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CLASSICS 385: ANCIENT STATE FORMATION

In this seminar, we examine the rise, development, and transformation of political offices in ancient societies. We focus on the Greek and Roman worlds in the millennium between 700 BC and AD 300, but also range more broadly in time and space. We ask what drove the concentration and dispersal of political power and how distinctive Greek and Roman forms of the state were. The course combines archaeological, literary, and comparative evidence.
Terms: Aut | Units: 4-5
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