ANALYTICAL TABLE OF REQUIRED CLASSES

The Programme of Studies in Archaeology comprises 45 subjects, structured as follows:

6 Introductory level 100 courses in Archaeology (Compulsory)

ARC 117 Introduction to Prehistory
ARC 118 Introduction to the Mediterranean Bronze Age Cultures
ARC 123 Introduction to Classical Archaeology I (Geometric – Classical period)
ARC 124 Introduction to Classical Archaeology II (Hellenistic and Roman periods)
ARC 132 Introduction to Byzantine Art and Archaeology
ARC 140 Introduction to Folk Art- Traditional Craftsment

6 Introductory level 100 courses in History (Compulsory)

HIS 105 Introduction to Historical Studies, Philosophy and Methodology of History
HIS 108 Introduction to Modern Greek History
HIS 112 Introduction to Byzantine History
HIS 134 Introduction to Medieval Western History
HIS 144 Introduction to Ancient History
HIS 181 Introduction to European History (1789-1918)

4 courses in Archaeology (Compulsory)

ARC 141 Introduction to Environemental Archaeology

ARC 250 Archaeometry

ARC 150 Introdution to the History of Western Art (4th - 18th century)

ARC 180 Introduction to Maritime Archaeology

9 Level 200 courses in Archaeology distributed among the following thematic areas (Compulsory)

       2 Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology
      Students can choose from the following courses that are offered over a 4-year cycle.
      ARC 208 The Archaeology of Cyprus in the Bronze Age
      ARC 210 Aegean Prehistory: from Poliochni to Golden Mycenae
      ARC 211 Minoan Palatial Civilization
      ARC 212 Mycenaean Civilization
      ARC 213 Cyprus in the Late Bronze Age: The Age of      Cosmopolitanism
      ARC 214 Protohistoric Cyprus

       3 Classical Archaeology (Sculpture, Vase painting or  Monumental painting and Architecture)
      Students can choose from the following courses that are   offered over a 4-year cycle.
      ARC 220 Pottery, Vase painting and Crafts in Classic Times
      ARC 222 Alexandria, Centre of the Hellenistic World
      ARC 224 Hellenistic and Roman Art of Cyprus
      ARC 225 Archaeology of the Hellenistic Period
      ΑΡC 226 Ancient Greek Sculpture
      ARC 227 Rome, centre op the ancient world
      ARC 228 Hellenistic and Roman Cyprus
      ARC 229 Ancient mosaics and other pavements
      ARC 289 Ancient Greek Architecture
      ARC 290 Gods, heroes and mortals in attic vase painting
      ARC 291 Topography of Athens
      ARC 297 Greek Sanctuaries: Foundation and Development
      ARC 299 The genesis of large-scale sculpture in Greece

      2 Byzantine Archaeology (Byzantine Architecture, Painting and / or Iconography, Post-Byzantine Art)
     Students can choose from the following courses that are offered  over a 4-year cycle.
     ARC 231 Early Christian and Proto Byzantine Art (from the beginnings to AD 867)
     ARC 232 Middle Age Byzantine Art (867 - 1204 AD)
     ARC 233 Late Byzantine Art (1204-1453 AD)
     ARC 234 Post-Byzantine Art (1453-1830/1878 AD)
     ARC 235 Late Byzantine Monumental Painting (1204-1453)
     ARC 238 Byzantine Epigraphy
     ARC 239 Post-Byzantine Art
     ARC 260 Painting in the Late Byzantine Period (13th-15th cent.)
     ARC 261 Monumental Painting from the beginnings to the end of Iconoclasm
     ARC 262 Monumental Byzantine Painting (867-1204 AD)
     ΑRC 265 Late-byzantine and Post-byzantine Architecture

      1 Byzantine Archaeology or History of Art: Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque

      1 Material Culture of Modern Times
     Students can choose from the following courses that are offered over a 4-year cycle.
     ARC 240 Folk Art of Cyprus and Greece Α' (weaving/textiles,  embroidery, traditional costume etc)
     ARC 241 Traditional Architecture
     ARC 242 Traditional Rural Architecture
     ARC 243 Traditional Urban Architecture
     ARC 244 Folk Art B/ (gold and silver-smithing, copper-work, decorated pottery, wood- and stone carving etc)

        3 Level 200 elective courses offered by the Department in  History or Archaeology
     Students can choose freely from the courses offered by the Department.

      3 Level 300 courses (Seminars) in Archaeology
     Students can choose from the following courses that are offered  over a 4-year cycle.
     ARC 310 The archaeology of Cypriot Prehistory: Interpretative approaches
     ARC 311 Cyprus in the Early Iron Age
     ARC 312 Ceramic studies of the Aegean and Cypriot Bronze  Age
     ARC 322 Wall-paintings and Mosaics of the Classical Period
     ARC 323 Written Sources and Mosaics
     ARC 324 Classical and Hellenistic Paintings
     ARC 325 Cypriot Mosaics
     ΑRC 327 Antioch and the Syro-Palaestinian Coast
     ARC 328 Parthenon and its time
     ARC 331 Christian Iconography: from Catacombs to the  restoration of the Icons
     ARC 332 Iconographical cycles
     ARC 333 Late Byzantine Art (1204 -1453) – Part Β
     ARC 334 Centres of Post-Byzantine Painting
     ARC 335 Middle-byzantine painting to the non-Greek Byzantine areas
     ARC 336 Iconography of the Late Byzantine Painting (13th-15th cent.)
     ARC 337 Illuminated manuscripts from the beginning of Christian       Art to the end of Iconoclasm
     ARC 340 Pottery Seminar
     ARC 342 Material Life during the 18th and 19th centuries in relation to written sources
     ARC 343 Arts, crafts, techniques of heritage (18th – 20th c.)
     ARC 350 Exchange Systems during the Bronze Age
     ARC 351 Archaeometry and Prehistory

      3 Courses in Ancient Greek Philology
     AEF 131 Ancient Greek Prose Composition
     AEF ... 2 other courses in Ancient Greek Philology

      2 Courses in Latin Philology
     LAT 195 Latin Prose Composition
     LAT ... 1 other course in Latin Philology

      1 Courses in Byzantine Philology
     ΒMG 120 Introduction to Modern Greek Philology
     BMG... 1 course in Modern Greek Philology

      2 Courses in Modern Greek Philology
     ΒMG 120 Introduction to Modern Greek Philology
     BMG... 1 course in Modern Greek Philology

     3 Free Elective courses
     From three different schools

     3 Courses in a Foreign language