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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-303

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302 EVENING CLASSES ANCIENT HISTORY Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to The Roman Republic from October to Christmas The Roman Empire after Christmas Greek Art Summer Term Syllabus of the lectures on Roman History First Series -1 Introductory-the Place of Rome in History The National Epic of Rome Virgil's Mneid The Domestic Religion of the Romans The Roman Family ╬┤ The National Religion of Rome The Popu- lations of Ancient Italy and the Rise of Rome The Roman Aristocracy The Incorporation of the Plebs The Conquest of Italy 10 The Incorporation of Italy Second Series -1 Carthago The Eastern and Western Conquests The Rise of the Empire The Organisation of the Empire Early Roman Law Roman Law under the Empire The Fall of the Empire Roman Philosophy The Preparation for Feudalism 10 The Preparation for Christianity Text-book -Merivale and Puller's School History of Rome knowledge of this text-book being presupposed the lectures will deal chiefly with the broader features of Roman history The Lectures on Greek Art will be specially designed to illustrate the monuments in the British Museum During the following year the course will be completed the subjects being the History of Greece-Greek Poetry Philosophy and Science-and the History of the East The various series extending over two years will be continuous and are intended to offer complete view of Ancient History
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