Lt Antique/Post-Imp Lat Lit:(Sr)

Lt Antique/Post-Imp Lat Lit:(Sr)

Prefix: 
CLA
Course Number: 
528

A study of one or more works selected from Latin literature of late antiquity, or after the fall of the empire in the west, from approximately 200 AD into the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Authors and works may include early Christian Latin writers such as Augustine, late antique pagan writers such as the historian Ammianus, as well as medieval poetry, the Latin novel, medieval Christian writers, and Renaissance figures such as Erasmus. A particular author, work, genre, or theme is selected each time the course is offered. Textual analysis is emphasized, as well as the historical and cultural setting of the text and author. May be repeated to a maximum of nine credits under a different subtitle. Prereq: CLA 301 or equivalent.

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