The course presents the topographical lay-out of the most relevant part of the city. Research developed on the Palatine since the end of last century by the team of Sapienza Classical Archaeologists opened a new phase in the urban archaeological investigation and in the scientific debate about the relation between archaeological features and literary tradition as well as the “correct use“ of both kind of evidence, key issues of wide archaeological and historical significance.
Students will be introduced to methods and procedures developed and successfully applied by Sapienza School of Classical Archaeology in collection, analyses, integration and interpretation of complex and multi-stratified contexts, including actual methods and innovative instruments based on a deep archaeological and historical knowledge but also on ICT technologies.
The course will introduce students to the way we have been reflecting on over the last twenty years and still are engaged with the study of the past of our cities, beginning from the most complex case in the ancient Mediterranean World: the core of Italy and of Roman Empire. On the other hand, knowledge means also preservation and defense of material remains and cultural memory.
Da una terra di confine al più grande insediamento del Lazio (13° - 9° secolo a.C.).
Nasce una città governata da re (8° - 7° secolo a.C.).
Nuovi re prima di un nuovo Stato (6° - 3° secolo a.C.). Lezioni.
I padroni di un impero (2° - fine del 1° secolo a.C.).
La Capitale dell’Impero (fine del 1° secolo a.C. – inizi del 1° secolo d.C.)
La città d’oro (1° - 2° secolo d.C.).
La città d’oro e il suo declino (3° – 6° secolo d.C.).