ANST-401 Lessons

Professor Morgan smiles as she sees all of the eager faces of the Year Four students arriving in her classroom. She flicks her wand in the air for attention, and the class quickly settles into their seats. Welcome to Fourth Year, my dears! I am so glad you have chosen to continue in this class. So…

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Professor Morgan opens the doors to the classroom with a flourish. She is dressed in a black toga with crimson and gold trim, and has a sparkle of mischief in her eyes. Her cat, Isis, glances up from his spot in the sun and watches the students file in and take their seats. He yawns, stretches, and…

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Welcome back, students! I’m glad to see that you are all suitably dressed for this rather chilly weather. Fall is beautiful, but requires rather more scarves than one expects! No time for togas today, so let’s jump right into our lesson. During the ages of the Greco-Romans there were c…

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Professor Morgan is uncharacteristically quiet as she opens the doors to the classroom. She sits down at her desk and waits patiently as students settle into their chairs. On her desk is a thin sheet of some sort of metallic material with Greek lettering inscribed on it. Beside the sheet are a pair…

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The students enter the Ancient Studies classroom and quickly note the change of decor. Gone are the togas and Greco-Roman pillars which have been replaced by Celtic artwork and motifs. The room seems somewhat cozier bedecked in deep forest tones. Professor Morgan stands at the front with a welcomi…

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As the students enter the Ancient Studies classroom, they watch as Professor Morgan traces intricate Celtic knotwork patterns in the air with her wand. The images seemingly have no beginning or end. Mesmerized, the students slowly take their seats and stare in rapt attention. Professor Morgan coaxe…

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The students enter the Ancient Studies classroom, quickly ducking their heads as dozens of miniature Viking ships dart to and fro above them as if caught in a tempest. Professor Morgan stands at the front of the room directing the dance of the ships, and gently brings them to rest at the side of th…

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Professor Morgan stands at the front of the classroom dressed in a long, billowing green cloak. Instead of her usual wand, she firmly grasps a gnarled staff. The staff oozes with ancient magic and the emerald ensconced at the top of the staff glows slightly, mirroring the colour of Morgan’s e…

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Professor Morgan leans gently against the side of her desk and gazes fondly at the students in her classroom. Their stares contain a mix of excitement, presumably for the new material they will learn today, and terror, most likely from the pile of examinations stacked neatly at the front of her des…

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Our studies of magic use in ancient civilizations continues this year with our examination of several European groups, including the Ancient Romans/Greeks, Celts, Norse, and more! It will be a year filled with curious enigmas and amusing occurrences.

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Course Prerequisites:
  • ANST-301
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