L-ANT/07 - 9 CFU - 2° Semester

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Learning Objectives

Acquisition of knowledge about Greek and Roman civilizations and their impact on Mediterranean regions.

Course Structure

Class lessons; trips; class training activity (at least two) on the acquired skills in describing monuments.

Detailed Course Content

The Course is focused on main aspects of Greek and Roman cultures, diachronically analyzed through the study of material evidence. It will be organized as follows: birth of Greek civilization and Archaism; birth of the polis and Classical period; fourth century and birth of Hellenism; Mediterranean Hellenism; Mediterranean Romanization; August and the empire.

Textbook Information

- E. Lippolis, G. Rocco, Archeologia Greca, Bruno Mondadori, Milano 2011, p. 514

- -M. Papini, Arte romana, Mondadori, Milano 2016, pp. 568

‪- T. Hölsher, Il Linguaggio dell’arte romana, Torino 2002, pp. 127

- T. Hölsher, Il mondo dell’arte greca, Torino 2002, pp. 170


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