In the Beginning - Roots of Western Culture

The roots of “western” tradition(s) are often traced to the Classical Greeks. However, by the time that work on the Parthenon had begun, the peoples of the Near East and Northeastern Africa had already witnessed the rise and fall of a series of great civilizations for over ten thousand years. In fact, many of the elements of "classical" civilization can be traced to experiments made in this distant past

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CLAS 160B1/TRAD 102

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Undergraduate

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