Private Lives & Public Spectacles in Greece & Rome
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The name of the course has been updated to just "CLAS 1003 - Introduction to Ancient Greek and Roman History" now, so it covers a broader field than the previous title of the course suggests. We looked at historians such as Herodotus and Thucydides and the differences in the way they record history, as well as politics in Ancient Greece and Rome and how politicians like Caesar and Cicero gained power. The suggested textbooks about spectacle on this page aren't necessary anymore, though they may be useful if you choose certain essay topics (like how Caesar used public spectacle to gain political influence).