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CLAS 3321

History of Women in the Ancient World
Credit Hours:

The history of women in many of the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean and Middle East. The social, religious, and political roles played by women of different classes within the patriarchal framework of these societies. Emphasis will be placed on the reading and discussion of primary sources.

Cross-listed with HIST3321

Course Type:
Classical Culture

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