Faculty of Arts
Egypt in Dynasty XVIII
The cosmopolitan nature of ancient Egypt during the era of its imperial expansion and its consciousness as a world power. Topics covered include the social, political and economic ramifications of this sudden change in Egypt's role in the ancient world. The emergence of new religious directions will also be discussed, among which are the state cults of Amun-Re and the religious monotheism of Akhenaton.
Not taught in 2012
Coordinator(s) Professor Tony Spalinger
Coursework + exam
ANCHIST 300: 15.0 points
ANCHIST 100 and 15 points at Stage II in Ancient History