The Hittite Culture is the most ancient documented Indo-European culture. The course will provide general insight into the history and culture of pre-Greek Anatolia, and a basic knowledge of the language of the Hittites (introductory references will be made to the philology of the Cuneiform writing system). The knowledge that will be acquired is especially relevant for the students interested in the history, the languages and the philologies of the ancient Mediterranean regions.
The course will focus on the main topics that regard the history, the development and the decline of the Hittite culture, through an introduction to the Hittite grammar and through the reading of a few simple texts from the Hittite corpus.
|Federico Giusfredi||Dispensa "Lingua e cultura dell'Anatolia ittita" (A/A 2015/2016)||2016|
|Stefano De Martino||Gli Ittiti||Carocci||2003||9788843026791|
|Francia, Rita; Pisaniello, Valerio||La lingua degli ittiti||Hoepli||2019||9788820389895|
Short oral test concerning:
1) basic knowledge of the Hittite history;
2) basic knowledge of the Hittite language, verified by:
a. reading a short text that will have been translated and commented during the course;
b. an elementary question on the Hittite grammar.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and in accordance with the University of Verona guidelines, the assessment modality will be modified as follows: online oral exam or, when possible, dual oral exam in presence/online (depending on the regulations that will apply).
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