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Aspects of Ancient Egyptian culture (selected problems) - translatorium

Informacje ogólne

Kod przedmiotu: 3101-DTACPE Kod Erasmus / ISCED: 08.4 / (0222) Historia i archeologia
Nazwa przedmiotu: Aspects of Ancient Egyptian culture (selected problems) - translatorium
Jednostka: Instytut Archeologii
Grupy: Translatorium
Punkty ECTS i inne: 2.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski
Rodzaj przedmiotu:

translatoria

Tryb prowadzenia:

w sali

Skrócony opis: (tylko po angielsku)

The classes concern various aspects of culture of ancient Egypt. Its aim is to show different research directions in space of archaeology, history, religion and art of ancient Egypt.

Pełny opis: (tylko po angielsku)

The classes concern various aspects of culture of ancient Egypt. Its aim is to show different research directions in space of archaeology, history, religion and art of ancient Egypt. Each class will be devoted to different aspect of the Egyptian culture with further reading references:

1. Egypt in context – geography, climate

2. Natural resources of Egypt and craft– stone and metals

3. Natural resources of Egypt and craft – wood and other organic materials

4. Chronology of ancient Egypt – sources and establishing

5. Research on history of ancient Egypt

6. Introduction to Egyptian religion

7. Temple and priesthood

8. Funerary landscape of ancient Egypt

9. Aspects of Egyptian art and architecture

10. Egyptian crafts and artisanship

10. Houses, palace, estate, town and fortress in ancient Egypt

11. Egyptian language and literature

12. Social life of ancient Egyptian

13. Egyptian king and his duties

14. Foreign relations of Egypt

Literatura: (tylko po angielsku)

1. Beckerath J. von, Chronologie des ägyptischen Neuen Reiches, (HÄB 39), Hildesheim 1994

2. Dodson, A. & S. Ikram, 2008, The tomb in Ancient Egypt: royal and private sepulchres from the early dynastic period to the Romans, London ; New York: Thames & Hudson.

3. Bietak, M. (ed.), Haus und Palast im alten Ägypten. Denkschriften der Gesamtakademie. Bd. 14, Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien 1996.

4. Bietak, M., Czerny, E., and Forstner-Müller, I. (ed.), Cities and Urbanism in Ancient Egypt: Papers from a Workshop in November 2006 at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien 2010.

5. Donadoni Roveri A.M., Egyptian Civilization. Daily Life. Egyptian Museum Turin, Electa, Milan 1987.

6. Hall R., Egyptian Textiles, Shire Egyptology, Shire Publications, Buckinghamshire 2001.

7. Harpur, Y. & P. J. Scremin, 1987, Decoration in Egyptian tombs of the Old Kingdom : studies in orientation and scene content, London ; New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

8. Ikram, S., 2002, Death and burial in ancient Egypt, Harlow: Longman.

9. Kemp B.J., Ancient Egypt. Anatomy of a Civilization, New York 1989, 1991

10. Killen G., Egyptian Woodworking and Furniture, Shire Egyptology, Shire Publications, Buckinghamshire 1994.

11. Lehner M., The Complete Pyramids, Thames & Hudson, London 1997.

12. Lehner M., Wetterstrom W. (ed.), Giza Reports I, Ancient Egypt Research Associates Inc., Boston 2007.

13. Manniche L., An Ancient Egyptian Herbal, British Museum Press, London 2006.

14. Manniche L., Music and Musicians in Ancient Egypt, British Museum Press, London 1991.

15. Manniche L., Sacred Luxuries: Fragrance, Aromatherapy, and Cosmetics in Ancient Egypt, Cornell University Press, Ithaca 1999.

16. Moeller N., The Archaeology of Urbanism in Ancient Egypt. From the Predynastic Period to the End of the Middle Kingdom, Cambridge University Press, Chicago 2016.

17. Nicholson, P. T. & I. Shaw (eds.), 2000, Ancient Egyptian materials and technology, Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press.

18. Reeves C., Egyptian Medicine, Shire Egyptology, Shire Publications, Buckinghamshire 1992.

19. Ritner, R. K., 1993, The mechanics of ancient Egyptian magical practice, Chicago, Ill.: Oriental Institute of University of Chicago.

20. Robins, G., 2008, The art of ancient Egypt, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.

21. Shafer, B. E., 1997, Temples of ancient Egypt, Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press.

22. Schäfer Heinrich, Principles of Egyptian Art, Oxford 2002.

23. Simpson W. K. et al. (ed.), The Literature of Ancient Egypt, 3rd edition, Yale University Press, New Haven 2003.

24. Smith, W. S., 1949, A history of Egyptian sculpture and painting in the old kingdom, London, Published on behalf of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

25. Tyldesley J.A., Egyptian Games and Sports, Shire Egyptology, Shire Publications, Buckinghamshire 2007.

26. Uphill, E.P. Egyptian towns and cities. Shire Egyptology. 8. Princes Risborough, Aylesbury, Bucks, UK: Shire Publications, 1988.

27. Vinson S., Egyptian Boats and Ships, Shire Egyptology, Shire Publications, Buckinghamshire 1994.

28. Wilson, H., Egyptian Food and Drink, Shire Egyptology, Shire Publications, Buckinghamshire 2001

Efekty uczenia się: (tylko po angielsku)

-the student knows the basic terminology connected with the culture of ancient Egypt

-the student has an in-depth knowledge of the methodology and terminology concerning the

research on the culture of ancient Egypt

-the student is able to analyze and interpret the extended level of information from the

publications relating to the culture of ancient Egypt

-the student is able to use and analyze information about the archaeological sources

-the student can independently interpret the archaeological sources using appropriate research

methods

-the student can independently acquire information and develop research ideas

-the student knows how to classify and document artifacts of material culture of ancient Egypt

-the student is able to analyze and classify sources of culture of ancient Egypt

-the student knows the latest theories, on the basis of which draws its own conclusions

-the student is able to communicate with the relevant specialists in the field of ancient Egypt

-the student is able to prepare written work using appropriate reference material for the culture of

ancient Egypt

-the student is able to prepare long oral statement concerning issues related to the culture of

ancient Egypt

-the student knows the level of their own knowledge, understand the need for further learning,

and broaden its skills in the culture of ancient Egypt

Metody i kryteria oceniania: (tylko po angielsku)

The class will end with written essay

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Okres: 2020-02-17 - 2020-06-10
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