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Introduction to Roman Architecture

Roman urbanism and introduction to the wide variety of Roman buildings covered in the course....
4 vidéos (Total 43 min), 8 lectures
4 vidéos
1.2 The Urban Grid and Public Architecture 14 min
1.3 Bathing, Entertainment, and Housing in the Roman City 12 min
1.4 Roman Tombs, Aqueducts, and the Lasting Impact of Roman Architecture 5 min
8 lectures
Welcome to the Course!10 min
Syllabus10 min
Glossary of Terms10 min
Suggested Readings - "The Monument Lists"10 min
Grading10 min
Pre-Course Survey10 min
Welcome to Week 110 min
Lecture 1 Image Sources10 min
1 heure pour terminer

It Takes a City: The Founding of Rome and the Beginnings of Urbanism in Italy

Evolution of Roman architecture from the Iron Age through the Late Republic with emphasis on city planning, wall building, and early Roman temple architecture....
5 vidéos (Total 75 min), 1 lecture
5 vidéos
2.2 The Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus Capitolinus 17 min
2.3 Defensive Stone Walls and Regular Town Planning 17 min
2.4 The Hellenization of Late Republican Temple Architecture 18 min
2.5 The Advent of the Corinthian Order 11 min
1 lecture
Lecture 2 Image Sources10 min
1 heure pour terminer

Technology and Revolution in Roman Architecture

The Revolution in Roman Architecture through the widespread adoption of opus caementicium (concrete) used for expressive as well as practical purposes....
5 vidéos (Total 70 min), 1 lecture
5 vidéos
3.2 The First Experiments in Roman Concrete Construction 11 min
3.3 Sanctuaries and the Expressive Potential of Roman Concrete Construction 16 min
3.4 Innovations in Concrete at Rome: The Tabularium and The Theater of Marcellus15 min
3.5 Concrete Transforms a Mountain at Palestrina 13 min
1 lecture
Lecture 3 Image Sources10 min
2 heures pour terminer

Civic Life interrupted: Nightmare and Destiny on August 24, A.D. 79

Civic, commercial, and religious buildings of Pompeii buried by the devastating eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79 and later rediscovered. Daily life in Pompeii is illustrated through its bakeries and fast food stands and a moving account dramatizes what happened when disaster struck....
6 vidéos (Total 72 min), 2 lectures
6 vidéos
4.2 The Early Settlement and the Forum at Pompeii 10 min
4.3 The Capitolium and Basilica of Pompeii 8 min
4.4 Pompeii’s Entertainment District: The Amphitheater, Theater, and Music Hall15 min
4.5 Bath Complexes at Pompeii 12 min
4.6 Daily Life and the Eruption of Vesuvius 13 min
2 lectures
Welcome to Week 210 min
Lecture 4 Image Sources10 min
1 heure pour terminer

Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous: Houses and Villas at Pompeii

Domestic architecture at Pompeii from its beginnings to the eruption of Vesuvius with emphasis on the development of the domus italica and the Hellenized domus and featuring the House of the Faun and Villa of the Mysteries....
6 vidéos (Total 76 min), 1 lecture
6 vidéos
5.2 Early Pompeian Houses and the Ideal Hellenized Domus 9 min
5.3 Hellenized Houses in Pompeii 13 min
5.4 The House of the Faun 15 min
5.5 Additional Pompeian Houses 12 min
5.6 Villa of the Mysteries 9 min
1 lecture
Lecture 5 Image Sources10 min
3 heures pour terminer

Habitats at Herculaneum and Early Roman Interior Decoration

What befell the city of Herculaneum’s inhabitants when they tried to escape Vesuvius. The development of the city’s domestic architecture, especially the Houses of the Mosaic Atrium and the Stags, is traced as is the evolution of First and Second Style Roman wall painting, the latter transforming the flat wall into a panoramic window....
6 vidéos (Total 73 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
6 vidéos
6.2 Houses at Herculaneum and the Samnite House 7 min
6.3 Further Developments in Domestic Architecture at Herculaneum: The House of the Mosaic Atrium and the House of the Stags 17 min
6.4 First Style Roman Wall Painting14 min
6.5 Second Style Roman Wall Painting 12 min
6.6 Second Style Roman Wall Painting and the Family of Augustus8 min
1 lecture
Lecture 6 Image Sources10 min
2 heures pour terminer

Gilding the Lily: Painting Palaces and Villas in the First Century A.D.

