2023-2024 / HAAR0002-1

Major movements in history of art, archaeology and history of music from the prehistoric period to the end of Antiquity*


30h Th

Number of credits

 Bachelor in ancient and modern languages and literatures5 crédits 
 Bachelor in ancient languages and literatures : classics5 crédits 
 Bachelor in information and communication5 crédits 
 Bachelor in modern languages and literatures : German, Dutch and English5 crédits 
 Bachelor in history of art and archaeology : general5 crédits 
 Bachelor in history5 crédits 
 Bachelor in modern languages and literatures : general5 crédits 
 Bachelor in history of art and archaeology : musicology5 crédits 
 Bachelor in ancient languages and literatures : Oriental studies (Registrations are closed)5 crédits 
 Bachelor in philosophy5 crédits 
 Bachelor in French and Romance languages and literatures : general5 crédits 
 Bachelor in translation and interpretation5 crédits 


Laurent Colonna d'Istria, Emilie Corswarem, Dimitri Laboury, Thomas Morard, Pierre Noiret


Pierre Noiret

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

Teaching in the first semester, review in January


Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

The course aims to trace the major stages in the evolution of visual arts (architecture, painting, sculpture and music) from the Prehistory to the Late Antiquity. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between artistic creation, conceptions of the world and historical context. the available data are diffrente following the periods, like the chronological scales

Learning outcomes of the learning unit

Initiation to the history of art, the archaeology and the history of music of the first degree

Prerequisite knowledge and skills


Planned learning activities and teaching methods


Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)

Face-to-face course

Additional information:

See : http://cipl82.philo.ulg.ac.be/horaires

Recommended or required readings

No syllabus. Students are therefore expected to take notes during class sessions, and to study the course of that basis.

Exam(s) in session

Any session

- In-person

written exam ( multiple-choice questionnaire )

Work placement(s)

Organisational remarks and main changes to the course

Ex cathedra course, organised by prof. Pierre Noiret and given with others teachers (prof. Laurent Colonna d'Istria, Dimitri Laboury, Thomas Morard and Emilie Corswarem).


Organization: prof. Pierre Noiret
E-mail: pnoiret@uliege.ne
Josiane Derullieur
Tél. 04 366 53 41

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