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Hum 100: Chapter 3

  1. 1. Roman. Colonnaded street in Thamugadi, North Africa. View toward the Arch of Trajan. Late second century CE. [Fig. 3.1]
  2. 2. Roman. City plan of Thamugadi (line drawing). ca. 200 CE. [Fig. 3.2]
  3. 3. Map: The Roman Empire at its greatest extent, ca. 180 CE. [Fig. Map 3.1]
  4. 4. Etruscan. She-wolf. 500-480 BCE. Bronze, with glass-paste eyes. Height: 33". Museo Capitolino, Rome. [Fig. 3.3]
  5. 5. Roman. Head of a Man (possibly a portrait of Lucius Junius Brutus). ca. 300 BCE. Bronze. Height: 27-1/2". Museo Capitolino, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome. [Fig. 3.4]
  6. 6. Roman. A Roman Man. ca. 80 BCE. Marble. Height: lifesize. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund, 1912 (12.233). © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 3.5]
  7. 7. Roman. Augustus of Primaporta. ca. 20 BCE. Marble. Height: 6' 8". Vatican Museums, Rome. [Fig. 3.6]
  8. 8. Roman. Ara Pacis Augustae, Rome. Detail, Imperial Procession, south frieze. 13-9 BCE. Marble. Width: approx. 35'. [Fig. 3.7]
  9. 9. Roman. Idyllic Landscape, wall painting from a villa at Boscotrecase, near Pompeii. First century BCE. Fresco. Museo Nazionale, Naples. [Fig. 3.8]
  10. 10. Roman. Materials & Techniques: Arches and Vaults: Pont du Gard, near Nîmes, France. Late first century BCE - early first century CE. Height: 180’. [Fig. 3.9]
  11. 11. Roman. Materials & Techniques: Arches and Vaults: Round arch, barrel vault, groin vault (3 line drawings). [Fig. 3.10]
  12. 12. Roman. Aerial view of the Colosseum, Rome. 72-80 CE. [Fig. 3.11]
  13. 13. Roman. The Forum Romanum and Imperial Forums, Rome: Forum of Trajan, restored view by Gilbert Gorski (color drawing). 110-112 CE. [Fig. 3.12]
  14. 14. Roman. The Forum Romanum and Imperial Forums, Rome: Basilica Ulpia, Forum of Trajan. Reconstruction, central hall (color drawing). 113 CE. [Fig. 3.13]
  15. 15. Roman. Arch of Titus, Rome. ca. 81 CE. [Fig. 3.14]
  16. 16. Roman. Spoils from the Temple in Jerusalem. Detail of the interior relief of the Arch of Titus. ca. 81 CE. [Fig. 3.15]
  17. 17. Roman. Column of Trajan, Rome. 106-113 CE. [Fig. 3.16]
  18. 18. Roman. Column of Trajan, Forum of Trajan, Rome. Detail, lower portion. 106-113 CE. [Fig. 3.17]
  19. 19. Roman. The Pantheon, Rome. 118-125 CE. [Fig. 3.18]
  20. 20. Roman. The Pantheon, Rome, schematic drawing showing original forecourt. 118-125 CE. [Fig. 3.19]
  21. 21. Roman. The Pantheon, Rome. Interior. 118-125 CE. [Fig. 3.20]
  22. 22. Roman. Atrium, House of the Silver Wedding, Pompeii. First century BCE. [Fig. 3.21]
  23. 23. Roman. Plan, House of the Silver Wedding, Pompeii. First century BCE. [Fig. 3.22]
  24. 24. Roman. Garden Scene. Detail of a wall painting from the Villa of Livia at Primaporta, near Rome. Late first century BCE. Fresco. Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome. [Fig. 3.23]
  25. 25. Chinese. The Great Wall, near Beijing, China. Begun late third century BCE. Length approx. 4,100 miles, average height 25'. [Fig. 3.24]
  26. 26. Map: China, 1000-200 BCE. [Fig. Map 3.2]
  27. 27. Chinese. Yin-yang Symbol (drawing). [Fig. 3.25]
  28. 28. Chinese. Spouted Ritual Wine Vessel (Guang). Shang dynasty, early Anyang period, 13th century BCE. Bronze. Height: 8 1/2". [Fig. 3.26]
  29. 29. Chinese. Soldiers and horses, from the pits near the tomb of Emperor Qin Shihuangdi, Lintong, Shaanxi province, China. Qin dynasty, ca. 210 BCE. Terracotta. Lifesize. [Fig. 3-CL.1]
  30. 30. Chinese. An infantryman poised for hand-to-hand combat,from the burial mound of Emperor Qin Shihuangdi, Lintong, Shaanxi province, China. Qin dynasty, ca. 210 BCE. Terracotta. Height: 70". [Fig. 3-CL.2]
  31. 31. Chinese. A kneeling archer, from the burial mound of Emperor Qin Shihuangdi, Lintong, Shaanxi province, China. Qin dynasty, ca. 210 BCE. Terracotta. Height: 48". [Fig. 3-CL.3]
  32. 32. Chinese. Model of a Multi-Storied Tower. Eastern Han dynasty (25-200 CE), 1st century CE. Painted earthenware with unfired coloring. 52" x 33-1/2" x 27". The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri. [Fig. 3.27]
  33. 33. Chinese. Painted banner from the tomb of the wife of the Marquis of Dai, Mawangdui, Changsha, Hunan. Han dynasty, ca. 160 BCE. Colors on silk. 6' 8-1/2". Hunan Provincial Museum. [Fig. 3.28]
  34. 34. Indus Valley civilization. Large water tank, possibly a public or ritual bathing area, from Mohenjo-Daro, Indus valley civilization. ca. 2600–1900 BCE. [Fig. 3.29]
  35. 35. India ca. 1500 BCE. [Fig. Map 3.3]
  36. 36. Indus Valley civilization. Torso of a “priest-king” from Mohenjo-Daro. ca. 2000–1900 BCE. Steatite. Height: 6-7/8". National Museum of Pakistan, Karachi, Pakistan. [Fig. 3.30]
  37. 37. Indus Valley civilization. Seal depicting a horned animal. ca. 2500-1900 BCE. Steatite. Approx. 1-1/4" x 1-1/4". National Museum of Pakistan, Karachi, Pakistan. [Fig. 3.31]
  38. 38. Hindu. The Goddess Durga Killing the Buffalo Demon, Mahisha (Mahishasuramardini). Bangladesh or India. Pala period, twelfth century. Argillite. Height: 5-5/16". Image copyright © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 3.32]
  39. 39. Buddhist. The Great Stupa, Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh, India, view of the West Gateway. Founded third century BCE, enlarged ca. 150–50 BCE. Stone. Height: 50' Diameter: 105'. [Fig. 3.33]
  40. 40. Buddhist. Elevation of the Great Stupa (line drawing). Founded third century BCE, enlarged ca. 150–50 BCE. [Fig. 3.34]
  41. 41. Buddhist. Lion capital, Ashokan pillar at Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh, India. Maurya period, ca. 250 BCE. Polished sandstone. Height: 7'. Archeological Museum, Sarnath. [Fig. 3.35]
  42. 42. Early Christian. The Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, also known as the Basilica Nova. Entrance. Rome. 306-313 CE. [Fig. 3.36]
  43. 43. Early Christian. The Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, also known as the Basilica Nova. Plan. Rome. 306-313 CE. [Fig. 3.37]

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