ACABS 587 - Selected Topics in Ancient Egyptian History and Culture
Section: 001 Ancient Egypt in the Later Periods (c. 1070 BCE-642 CE)
Term: FA 2009
Subject: Ancient Civilizations and Biblical Studies (ACABS)
Department: LSA Middle East Studies
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May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit(s).
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Ancient Egypt in the later periods (c. 1070 BCE-642 CE) has historically been neglected by scholars in favor of the New Kingdom and earlier periods. But these later periods of Egyptian history are of great interest for the historian: Egypt's changing relationships with its neighbors, its adaptations to increasinly long periods of foreign rule and the resiliency and persistence of its indigenous culture are important aspects of this time. Students will explore recent scholarship on Egypt in the later periods, examine the period as a whole and do concentrated research on a specific period within the course's larger timeframe. Grades will be based on midterm exam, oral presentation, and research paper.

ACABS 587 - Selected Topics in Ancient Egyptian History and Culture
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001 (SEM)
W 5:30PM - 8:30PM
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ISBN: 0192802933
The Oxford history of ancient Egypt, Author: ed. by Ian Shaw., Publisher: Oxford Univ. Press 2002
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