HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2. - ANTIQUITY

BUTE Faculty of Architecture

Department for History of Architecture and of Monuments

Subject:

The subject in

History of Architecture II. Antiquity

Az építészet története II. - Ókor


Code:

BME EP ET A201-

Hungarian:




(BME EP ET 2411)

Form of exam:

oral exam

Credits:

3

The position of the subject after the curriculum:

2nd semester

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Tamás MEZŐS


Responsible:

Prof. Dr. Tamás MEZŐS

SEMESTRIAL REQUIREMENTS

Requirements:

Enrolment to the NEPTUN system.

Educational method:

Lectures and practical.

Attendance:

The attendance is obligatory, the presence must have been regularly checked

Control during the semester:

Two tests, a practical and a theoretic

One of the two failed or missed test may be repeated twice.

Semestrial pro- ject:

3 semestrial project in the form of A3 must prepared, which contains the

orthogonal presentation of the 5 (1 Doric, 2 Ionic, 2 Corinthian) type of Greek and the 4 (1 Doric, 1 Tuscan, 1 Ionic, 1 Corinthian) type of Roman orders.

Terms of sub- scription

At least acceptable (passed) result of each test and passed evaluation for each of the 3 project.

Form of exam

written test

The repetition of the exam

Only one of the two failed or missed tests could be repeated twice

The final mark:

The result of the

  • Practical test counts 20%
  • Semestrial project counts 20 %
  • Theoretic test counts 60%

BRIEF SCHEDULE OF THE COURSE

lectures

practical

1.

07. 02.

The architectural space, its form and meaning.

Introduction to history of architecture. Sacral architecture of Mesopotamia.


The evaluation of the Greek and Roman order

2.

14. 02.

The dwelling house, the palace, the town and the funerary architecture of Mesopotamia

The Greek Doric order

The program of the semester project

3.

21. 02.

The beginnings of stone architecture in Egypt – The first monumental architectural creation, the grave


The Roman Doric and the Tuscan order

28. 02.

The temple architecture in Egypt; the dwelling house, the palace and the town.

The Greek Attic and the Asia Minor type of Ionic order.

4.

07. 03.

Architecture of the Mediterraneum in BC 3-1 millennium. Crete, Mycene, Troi, Palesine and Phonice


The Roman Ionic order

5.

14. 03.

Architecture of Greece – general conditions

The classical order.

The Greek Corinthian order. (Tower of the Winds and the Lysicrates memorial type)

6.

28. 03.

The Greek Temple.


The Roman Corinthian order

7.

11. 04.

The Greek house, and the Hellenistic town planning

Greek public building architecture.

The creation of the enthasis and the tympanum

8.

18. 04.

Evolution of the Roman culture.

Military architecture and town planning. The Roman Forum


1st (practical) test 13. 04. 12:00

9.

25. 04.

The Roman house and the palace.

Space cover structures (Arches, vaulting, dome)

10.

02. 05.

Roman sacral and public architecture.


Consultation on the project

11.

09. 05.

2nd (theoretic)test

Consultation on the project


The deadline of submission of the semester project is at 12:00 hours 14. 05.

The final deadline of the submission is at 12:00 hours 22. 05.

1st repetition of the failed or missed test 22. 05.

2nd repetition of the failed or missed test 25. 05.


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