01:070:207 Prehistoric Archaeology of Europe

3 credits
Course Description: The prehistory of Europe from the arrival of the first humans until the end of the Viking Age, focusing on Neanderthal and modern human interactions, the ritual systems of Paleolithic cave painters, the Atlantic societies that built megalithic monuments, the beginnings of agriculture, the Mycenaean culture, Northern European “barbarians” who terrorized Rome, trade, metallurgy, early states, writing, religion, and women in ancient societies. Prerequisite: 01:070:105.

Meets Core Curriculum Requirement: WCR or WCD, ITR

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Undergraduate Director
Robert S. Scott
Email - Robert S. Scott
Fall 22 Office Hours

Monday 2-3:30 pm BIO-210 or by apptmt

Undergraduate Assistant
Maydelle Romero
Email - Maydelle Romero
Available by email M-F 9-5; In office Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

 Departmental Chair
Ryne Palombit
Email - Ryne Palombit
Fall 22 Office Hours

Monday 5:30-6:30 BIO-209A or by apptmt
Tuesday 1:30-2:30 virtual or by apptmt