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    College of William & Mary
   
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017 - 2018 Undergraduate Catalog

CLCV 349 - Etruscan Archaeology: Italy before the Romans


Fall (3) Staff (College 200, ALV, CSI)

This course examines the evidence for the peoples of pre-Roman and early Roman Italy (900-100 BCE). The course provides a survey of Etruscan material culture, including architectural remains from sanctuary, funerary, and domestic contexts, and treats the artistic media of sculpture, painting, ceramics and metalwork. Topics include: Etruscan language, funerary customs, warfare, religious and votive practices, trade and contact within the Mediterranean, and the role of women and the lower classes. (This course is anchored in the ALV and CSI domains.)  (Cross-listed with ANTH 334 .)