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ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ART II
ARCHEOLOGIA E STORIA DELL'ARTE GRECA E ROMANA II

Greek and Roman painting
Pittura greca e romana

A.Y. Credits
2020/2021 12
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Anna Santucci Thursday 5.00-7.00 (online)

Assigned to the Degree Course

Art History (LM-89)
Curriculum: PERCORSO COMUNE
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Learning Objectives

The students have to strengthen their knowledge and competencies in arguments and methodological approaches of the Classical Archaeology.

Program

On the basis of the cases study offered by the ancient painting, the students have to become able in analyzing and interpreting the ancient contexts and monuments with the consciousness of the articulated productive processes of them, of their uses and transmissions through  the different historical-cultural phases. They have also to acquire a critical capacity to judge the problematic role covered by the Greek and Latin authors in relationship to the archaeological evidences. In such perspective , the course offers diachronically  a general view of the ancient painting (Greek, Etruscan, Italic, Roman etc.) and it examines the most significant contexts and monuments knew until now, which will be also discussed in relationship with the literary tradition.

Detailed programme of the individual arguments (syllabus) will be disposable through  the Moodle platform at the beginning of the lessons.

Bridging Courses

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Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

In order to access to additional training levels, the student will be able:

-  to acquire a personal knowledge and understanding of the themes and methodological approaces of the discipline;

-  to analyze and to contextualize the archaeological case-study critically and correctly;

- to rework personal knowledge, to make also autonomous judgments;

- to master the scientific terminology of the discipline.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting Activities

In order to auto-evaluate his/her own knowledge and competencies in analyzing and interpreting an ancient monument and/or context, during the course the student has to produce a short text and/or a schedule based on illustrations, which will be corrected in classroom all together with the professor.

Seminars and educational journeys.

Interdisciplinary didactics. In order to promote a specialized learning through the comparison among different scientific-disciplinary fields, the course may be considered in thematic and chronological relationship with that of Etruscology and Italic Antiquities (Prof. Alessandra Coen: https://www.uniurb.it/syllabi/257794)


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Lessons, in Italian language, will be supported by PowerPoints created by the professor appositely and multimediali open sources.

Interdisciplinary didactics. In order to promote a specialized learning through the comparison among different scientific-disciplinary fields, some lessons will be associated to the following courses:

 -Aestetics II (Prof.  Venanzio Raspa: https://www.uniurb.it/syllabi/257665)

- History of Art of the Late Ancient Mediterranean (Prof. Andrea Paribeni: https://www.uniurb.it/syllabi/257671)

Attendance

Students must attend at least two-thirds of the lessons.

It may be opportune that the student has sustained a first level exam regarding the Classical Archaeology (possibly, courses on ‘Archaeology and History of  Greek and Roman Art  I’).

Course books

P. Gros (a cura di), Vitruvio. de architettura, Torino: Einaudi 1997, libro VII.

A. Corso, R. Mugellesi, G. Rosati ( a cura di), Plinio. Storia naturale V. Libro 35, I colori minerali, a cura di Torino: Einaudi, pp. 286-509.

S. Maffei (ed.), Luciano di Samosata. Descrizione di opere d’arte, Torino: Utet 1994, pp. xv-lxxiv, 18-31, 56-79.

J.J. Pollitt (ed.), The Cambridge History of Painting in the Classical World, Cambridge: CUP 2014 (S.G. Miller, Hellenistic Painting in the Eastern Mediterranean, Mid-Fourth to Mid-First Century BC, pp. 170-237).

I. Baldassarre, A. Pontrandolfo, A. Rouveret, M. Salvadori, La pittura romana. Dall’ellenismo al tardo-antico, Milano: Motta 2002.

Further texts will be indicated during the lessons.

The texts are available in the archaeological library of the UniUrb (Albani Palace, via del Balestriere 2, groundfloor).

Assessment

Oral exam. The attending student is expected to demonstrate the knowledge and comprehension of themes treated during the classes and of the above mentioned texts. He must demonstrate to have acquired an autonomous knowledge of the matter, a capacity of recognizing and adequately analyzing the monuments on the base of the images of them; a capacity of contextualizing correctly them in reference to the geographical, historical, and cultural ambit of relevance; a capacity of exposing the matter with an appropriate language and the scientific terminology of the discipline.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

Individual study

Attendance

Student unable to attend lessons must contact the professor at least three months before the exam, in order to make the most opportune arrangements.

Course books

First programe

P. Gros (a cura di), Vitruvio. de architettura, Torino: Einaudi 1997, libro VII

A. Corso, R. Mugellesi, G. Rosati ( a cura di), Plinio. Storia naturale V. Libro 35, I colori minerali, a cura di Torino: Einaudi, pp. 286-509.

S. Maffei (ed.), Luciano di Samosata. Descrizione di opere d’arte, Torino: Utet 1994, pp. xv-lxxiv, 18-31, 56-79.

J.J. Pollitt (ed.), The Cambridge History of Painting in the Classical World, Cambridge: CUP 2014 (S.G. Miller, Hellenistic Painting in the Eastern Mediterranean, Mid-Fourth to Mid-First Century BC, pp. 170-237; A. Rouveret, Etruscan and Italic Tomb Painting, c. 400-200 BC, pp. 238-287).

I. Baldassarre, A. Pontrandolfo, A. Rouveret, M. Salvadori, La pittura romana. Dall’ellenismo al tardo-antico, Milano: Motta 2002.

E. La Rocca. Lo spazio negato. La pittura di paesaggio nella cultura artistica greca e romana, Milano 2008.

P. Zanker, Immagini mitologiche nelle case pompeiane, in Un’arte per l’impero. Funzione intenzione delle immagini nel mondo romano, Milano 2002, pp. 112-132.

S. Tortorella, Le raffigurazioni pittoriche "trionfali". Affreschi, quadri, iscrizioni dipinte, in I. Bragantini (a cura di) Atti del X Congresso Internazionale de l'AIPMA (Napoli 17-21 settembre 2007), Napoli 2010, pp. 113-125.

Scagliarini Corlàita , Propter spatia longitudinis: cicli e serie figurative nelle ambulationes del ‘secondo e quarto stile pompeiano’, in ), D. Scagliarini Corlàita, D. (a cura di), I temi figurativi nella pittura parietale antica (IV sec. a.C.- IV sec. d.C.), Atti del VI Convegno Internazionale de l'AIPMA (Bologna 20-23 settembre 1995), Bologna 1997, pp. 119-123.

Second programe (if you never have substaine an academic examination on Classical Archaeology before now)

E. Lippolis, G. Rocco, Archeologia greca: cultura, società, politica e produzione, Milano : Mondadori, 2011

M. Papini (a cura di), Arte romana, Milano : Mondadori  2016.

The texts are available in the archaeological library of the UniUrb (Albani Palace, via del Balestriere 2, groundfloor).

Assessment

Oral exam. The attending student is expected to demonstrate the knowledge and comprehension of themes treated during the classes and of the above mentioned texts. He must demonstrate to have acquired an autonomous knowledge of the matter, a capacity of recognizing and adequately analyzing the monuments on the base of the images of them; a capacity of contextualizing correctly them in reference to the geographical, historical, and cultural ambit of relevance; a capacity of exposing the matter with an appropriate language and the scientific terminology of the discipline.

Notes

For further details, information, advertisements etc.  please visit regularly the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it , your istitutional mail and the website of the School of Literary, Arts, Philosophy.

Professor's office: Albani Palace,  Via del Balestriere, 2 - groundfloor; phone. 0722.303760 (8.30-13.30)

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