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6 lectures on DVD
“If Rome falls, what is left?” So fretted St. Jerome far off in Bethlehem when he heard of the Visigothic sack of Rome in 410 AD. Yet, three centuries later the Venerable Bede of Jarrow spoke of Rome as still standing proud. And over the next twelve centuries the city would be repeatedly invaded, pillaged, sacked, and rebuilt. If any city deserves the epithet “eternal,” it is Rome. It is a living museum of western history and a repository of sculpture and painting from the entire world.
Rome is a six-lecture course on the history of the city of Rome, taught through its ruins, monuments, memorials, and works of art. Each lecture is richly illustrated with over 200 photos and diagrams; materials included with the course consist of lecture notes and an extensive syllabus of site plans, maps, and ground plans.
Lecture notes outline available as a printed book from Amazon.com.
Notes in PDF format will be provided with DVD purchase.