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Course Title[Course Code]:Antiques of Greek and Roman Egypt[ARCH 2224]

Faculty: Arts
Department: History
Program: Archaeology
Compulsory / Elective:Compulsory
Undergraduate(Second Year-Second Semester)
Hours:
Lecture:( 4 ) Practical / Clinical:( - ) Tutorial:( - )

Course Description:
The course aims at introducing the 1 - a historical overview of the relationship between Egypt and Greece and Italy over the centuries since the Paranoiac era, up to the Egypt under the rule of Rome and its relationship with the Romanian States 2 - A study of the effects of Alexandria and the effects of the Mariot and Delta in the Greek and Roman era. 3 - a study of the effects of Middle Egypt, Fayoum in the same period. 4 - a study of the temples of Upper Egypt and the New Valley and Nubia (Kalabsha) in the Greco-Roman era. 5 - Study of Alexandria School in sculpture in the Greek and Roman era. 6 - Study of the evolution of personal photos in Egypt under the rule of the Roman emperors. 7 - the evolution of the coffin and a study of small arts groups and private groups terracotta and arches