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ANTH 258

Archaeology

(formerly ANTH 354) Archaeology is much more than digging into the ancient past. It is also a form of detective work that allows us to understand ancient as well as modern societies by uncovering the clues of their material remains. In this course, we see how archaeologists show how and why civilizations rise and collapse. Prerequisite: ANTH 151, ANTH 153 or sophomore standing. Not open to students with credit for ANTH 354.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Social Sciences ANTH 151, ANTH 153 or sophomore standing 1 course

Spring Semester information

Lydia Marshall

258A: Archaeology