* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
Using comparative methods the students develop a sense of historical, economic, political and cultural continuity and specific social identity in our region. The particular area of ++study was reduced to the continental part of the Croatia, romanized and urbanized, during the Roman conquest of the 1st ct. BC to 1st ct AD. Maximum effort will represent just a comparative method of studying life in the ancient world, as well as the first comparison of life in Rome, with life in ancient Pannonia, and after that, on the basis of published studies, which have so far segmental type, as possible, set up the basic features and common points, and the backbone of life of ancient man in Pannonia. There will be the following elements of ancient life daily life in Rome and province, home furnishings, leisure, clothing, hair, jewelry and cosmetics, marriage, raising children, funeral customs and traditions associated with the cult.
* Study the existing stereotypes of Roman population
* Offer new content and a new approach to the topic
* Explain the importance of the creation of social classes senatorial and knightly class, the colonial elite, the lower strata of society, way of life and the difference among the population on the basis of personal and civic - legal status and ethnicity
* To examine the issue of slavery, the population in urban areas and roadways, economic activities (agriculture and animal husbandry, crafts and trade, rustic and banking, etc.) through the prism of participants and beneficiaries, traditional Roman economy and innovation, occupations (traditional influence in the performance certain duties comparison peregrine and immigrant population)
* More specifically explain the customs, arts and culture and the Roman provincial population - opportunities and their interdependencies between study
* Consider the above in context the age of conquest, colonization and Romanization as a political and cultural processes, organization of the Roman state administration (division into provinces), material culture and permeating Roman and indigenous culture in onomastics, religion and fine arts, and in the context of the late Roman period - the emergence of Christianity.
e-learning level 1
english level 1
After finishing the programme student will be able to 1. define historical processes typical for certain historical period; 2. explain cause and effect relations of historical events and processes 3. construct a historical context 4. compare historical processes of different periods
1. identify new content and a new approach to the topic
2. Describe the importance of the creation of social classes senatorial and knightly class, the colonial elite, the lower strata of society, way of life and the difference among the population on the basis of personal and civic-legal status and ethnicity
3. Describe the issue of slavery, the population in urban areas and out urban area, economic activities (agriculture and animal husbandry, crafts and trade, rustic and banking, etc.) through the prism of participants and beneficiaries, the traditional economy and Roman innovations occupations (traditional influence in the performance of certain duties comparison peregrine immigrant population)
4. Explain the customs, arts and culture and the Roman provincial population - opportunities and their interdependencies between study
5. Compare the time of the conquest, colonization and Romanization as a political and cultural processes and the organization of the Roman state administration
1. Introductory lecture, introduction to the subject and literature
2. Historical sources (material and written); totality of life in Rome early Principate
3. Explanation of terms colonies and municipiums-importance in the Roman province
4. Roman administration and Roman province in today(s Croatian; Provincial Economy
5. Warfare, military, veterans, pacification and urbanization Illyria
6. The legal system, urban planning, Pax Romana, trade
7. Taxes, laws, piracy and robbery, roads
8. Jewelry and cosmetics, dance, house and furniture, leisure, clothing and hair
9. Architecture, basilica, baths, forum, colonial and city administration regents, officers, quaestors, bequests
10. Slaves and column (friends night(, family, food, streetscape
11. The management and treatment of the country, housing extra muros rustic, Roman road
12. Monet, tools, games, education, education, transport Intra Muros
13. Indigenous people, the process of Romanization, philosophy, science, religion, calendar, arts, crafts
14. Province in Late Antiquity, the emergence and influence of Christianity on the territory of modern Croatian, during the fall of the Roman Empire on the territory of Illyria-specific characteristics and differences
15. Field work
Participation in lectures and making two seminars related to the assigned topic. Evaluating the multiple relations and to participate in teaching, preparing seminar papers and secondary assessment of written and oral exam.
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