Introduction to the Auxiliary Sciences of History
Code: 38062
ECTS: 3.0
Lecturers in charge: prof. dr. sc. Mirjana Matijević-Sokol
Take exam: Studomat
English level:

1,0,0

All teaching activities will be held in Croatian. However, foreign students in mixed groups will have the opportunity to attend additional office hours with the lecturer and teaching assistants in English to help master the course materials. Additionally, the lecturer will refer foreign students to the corresponding literature in English, as well as give them the possibility of taking the associated exams in English.
Load:

1. komponenta

Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 15
Seminar 15
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
Description:
Course description
The aim of the course is to introduce students to the basic skills of research (paleography, diplomatics, chronology, heraldry, seals, historical metrology, numismatics, genealogy, historical demography, geography histrorijska mapping, etc.) Introduction to fundamental skills of research and achieve insight into the technical knowledge and procedures particularly for work on medieval original material in archives, libraries, etc.

e-learning level 1
english level 1

Competency
After finishing the programme student will be able to
tell what is the interpretation of history,
demonstrate the importance of interdisciplinary interpretations of historical events,
reconstruct historiographic tools in making conclusions of historical processes and events.

Learning Outcomes
1. list the most important sources of Croatian medieval history written in Latin language,
2. describe the importance of the Latin script in its meaning for Croatian cultural identity,
3. explain the origin and development of each of the Latin script
4. identify developmental stages and main characteristics of each Latin script for dating the manuscript,
5. analyze and transcribe manuscripts written in Beneventan script, Carolingian minuscule, Gothic minuscule and Humanist minuscule
6. analyze public and private documents,
7. explain different ways and styles when dating a medieval document,
8. define the types and methods of sealing medieval documents,
9. explain epigraphic inscriptions.


Week plan
1. Introductory lecture
2. What is history? - Concept and content, creators of history the old world and the Middle Ages, the emergence of modern erudition, erudition of the historical science (19 20 c.)
3. Palaeography Greek, Roman and medieval Latin paleography (capital cursive minuscule, uncials, minuscule roman, italic letter, Beneventan, Carolingian, Gothic and humanistic minuscule)
4. The system stands nomina sacra, notes iuris, abbreviation signs
5. Epigraphy Greek and Roman epigraphy; role inscription in ancient period and the Middle Ages; epigraphic documents and history; contribution inscriptions historical science, and how to use the old labels
6. Cryptography (SECRET)
7. Diplomacy historical development, general and special; document types (public and private); development office (Imperial, Royal, Pontifical, notary, loca credibilia)
8. Analysis of documents the original, authentic copies, forgeries
9. Chronology - time and place in historical science duration, rhythm and continuity; climate fluctuations, cycles and solar activity, calculation of the calendar, weather categories short and long periods of time; Church liturgical calendar (Computus) periods, eras and styles
10. Sphragistic Antiquity and the early Middle Ages, the technique seals, sealing manner; royal seal, physical and moral persons, modern navigation studying seals, stamps and postal stamps
11. Heraldry
12. Archival (general and specific)
13. Numismatics the meaning of money in economics and sociology, life and death, money, typology, aesthetics and art history, and the history of money
14. Historical geography identify sites; relationship geography and history; geohistory (historical geography), historical cartography (methods)
15. Historical metrology (old measures and weights)


Grading
Evaluation of the active participation and preparation for classes, evaluated colloquium, seminar. The final exam is oral.
Literature:
  1. Histoire et ses methodes, Encyclopedie de la Pleiade, Paris, Gallimard, 1961
    A. Gury, Manuel de diplomatique, Paris 1925
    J. Stipišić, Pomoćne povijesne znanosti u teoriji i praksi, Zagreb, Školska knjiga, 1985. i 1991
    B. Bischoff, Paleographie de l'antiquite romaine et du Moyen age occidental, Paris Picard 1993; ima na njemačkom, engleskom i talijanskom
    G. Batelli, Lezioni di paleografia, Citta del Vaticano 2002.
    F. Šanjek, Latinska paleografija i diplomatika, Zagreb 2005.
    B. Stulli, Arhivistika i arhivska služba, Zagreb 1997.
    A. Palestra, Lineamenti di archivistica ecclesiastica, Milano 1965.
    B. Zmajić, Heraldika, sfragistika, genealogija, veksilologija i rječnik heraldičkog nazivlja, Zagreb, Golden marketing, 1996
    M. Pastoureau, Traite d'heraldique, Paris, Picard, 1993.
  2. A. Gulin, Hrvatska crkvena srednjovjekovna sfragistika (Golden marketing), Zagreb 1998.;
    Z. Herkov, Naše stare mjere i utezi: uvod u teoriju povijesne metrologije i njezine praktična primjena pri proučavanju naše gospodarske povijesti (Školska knjiga), Zagreb 1973.;
    B. Mimica, Numizmatika na povijesnom tlu Hrvatske (IV. st. pr. Krista - 1918.) (Vitagraf), Rijeka 1994.;
    J. Nagy, Diplomatika (I. Postanak i razvoj diplomatike, II. Izprave, III. Diplomatika kod Hrvata), u: Hrvatska Enciklopedija - Encyclopaedia Croatica, sv. V. ( Hrvatski izdavalački bibliografski zavod), Zagreb 1945., str. 58-65;
    V. Stipetić - N. Vekarić, Povijesna demografija Hrvatske (Hrvatska akademija znanosti i umjetnosti - Zavod za povijesne znanosti u Dubrovniku), Zagreb 2004.;
    M. Slukan Altić, Povijesna kartografija: kartografski izvori u povijesnim znanostima (Meridijani), Samobor 2003. ;
    A. Cappelli: Cronologia, cronografia e calendario perpetuo (Hoepli) Milano 2002.;
    R. Matijašić, Uvod u latinsku epigrafiju (Filozofski fakultet), Pula 2002.;
    Adriano Cappelli: Dizionario di abbreviature latine ed italiane, Milano, Ulrico Hoepli, 2004.
1. semester Not active
POV (17193): Izborni predmeti na dvopredmetnome studiju povijesti - Mandatory studij - History
SOC (2960) - izborni TZP - Mandatory studij - Sociology

2. semester
POV (17193): Izborni predmeti na dvopredmetnome studiju povijesti - Mandatory studij - History
SOC (2960) - izborni TZP - Mandatory studij - Sociology

3. semester Not active
POV (17193): Izborni predmeti na dvopredmetnome studiju povijesti - Mandatory studij - History
SOC (2960) - izborni TZP - Mandatory studij - Sociology

4. semester
POV (17193): Izborni predmeti na dvopredmetnome studiju povijesti - Mandatory studij - History
SOC (2960) - izborni TZP - Mandatory studij - Sociology

5. semester Not active
POV (17193): Izborni predmeti na dvopredmetnome studiju povijesti - Mandatory studij - History
SOC (2960) - izborni TZP - Mandatory studij - Sociology

6. semester
POV (17193): Izborni predmeti na dvopredmetnome studiju povijesti - Mandatory studij - History
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