Open only to students accepted to the special program Madrid Center & Liberal Arts in Spanish at UAM.
Taught in Spanish.
- Metallurgy: materials and techniques. Birth and development of complex societies. Socioeconomic and ideological transformations in the transition from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age.
- The birth of complex societies in the Near East, Egypt, China, Indian Valley, and America.
- Europe in the III Millennium BCE. Agricultural intensification and the advances of metallurgy: cultural variety with reference to the Iberian Peninsula
- Chalcolithic and Bronze Ages in the Aegean. Cycladic, Minoan and Helladic-Mycenaean archaeology.
- The Early and Middle Bronze Ages in Europe: regional groups. Principal traits and groups in the Iberian Peninsula.
- Late Bronze Age in Europe. Technological innovations. Intensification of interchanges. Diversification of funeral rituals. Atlantic Bronze/Continental Bronze Ages and their incidence on the Iberian Peninsula.
- The 1st Millennium BCE: Periods. Materials and techniques. The metallurgy of iron.
- Iron I in Europe. Regional diversity. Hallstatt as culturally complex. The Eastern impact on the peninsula.
- Iron II in Europe. La Tène as culturally complex. General panorama of the Iberian Peninsula in the pre-Roman period.
(16885, Prehistoria Reciente)
Locations: Liberal Arts at UAM, Madrid