A general knowledge on the theories and methods for archaeological research and the terminology used for the description of lithic artefacts, pottery and Metal object is required. For those who do not have this preparation reading the handbook of Manuela Cocchi (2009), Preistoria, Qui Edit, chapter 1 p. 11- 53 and Renato Peroni 1994 Introduzione alla protostoria italiana, Laterza, pp. 62-102 will help to fill the gap.
The course consists of two parts: 1) Synthesis of the main aspects of the the diffusion and establishment of the Metallurgy in the European continent, with a particular focus on the Italian peninsula; the following topics will be discussed: chronology, cultural aspects, technology, settlements, economy and symbolic behaviour; 2) close examination of Cupper Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age aspects in agreements with students.
The course is articulated into lectures and seminars. The topics covered in the sessions will be supported by individual and group presentations aimed at promoting the active participation of students. Lectures can be integrated with visits to archaeological exhibitions and sites.
|R. Peroni||Introduzione alla protostoria italiana.||Laterza||1994||8842043818|
|A.M. Bietti Sestieri||L'Italia nell'età del bronzo e del ferro: dalle palafitte a Romolo (2200-700 a. C.)||Carocci||2010||9788843052073|
|D. Cocchi Genick||Preistoria||QuiEdit||2009|
The examination is an oral interview, both for Italian and English students. There will be questions concerning general topics; questions concerning some specific topics that are part of the programme; chronological and cultural definition of some archaeological items from a table of drawings/pictures. A short written paper (tesina) will be presented by the student.
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