Archaeology – Doctoral Degree 2014
Metal Ages of Southeast Europe
Status: optional
Recommended Year of Study: 1
Recommended Semester: 1
ECTS Credits Allocated: 10.00
Pre-requisites: Command of the English language and a working knowledge of German.

Course objectives: Familiarization with the new approach in interpreting the formation, development and communication between certain late prehistoric cultures in southeastern Europe under the influence of eastern Mediterranean Hellenic culture.

Course description: Review of leading metal age cultures (copper, bronze and iron) in southeastern Europe. Special attention will be given to material and spiritual culture study of paleobalkan people from the pre roman times in the western, central and eastern Balkan region.

Learning Outcomes: Midterm examination and oral examination

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