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  • Greek. The Acropolis, Athens, Greece, as rebuilt post 479 BCE.2nd half fifth century BCE.[Fig. 2.1] <br />
  • Greek. The Stoa of Attalos, Athens, Greece.150 BCE.[Fig. 2.2] <br />
  • Map: The City-states of Ancient Greece.[Fig. Map 2.1] <br />
  • Cycladic. Figurine of a woman from the Cyclades.ca. 2500 BCE. Marble. Height: 15-3/4&quot;.Nicholas P. Goulandris Foundation. Museum of Cycladic Arts, Athens. N. P. Goulandris Collection, No. 206. [Fig. 2.3] <br />
  • Minoan. Miniature Ship Fresco, left section. Room 5, West House, Akrotiri, Thera.Before 1623 BCE. Fresco. Height: 15-3/4&quot;.National Archaeological Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.4] <br />
  • Minoan. Bull Leaping (Toreador Fresco). From the palace complex at Knossos, Crete.ca. 1450–1375 BCE. Fresco. Height approx. 24-1/2&quot;.National Archaeological Museum, Iráklion, Crete. [Fig. 2.5] <br />
  • Minoan. Snake Goddess or Priestess. From the palace at Knossos, Crete.ca. 1500 BCE. Faience. Height 11-5/8&quot;.National Archaeological Museum, Iráklion, Crete. [Fig. 2.6] <br />
  • Minoan. Reconstruction drawing of the new palace complex at Knossos, Crete (color drawing).ca. 1500 BCE.[Fig. 2.7] <br />
  • Minoan. Grand Staircase, east wing, palace complex at Knossos, Crete, as reconstructed by Sir Arthur Evans.ca. 1500 BCE.[Fig. 2.8] <br />
  • Minoan. Vaphio Cup, from a tomb at Vaphio, south of Sparta, Greece.ca. 1650–1450 BCE. Gold repoussé. Height 3-1/2&quot;.National Archaeological Museum, Iráklion, Crete. [Fig. 2.9] <br />
  • Mycenaean. Lion Gate, Mycenae, Greece.ca. 1300 BCE. Limestone relief. Height of relief panel: 9&apos; 6&quot;.[Fig. 2.10] <br />
  • Mycenaean. Funerary mask (Mask of Agamemnon). From Grave Circle A, Mycenae, Greece.ca. 1600–1550 BCE. Gold repoussé. Height: approx. 12&quot;.National Archaeological Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.11] <br />
  • Greek. Botkin Class Amphora, Greek. Black-figure decoration.ca. 540-530 BCE. Black-figure ceramic. Height: 11-9/16&quot; Diameter: 9-1/2&quot;.Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Henry Lillie Pierce Fund 98.923.Photograph © 2008 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. [Fig. 2.12] <br />
  • Greek. The Temple of Hera I, ca. 560 BCE (background), and The Temple of Hera II,ca. 460 BC. (foreground), Paestum, Italy. [Fig. 2.13] <br />
  • Greek. The Athenian Treasury, Delphi.ca. 510 BCE.[Fig. 2.14a] <br />
  • Greek. Plan: the Athenian Treasury, Delphi.ca. 510 BCE.[Fig. 2.14b] <br />
  • Greek. Model of a Temple, found in the Sanctuary of Hera, Argos.Mid-eighth century BCE.[Fig. 2.15] <br />
  • Euphiletos Painter. A foot-race at the Panathenaic Games in Athens. Detail of black-figure Amphora by Euphiletos Painter.ca. 530 BCE. Black-figure ceramic. Height: 24-1/2&quot;.The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund, 1914 (14.130.12).Image copyright © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 2.16] <br />
  • Greek. Temple of Hera I, Paestum, Italy, plan.ca. 540 BCE.[Fig. 2-CL.1b] <br />
  • Greek. Doric columns at the Temple of Hera I, Paestum, Italy.ca. 540 BCE.[Fig. 2-CL.1a] <br />
  • Greek. Naxian sphinx on an Ionic column, Delphi.ca. 560 BCE. Height of sphinx: 91&quot;.Archaeological Museum, Delphi. [Fig. 2-CL.2] <br />
