Lecture 1: Civilization in Italy    

Lecture 2: From Villanovans to Etruscans

Lecture 3: Rise of the Etruscans    

Lecture 4: The Etruscan Necropolis of Cerveteri

Lecture 5: Etruscan Tombs of Cerveteri and Tarquinia    

Lecture 6: Etruscan Tomb Painting at Tarquinia

Lecture 7: Etruscan Religion    

Lecture 8: Archaic and Classical Etruscan Sculpture

Lecture 9: Greek Architecture Influences Etruria

Lecture 10:  The Last Days of Etruria

Lecture 11: The Rise of Carthage

Lecture 12: The Strange Civilization of Carthage

Lecture 13: The Rise of Rome--From the Beginnings    

Lecture 14: Rome in the Archaic Period

Lecture 15: Rome in the Hellenistic Period (300-30 B.C.)    

Lecture 16: Cosa

Lecture 17: Hellenistic Rome    

Lecture 18: The Sullan Baroque Style

Lecture 19: The World of the Theater    

Lecture 20: Sculpture and Painting in the Later Roman Republic

Lecture 21: The Beginning of the Roman Empire    

Lecture 22: Major Works of Augustus

Lecture 23: The Ara Pacis Augustae    

Lecture 24: The Golden Age of  Augustus

Lecture 25: Julio-Claudian Successors of Augustus    

Lecture 26: Special Film Presentation of I, Claudius by Robert Graves

Lecture 27: The Emperor Nero and the Age of the Baroque    

Lecture 28: The Flavian Emperors of Rome- Vespasian, Titus and Domitian

Lecture 29: Flavian Architecture in Rome

Lecture 30: The Last Days of  Pompeii

Lecture 31: Roman Baths

Lecture 32: The Age of Trajan

Lecture 33: Roman Mosaics    

Lecture 34: The Age of Hadrian and the Classical Baroque

Lecture 35: Hadrianic Architecture and Beyond

Lecture 36: Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

Lecture 37: The Later Roman Empire    

Lecture 38: University of Arizona Excavations at Kourion, Cyprus

Lecture 39: U of A Excavations at Chianciano Terme, Italy