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HISTORY OF CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
STORIA DELL'ARCHEOLOGIA CLASSICA

A.Y. Credits
2021/2022 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Maria Elisa Micheli

Assigned to the Degree Course

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

The course aims to illustrate the moments, the methods and the means through which the recovery and the study of classical antiquity in European culture from the 14th to the 20th century were matured;  focus on the discovery of Greek art.

Program

The topics of the course concern antiquarian studies, the history of collecting antiquities, the first excavation, the formulation of the concept of "archeology" and "archaeological source". The course will then focus on critical fortune and the impact in European culture of Greek art.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

The candidate must demonstrate through an interview to have learned and processed independently the topics covered during the lessons, applying them to the critical discussion of the various aspects considered. These concern both the mechanisms of the recovery of the classical past in its material evidences as well as the joints for their critical study. In these areas the candidate will have to show that he is able to adequately recognize the differences peculiar to different centuries, the materials to which critical thought has been addressed, applying them to the monumental and artistic manifestations of ancient Greece.

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

Rome, visiting to the Capitoline Museum and the exhibition "The Torlonia Marbles".


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Lectures with projection of documents processed. At the end of the course the images will be available to students within the platform  Moodle ›blended.uniurb.it

Attendance

A knowledge of the main contexts and productions of the Greek and Roman world of the classical age is desirable.

Course books

A. SCHNAPP, La conquista del passato, (trad.it.) Milano 1994;

M.G. PICOZZI, “Nobilia opera”: la selezione della scultura antica, in Borea E., Gasparri C. (edd.), L’Idea del Bello. Viaggio per Roma nel Seicento con Giovan Pietro Bellori, I-II, Roma 2000, I, pp. 25-38.

M.E. MICHELI, Prospettive attuali dell’archeologia classica, in Archeologia e Storia dell’Arte. Contaminazioni, innesti e dissonanze. Atti della Giornata di Studio (Roma, 4 dicembre 2018) a cura di E. Parlato - M. Pomponi - C. Valeri, Milano 2020, pp. 75-88.

Assessment

Oral examination. The candidate must demonstrate that he is moving with confidence and a critical spirit in commenting on the problems faced during the lessons; will have to know how to use the technical language of reference appropriately, applying it both to the presentation of the phenomena investigated and to the reference literature. In this specific area, he will have to demonstrate the ability to distinguish the different critical cut of the texts under study.

They will give rise to evaluations of excellence: the student's possession of good critical and in-depth skills; the ability to connect the main topics dealt; the use of an appropriate language with respect to the specific nature of the discipline.

They will give rise to discrete evaluations: the student's possession of a basic knowledge of the contents; a relative critical capacity and connection between the themes dealt; the use of an appropriate language.

They will give rise to sufficient evaluations: the achievement of minimal knowledge on the subjects dealt with by the student, even if there are some training gaps; the use of inappropriate language.

They will give rise to negative evaluations: difficulty of orientation of the student with respect to the topics dealt with in the exam texts; training gaps; the use of inappropriate language.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

Students not attending the lectures are asked to contact the teacher. 

Attendance

A knowledge of the main contexts and productions of the Greek and Roman world of the classical age is desirable.

Course books

A. SCHNAPP, La conquista del passato, (trad.it.) Milano 1994;

M.G. PICOZZI, “Nobilia opera”: la selezione della scultura antica, in Borea E., Gasparri C. (edd.), L’Idea del Bello. Viaggio per Roma nel Seicento con Giovan Pietro Bellori, I-II, Roma 2000, I, pp. 25-38.

M.E. MICHELI, Prospettive attuali dell’archeologia classica, in Archeologia e Storia dell’Arte. Contaminazioni, innesti e dissonanze. Atti della Giornata di Studio (Roma, 4 dicembre 2018) a cura di E. Parlato - M. Pomponi - C. Valeri, Milano 2020, pp. 75-88.

Assessment

Oral examination. The candidate must demonstrate that he is moving with confidence and a critical spirit in commenting on the problems faced during the lessons; will have to know how to use the technical language of reference appropriately, applying it both to the presentation of the phenomena investigated and to the reference literature. In this specific area, he will have to demonstrate the ability to distinguish the different critical cut of the texts under study.

They will give rise to evaluations of excellence: the student's possession of good critical and in-depth skills; the ability to connect the main topics dealt; the use of an appropriate language with respect to the specific nature of the discipline.

They will give rise to discrete evaluations: the student's possession of a basic knowledge of the contents; a relative critical capacity and connection between the themes dealt; the use of an appropriate language.

They will give rise to sufficient evaluations: the achievement of minimal knowledge on the subjects dealt with by the student, even if there are some training gaps; the use of inappropriate language.

They will give rise to negative evaluations: difficulty of orientation of the student with respect to the topics dealt with in the exam texts; training gaps; the use of inappropriate language.

Notes

The texts are available in the Library of Archaeology.

Professor room: Palazzo Albani, via del Balestriere 2 (61019 Urbino PU).

Tel.: 0722 303760

Tel.: 0722 303765

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