This course examines the history, literature, and culture of Ancient Greece and Rome in the context of the Mediterranean world, from its origin until the Barbarian invasion. Students will read poetry, philosophy, history, rhetoric, and letters from primary text sources and they will study material evidence such as architecture, graffiti, and physical objects as representative survivals of these cultures. Prerequisites: Anchor I, DISC 100. Co-requisites: DISC 200. Cross Listings: ENGLISH 285, HISTORY 220.