Anthropology
 

Archaeology of Egypt

Archaeology of Egypt
Survey of the most important archaeological sites, artifacts, and monuments of Egypt, their cultural contexts, as well as major methodological developments in Egyptian archaeology and Egyptology.
ANTHR
375
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 TaughtFall even years
 ProgramsContaining ANTHR 375
Course Outcomes: 

Identify important Sites and artifacts

-Students will master a survey of the most important archaeological sites, artifacts, and monuments of Egypt, their cultural contexts, as well as major methodological developments in Egyptian archaeology and Egyptology.

-Students will increase their abilities to think critically and creatively with regard to archaeological methodologies and theories in the field of Egyptology.

-Students will improve their abilities to give both a professional oral/speaking presentation and a critical written research paper of over 12 pages in length.

Strata-graphic Analysis

-Students will be able to place the artifacts and architectural remains of Ancient Egypt in a strata-graphic sequence in order to prepare them for excavation on-site in Egypt.