|Type of course:||Compulsory|
|Language of instruction:||Romanian|
|Erasmus Language of instruction:||English|
|Name of lecturer:||Marius - Liviu Telea|
|Seminar tutor:||Marius - Liviu Telea|
|Form of education||Full-time|
|Form of instruction:||Class|
|Number of teaching hours per semester:||42|
|Number of teaching hours per week:||3|
|Form of receiving a credit for a course:||Grade|
|Number of ECTS credits allocated||3|
1. Introduction. The concept, subject, importance and actuality of Byzantinology.
2. The notions of Byzantium, Byzantine, Byzantins.
3. The History of Byzantinology research. The main schools of Byzantinology.
4. The History of Byzantinology research. The newer schools. The main Byzantinological journals. The International Congresses of Byzantinology.
5. The History of Byzantinology research. Byzantinology in Romania.
6. The historical-geographical background of the Byzantine Empire.
7. Emperor Constantine the Great - the founder of the Byzantine Empire (the battles for power; Constantine - the one master of the Empire; the freedom for Christianity by the so-called Edict of Milan; the religious policy - the First Council of Nicaea (325).
8. Emperor Constantine the Great-the founder of Byzantium (the foundation of Constantinople, the reforms in administration, economy and army, his descendants).
9. The great problems of the Byzantine Empire during the IV-th-V-th Centuries.
10. Theodosius the Great. The triumph of Christianity in the Empire.
11. Byzantium in the late V-th century and the beginning of VI-th.
12. The reign of Justinian I and the Byzantine Empire in the late VI-th century.
13. The Heraclid Dynasty. The Arab danger and the transformations in the Empire during the VII-th century (610-717) (I).
14. The Heraclid Dynasty. The Arab danger and the transformations in the Empire during the VII-th century (610-717) (II).
knowledge and appropriate use of specific notions Byzantine history;
- understanding and interpretation of the essential phenomena that customizes the Byzantine Empire among his contemporary political creations;
- the interpretation of the Byzantium phenomenon as a source of understanding of our national history.