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ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANCIENT CIVILIZATION (FORMERLY ANTHR 106)

General ElectiveSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives

Course Description
A course on the archaeology of ancient civilizations. Students compare ancient civilizations of the New World and the Old World to investigate how complex societies differ, in structure and internal dynamics, from simpler societies. They address the issue of how and why complex societies arose in some areas, and not in others, as well as why complex societies collapse.

Course Details

Contact Hours

Credits: 5.0

Lecture: 50
Total: 50

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 Item #  Year Quarter  Instructor Syllabus Additional Files
7815 Spring 2020 Keith, Kathryn
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