Third Style Roman wall painting in villas belonging to elite patrons. Third Style painting is characterized by departure from perspectival vistas and return to a flat wall decorated with panel pictures and attenuated architectural elements. The Fourth Style is a compendium of all previous styles. Both coexist in Nero’s Domus Aurea. ...
6 vidéos (Total 74 min), 2 lectures
6 vidéos
7.2 Transition from Second to Third Style at Oplontis 11 min
7.3 The Mature Third Style at Boscotrecase 14 min
7.4 A Third Style Garden and Fabullus Paints the Domus Aurea in Rome17 min
7.5 Fourth Style Eclecticism and Display in Pompeii 12 min
7.6 Scenographic Painting in Herculaneum 6 min
2 lectures
Welcome to Week 310 min
Lecture 7 Image Sources10 min
1 heure pour terminer

Exploring Special Subjects on Pompeian Walls

Painted renditions of special subjects inserted into Second through Fourth Style Roman wall paintings. These include mythological, landscape, genre, still life, and history painting, as well as painted portraiture. Highlights include the Dionysiac Mysteries paintings and the Riot in the Amphitheater, both from residences in Pompeii. ...
6 vidéos (Total 67 min), 1 lecture
6 vidéos
8.2 A Mystical Marriage 17 min
8.3 The God of Wine and His Brides10 min
8.4 Conclusion to the Initiation Rites 7 min
8.5 The Wanderings of Odysseus 13 min
8.6 Genre, Historical, and Portrait Painting 10 min
1 lecture
Lecture 8 Image Sources10 min
2 heures pour terminer

From Brick to Marble: Augustus Assembles Rome

Transformation of Rome by Augustus. Claiming to have found Rome a city of brick and leaving it a city of marble, Augustus exploited marble quarries at Luna (modern Carrara) to build his Forum, decorating it with replicas of Greek caryatids associating his era with Periclean Athens. The contemporary Ara Pacis served as the Luna marble embodiment of Augustus’ new hegemonic empire. ...
7 vidéos (Total 75 min), 2 lectures
7 vidéos
9.2 Julius Caesar, Venus Genetrix, and the Forum Iulium 12 min
9.3 The Ascent of Augustus and Access to Italian Marble 12 min
9.4 Augustus Assembles His Marble City 11 min
9.5 The Forum of Augustus and Its Links to the Greek Past 8 min
9.6 The Ara Pacis Augustae 12 min
9.7 Mussolini, The Meier Museum, and a Jewel on Lungotevere 9 min
2 lectures
Welcome to Week 410 min
Lecture 9 Image Sources10 min
1 heure pour terminer

Accessing Afterlife: Tombs of Roman Aristocrats, Freedmen, and Slaves

Sepulchral architecture in Rome under Augustus. Roman tombs were built in a variety of personalized forms among them the pyramidal Tomb of the aristocrat Gaius Cestius, and the trapezoidal Tomb of Marcus Vergilius Eurysaces, probably a former slave who made his fortune overseeing the baking and public distribution of bread for the Roman army. ...
7 vidéos (Total 71 min), 1 lecture
7 vidéos
10.2 Etruscan Antecedents of the Mausoleum of Augustus 8 min
10.3 The Tomb of Caecilia Metella on the Via Appia 9 min
10.4 The Pyramidal Tomb of Gaius Cestius 12 min
10.5 The Tomb of the Baker Eurysaces and His Wife Atistia 8 min
10.6 Atistia's Breadbasket and Eurysaces' Achievements9 min
10.7 Tombs for Those of Modest Means and the Future of Concrete Architecture 11 min
1 lecture
Lecture 10 Image Sources10 min
3 heures pour terminer

Notorious Nero and His Amazing Architectural Legacy

Architecture under the Julio-Claudian emperors: Tiberius' Villa Jovis on Capri, and, in Rome and at Portus, the eccentric architecture of Claudius with its unique combination of finished and rusticated masonry. The culminating masterwork is Nero’s Domus Aurea with its octagonal room, one of the most important rooms in the history of Roman architecture....
6 vidéos (Total 74 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
6 vidéos
11.2 Caligula and the Underground Basilica in Rome 12 min
11.3 Claudius and the Harbor at Portus 10 min
11.4 Claudius' Porta Maggiore in Rome 7 min
11.5 Nero and the Domus Transitoria in Rome13 min
11.6 The Golden House of Nero and the Octagonal Room 12 min
1 lecture
Lecture 11 Image Sources10 min
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Meilleurs avis

par JQFeb 21st 2018

FANTASTIC COURSE: Although I've been to Rome several times, this course opened my eyes to many aspects of Roman Architecture I was heretofore unaware of. Thanks so much! Dr Quincy

par SWFeb 11th 2018

Well structured & organized materials, well articulated lectures, smartly designed assignments. Diana brought architecture study to a marvelous level. What a delight!



Diana E.E. Kleiner

Dunham Professor of History of Art and Classics at Yale University
History Of Art

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