Greek and Roman Religion
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
A survey of Greek and Roman religious thought and practices. Focuses on conventional religious rituals and their social value, and on the success of Greek and Roman polytheism in adapting to changing historical and social circumstances. Particular attention is paid to mystery religions, including Christianity, and their relationship to conventional forms of religious behaviour.
Note: Credit will be granted for only one of 381, CLAS 381.
Prerequisites: One of 100, 101, 102, 201, 202, 331, 341, or permission of the department.
Undergraduate course in Greek and Roman Studies offered by the Department of Greek and Roman Studies in the Faculty of Humanities.