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SYLLABUS

ROME  PROGRAM  COURSES  SYLLABUS
AND  REQUIRED  READINGS : 2013

TEXTS REQUIRED FOR ALL COURSES:
EW  = Eyewitness Travel Guide: Rome
PP  = Images, etc., in POWER POINTS on the course webpages for CLAS 4350/6350 and 4400/6400  (the Power Points are numbered 1-6), and HANDOUTS on eLC
CLAS 4350 / 6350 = Ancient Rome (Dr. Anderson):
ROM = A. Claridge, Rome: An Oxford Archaeological Guide, 2nd edition
RA = P. Aicher, Rome Alive: A Source Guide to the Ancient City, Vol. 1 [copies on Program bookshelf]
HIB = C. Hibbert, Rome: The Biography of a City [copies on Program bookshelf]
CLAS 4400 / 6400 = The Art of Rome [Studies Abroad in Rome] (Dr. Anderson):
ART = F. S. Kleiner, A History of Roman Art: Enhanced Edition.
CLAS 4305  = The Urban Tradition of Rome (Dr. Anderson):
HIB =C. Hibbert, Rome: The Biography of a City [copies on Program bookshelf]
LATN 4405/6405 = The Latin Tradition of Rome (Dr. Anderson):
RAL = P. Aicher, Rome Alive: A Source-Guide to the Ancient City, Vol. II: Original Sources.

Fr 5/24:  AM: Benvenuti in Roma !  (arrivals)
PM (before dinner?):  walk in our neighborhood (Piazza Sallustio, Via Flavia, etc.)
CLAS 4350: EW: pp.17-41 / RA: pp. xv-xx

Sa 5/25: AM: Orientation 1: Piazza Fiume, Aurelianic Walls, Porta Pia, Via Montebello area (lavanderia)
PM: Orientation 2: Via Veneto, Villa Borghese, Monte Pincio, Spanish Steps, Piazza Barberini
CLAS 4350: EW: 251-259 / ROM: 1-3

Su 5/26  :  Rome as palimpsest 1  :  a walk to & in downtown Rome (depart from the Ercoli)
            PM: RIGHT AFTER DINNER : brief meeting of ALL classes
CLAS 4350 & 4400: EW: 52-55, 156-162 /ROM: 197-204 / RA: xxiii- xxix and 2-13 / PP: 1.1 / HANDOUTS: A (1: Vergil) & B (2: map)
CLAS 4305 : HIB: chaps. 1 (3-23).

Mo 5/27 :  Rome as Palimpsest 2 : visit to San Clemente & the excavations beneath it (AM)
CLAS 4350 & 4305: EW: 186-7 (on S. Clemente) / ROM: 319-323 (on S. Clemente) / RA: 240-44 (#94) / PP:1.1-3 / HANDOUTS: 1 & 2 / HIB: chap. 2 (24-44)
LATN 4405: RAL #3.1-2 (pp. 6-8) and  #10. 2, 4 & 5 (pp. 29-30) = BE PREPARED TO
TRANSLATE ANY & ALL THE  LATIN .  We will meet right after dinner tonight, and set details of meeting times, etc., for the rest of the Program.  LATN assignments appear on this syllabus on the first class day of each week; that does NOT mean we will meet only on those days.  Assignments are for a full week.

Tu 5/28 : Regal & Etruscan Rome 1: early Roman Forum (archaic graves, Regia, Curia &
            Comitium, basilicas, Vesta), early Palatine Hill (Romulus & archaic Rome)
CLAS 4350:  RA: pp. 72-94 (# 21-30), 99-102 (#35), 107-111 (#38-42), 129-36 (# 49-52), 148-155 (#58-61) / ROM:  pp. 4-7(top), 62-77, 74-75, 83-86(top), 88-95, 100-111 [all on the early Forum]; 124-127(top), 129-34 [early Palatine] / HIB: chaps. 3 & 4 (pp. 45-80) / PP: 1.1-3 / HANDOUTS: 1 & 2

