History of Art: Classical and Late Antiquity in Portugal
- Analyze and understand the applicability of the concepts of the Art of Classical Antiquity and Late Antiquity, as well as the High Middle Ages to the territory currently Portuguese.
- Identify and understand the main artistic achievements produced in the territory during the II to X centuries in present Portuguese territory.
- To understand the relations between these artistic achievements and the art produced in other geographies and in identical chronologies;
- To understand the main historiographical problematizations on the defining concepts of historical periods and styles from Classical (Roman) and Late Antiquity (paleochristian), passing through the Early Middle Ages (Suevo, Visigothic and Mozarabic) and art of Christian territorial expansion (Asturian and Leonese) in Portuguese territory.
Carla Maria Lagoas Gaspar Varela Fernandes
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GONÇALVES, L.J.R., Escultura romana em Portugal. Uma arte do quotidiano, Studia Lusitana II, 2 Vols., Museo Nacional de Arte Romano, Mérida, 2007
MACIEL, M. J., A Época Clássica e a Antiguidade Tardia, in História da Arte Portuguesa (Dir. Paulo Pereira), Lisboa: Círculo de Leitores, 1995, pp. 76-149.
MACIEL, M. J., Antiguidade Tardia e Paleocristianismo em Portugal, Lisboa, 1996.
McCLENDON, C. B., The Origins of Medieval Architecture. Building in Europe 600-900
AD. New Haven – London, 2005.
ALMEIDA, Carlos Alberto Ferreira de, “Arte da Alta Idade", História da Arte em Portugal, vol.2, Lisboa, Alfa, 1986
FERNANDES, Paulo Almeida, “Velhos e novos materiais da expansão asturiana e leonesa no ocidente peninsular entre os rios Douro e Mondego. (Muitas) hipóteses hipóteses e (poucas) conclusões”, Arqueología y Territorio Medieval, n.º 24, Jaén, Universidad de Jaén, 2017, pp.11-54
IDEM, “Sinais de vitalidade cristã sob domínio islâmico: a diocese moçárabe”, 2018, pp.61-84
Theoretical-practical lessons, with audiovisual material and the use of teaching
methods and instruments, such as: texts; images.
Test(50%), Active participation both in class and in the virtual forum created in the Moodle platform.(25%), Participation in the project #Medieval Portugal (25%)
To promote the knowledge of the simultaneous historical and artistic evolution without watertight limits and without definitive ruptures, allowing the understanding of the continuities and discontinuities between Antiquity and the Middle Ages.
PART I: Art from the second century BC to the second century AD
PART II: Art from the 3rd to the 8th centuries
PART III: Art of the 9th and 10th centuries
The end of a Time: The destructions of Almanzor
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