INTG305 Ancient Religious Reflections:
Sacred Places Past and Present

Department of Classics
Monmouth College

Fall, 2016

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Whenever possible, course handouts, including this syllabus, will be available in electronic form on the Classics Dept. webpage (http:\\\academic\classics).

A word on plagiarism:
Plagiarism is copying someone else's work without giving credit. Such copying--from a book, another classmate's paper, or any other source--is dishonest. Any student submitting plagiarized work will receive a failing grade for that assignment. If two papers with identical or nearly-identical work are submitted by different students, both papers will receive a failing grade.

This syllabus is subject to revision by the instructor, provided that written or verbal notice is given in class.

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