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Department of Anthropology

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Archaeology of Ancient Egypt

Anthropology 3152 - Fall 2020

This course will cover major topics in the archaeology of ancient Egypt, incorporating the latest debates and archaeological discoveries. The course will emphasize Egyptian material culture, including settlements, landscapes, cities, tombs, pyramids, and temples, in order to model the wider cultural and social development over the past five millennia as well as the place of Egypt, globally. Students will learn to critically approach and assess Egyptian material culture in order to understand the social, historical, and geographical context of ancient Egypt - one of the most intriguing cultures in human history.
Course Attributes: EN SBU EthBU ISAS SSCFA SSCAR SSC

Section 01

ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANCIENT EGYPT
INSTRUCTOR: Woldekiros
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