  • Greek. Corinthian capital from the Tholos, Epidaurus.Fourth century BCE. Height: 26&quot;.Archaeological Museum, Epidaurus. [Fig. 2-CL.3] <br />
  • Greek. Diagram of the Orders, from James Stuart, The Antiquities of Athens,London. 1794.[Fig. 2-CL.4] <br />
  • Greek. New York Kuoros.ca. 600 BCE. Marble. Height: 6&apos; 4&quot;.The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Fletcher Fund, 1932 (32.11.1). Image copyright © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 2.17] <br />
  • Greek. Anavysos Kouros, from Anavysos cemetery, near Athens.ca. 525 BE. Marble with remnants of paint. Height: 6&apos; 4&quot;.National Archaeological Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.18] <br />
  • Greek. Peplos Kore from the Acropolis, Athens.Dedicated 530 BCE. Polychromed marble. Height: 47-1/2”Acropolis Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.19a] <br />
  • Greek. Peplos Kore from the Acropolis, Athens, plaster cast reconstructing the original.Dedicated 530 BCE. Plaster cast. Height: 47-1/2”Museum of Classical Archaeology, Cambridge, England. [Fig. 2.19b] <br />
  • Greek. Kore, from the Acropolis, Athens.ca. 520 BCE. Polychromed marble. Height: 21&quot;.Acropolis Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.20] <br />
  • The Priam Painter. Women at a Fountain House. Black-figure decoration on a hydria vase.ca. 520 BCE. Black-figure ceramic. Height: 20-7/8&quot;.Courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Reproduced with permission. © 2005 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. All rights reserved. [Fig. 2.21] <br />
  • Euphronius (painter) and Euxitheos (potter). Death of Sarpedon. Red-figure decoration on a calyx krater. ca. 515 BCE. Red-figure ceramic. Height: 18&quot;.Museum of Villa Giulia, Rome. [Fig. 2.22] <br />
  • Greek. Map: Athens as it appeared in the late fifth century BCE.[Fig. Map 2.2] <br />
  • Ictinus and Callicrates. The Parthenon, Acropolis, Athens.447–438 BCE, Sculpture program by 432 BCE. 221&apos; x 101&apos; (top step).[Fig. 2.23] <br />
  • Ictinus and Callicrates. The Parthenon: the plan of the temple, Acropolis, Athens.447–438 BCE. 228&apos; x 101&apos; (top step).[Fig. 2.23b] <br />
  • Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis, Athens.ca. 425 BCE.[Fig. 2.24] <br />
  • Erechtheion, Acropolis, Athens.430s–405 BCE.[Fig. 2.25] <br />
  • Greek. Kritios Boy, from Acropolis, Athens. ca. 480 BCE.480 BCE. Marble. Height: 46&quot;.Acropolis Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.26] <br />
  • Polyclitus. Doryphoros (Spear Bearer), Roman copy after the original bronze by Polyclitus.ca. 450–440 BCE. Marble. Height: 6&apos; 6&quot;.Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples. [Fig. 2.27] <br />
  • Phidias. Model of the Athena Parthenos, original ca. 440 BCE.ca. 440 BCE. Height of original: approx. 40&apos;.Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. [Fig. 2.28] <br />
  • Ictinus and Callicrates. The Parthenon: Cutaway drawing of the Parthenon porch showing friezes, metopes, and pediment. (color drawing).447–438 BCE. 228&apos; x 101&apos; (top step).[Fig. 2.29] <br />
  • Young Men on Horseback, segment of the north frieze, Parthenon.ca. 440 BCE. Marble. Height: 41&quot;.© The Trustees of The British Museum/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 2.30] <br />
