Apr 22, 2018  
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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ANT 3630 - Archaeology of Ancient Egypt



Credits: 3

Description: This course examines the archaeology of ancient Egypt in order to investigate the different ways we know about the world and ourselves, and the ways in which we deceive ourselves about what we think we know. It addresses a set of timeless social science issues as experienced by ancient Egyptians. Topics include the many classic Egyptian discoveries, as well as the latest archaeological research from sites like the Great Pyramids and Valley of the Kings. Egypt represents an important cradle of civilization and plays an important role in our understanding of the human past and the present.



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