CLA 219/HIS 219

The Roman Empire, 31 B.C. to A.D. 337

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To study the Roman Empire at its height; to trace the transformation of government from a republican oligarchy to monarchy; to study the changes wrought by multiculturalism on the old unitary society; to trace the rise of Christianity from persecution to dominance; and to assess Rome’s contributions in historical context.

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