We 5/29: Rome’s Etruscan Predecessors : the Villa Giulia National Etruscan Museum
CLAS 4350 & 4400:  ART: begin pp. xxvi (bottom) - xlvii “Etruria” / EW: 262-63 / PP:1.4-8 / ROM: 477(bottom)-481

Th 5/30:  Etruscans & Etruscan Art : EXCURSION to Tarquinia and Cerveteri
CLAS 4350 & 4400: ART: finish pp. xxvi (bottom) – xlvii (“Etruria”) / PP: 1.8-23 / HANDOUTS: 3

Fr 5/31: Regal & Etruscan Rome 2 : temples of Fortuna & Mater Matuta; Capitoline Hill – Conservatori Museum, JupOpMax, Mons Tarpeia, auguraculum, Juno Moneta
CLAS 4350:  EW: 65-74 / RA: 42-53 (#9-10), 57-64 (#12-15), 272-274 (#111-112) / ROM: 259- 273 [the Capitoline]; 282(bottom)-284 [Sant’Omobono] / PP: 1.24-28 / HANDOUTS: 4
CLAS 4400: ART: pp. 1-5 (top)
CLAS 4305: HIB: chap. 5 (pp. 81-96)

Sa 6/1 & Su 6/2 :  WEEKEND   J  KEEP ON READING !!!!!!!!
(NOTE: Sunday, 6/2 is the Festa della Repubblica with military parades, etc. !!)

Mo 6/3:  Republican Rome 1 : Circus Maximus, Ara Maxima, S. Maria in Cosmedin, Forum Holitorium temples, Tiber island, Trastevere
CLAS 4350: EW: 36-37; 153; 200-203; 205; 207-211; 215-219 / ROM: 285(mid)-290, 299-300 [Circus Maximus],257-258 [Tiber Island] / RA: 54-57 (#11), 267-68 (#105), 274-85 (#113-120) / PP: 2.1-4
CLAS 4400: ART: pp. 5-9
LATN 4405: RAL #62.1 (pp. 89-90), #73.1 & 8 (pp. 111, 112), #74.6 & 10 (pp. 114 & 115)

Tu 6/4:  Republican Rome 2 : Largo Argentina, S. Andrea della Valle, Pompey’s theater, Tartarughe fountain & Ghetto, S. Nicola in carcere temples, Theater of Marcellus, Porticus of Octavia
CLAS 4350: EW: 142-152 / RA: 214-216 (thru #81.2), 222-229 (#86-87), 259-65 (#99-103) /  R&E: pp. 260-265; 266(bot)-280, 283-85, 313(bot)-315 / ROM: 239-246(mid), 253(bot)-256, 274-282 / PP: 2.5-7 / HANDOUTS: 5
CLAS 4305: HIB: chaps. 6-8 (pp. 97-138)

We 6/5: Roman Art 1: first visit to Palazzo Massimo Museum: art of the Republic
CLAS 4350: ROM: SKIM 33-61 / HIB: REVIEW chap. 3 (pp. 45-63) / HANDOUTS: B. 1: Construction / EW: 163-164 / ROM: 483-485 [Palazzo Massimo]
CLAS 4400: ART: pp. 10-15 & chaps. 3 & 4 (pp. 31-59) / PP: 2.8-22
CLAS 4305: HIB: chaps. 9-10 (pp. 139-164).

Th 6/6:  ALL  CLASSES  MEET  (Ercoli Dining Room, beginning at 9:30 AM)
Use today to catch up with the reading assignments AND to get ready for Campania

Fr 6/7: EXCURSION to Campania 1: DEPART  AT  7 AM – CLAS 4350 & 4960H WILL
MEET ON  THE  BUS !!!.  We will arrive at Paestum in time for lunch, then site visit in the PM :  Paestum – Greek temples, Roman town, museum (prior to lunch?)
CLAS 4400: ART: pp. xxi-xxvi / PP: 3.1-3

