12 weekly sessions consisting of lectures, presentations, and class discussion.
This unit will give students a comprehensive overview of the main archaeological sites in Egypt from Late Antiquity, looking at both communal monasteries and semi-anchoritic settlements, analysing their characteristic components and their evolution in time. Students will also study the representation of wall paintings presented in the most important monastic sites. This unit will also consider how textual information pertaining to the various theologies present in late antique Egypt is reflected in monastic architecture, as revealed archaeologically.
|7:00pm – 9:00pm||Donvale Campus||Auditorium||Aug 21, 2020 – Dec 15, 2020||Dr Lisa Agaiby|
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