Classics - Family Life in Ancient Greece

University College Dublin

 

Course Name Classics - Family Life in Ancient Greece
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code GRC30070
Course Type Lifelong Learning
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Attendance Options Part time
Location (Districts) Belfield
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment TRIMESTER: Autumn
Application Date 2022-2023 Academic Year
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Duration

Expand+Autumn Trimester - September to December
MODE OF DELIVERY: Face-to-Face

Student Effort Hours:
Student Effort Type Hours
Specified Learning Activities 40
Autonomous Student Learning 45
Lectures 11
Tutorial 5
Total 101

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Eligibility Requirements, Exclusions and Recommendations

Learning Recommendations:
It is desirable for students to have a basic knowledge of ancient Greek history and culture at the start of this module.

Module Requisites and Incompatibles
Not applicable to this module.
Course Content

Expand+GRC30070 Family Life in Ancient Greece
Academic Year 2022/2023

This module explores the history of family groups in the ancient Greek world in the Archaic (Homeric), Classical and Hellenistic periods. Topics studied include: marriage & adultery, ...

Number of Credits 5
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