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Cities of the Ancient World

From Uruk and Jericho to Athens and Rome, explore ancient urban landscapes and draw connections between the cities of centuries past and those of our modern world.

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j********m
September 16, 2017

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h********m
September 13, 2017

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s********m
September 3, 2017
The lectures give an interesting view to ancient history by way of various cities - and the cities that were chosen for the lectures gives a wide range contexts to allow the professor to cover a variety of topics about cities that are still relevant. The professor is great - his excitement for the topic and the cultures he describes is infectious and he knows his subject well enough to state his learned opinion of specific controversies of opinion by archeologists and historians.

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