  • A recumbent god (Dionysus or Heracles), from the east pediment of the Parthenon.ca. 435 BCE. Marble.© The Trustees of The British Museum/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 2.31] <br />
  • Lapith overcoming a centaur, south metope 27, from the Parthenon, Athens.447–438 BCE.© The Trustees of The British Museum/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 2.32] <br />
  • Assteas. Red-figure krater depicting a comedy, from Paestum, Italy.ca. 350 BCE. Red-figure ceramic.Staatliche Museen, Berlin. [Fig. 2.33] <br />
  • Theater, Epidaurus.Early third century BCE.[Fig. 2.34] <br />
  • Plan: Theater at Epidaurus (line drawing).Early third century BCE.[Fig. 2.35] <br />
  • Alexander the Great, head from a Pergamene copy (ca. 200 BCE) of a statue, possibly after a fourth-century BCE original by Lysippus. Marble.Height: 16-1/8&quot;. Archaeological Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. [Fig. 2.36] <br />
  • Map: Alexander’s empire as of his death in 323 BCE and the route of his conquests.323 BCE.[Fig. Map 2.3] <br />
  • Roman copy after Lysippus. Apoxyomenos (The Scraper), Roman copy of an original Greek bronze of ca. 350–325 BCE.ca. 350–325 BCE. Marble after bronze original. Height: 6&apos; 8&quot;.Museo Pio Clementino, Vatican Museums, Vatican State. [Fig. 2.37] <br />
  • Roman copy after Praxiteles. Aphrodite of Knidos.ca. 350 BCE. Marble. Height: 6&apos; 8&quot;.P. Zigrossi/Vatican Museums, Vatican State. [Fig. 2.38] <br />
  • Hellenistic. Reconstructed west front of the Altar of Zeus, from Pergamon.ca. 165 BCE. Marble.Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung, Pergamonmuseum. [Fig. 2.39] <br />
  • Hellenistic. East frieze of the Altar of Zeus, from Pergamon. Detail.ca. 165 BCE. Marble.Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung, Pergamonmuseum. [Fig. 2.40] <br />
  • Hellenistic. Nike (Victory) of Samothrace. From the Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace.ca. 300-190 BCE. Marble. Height: 8&apos; 1&quot;.Musée du Louvre, Paris. [Fig. 2.41] <br />
  • Hagesandros, Polydoros, and Athanadoros of Rhodes. Laocoön and His Sons.Second-first century BCE, or first century CE. Marble. Height: 8&apos; 1/2&quot;.Museo Pio Clementino, Vatican Museums, Vatican State. [Fig. 2.42] <br />

Humanties 100: Chapter 2 Humanties 100: Chapter 2 Presentation Transcript

  • Greek. The Acropolis, Athens, Greece, as rebuilt post 479 BCE. 2nd half fifth century BCE. [Fig. 2.1]
  • Greek. The Stoa of Attalos, Athens, Greece. 150 BCE. [Fig. 2.2]
  • Map: The City-states of Ancient Greece. [Fig. Map 2.1]
  • Cycladic. Figurine of a woman from the Cyclades. ca. 2500 BCE. Marble. Height: 15-3/4". Nicholas P. Goulandris Foundation. Museum of Cycladic Arts, Athens. N. P. Goulandris Collection, No. 206. [Fig. 2.3]
  • Minoan. Miniature Ship Fresco, left section. Room 5, West House, Akrotiri, Thera. Before 1623 BCE. Fresco. Height: 15-3/4". National Archaeological Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.4]
  • Minoan. Bull Leaping (Toreador Fresco). From the palace complex at Knossos, Crete. ca. 1450–1375 BCE. Fresco. Height approx. 24-1/2". National Archaeological Museum, Iráklion, Crete. [Fig. 2.5]
  • Minoan. Snake Goddess or Priestess. From the palace at Knossos, Crete. ca. 1500 BCE. Faience. Height 11-5/8". National Archaeological Museum, Iráklion, Crete. [Fig. 2.6]
