Welcome to ANCIENT GREEK RELIGION: CLST 4003 H.
Honors Classical Studies Colloquium
University of Arkansas. Spring, 2002.
Professor Daniel B. Levine
Tuesday/Thursday 2:00-3:20 PM
BADM room 433
Illustration: Detail from "Wedding of Peleus and Thetis". Dinos (large wine bowl) by Sophilos, Athens, ca. 580 BCE. Perhaps a wedding gift itself. British Museum.
Click below for links to the following:
NEW: Professor's Term Paper Expectations (April 15, 2002).
READING AND REPORT SCHEDULE FOR THE LAST THREE WEEKS OF CLASSES.
Student Notes on ATHENIAN RELIGION: A HISTORY, BY ROBERT PARKER
Student Notes on OXFORD READINGS IN GREEK RELIGION (ed. by Richard Buxton)
Student Notes on MAGIKA HIERA: ANCIENT GREEK MAGIC & RELIGION (ed. Faraone, Obbink)
Power Point Slides: January 22: Altars, Votives, etc. in Greek Religion.
Power Point Slides: January 29: Coin, Tombstone, Censer, Votives and more Votives
Power Point Slides: January 31. ATHENS AGORA AND KERAMEIKOS CEMETERY
Power Point Slides: February 12: Eleusinian Mysteries
NOTES BY RICHARD CALDWELL ON CERTAIN PASSAGES IN HESIOD'S THEOGONY.
HYMN TO DEMETER ASSIGNMENT AND Reports: February 14-26 ATHENIAN RELIGION: A HISTORY
ELEUSINIAN MYSTERIES OF DEMETER AND PERSEPHONE: DR. DAVE FREDRICK'S SUMMARY
SUGGESTIONS FOR TERM PAPER TOPICS
Amphiktuones: Religious League Description (from Perseus)
Some Tips on Writing Papers for this Class
A Few Images in Greek Art with Religious Import
Preliminary Schedule of Readings
Homer Essay (due January 29)
Hesiod Essay (due February 12)
Hesiod: Works and Days Study Questions
Hesiod Theogony Study Questions
Notes from Walter Burkert, GREEK RELIGION (class: 1/15/02)
Curriculum Vitae: Daniel Levine
University of Arkansas Trip to Greece: May 17-June 8
University of Arkansas Classics Club Home Page: Eta Sigma Phi
Perseus Project Home Page: Classics Resources of High Quality and Quantity