ARH 233 Art&Arch Ancnt Nr East&Egypt

Prerequisite: GSTR 210

Offered: Typically as student interest and faculty availability allow

A survey of the emergence of civilization in the ancient Near East and Egypt through the art and material culture of the region, from the Paleolithic period through the conquests of Alexander the Great. Architecture, sculpture, ceramics, painting, jewelry, textiles, tools, settlement patterns, human remains, and other types of evidence for ancient life, aesthetics, and thought are discussed in their cultural, technological, and historical contexts. NOTE: Noncredit for students who completed ART 286B in Spring 2009. Arts Perspective. 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit