ANCIENT GREEK HISTORY (MONOGRAPHIC)

Academic year
2021/2022 Syllabus of previous years
Official course title
STORIA GRECA (APPROFONDIMENTI)
Course code
FT0254 (AF:362165 AR:191164)
Modality
On campus classes
ECTS credits
6
Subdivision
Degree level
Bachelor's Degree Programme
Educational sector code
L-ANT/02
Period
2nd Term
Moodle
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Basic Course for first level students. It aims:
- the knowledge of the main events of Greek history in the period between Alexander the Great and II century BC;
- awareness of cause and effect; knowledge of the main political, social and cultural topics;
- the ability to orientate in the ancient Mediterranean;
- knowledge of the methodology of historical research;
- the knowledge of the main authors of hellenistic Greek historiography.
The student:
- has a good knowledge of the main events, themes and figures of Greek history, also in the light of wider historical contexts:
- Visualize the coordinates of spatial and temporal coordinates in which to frame historical phenomena and figures;
- has the key-words of the historical interpretation through the critical analysis of literary and documentary sources;
- is aware of the specificity of the documentation available for the reconstruction of Greek history;
- is able to communicate the contents in a concise and written form using the technical terminology of the discipline;
- is able to apply the methodological tools learned to specific case studies selected for their exemplarity.
Students who have in the study plan this exam with the code FT0254 must have attended the course of Greek History I (FT0253).

Students must have a good knowledge of the Italian language, both in terms of oral comprehension and written production. It is also expected that they will be able to deal with complex information autonomously, by making critical interaction of manual notions, lesson contents, knowledge of ancient literary texts and documentaries and individual readings of modern essays. Students must also know how to orientate themselves in the geography of the Mediterranean, benefiting, if necessary, from a historical atlas.
Alexander the Great and the beginning of the Hellenistic age. Diadochi and Epigoni,
The birth of the Hellenistic kingdoms; the evolution of the individual kingdoms; the profiling of Rome.
Society, Economy and Culture in Hellenistic Age.
Themes and figures of Hellenistic historiography.
1) Texts and Documents on Moodle
2) M. Bettalli – A.L. D’Agata – A. Magnetto, Storia greca, Carocci, nuova ed., Roma 2021, capitoli 19, 24-30.
or
M. Corsaro - L. Gallo, Storia greca, Milano, Le Monnier 2010, pagine 205-308.
3) Introduzione alla storiografia greca, a cura di M. Bettalli (nuova edizione), Carocci, Roma 2009, capp. 7-11
4) Sicily and Magna Graecia in the IV and III cent BC: S. De Vido, Le guerre di Sicilia, Roma 2013; M. Giangiulio, Magna Grecia. Una storia mediterranea, Roma 2021, capp. 4, 5, 6

NON ATTENDINGS STUDENTS
1) M. Bettalli – A.L. D’Agata – A. Magnetto, Storia greca, Carocci, nuova ed., Roma 2021, capitoli 19, 24-30.
or
M. Corsaro - L. Gallo, Storia greca, Milano, Le Monnier 2010, pagine 205-308.
2) Introduzione alla storiografia greca, a cura di M. Bettalli (nuova edizione), Carocci, Roma 2009, capp. 7-11
3) Sicily and Magna Graecia in the IV and III cent BC: S. De Vido, Le guerre di Sicilia, Roma 2013; M. Giangiulio, Magna Grecia. Una storia mediterranea, Roma 2021, capp. 4, 5, 6
4) M. Mari (a cura di), L'età ellenistica, Carocci, Roma 2019
Oral examination in the classroom or in the Prof office
Frontal lessons. The teaching uses materials loaded on the Moodle University platform that are made available to the students before the frontal lessons and which are discussed and commented in the Class.
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Definitive programme.
Last update of the programme: 03/11/2021