640026 VO Ancient History I: Roman History from 193 to 235 AD: Players and Structures

winter semester 2021/2022 | Last update: 27.05.2021 Place course on memo list
640026
VO Ancient History I: Roman History from 193 to 235 AD: Players and Structures
VO 1
2,5
every 2 weeks
annually
German

Broadening and deepening of subject-specific skills in the area of Ancient History byexamination of new and unfamiliar topics with reference to current research tendencies and controversies. Implementation of scientific competence (methods and work techniques) andincorporation with content, development of qualifications to autonomous historicalreasoning.

The course gives an overview of the history of the Imperium Romanum at the time of the Severan emperors (193-235 AD) on the basis of historiographical, numismatic and epigraphic sources. These years are often considered as a transitional period from the time of the Adoptive Emperors to the era of Soldier emperors. The course questions whether the time considered qualifies as a time of tremendous change. Hence, important events, general structures and the socio-economic conditions in the military, administration, daily life and religion will be discussed.

Digital teaching; lectures

Exam at the end of the semester

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