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Educational potential of the collection of ancient plaster casts at Duchcov Chateau
Kovalovská, Soňa ; Havlůjová, Hana (advisor) ; Kepartová, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on the educational potential of the collection of plaster casts of ancient sculpture, which is exhibited at the chateau Duchcov in an exhibition entitled Enchanted by Antiquity. The theoretical part of the thesis is devoted to the introduction and history of the collection of plaster casts of ancient sculpture belonging to the Institute of Classical Archaeology of the Faculty of Arts of Charles University and its selected parallels abroad. In this part of the thesis the educational programs and events in these foreign institutions are also discussed. The second part of the thesis is devoted to the current state of education for the exhibition Enchanted by Antiquity and mainly to the analysis of the educational potential of this exhibition. It also includes a practical part devoted to the preparation, realization and evaluation of the pilot educational program entitled On Mount Olympus. Following the tracks of Greek myths and legends, which is intended for the 2nd grade of elementary school. KEYWORDS education, educational programme, Classical antiquity, plaster casts, Duchcov Chateau, interpretation, culture heritage
Roman villas along the Moselle
Kovalovská, Soňa ; Musil, Jiří (advisor) ; Stančo, Ladislav (referee)
This thesis focuses on the individual Roman villas along the Moselle, with their historical and geographical contexts. It also provides general information about Roman villas. The introductory part of the work deals with the localization of the Moselle and the definition of the investigated area, the next part is devoted to its historical development. The thesis includes the typology of Roman villas. The main part deals with specific individual villas along the Moselle. Theoretical knowledge is supplemented by my own photographs.
The social role and meaning of jewels in the Old Kingdom
Kovalovská, Soňa ; Bárta, Miroslav (advisor) ; Janák, Jiří (referee)
This work offers a view into the representation and function of the jewellery in the Old Kingdom. We can consider jewellery as a part of the cultural values of mankind, not only because of its aesthetic function. My purpose is a comprehensive insight of the importance and the representation of jewellery in the Old Kingdom, which is associated with a social role of the tomb owners. The primary source of knowledge of the meanings and functions of the jewellery are the iconographic sources in the Old Kingdom nonroyal tombs, including the scenes of the jewellery workshops and jewels as part of the funerary equipment.
Roman villas along the Moselle
Kovalovská, Soňa ; Musil, Jiří (advisor) ; Stančo, Ladislav (referee)
This thesis focuses on the individual Roman villas along the Moselle, with their historical and geographical contexts. It also provides general information about Roman villas. The introductory part of the work deals with the localization of the Moselle and the definition of the investigated area, the next part is devoted to its historical development. The thesis includes the typology of Roman villas. The main part deals with specific individual villas along the Moselle. Theoretical knowledge is supplemented by my own photographs.
Economic aspects of the animation of archaeological landmarks
Kovalovská, Soňa ; Patočka, Jiří (advisor) ; Kouba, Vojtěch (referee)
This bachelor's work deals with the animation of archaeological landmarks and the economic aspects of these animations as well as the question of returnability of the invested money, specifics of this question taken into consideration. In the first part of my work I deal with the definition of archaeological landmarks and with their legislative basis. The second part focuses on the animation of archaeological landmarks, including the definition of animation, its methods and reasons for animation. The following chapter concerns economic aspects of the animation of archaeological landmarks and its financing. The work is concluded with three practical examples of archaeological landmarks and their economic aspects -- the Archaeological Park Carnuntum in Austria, Roman Villa Borg in Germany and Archaeological Park Augusta Raurica in Switzerland.

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