archaeology

Archaeology


Three Thursdays • 2:30 p.m.-3:45 p.m. • Auditorium/Stream


Instructor:
Bonnie Shirley J.D., M.A. Coordinator: TBD
Tech Coordinator:
TBD

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Origins of Dogs
September 22
Dogs are tools, companions, warriors, substitute children and the first domesticated animal. What are current theories for their origin? How did humans develop this relationship of biological mutualism? How many millennia have they lived with us?

The Ancient Etruscans
October 20
The Etruscans, their laws, literature, engineering and art greatly influenced the Romans. Who were these unique people? They were once the superpower of the Italian Peninsula. They live on in the art and architecture of several regions of Italy, such as Tuscany.

Pakal
November 17
Pakai was the great King of the Mayan city state of Palenque. He ruled for 68 years, and the city flourished under his guidance, creating some of the most beautiful of Mayan structures.