Sa 6/8: EXCURSION to Campania 2: Pompeii (all day) and Oplontis
CLAS 4350 & 4400: ART: Chaps. 2 (17-29) & 10 (139-151) / PP: 3.4-18 / HANDOUTS: A. 5-8: Pliny describes eruption of Vesuvius

Su 6/9: EXCURSION to Campania 3 - Roman Art 2: DEPART hotel at 9:00 AM
AM: Naples Archaeological Museum
CLAS 4400: ART: Chaps. 6 (pp. 78-87) & 8 (pp.102-115) / PP: 3.19-25
PM: Return to Rome by bus

Mo 6/10 & Tu 6/11:   Weekend J

We 6/12:  Augustan Rome  :  Tomb of Aelius Paetus, Piazza del Popolo, Mausoleum of Augustus, Ara Pacis
CLAS 4350:  EW: 137-141 / RA: 240-251 (#94-96) / ROM: 204(mid)-216(mid) / HIB: chap. 17 (286-303) / PP: 4.1-11 / HANDOUTS: 2.2 & A.2
CLAS 4400: ART: Chap. 5 (pp. 61-77)
CLAS 4305: HIB: Chap. 17 (pp. 286-303)  -- NO, that’s NOT a TYPO = Chap. 17 (Roma fascista) – relates directly to some of what we’ll visit this morning J
LATN 4403: RAL, #66.2 (pp. 99-100), 66.4 (p. 101), 68.1 & 2 (p. 103), 95.1 & 2 (p. 140), 96. 13 & 14 (pp. 143-144)

Th 6/13: CLASSES MEET BRIEFLY (Ercoli Salone – begin 9:30 AM), followed by Roman Art 3: second visit to Palazzo Massimo Museum
CLAS 4400: ART: Chaps. 9 (121-137), 11 (153-169) & 12 (171-185)
CLAS 4305 : HIB: Chaps. 11 & 12 (pp. 165-199)

Fr 6/14:  Imperial Rome 1: Forum & Palatine:  Forum, Palatine Hill, Arch of Titus, Nero’s Golden House, Colosseum
CLAS 4350: EW: 77-81, 92-101 / RA: 102-106 (#36), 112-121 (# 43-46), 136-139 (#53), 155-169 (#62-65), 170-184 (#66-70) / ROM:  78-83, 111-113 & 121-123 (later Forum), 124-128, 145-155(mid) [Domitian’s Palace], 301-306 [Golden House], 312(mid)-319(top) [Colosseum] / PP: 4.12-25 / HANDOUTS: 6
CLAS 4400: ART: 116-119 (“Golden House”)

Sa 6/15: Imperial Rome 2 : Imperial Fora of Caesar, Augustus, Vespasian, Domitian and Trajan; Trajan’s Markets & Museum
CLAS 4350: EW: 88-91 / ROM: 160-195 / RA: 188-213 (#73-80) / PP: 4.26-31

Su 6/16 & Mo 6/17:  Weekend   J

Tu 6/18:  Ostia 1: Imperial port city, first visit – Forum, insulae, houses, baths, etc.
CLAS 4350 & 4400: ART: Chap. 14 (203-215) / EW: 270-271 / PP: 5.1-8 / HANDOUTS: 7
LATN 4405: RAL, #77.6 (pp. 120-121)

We 6/19:  Imperial  Rome 3: Hadrian’s Rome (and Caravaggio's) : (S. Maria del Popolo,
M. Aurelius’ Column, Hadrianeum, Pantheon, S. Luigi, S. Agostino, Piazza Navona)
CLAS 4350: EW: 102-106, 110-113, 115-122 / RA: 231-240 (#89-93) / ROM: 218-239(mid) / PP: 5.9-13 / HANDOUTS: 8
CLAS 4400: ART: Chap. 13 (171-185)

