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Woche
1
1 Stunde zum Abschließen

From ruins to a full evidence local history (methods, procedures, tools)

As a welcome module, the course will start discussing how we can move back through time and space to draw an updated archeological chart of the Palatine, to be integrated when possible with missing or lost part of the ancient overall framework, in order to be turned into the basic tool for describing diachronically architectural and topographical continuity and discontinuity. This aiming at the reconstructions of sequences of facts and at a historical reconstruction tout-court. By the end of this module you will able to: - classify archaeological evidence - draw an archaeological chart - try to integrate missing part of buildings/monuments if possible

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8 Videos (Gesamt 32 min), 1 Quiz
8 Videos
1.1 Classical Archaeology: artifacts (objects, architectures, landscapes) and history.4m
1.2 Talking with objects: from pots to Chronology.2m
1.3 Talking with earth, stones and bricks: from layers and walls to History8m
1.4 Introduction to ancient Rome.11m
1° tutorial1m
2° tutorial1m
3° tutorial2m
1 praktische Übung
From ruins to a full evidence local history (methods, procedures, tools)20m
Woche
2
1 Stunde zum Abschließen

From a border land to the largest settlement in Latium (13th–9th cent. b.c.e.)

The whole story of city parts begins before the foundation of the city itself. In this module we will discuss how archaeological evidence and roman cultural memory allow to envision the faster and faster development from a number of dispersed peer communities to unified settlement, anticipating and somehow preparing the birth of the City. By the end of this module you will able to: - identify central Italian Bronze and Iron Age artifacts - define and identify pre- and proto-urban topographical and social organization - try to compare archaeological features and literary tradition

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4 Videos (Gesamt 33 min), 1 Quiz
4 Videos
2.2 Latium from Bronze Age to Iron age.12m
2.3 Rome from Bronze Age to Iron age.8m
2.4 Palatine from Bronze Age to Iron age.8m
1 praktische Übung
From a border land to the largest settlement in Latium (13th–9th cent. b.c.e.)20m
Woche
3
1 Stunde zum Abschließen

A city - ruled by kings - is born (8th – 7th century b.c.e.).

April 21st year 753 before common era. This is the day when the Romans believed their city had been founded. And they were probably right. According to the Roman foundation legend, a prince born in Alba Longa by a god and the young king’s daughter - Romulus - founded the city. He celebrated an elaborated rite on the Palatine, killed his twin brother - Remus - encircled the Palatine with a sacred wall, gave the Romans a constitution and reigned over the new born city for 37 years. Thanks to the results of our recent archaeological excavations we know now that the core of the legend is true. By the end of this module you will able to: - discuss present state of scientific debate about the birth of the city in Central Italy - define and identify urban political organizations - identify Late Iron Age and Early Archaic artifacts and building techniques.

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4 Videos (Gesamt 41 min), 1 Quiz
4 Videos
3.2 The foundation of Rome: archaeology10m
3.3 Palatine during the reigns of earlier kings 1.15m
3.4 Palatine during the reigns of earlier kings 2.7m
1 praktische Übung
A city - ruled by kings - is born (8th – 7th century b.c.e.).20m
Woche
4
1 Stunde zum Abschließen

New kings before a new State (6th – 3rd century b.c.e.).

Just one hundred and fifty years after the foundation, huts and pebble streets were substituted by more substantial buildings and paved streets. On and around the Palatine, as well as in other districts of the city, Houses and temples resting on squared blocks foundations and covered by roofs made of clay tiles replaced huts. Streets were paved by rock slabs and new drains allowed to keep lower areas dry, even during flooding winter seasons. In year 509 before common era, the king was sent into exile and two young aristocrats declared themselves first annual magistrates of a new State: the Roman Republic. From the 5th to the end of the 3rd century before common era, Rome had to fight to survive and the urban lay-out of the hill is not altered by relevant changes. By the end of this module you will able to: - discuss major changes occurred between the late archaic period, early- and mid- republican phases in Rome - define and identify a certain number of Roman monuments and/or places - identify Late Archaic and early/middle Repubblican artifacts, decorations and building techniques

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4 Videos (Gesamt 36 min), 1 Quiz
4 Videos
4.2 Palatine during the reigns of later kings: noble residences and cult places.15m
4.3 From Monarchy to Republic.5m
4.4 Palatine during late republican period.5m
1 praktische Übung
New kings before a new State (6th – 3rd century b.c.e.).20m
4.2
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