a) Understand ancient history, showing high conceptual domain, contents and specific bibliography;
b) To reveal skills of critical analysis and interpretation of textual and iconographic sources;
c) Be able to conceive, plan, carry out and communicate an original investigation;
d) To be able to carry out a research work whose result can be the object of national or international publication;
Maria Helena do Nascimento Rego Pereira Trindade Lopes
Weekly - 2
Total - 280
JEFFREYS, D., Views of Ancient Egypt Since Napoleon Bonaparte: Imperialism Colonialism and Modern Appropriations, London, University College London, 2003.
SHAW, I., Exploring Ancient Egypt, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2003.
TRAD, M. ; ELDAMATY, M., Egyptian Museum Collections around the World, Cairo, 2002.
WILKINSON, R. H. (ed.) Egyptology Today, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Practical sessions: Document comments.
Evaluation method - - A written work(80%), - Oral presentation of written work(20%)
1. The nature of scientific knowledge in Egyptology.
2. Application of scientific research methodologies.
3. Dissertation / thesis presentation exercises
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