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Week 4 and 5 110 11

Week 4 and 5 110 11






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    • ANCIENT ART HISTORY SURVEY: Weeks 4 and 5 NEXT WEEK: We will review for the First Exam in the second half of class. First Exam is the week after. ONLINE REVIEWS IN PPT. FORMAT ARE AVAILABLE ON BLACKBOARD.THESE ARE BRIEF REVIEWS OF SOME OF OUR CLASS DISCUSSION WHICH MIGHT HELP YOU IN STUYDING. AGAIN, THESE ARE BRIEF REVIEWS, THEY ARE DEFINITELY NOT INTENDED AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR MISSED CLASSES.Names and terms: Mastaba, Step Pyramid (Saqqara), Djoser (also spelled “Zoser”),Imhotep, Saqqara, Ben Ben Stone, necropolis, cenotaph, intentional archaism, SedFestival (Heb Sed/Jubilee), Great Pyramids at Giza (Khufu, Khafre, Menkaure), sphinx(“Great Sphinx”/Giza), capstone, limestone casing blocks, solar barque, Valley of theKings, Howard Carter, scarab, Valley of the Queens, Nefertari, Ramesses II (Ramses,“The Great”), Deir al Medina, Hierakonpolis, pylon, hypostyle hall, Edfu (Horus,Ptolomies), Abydos (Osiris), Luxor and Karnak (Thebes), obelisk, sunken relief, Battle ofKadesh, Ramesseum, Abu Simbel, Nubians, sanctuary (Ptah, Amun, Ramesses II, Ra),Aswan Dam, Lake Nasser, Temple of Nefertari (Hathor), Hatshepsut, Tuthmose(Tuthmosis) I-III, Ahmose, Senmut (Senenmut), Nofret (Nefrua), Deir al Bahri (Deir elBahari), Akhenaten, Amenophis (Amenhotep) III-IV, Tiy, the Aten, Akhetaten (Amarna;Amarna Period), Nefertiti, Tutankhamun, HoremhebPossible essay questions:----Who were Djoser and Imhotep? What were some of the important innovations at theStep Pyramid complex at Saqqara?--What was the political intent behind Ramesses II building a great temple at AbuSimbel, and what was the astrological orientation of this temple? Discuss the attempt topreserve the temple in the 1960s.--How was Egyptian art different or untraditional during the reigns of Hatshepsut andAkhenaten? To what were the deviations attributable?Images from text:Step Pyramid of King Djoser, c.2600 BC, page 44 and detail on page 45The Great Pyramids and Sphinx, c.2500 BC, pages 45, 47Temple of Ramesses II at Abu Simbel, c.1250, page 55Hatshepsut Temple and Portrait as King, c.1460, pages 53, 54Akhenaten/Akhenaten, Nefertiti and daughters, c.1350, pages 59, 61