In spring 1998, I am teaching three courses.
Materials for other courses that I have taught:
- The Classical City, CLCV 222
- East Meets West: The Near East in the Roman Era, CLCV 312 / AHIS 312
- Daily Life in the Roman World, FYSM 110
- Intermediate Greek 2, GRK 202, Homer and Herodotus
- The Foundations of Ancient History, HIST 111
- The Provinces of the Roman Empire, HIST 334
- The Age of Alexander the Great, HIST 374
- Roman Imperial Warfare, HIST 401-55
- The Age of Alexander the Great, HIST 801-02
- The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, HIST 402-78 and HIST 803-02
- Roman 'National' Literature: Livy and Virgil, LAT 222
- Tacitus, LAT 331
Some other resources available on the Web are:
- Trinity Classics Department Home Page
- Trinity History Department Home Page
- Warfare in the Ancient World
- Some materials relating to Ancient Warfare.
- University of Michigan
- One of the best introductory pages for Classical Archaeology
- Yahoo Ancient History Page
- An excellent starting point for all matters Roman
- Tables of Contents of Recent Periodicals of Interest to Classicists
Click here to return to the Trinity College Home Page. If you are interested in archaeological fieldwork, Cornell University provides a list of projects requiring personnel, or contact me or Martha Risser about the Caesarea project in Israel, which offers credit for Trinstudents.
Gary Reger and I recently organised a conference at Trinity in August 1997 on Regionalism in Hellenistic and Roman Asia Minor.
Hugh Elton, Dept. History, Trinity College, CT 06106