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Week 8 110 11

  1. 1. Ancient Art History Survey, Week 8Greece, Geometric Period, amphora, krater, kylix, Dipylon vases/Dipylon Cemetery(Athens), Orientalizing Period, Exekias, Kleitias, Ergotimos, Black Figure/RedFigure/White Ground Vase Painting, kore, Archaic Period, archaic smile, kouros, PersianWars, Delian League, kore, Archaic Period, archaic smile, kouros, Persian Wars, DelianLeague, ethos, pathos, pediments/Temple of Zeus at Olympia, Lapiths and Centaurs,Apollo, rythmos, Discobolus (Discus Thrower) by Myron, symmetria, Doryphoros byPolykleitos, lost wax casting, Doric and Ionic orders, entasis, volutes, triglyphs andmetopes, frieze, Corinthian order, acanthusPossible essay questions:Discuss the painting process for Black and Red Figure vases. What were Dipylon vases,and how were their shapes gender-specific?--Define “symmetria.” How is it demonstrated in the Doryphoros by Polykleitos? In whatsense could Greek idealism be considered generic? Describe the Greek technique forcasting full scale bronze figures.Images from text:Dipylon Vase (geometric krater), c.740 BC, p. 88Achilles and Ajax by Exekias, c.530 BC, p. 101Sculptures from the Temple of Zeus, Olympia, c. 460 BC, p. 105Discobolus (Discus Thrower) by Myron, c.450 BC, p. 109Doryphoros by Polykleitos, c.450 BC, p. 110

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