No prerequisites are required
Knowledge of Roman history, from the founding of Rome to the fall of the Western Roman Empire with focus on the Imperial age. Knowledge of the relative sources and institutions, particularly in the Republican and Imperial Ages. The provinces of the empire from the Republican period to the Imperial age and the urbanization.
The Romans and their historiography; historical documentation and reconstruction; epigraphic documents; new directions in Archaeological research. italic origins, the Etruscans; the origins of Rome; the conquest of Italy; expansio to the Mediterranean; the age of revolution. Augustus and the imperial solution; the Flavian and Antonine dynasties; the military empire: the Severans and the anarchy of the III century. The decline and recovery of the Empire; the trnasformation of the ancient world. The Roman Provinces. Institutional aspects of Roman history.
G. Cresci Marrone, F. Rohr Vio, L. Calvelli, "Roma antica. Storia e documenti", Il Mulino, Bologna 2014.
Mario Pani, "Augusto e il Principato", Il Mulino, Introduzioni, Bologna 2013.
Face to face lessons with Power point, seminars.
There will be practical exercises at some archaeological sites of particular importance and the epigraphic laboratory.
Attilio Mastino: Palazzo Segni Viale Umberto 52, Sassari, mobile 335 6308862
Readiness to offer individual assistance also in a foreign language to incoming students: French
Availability of supporting material and bibliographic references also in a foreign language: LE GLAY M., VOISIN J.-L., LE BOHEC Y., "Histoire romaine", Paris, Presses Universitaires de France 2005.
Readiness to accept examination of incoming students also in a foreign language: French