Master's Degree Programme in
Ancient Civilisations: Literature, History and Archaeology

Master's Degree Programme in
Ancient Civilisations: Literature, History and Archaeology

Campus:
Humanistic

Admission:
open

Language:
Italian

Website:
unive.it/degree/fm2

Why enrolling in this programme

1

from prehistory to historical archaeology, from the upper Adriatic to Iraq and Georgia; from the deserts of the Sudan to marine underwater surveys: the Degree Course is distinguished by the chronological and geographical extent of its archaeological instruction; it is among the few to offer training in computer science and in hard sciences as applied to archaeology, to prepare for access to the Inter-University School of Specialization in Archaeology

2

the Course stands out internationally due to the broad offer in the study of epigraphy, from the birth of writing in the Near East and in Italy, to the Greek and Latin epigraphic heritages up to the Middle Ages. In the Department Laboratories the linguistic and archaeological aspects of the inscriptions are examined, with particular attention to the technologies of digital epigraphy

3

Greek and Latin above all, investigated at the linguistic, philological and historical-literary level; Greek Byzantine and Neo-Greek; Etruscan and other languages ​​of ancient Italy and, looking to the East, Akkadian, Assyrian and Egyptian: the Degree Course foresees the study of linguistic and cultural traditions in the classical world and ancient Mediterranean through a plurality of methods and approaches, including through the use of advanced digital tools

Professional profiles

teacher
in middle and higher secondary schools or, subsequent to the PhD course, as researcher and professor at universities

archaeologist
expert in research, cataloguing, conservation, protection and archaeological enhancement in Italy and abroad; museum consultant and exhibition events; museum curator; manager at archaeological parks; tourist guide

publicist
communication expert in journalism and scientific and popular publishing, in the management of exhibitions and cultural events in the field of antiquities and in synergy with the institutions responsible for heritage conservation

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Malcanton Marcorà  
Dorsoduro 3484/D, Calle Contarini, 30123 Venice (Italy)