Learn about the culture, beliefs and daily life of two of the ancient civilizations that most fascinate us: Ancient Egypt and Rome .
In addition to the best known aspects of these 2 ancient civilizations we will get to know how they lived their daily lives, their beliefs and the particularities of life of the ancient Egypt and Rome.
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Who should take this courses
These courses are intended for people who want to deepen or initiate their knowledge about Egypt and Rome – two of the greatest civilizations of antiquity .
It is particularly useful for teachers, students or professionals in cultural communication and cultural tourism.
However, it is perfectly suitable for anyone interested in the subjects.
There are no access requirements.
The courses fee (1 single payment) includes access 24 hours / day for unlimited time to:
- Lessons for each theme of the programs
- Links to articles, videos and websites
- Assessment (1 final questionnaire per course)
- Certificate (1 certificate per course).
We are a training entity certified by DGERT – Training Entity Certificate No. 1800/2015 – so the certificate has international validity. Know more.
The course price (a single payment) includes all content, assessment and certificate. The value is exempt from VAT under paragraph 10 of Article 9 of the CIVA.
The 2 courses of the package Egypt and Rome are organized in parts or modules in order to facilitate the learning sequence.
However, you can freely browse the entire courses without any restrictions 24 hours a day, according to your interests and your own work method.
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How it works
What you will learn in the 2-course bundle Egypt and Rome
Unit 1 – Culture
1.1 The Awakening of Egyptian Culture.
1.2 The Importance of the Nile River.
1.3 The Importance of Art.
1.4 The Artisans.
1.5 What Happened to the Patrimony
1.6 How Egyptian Temples Were Saved
Unit 2 – Beliefs
2.1 Afterlife Beliefs and Mythology.
2.2 Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.
2.3 What Happens After the Pharaoh’s Death.
Unit 3 – Daily Life in Ancient Egypt
Unit 4 – Important Ancient Egyptian Personalities
4.1 The Monotheistic Pharaoh who Changed Egypt.
4.2 The Legend of Cleopatra.
Unit 5 – Important Steps in Egyptology
5.1 Tutankhamun’s Treasure.
5.2 The Decipherment of the Egyptian Hieroglyphics.
Unit 6 – Funerary Architecture
6.1 Developments in the Old Kingdom.
6.2 Developments in the New Kingdom.
6.3 Analysis of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Unit 7 – Religious Architecture
7.1 Egyptian Temples.
7.2 The Priests.
7.3 The Decoration in Temples.
7.4 Analysis of the Temple of Amun
Unit 8 – Civil Architecture
Unit 1 – Culture, Leisure and Excesses
The Circus and the horse chariots races.
The Amphitheater and the combats.
2 – Beliefs, Gods and Sacrifices
The gods (Jupiter, Juno, Neptune, Pluto, Minerva, Mars, Venus, Vulcan, Apollo, Diana, Mercury, Ceres, Bacchus…).
3 – Food and Fashion in Ancient Rome
The Food and the Wine.
4 – Personalities who marked life in Ancient Rome
5 – Important Events in Archaeology
The discovery of the buried cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum.
6 – Roman homes
7 – Roman Life
- The birth
- The adoption
- Adult age
- The slaves
- The streets of Ancient Rome
- Health and magic
- The roman calendar.