzantium’s wonder-list (wiki); Clayton & Price, pp. 1-12.

Feb. 3 Remainder of Clayton & Price.

Feb. 10 Extracts (3) from Herodotus, History, Book 2 (wiki); Whitehouse (wiki)

Feb. 17 Romer & Romer, Ch. 7, pp. 165-180 (wiki); Lundquist (wiki)

Feb. 24 Romer & Romer, Ch. 5 (wiki)

Mar. 3 Romer & Romer, Ch. 1 (wiki)

Mar. 10 Romer & Romer, Ch. 4 (wiki)

Mar. 17 Romer & Romer, Ch. 6 (wiki)

Mar. 31 Romer & Romer, Ch. 2 (wiki)

Apr. 7 Romer & Romer, Ch. 3 (wiki)

Apr. 14 Romer & Romer, Ch. 7, pp. 180-229 (wiki)

Dates and deadlines

Short writing exercise #1 February 7

Quiz #1 February 14

Short writing exercise #2 February 28

Quiz #2 March 7

Short writing exercise #3 March 21

Quiz #3 April 4

Group in-class presentation April 7, 9, 11

Term paper draft (1 paragraph abstract + list of key sources) April 14

Final version of term paper May 7



Final exam May 13 (2:00-4:00 pm)






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