In these fields, courses are taught and research directed by professors from the FSU Department of Classics.
Please note that Ancient Art may be a major field for the Master’s program and a minor field for the Ph.D program. However, it may not be the area of a doctoral dissertation.
Nancy de Grummond
Etruscan, Roman, Hellenistic
Greek Art and Architecture
Bronze Age Aegean, Egyptian
A detailed study of the major archaeological evidence related to the Bronze Age in Crete and Greece; the major sites, monuments and artistic works studied and analyzed.
Critical study and appraisal of Etruscan monuments and artistic works; major archaeological evidence for Etruscan culture.
A careful study of the monuments of classical Greece and its artistic productions; study of archaeological evidence and the accomplishments of classical Greek Art.
The archaeological evidence and artistic production of Rome from Augustus through the Antonines studied carefully with a view toward evaluating the period’s accomplishments.
Specific studies in aspects of classical art and archaeology. May be repeated to a maximum of nine (9) semester hours.