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COURSE INFORMATION & COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITIES

The inter-disciplinary perspective of Archaeology, the Ebla discovery, the use of ICT technologies and the introduction of the Europeana Data Model as a framework for collecting, connecting and enriching data will be the focus of the course....
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Getting Started10 min
Course Format10 min
Communication within the class10 min
Quiz Availability10 min
Lectures Availability10 min
Lecture 110 min
Lecture 210 min
Collaborative Activities10 min
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2 heures pour terminer

Week 1 - The recovery of the human past and the protection of the universal heritage.

We will start our enquiry by discussing how ancient societies kept memory of their own past, an aspect which, in fact, was fundamental to their identity. Shifting towards modern times, we will then reflect how the material past is preserved and how we refer to it. Homework available since ...
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4 videos (Total 68 min), 1 quiz
Video4 vidéos
Section 1.2 - The memory of the past in ancient civilizations - (min. 15:43)15 min
Section 1.3 - Preservation of the past and reference to the past - (min. 18:45)18 min
Section 1.4 - The appropriation and destruction of the others' past - (min. 19:23)19 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Quiz Week 1 24 min
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Week 2 - The birth of archaeology and its role in the contemporary world.

The study of the past of the planet marked the first serious reflections on humankind’s past, although archaeology was in fact considered the practice to collect objects. “New Archaeology” represents the first major revolution, promptly followed by the more structured and aggressive “Processual Archaeology". The opening towards different disciplines implied the “loss of innocence” for archaeology, bringing at the same time scientific methods into the reconstructions of the past. Homework available since ...
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4 videos (Total 65 min), 1 quiz
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Section 2.2 - Renaissance in the western world, and the Renaissance - (min. 13:38)13 min
Section 2.3 - The birth of Archaeology as a historical discipline - (min. 17:58)17 min
Section 2.4 - The Archaeology of prehistory and the Archaeology outside the Old World: the enlargement of horizons from the Americas to India, and China. - (min. 15:44)15 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Quiz Week 224 min
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Week 3 - The birth of archaeology and its role in the contemporary world.

Field archaeology entails discovery, but is a matter of fact that discovering brings a great responsibility because it is a process of destruction. Digging means observing, recording, interpreting. Archaeological excavation is an harmonious trade-off between an intellectual and a manual labor. In fact, archaeological interpretation is a path shifting between identity and alterity. Homework available since ...
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3 videos (Total 29 min), 1 quiz
Video3 vidéos
Section 3.2 - Scientific methods in Archaeological Reconstructions - (min. 10:05)10 min
Section 3.3 - Archaeology as Science - (min. 07:40)7 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Quiz Week 324 min
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Week 4 - The birth of archaeology and its role in the contemporary world.

Material remains of the past and their state of recovery vary according also to environments. Surface surveys lead to a more intense knowledge of territories, visualizing archaeologicallandscapes in a variety of ecological situations. The objectives of archaeological research have been moulded in the historical development of the discipline. Historical sources have always been a sourceof inspiration for research, opening new problems. Chronology is a construct depending on dating tools, and scientific methods have been employed in determining an absolute chronology. Homework available since ...
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4 videos (Total 49 min), 1 quiz
Video4 vidéos
Section 4.2 - Stratigraphical Archaeology .... - (min. 15:28)15 min
Section 4.3 - The Archaeological excavation as operation of Harmony .... - (min. 12:07)12 min
Section 4.4 - The Archaeological interpretation .... - (min. 10:18)10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Quiz Week 424 min
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Enseignants

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Paolo Matthiae

Emeritus Professor of Archaeology
Dipartimento delle Scienze dell'Antichità
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Davide Nadali

PhD in Near Eastern Archaeology
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Andrea Vitaletti

Ph.D. in Computer Science
Computer Science
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Emanuel Demetrescu

PhD candidate

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