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I have taught a whole range of courses in Roman history. What follows is a brief summary of the content of some of them . Not every course is taught every year.
CL1560: Roman History and Society: The Julio-Claudians (note this is a different course to that taught by Prof Rankov)
CL 2363: Augustus: Propaganda and Power
CL2366: The Roman Republic: A Social and Economic History
CL2367: The Rise of the Roman Empire: An Economic and Social History
CL3361: The City: Rome to the Medieval World
CL3460: Culture and Identity from Nero to Hadrian (BA Course)
CL3461: Tacitus: The Making of History
The Late Roman and Early Byzantine City (MA)
CL5306: An Economic and Social History of Roman Italy
CL5460: Culture and Identity from Nero to Hadrian (MA Course)
CL5314 Cities of Empire
CL5320: Cities of God
These are the course which are current
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