The American Academy in Rome announces its annual Classical Summer School, 21 June to 30 July 2004. The Classical Summer School is designed to provide its participants with an understanding of the development of the ancient city of Rome and its immediate environs from the earliest settlements to the age of Constantine through a careful study of material remains and literary sources. Besides frequent excursions within Rome, the group will take field trips to major sites such as Palestrina, Gabii, the Alban Hills, Ostia, Cerveteri, Tarquinia, and Veii.
The Director of the 2004 Classical Summer School is Professor Myles McDonnell, FAAR’98.
The program is open to high school teachers and graduate students (and qualified undergraduates) of Latin, ancient history and Classics.
Application guidelines and further information are available through the Academy’s website at www.aarome.org. All applications must be postmarked by 1 March, 2004.
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