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NEST 319 The Archaeology of Ancient Iraq and Syria: Babylon and Beyond
An overview of the archaeology of the ancient Near East, with special emphasis on the civilizations of Mesopotamia, from the appearance of the first cities (c. 3400 BCE) to the end of the Persian period (c. 330 BCE).
Pre-reqs: (NEST 101 is highly recommended.)
Equivalents: ARTH 319
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|NEST 319 001||Lecture||2||Mon Wed Fri||10:00||11:00|
Please check cnrs.ubc.ca or contact the instructor for web-based course delivery information. NEST 319 is equivalent to ARTH 319. If this course is full, students can register in the equivalent section. ARTH 319 will apply towards Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies program requirements in the same way as NEST 319. Please contact the CNERS undergraduate advisor with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.