Bachelor's degree in Archaeology or other relevant discipline obtained.
This practical lecture series starts with the basics of construction history, ‘Standing up Archaeology’.
Several tutorials will address:
Stone and brick (types, bonds, ages, finishing)
Timber (types, marks, walls, floors, ceilings and roofs)
Windows and doors
Foundations and cellars
Heritage and restoration
Subsequently, there will be a practical exercise, in which will be explained how to make a documentation and description of one element of an existing building, which will lead to the final paper.
Using a building element and placing it in a functional and historical context will result in a final paper, to be delivered in May.
Course schedule details can be found in MyTimetable.
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Mode of instruction
Midterm exam (50%);
Final paper (50%).
The paper needs to be at least a 5.5: no compensation is allowed.
A retake is only possible for the final paper, but only if all other requirements have been met.
All assessment deadlines (exams, retakes, paper deadlines etc.) can be found in MyTimetable.
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To be composed individually;
For Dutch students: Stenvert, R. en G. van Tussenbroek, 2020. Inleiding in de Bouwhistorie. Utrecht: Matrijs.
Enrolment through MyStudymap is mandatory.
General information about registration can be found on the Course and Exam Enrolment page.
Exchange and Study Abroad students: please see the Study Abroad/Exchange website for information on how to apply.
All information (costs, registration, entry requirements, etc.) for those who are interested in taking this course as a Contractstudent is on the Contractonderwijs Archeologie webpage (in Dutch).
For more information about this course, please contact prof. dr. ing. D.J. (Dirk) de Vries.