  • Minoan. Reconstruction drawing of the new palace complex at Knossos, Crete (color drawing). ca. 1500 BCE. [Fig. 2.7]
  • Minoan. Grand Staircase, east wing, palace complex at Knossos, Crete, as reconstructed by Sir Arthur Evans. ca. 1500 BCE. [Fig. 2.8]
  • Minoan. Vaphio Cup, from a tomb at Vaphio, south of Sparta, Greece. ca. 1650–1450 BCE. Gold repoussé. Height 3-1/2". National Archaeological Museum, Iráklion, Crete. [Fig. 2.9]
  • Mycenaean. Lion Gate, Mycenae, Greece. ca. 1300 BCE. Limestone relief. Height of relief panel: 9' 6". [Fig. 2.10]
  • Mycenaean. Funerary mask (Mask of Agamemnon). From Grave Circle A, Mycenae, Greece. ca. 1600–1550 BCE. Gold repoussé. Height: approx. 12". National Archaeological Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.11]
  • Greek. Botkin Class Amphora, Greek. Black-figure decoration. ca. 540-530 BCE. Black-figure ceramic. Height: 11-9/16" Diameter: 9-1/2". Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Henry Lillie Pierce Fund 98.923. Photograph © 2008 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. [Fig. 2.12]
  • Greek. The Temple of Hera I, ca. 560 BCE (background), and The Temple of Hera II, ca. 460 BC. (foreground), Paestum, Italy. [Fig. 2.13]
  • Greek. The Athenian Treasury, Delphi. ca. 510 BCE. [Fig. 2.14a]
  • Greek. Plan: the Athenian Treasury, Delphi. ca. 510 BCE. [Fig. 2.14b]
  • Greek. Model of a Temple, found in the Sanctuary of Hera, Argos. Mid-eighth century BCE. [Fig. 2.15]
  • Euphiletos Painter. A foot-race at the Panathenaic Games in Athens. Detail of black-figure Amphora by Euphiletos Painter. ca. 530 BCE. Black-figure ceramic. Height: 24-1/2". The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund, 1914 (14.130.12). Image copyright © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 2.16]
  • Greek. Temple of Hera I, Paestum, Italy, plan. ca. 540 BCE. [Fig. 2-CL.1b]
  • Greek. Doric columns at the Temple of Hera I, Paestum, Italy. ca. 540 BCE. [Fig. 2-CL.1a]
  • Greek. Naxian sphinx on an Ionic column, Delphi. ca. 560 BCE. Height of sphinx: 91". Archaeological Museum, Delphi. [Fig. 2-CL.2]
  • Greek. Corinthian capital from the Tholos, Epidaurus. Fourth century BCE. Height: 26". Archaeological Museum, Epidaurus. [Fig. 2-CL.3]
  • Greek. Diagram of the Orders, from James Stuart, The Antiquities of Athens, London. 1794. [Fig. 2-CL.4]
  • Greek. New York Kuoros. ca. 600 BCE. Marble. Height: 6' 4". The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Fletcher Fund, 1932 (32.11.1). Image copyright © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 2.17]
  • Greek. Anavysos Kouros, from Anavysos cemetery, near Athens. ca. 525 BE. Marble with remnants of paint. Height: 6' 4". National Archaeological Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.18]
  • Greek. Peplos Kore from the Acropolis, Athens. Dedicated 530 BCE. Polychromed marble. Height: 47-1/2” Acropolis Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.19a]
  • Greek. Peplos Kore from the Acropolis, Athens, plaster cast reconstructing the original. Dedicated 530 BCE. Plaster cast. Height: 47-1/2” Museum of Classical Archaeology, Cambridge, England. [Fig. 2.19b]
  • Greek. Kore, from the Acropolis, Athens. ca. 520 BCE. Polychromed marble. Height: 21". Acropolis Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.20]
  • The Priam Painter. Women at a Fountain House. