Archaeology of Northern Italy 2800-DMITA
The course concerns present-day regions of North-Western Italy: Lombardia, Piemonte, Valle d'Aosta. Liguria. It will introduce to the problems of topography and the romanisation phases, with particular attention to the formation of the roman towns. Students will obtain the acceptance on the basis of the presentation of the chosen topic.
Type of course
He student must: bee present 100% if woud the best note, and 60 h of the individual Work helfed
by the materials prepareted by prof. for the each lesson like the fococopy ( the ancient route, toponomastic on latin, italian and polish). The acceptance of the one years couse is the writing test ( exist for the Erasmus student to have the acceptance after the I semster like the yars material test, yust in practice).
The results: after the one yars of the lessons the student know the topography od Italia todey, know the institutuons and organisations of cultural heritage, know the basis bibliography on this subjet, know toponomasti of teh town and hydronims of Norg Italy, know the state of consevation of the monument in Noth Italy, bee able to valute the historical evidences in the ancient literature wyth the archaeological descoveries, complete the knoveledge on the ancient monuments, the stiles and datation of the objects of the ancient art and manufactures in the North Italy. Student know the development of the material culture in the North Italy from the Iron Period to the Late Antiquity. Know the organisation of the institutions dedicated the monumental heritage, the state of the conservation of the monuments. Student to be able pla maps and ubranisation of the ancient town, the methodology of the sudey of the ancient town in front of the modern urbanisation. Know the toponomastic origen in the antiquity and the tradition the the modern tomastic and conditions of the natural caracterisation of the topography of the North Italy. Student to bee able to recognise the monument of the artt and architecture od the North Italy and its chronology.
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