Th 6/20:  Imperial  Rome 4: EXCURSION to Hadrian’s Villa & Tivoli (Villa d’Este);
late PM: Aqueducts at Le Cappanelle (Cinecitta)
CLAS 4350:  EW: 172-73; 265, 268-69 / RA: 25-41 (# 7-8) / ROM: 60-61 [aqueducts], PP: 5.14-15 / HANDOUTS: 9 & 10
CLAS 4400: review ART: pp. 178-181 (on Hadrian’s Villa)
CLAS 4305: HIB: chap. 13 (pp. 200-226)

Fr 6/21:  Roman Art 4: Capitoline & Conservatori Museums
CLAS 4350: EW: 70-73 / ROM: 460-468 / RA: 116-118 (#44)
CLAS 4400: ART: Chap. 15 (pp. 217-229) / PP: 5.16-33

Sa 6/22 & Su 6/23 :  WEEKEND    J

Mo 6/24:  Imperial Rome 5: Severan Rome: Baths of Caracalla, Septizodium, Janus, Arch of
Argentarii, S. Giorgio in Velabro, Forum Arch
CLAS 4350: RA: 296-303 (# 128), 305-307 (#130) / ROM: 357-365(mid), 158(bot)-159 [Septizodium], 291-295 / PP: 5.34-38 AND “SEVERAN DAY” FILE
CLAS 4400: ART: Chap. 16 (pp. 231-245)
LATN 4405: #78.2 (p. 121), #128.20 (p. 174), #130.1 (pp. 175-76)

Tu 6/25: Late Antique Rome 1 : Baths of Diocletian, St. Peter’s Basilica, Castel S. Angelo
CLAS 4350: EW: 163-164, 230-233, 248-249 / ROM: 391-395 (Baths), 410(bot) – 415 (S. Angelo) / HIB: review pp. 165-178 (St. Peter’s) / PP: 5.13 & 6.1-3 / HANDOUTS: 11
CLAS 4305: HIB: Chaps. 13 & 14 (pp. 200-243)

We 6/26: Late Antique 2 – Ostia 2: Museum and Cult Sites
CLAS 4350:  PP:  6.4-10 / HANDOUTS: 12
CLAS 4400: ART: Chap. 18 (pp. 263-277)

Th 6/27: Late Antique Rome 3: Catacombs of Priscilla, Arch of Gallienus, S. Prassede, Sta. Maria Maggiore
CLAS 4350:  EW : 168-174 / ROM: 454-455 (catacomb)
CLAS 4400:  ART: Chap. 19 (pp. 279-289)
CLAS 4305: HIB: Chaps. 15 (pp. 244-273) & 16 (pp. 286-304)

Fr 6/28: Late Antique Rome 3: Arch of Constantine, temple of Venus & Roma, basilica ofMaxentius, SS. Cosmas & Damian ; Visit to the Janiculum & Bramante’s Tempietto
CLAS 4350: EW: 86, 91, 216-219 / RA: 139-145 (#54-56), 184-186 (#71) / ROM: 306-312 [Arch], 113-117 [Maxentius], 118-121 [V&R] / PP: 6.11-15 / HANDOUTS: 13
CLAS 4400: ART: Chap. 20 (pp. 291-306)
CLAS 4305: HIB: review Chap. 17 (pp. 286-304) and Epilogue (pp. 305-311)

Sa 6/29: EXAMS (CLAS 4350 = AM, start at 9:30) / CLAS 4305 & LATN 4405 = PM, start at 3:00)
LATN 4405 EXAM ASSIGNMENT: RAL, #67.2 (pp. 101-102)
Su 6/30:  DAY OF REFLECTION – FREE DAY AT VATICAN MUSEUMS (visit required if you have not already gone)
CLAS 4400: EW: 234-247 / PP: 6.16-21 AND 1.29-30.
Mo 7/1:  LAST EXAM (CLAS 4400 = AM, start at 9:30)
            CENA FESTIVA – closing dinner at the Ercoli, 7:00 PM
Tu 7/2:  Program ends -- A.M.: departures from Ercoli for airport (or wherever). Departure time for bus to FCO airport to be announced, but assume it will be VERY early, ca. 6:00 or 6:30 AM in order to connect with all overseas flights !