NEAR E 201: INTRODUCTION TO THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST
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The lecture component for this course will be delivered asynchronously via prerecorded screen-capture video lectures. There will not be a live Zoom lecture or required Zoom meetings on the days & times listed on the course registration page as Mon, Wed 1:30-3:20. If a student has a time conflict with another course and the times posted for this course, that will not be a problem.
The Quiz Sections, however, will be live Zoom sessions during the Quiz Section times assigned for this course. If a student has a time conflict with the Quiz Section times, that could be a problem.
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Gary D. Martin, Ph.D.
Associate Teaching Professor
Hebrew Bible & Ancient Near Eastern Studies (HBANES)
Near Eastern Languages & Civilization
University of Washington
Denny Hall M220B
Seattle, WA 98195