J-Term '16: CLAS 241/341

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Behind the Marble, Beneath the Toga: The Real Lives, Writings, and Remains of the Romans

“Roman” conjures up an image of stern-faced old men frowning down from chiseled statues, centurions marching in lock-step, and dense, dusty tomes – cities filled with marble monuments and towering temples, all in pristine white. But Rome was also the melting pot of the ancient world, the center of religious and racial tolerance, whose writers celebrated the living pulse of the city. Crossing the divide between rural Abruzzo and urban Rome, this course seeks to explore the real lives and writings of Roman citizens and to revisit what it means to be a citizen in a civilized nation. We will visit Rome, Pompeii, Naples, Orvieto, L’Aquila, Roman and Pre-Roman sites, and several small towns.

Dates: Jan 10, 2016 - Jan 31, 2016
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# ID Date Miles mT CO2 Miles mT CO2 Miles mT CO2 Miles mT CO2
Total CO2
1 1119 2016-01-20 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 216,291 91.29 91.29
Total 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 216,291 91.29 91.29

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