FF:PAPVA_53 Set in Stone - Course Information
PAPVA_53 Set in Stone. Art and Architecture in Iron Age Northern MesopotamiaFaculty of Arts
- Extent and Intensity
- 2/1/0. 5 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).
- Alessandra Gilibert, Ph.D. (lecturer), Mgr. Inna Mateiciucová, Ph.D. (deputy)
- Guaranteed by
- prof. PhDr. Zdeněk Měřínský, CSc.
Department of Archaeology and Museology - Faculty of Arts
Contact Person: Mgr. Lucia Miškolciová
Supplier department: Department of Archaeology and Museology - Faculty of Arts
- Course Enrolment Limitations
- The course is only offered to the students of the study fields the course is directly associated with.
The capacity limit for the course is 20 student(s).
Current registration and enrolment status: enrolled: 0/20, only registered: 0/20
- fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
- Course objectives
- The course provides the introductory overview of the problems concerning visual culture and its architectonical heritage in Western Asia during Iron Age. In the lectures the students will be at first acquainted with the archaeological and socio- cultural aspects of this topic and they will eventually discover specific and relevant case studies. The course will be held in English. No previous knowledge and understanding of the range of topics is required from the students.
- Geography and chronology Part 1 : Syro- Anatolian Region 1. Syro- Anatolian City States, I. 2. Syro- Anatolian City States, II. 3. Kingdom of Urartu 4. Phrygia and Lydia Part 2 : Levant Phoenician Cities 5. Kingdom of Israel and Judea Part 3 : Northern Mesopotamia 6. Neo-Assyrian Empire, I. 7. Neo-Assyrian Empire, II. Part 4 : Southern Mesopotamia Babylonian Empire 8. Neo-Babylonian Empire Part 5 : Iran 9. Iran during Neo- Elamite Period 10. Achaemenid Empire
- Mazar, Amihai and Ginny Mathias (eds. ) 2001. Studies in the Archaeology of the Iron Age in Israel and Jordan. Sheffield Academic Press.
- Markoe, Glenn E. 2000. The Phoenicians. University of California Press.
- Aro, Sanna. 2003. “Art and architecture,” in The Luwians, ed. by H. Craig Melchert, Leiden, 281-337.
- van de Mieroop, Marc. 2003. Reading Babylon. American Journal of Archaeology 107/2:257-275
- Potts, D.T. 1999. The Archaeology of Elam, Cambridge University Press, ch. 8-9
- Curtis, J.E. and J.E. Reade, Art and empire: treasures from Assyria in the British Museum, London: British Museum Press, 1995.
- Simpson, Elizabeth. 1990. "Midas' Bed" and a Royal Phrygian Funeral”. Journal of Field Archaeology, 17/1:69-87
- Merhav, Rivka. Urartu: A Metalworking Center in the First Millennium B.C.E.. Jerusalem: Israel Museum, 1991.
- Teaching methods
- lectures, PowerPoint presentations
- Assessment methods
- written test Presence: 70%
- Language of instruction
- Further Comments
- Study Materials
The course is taught once in two years.
The course is taught: in blocks.