|Academic year||2019/2020 Syllabus of previous years|
|Official course title||ARCHEOLOGIA ROMANA SP.|
|Course code||FM0025 (AF:308341 AR:170420)|
|Degree level||Master's Degree Programme (DM270)|
|Educational sector code||L-ANT/07|
|Spazio Moodle||Link allo spazio del corso|
In the Master's Degree in "Science of Antiquity", the 12 credits module of "Classical Archeology" can be set up together with "Greek Archeology.
It aims to ensure:
- advanced content, methodological and epistemological skills in the field of Roman archeology;
- in-depth knowledge of Roman antiquity in its material expressions, obtained through the direct knowledge of the monuments and of all the documentary evidences that contribute to the reconstruction of the Roman world;
- advanced methodological skills in describing, reading and interpreting monuments;
- interest in the history of studies with particular reference to historiographical aspects;
- knowledge of the main tools for researching and updating the discipline;
- ability to develop an original scientific presentation
- understand and interpret the main material testimonies of the Roman world;
- proposing an analytical commentary on the material testimonies of the Roman world, framing them in a historical, chronological and historiographical way, proposing suitable comparisons and documentaries, explaining their relevance as historical testimony with particular attention to political and social aspects;
- use the tools necessary to update the research; access the main bibliographic databases;
- communicate in oral form using the specific terminology of the discipline;
- propose an original scientific presentation.
T. HÖLSCHER, Il linguaggio dell’arte romana, Torino, Einaudi, 1993.
P. ZANKER, Un’arte per l’Impero: funzione e intenzione delle immagini nel mondo romano, Electa, Milano 2002: cap. I (pp. 9-37), cap. V (pp. 92-111), cap. XI (pp. 212-231).
The students who cannot attend the seminar are asked to agree on a written text with the teacher.