AH 536: Viking Art and Archaeology
Students conduct advanced studies in the art and archaeology of Vikings
and their predecessors in Scandinavia from the fourth through the 11th
centuries CE. Students examine the Viking expansion across the Global
North from Russia to the British Isles and Iceland. This course
emphasizes archaeological and historical sources.
- Prerequiste: Junior standing (60 hr).
- Lecture: Lecture for AH 536
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