ANALYTICAL PROGRAMME - DIRECTION HISTORY

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 Craftsmen

 

6 Introductory level 100 courses in History (Compulsory)

HIS105 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)

 

13 Level 200 courses in History distributed among the following thematic areas (Compulsory)

2 Ancient History

Students can choose from the following courses that are offered over a 4-year cycle.

 

HIS 239 Archaic Period
HIS 240 Roman History: From the Civil Wars to the Principate of Augustus
HIS 241 Hellenistic and Roman Delos (167-69 B.C.)
HIS 242 Hellenistic History – The Ptolemies
HIS 243 Roman History: Imperial Times
HIS 244 Constitution and Topography of Classical Athens
HIS 245 Phoenicia
HIS 246 Hellenistic Palestine
HIS 247 Roman Res Publica
HIS 248 Roman History: from Res Publica to the Imperial times
HIS 249 Classical Athens

 

2 Byzantine History

Students can choose from the following courses that are offered over a 4-year cycle.

HIS 211 History of the Early Byzantine Period
HIS 212 History of the Middle Byzantine Period
HIS 213 Diplomacy and intercultural communication in Byzantium
HIS 215 Constantine Porphyrogenitus "To his own son Romanos"
HIS 216 Late Byzantium and the Frankish Middle East
HIS 217 Comnenoi and Angeloi (1081-1204)
HIS 218 rom the end of the Ancient World to the formation of the Greek Middle

Ages (300-800 A.D.)

HIS 221 The Early Byzantine Period (AD 330-610)
HIS 222 Diplomacy and intercultural communication in Byzantium
HIS 223 The Early Middle Ages: Byzantium, The West and Islam (A.D. 600-900)

 

2 Medieval History

Students can choose from the following courses that are offered over a 4-year cycle.

HIS 231 History of the Early Middle Ages (500-1000 AD.)
HIS 232 The High Middle Ages (1000-1300)
HIS 233 The Late Middle Ages (1300-1500 AD.)
HIS 234 The History of Frankish Cyprus
HIS 235 Medieval Intellectual History
HIS 236 Institutions and Communities in Greek Lands under Latin Rule
HIS 237 The Greeks under Venetian and Turkish rule (15th and 18th c.)
ΗΙS 238 History of Cyprus (Historical Sources 12th century)

 

2 Modern and Contemporary Hellenic History

Students can choose from the following courses that are offered over a 4-year cycle.

HIS 224 Modern Greek Political History
HIS 225 The History of the Cyprus National Movement
HIS 226 Greek Diplomatic History
HIS 227 The British Rule in the Greek World
ΗΙS 228 The Republic of Cyprus 1959-1974. The Political History

 

2 Modern and Contemporary European History

Students can choose from the following courses that are offered over a 4-year cycle.

HIS 285 Europe 1918-1945: From Versailles to the fall of Nazi Germany
HIS 286 History of south-east Europe (c.1800– c.1990)
HIS 251 Modern European History. 19th century. From the French Revolution to the First World Word
HIS 252 War and Piece. The history of Europe during the 20th century

 

2 Modern Greek History

Students can choose from the following courses that are offered over a 4-year cycle.

HIS 294 Military Interventions in Greek Politics, 1909-1936
HIS 295 Irredentism and Greek national claims during the 20th century

1 Post-war World

Students can choose from the following courses that are offered over a 4-year cycle.

  HIS 282History of the State of Israel: from the Zionist movement until today

2 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 History

Students can choose from the following courses that are offered over a 4-year cycle.

 

HIS 302 Cyprus under British Rule (1878-1945)
HIS 303 Corporate organization of the Cypriot Diaspora
HIS 304 Theory and Methodology of History
HIS 305 The Republic of Cyprus 1959-1974. Political History
HIS 306 Oral History Seminar
HIS 307 History of Cypriot volunteerism in the times of British rule
HIS 308 Neo-hellenic diaspora and emigration: 1830-to date
HIS 310 Civil Wars
HIS 311 Byzantine Diplomacy
HIS 312 Byzantine Cyprus
HIS 313 Seminar: Iconoclasm
HIS 314 Seminar on Byzantine History
HIS 315 Byzantium and Italy (395 – 1071)
HIS 316 Byzantium and Persia
HIS 317 The Period of the conquest of Constantinople (1453)
HIS 318 The internal history of Byzantium in the 12th century
HIS 319 State, Church and Monachism in Byzantium till the Iconoclastic Era
HIS 320 The years of the conquest of Constantinople
HIS 330 History of the European Middle Ages
HIS 331 Crusaders and Greeks in the 12th c
HIS 332 The Ecclesiastical history of Cyprus in the Frankish period
HIS 333 Frankish Greece (1204-1261)
HIS 340 Provinces of the Ptolemaic State
HIS 341 Provinces of the Roman East
HIS 342 Aspects of Federal Organisation in Antiquity

3 Courses in Ancient Greek Philology

 

AEF 131 Ancient Greek Prose Composition
AEF 131 2 other courses in Ancient Greek Philology

 

2 Courses in Latin Philology

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

 

2 Courses in Byzantine Philology

ΒMG 100 Reading Byzantine Texts
BMG... 1 course in Byzantine Philology

 

2 Courses in Modern Greek Philology

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

4 Free Elective courses

From three different schools

3 Courses in a Foreign Language