Master's Degree in Archaeological Techniques
ECTS; º Ano, , 0,0 T + 0,0 PL + 0,0 TP + 0,0 P + 0,0 TC + 0,0 S + 0,0 E + 0,0 OT + 0,0 O
On completion of the course the students should have acquired general knowledge of world prehistoric art, rock art and mobile art, all cultural eras and horizons as well as world sites.
Introduction to prehistoric art. Characterisation of prehistoric art: rock art, mobile art, megalithic art. Stelae statues, sculpture and other art forms in prehistory. The history of discoveries and the first studies,theories and researchers. Geographic distribution. Rock art in the five continents. The concept of zones, areas, set and complex. Dating, study and analyis methods....
Written part (50%)
Oral presentation (50%)
- BAHN, P. (1998). The Cambridge Illustrated History of Prehistoric Art. Cambridge: Cambridge Universty Press
Method of interaction
Theoretical and practical sessions supported by internet resources.
Software used in class