Religion in Greece & Rome F18 (CLAS*3100) | College of Arts

Religion in Greece & Rome F18 (CLAS*3100)

Code and section: CLAS*3100*01

Term: Fall 2018

Instructor: P. O'Cleirigh


Course objectives:

To study the ritual and theology of the Greek and the Romans in the course of

the millennium from Homer to Julian (from the 7th century b.c.e through the 4th century c.e).


Learning outcomes:

On successfully completing this course the student will possess an advanced

understanding of the practice of religion in both Ancient Greece and Rome as well as of the

beliefs which underpinned it.



CLAS*1000 or CLAS*2000








Method of presentation:

Lectures and seminars


Evaluation method:



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