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Studying ancient - as well as medieval or modern - cities basically means telling local urban stories based on the reconstruction of changing landscapes through the centuries. Given the fragmentary nature of archaeological evidence, it is necessary to create new images that would give back the physical aspect of the urban landscape and that would bring it to life again. We are not just content with analyzing the many elements still visible of the ancient city. The connections between objects and architectures, visible and non visible buildings, which have been broken through time have to be rejoined, to acknowledge the elements that compose the urban landscape. Landscape and its content are a very relevant and still vital part of any national cultural heritage. 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. “The Changing Landscape of Ancient Rome. Archeology and History of the Palatine Hill” presents to a large public the topographical lay-out of the most relevant part of the city (according the Greek and Roman Historians Rome was founded on the Palatine). 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....



Mar 21, 2018

I’m now living in Siena so visiting Roma and it’s wonderful ancient architecture especially the Roman forum and the palatine hill has new excitement and knowledge for me.


May 1, 2018

I appreciate the opportunity to learn the history of Rome and how it became the marvel city it is today . I will enjoy a lot more my next trip to Rome. Thank you .


101 - The Changing Landscape of Ancient Rome. Archaeology and History of the Palatine Hill 的 111 个评论(共 111 个)

创建者 Michelle N

Jul 11, 2020

Found a lot of translating errors which made the course a little frustrating. Overall learnt a lot about Ancient Rome.

创建者 David J W

Dec 24, 2018

Lost interest, couldn't finish. Probably could have read a book on the subject and saved myself the time.

创建者 Leticia L

Jun 12, 2017

Curso interesante y entretenido

创建者 Ygor K B

Feb 19, 2019

very good

创建者 Jonathan G

Feb 16, 2018

some of the quiz questions have nothing to do with the course! I know I was about archaeology but it seemed more conducive to Roman architecture than anything else. This course was misleading.

创建者 Parsa L

Jul 12, 2021

Questions on quiz are completely different than things talked about. Ridiculous! Took many hours of watching videos to decipher what he was specifically hinting on.

创建者 Massimo R

Mar 24, 2019

Maps are terrible. Close Captioning non existent at times. English pronounciation is bad. The subject is interesting though

创建者 Maureen C

Jul 3, 2020

Topic of interest but hard to follow poor English of professor. Better use subtitles and Italian

创建者 Marlene C

Feb 16, 2018

No transcripts, difficult to understand the audio.

I thought this was a course about history turns out its a course about AutoCAD and needs software I can't install.

First quiz is on content not in the video, the video was about installing AutoCAD.

创建者 Elaine D

Mar 17, 2021

English translation is very poor. Test questions aren’t covered well in lecture.

I found this curse very frustrating and not very enjoyable.

创建者 Kenneth P

Jul 18, 2019

Impossible to use because of hearing impairment.