The final examination will be oral. The oral exam will focus on the greek history. There will be at least two questions, some questions on the historiography's textbook and on course contents, starting from the ancient sources read during the course. Students must recognize, contextualize and comment these sources.
This exam will make up 50% of the final mark.
The mark will be based on the knowledge of facts, on methodological skills acquired and on the ability to speak (accuracy of language and logical discourse structure).
The achievement of a critical vision of the topics addressed and the mastery of the specific language will be evaluated with marks of excellence (27-30 cum laude). A mnemonic knowledge of the subject and the use of a correct language, but not always appropriate, will lead to discrete evaluations (23-26). Minimum knowledge of the subjects studied and inappropriate language will lead to just enough votes (18-22). Where there are serious shortcomings, the test result will be negatively evaluated.