060036 VO Introduction to Ancient Egypt: Special Topics (2019W)
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
Possible changes in teh schedule will be announced in due time.
4.10. Egyptian Art HEIN
11.10. State development of Ancient Egypt KÖHLER
18.10. Social development and society HEIN
25.10. Administration HEIN
8.11. Egyptian kingship JANOSI
15.11. Funerary architecture JANOSI
22.11. The Egyptian temple HEIN
28.11. Town development in Ancient Egypt JANOSI
6.12. egyptian chronology KÖHLER
13.12. Religion MOERS
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Within 3 hours, questions are to be answered essay-like (written exam) and the form is to be put on moodle. Schedule appropriate time for downloading the forms and uploading the completed form.
The exam is in open book format: "Open book" means that you can use scientific materials to answer the question. It does not mean, however, that you may copy sentences/text passages 1:1. Sentences from slides or other texts may not be taken over without appropriate marking of the source. When answering the questions, you should always formulate your own thoughts and arguments independently.
A plagiarism check of the submission can be performed. In case of doubt, an oral verification can be made.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
88 - 100 % 1
75 - 87,99 % 2
62,51 - 74,99 % 3
50 - 62,50 % 4
0 - 49,99 % 5
Ian Shaw (Ed.) The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt, 2000 (Paperback/e-book ab 9 Euro)