The programme is addressed not only to students of Archaeology but also to the broader public, especially those with a particular interest in prehistoric/protohistoric times in broader eastern Mediterranean area.
Months of entry
The present programme will examine a number of models, mainly made of terracotta and scarcely of stucco, uncovered in Crete and Cyprus with references to respective Egyptian products in clay and wood and will also discuss their meaning.
Lesson 1: Introduction- Models of Minoan Crete
In this lesson we will define the term model and we will examine models of Minoan Crete.
Lesson 2: Cyprus: Pottery decorated with figures (I)
In our second lesson we will examine the case of Cyprus.
Lesson 3: Cyprus: Pottery decorated with figures (II)- Autonomous Models
Here, we will further analyze the case of Cyprus with emphasis on autonomous models.
Lesson 4: Egyptian Models-Conclusions
Finally, egyptian models and further conclusions will be discussed.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Admissions Office