History of Urban Panning I 1900-5-HUR1
The principle of the classes is based on showing the cause-effect sequence, on the triad of mutually complementary concepts:
1) an independent facility, team or city - its concept or implementation,
2) characters, i.e. the person of the creator as an outstanding individuality of the era and
3) events or sequence of events constituting the historical background.
One of these three concepts highlighted as the most important is the key to identifying the others and understanding the entire configuration.
The basic topics of the lectures relate to the following issues:
1) Town planning of ancient Mesopotamia; period of the State of Akkad (city of Akkad); Old Sumerian period with its capital at Ur, Old Sumerian house; the first period of the supremacy of the Babylonian State (the city of Babylon); the development of the Assyrian State with its capital in Nineveh; Second period of Babylonian supremacy (city of Babylon development); period of Persian rule - (capital of Persepolis)
2) Ancient Egypt - the era of the Old and Middle Kingdom; hieratic attitude, the canon of ancient Egyptian art, the metaphysical world of ancient Egypt, functional and spatial principles of a dwelling house of the ancient Egyptian period; a breakthrough in construction in the times of Imhotep Development of the pyramids
3) Town planning and art of the New Kingdom, Thebes - temples in Karnak and Luxor; The new capital of Pharaoh Akhenaten at Tell el-Amarna (Akhetaton);
4) temple in Del el-Bahari, architecture during the time of the Ramses - temples in Abu Simbel; Ptolemaic period, development of the city of Alexandria
5) Greek world of myths and traditions - orphism, urban planning of the archaic period (Mycenaean, Minoan and Trojan districts), the principle of the construction of the Greek house; architectural orders of ancient Greece;
6) Hippodamos of Miletus and its urban planning
7) Greek urban planning, classical period; Acropolis of Athens; the development of Athens; Greek theater; town planning of the Hellenistic period - Pergamon
8) ancient Rome; the treatise of Vitruvius; Roman cities built on a conceptual basis derived from a military camp; differences between the Greek and Roman architectural order; roman house; The Palatine Hill and the Flavian Palace, imperial forums, the golden house of Nero
9) Early Christian urbanism between Rome and Byzantium, the underground city of the catacombs; early Christian temple from domus ecclesiae to the basilica; Constantinople and the Rise of Byzantium
10) Romanesque and early Middle Ages; monastic foundations of the East and West;
11) Development of selected cities in the Middle Ages: Dubrovnik; Carcassonne; Veliky Novgorod; the development of Venice;
12) Saint Gallen parchment and its meaning; new types of medieval cities (collegiate, monastic and archbishop towns)
13) Town planning in the Gothic period; Doge's Palace in Venice and Palazzo Vecchio in Florence,
14) Examples of fortified urban planning Avignon and Malbork; examples of Gothic cities: Bruges, Lübeck, Mont-Saint-Michel; Assisi;
15) The academic cities of medieval England
Main fields of studies for MISMaP
Type of course
The student who successfully passed the course has the necessary knowledge
cross-sectional, thanks to which:
1. has basic knowledge in the field of science and scientific disciplines relevant to spatial management, including the history of architecture and town planning, and knows their connections with other scientific disciplines
2. Has detailed knowledge of the basics of urban planning and regional and local development
3. Knows the basic urban complexes and the principles of their formation
4. Knows the basic historical urban concepts (from antiquity to renaissance)
5. Knows the basic elements of buildings and understands their importance for the entire structure they are composed of
A student who has successfully completed the subject can effectively use the acquired knowledge to solve practical problems, i.e .:
1. Understands the literature in the field of spatial management in Polish; reads scientific texts in English with understanding
2. Has the ability to properly analyze the causes and courses of specific processes, phenomena and social, cultural, political and economic problems affecting changes in space, including those resulting from historical conditions
3. Can analyze and explain the causes of changes taking place in urban planning and architecture
4. Can independently evaluate, understand and can point out the similarities and differences in the basic historical urban assumptions.
5. Has qualifications to indicate the basic compositional elements and their meaning as components of individual complexes and urban interiors
K1_K01; K1_K02; K1_K03
The student learns responsibility for others and for the common good; learns the forms and manifestations of moral responsibility for the social consequences of practicing their profession, especially for the protection of cultural heritage
1. Demonstrates the need for constant improvement and updating of knowledge related to spatial management issues
2. Recognizes urban complexes and architectural objects that are part of them, can determine the period of their formation and the basic principles of shaping and composition.
3. Notes the continuity of historical processes in the surrounding urban environment and understands their consequences and significance;
- learns to constructively solve problems related to social conflicts related to the processes of urbanization as well as collisions of interests, investor, particular and local communities through the use of negotiation, conciliation and constructive methods.
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The subject consists of lectures only (no assigned exercises)
• The subject passes the test conducted at the last class in the cycle.
• You should prepare for the test on the basis of lecture notes and reading the recommended literature.
• It should be remembered that the tasks in the colloquium will be focused only on urban planning and basic topics related to the main processes of building cities and complexes (there will be no questions about historical conditions or details, etc.)
Equivalent additional points obtained for correctly answering the lectures during the lectures may be added to the total score. Their participation in the final grade may not exceed the equivalent of raising the final grade by one grade.
What will the test consist of?
• PART I - will contain 3 descriptive questions - for each descriptive question you can get from 0 to 20 points - a total of 60 points
• PART II - Will contain 2 quotations that need to be commented on and assigned to the appropriate era and place. You can earn from 0 to 20 points for a comment. The maximum number of points in this section is 40.
• PART III- and a test of 12 points, 5 points available for each question. There is a total of 60 points for the test
• In total, in 3 parts, there is a total of 160 points for the entire test
• The subject gets half the points (plus 1 point), ie 80 + 1 point.
• There will be 5 points for each well-solved test question, there will be no negative points, all test questions will be single choice.
• The time to write a test is 80 minutes. (5 minutes for logistics are deducted at the beginning and end of 90 minutes of classes).
After completing the full cycle of lectures within two semesters, it is planned to supplement theoretical knowledge with practice gained during student study trips to the most important historical urban complexes. Such a trip is envisaged within the optional subjects in higher semesters.
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• Illustrated encyclopedia for everyone. Architecture and construction. W. Szolginia; WNT W-wa1991
• Art more valuable than gold. J. Białostocki; PWN Warsaw 1968
• Town planning vol. I and II Tołwiński T. Wyd. ZBM PW Warsaw 1934
• News about styles. W. Witwicki; PWWP 1959
• Introduction to the history of city building. People and the environment. W. Ostrowski; OWPW Warsaw 2001
Information on level of this course, year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered, types and amount of class hours - can be found in course structure diagrams of apropriate study programmes. This course is related to the following study programmes:
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