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CLAS 4100/6100

Ancient Roman Cities
Credit Hours:
3

Selected Roman cities and their architecture; principles upon which they were planned and designed. Roman reworking of the theories of Hippodamus, and study of the architectural writings of Vitruvius. Detailed study of the topography and monuments of various Roman cities, including Rome, Ostia, Alba Fucens, Saepinum, cities of Rome's provinces.

Prerequisites:
CLAS 1010 or permission of department

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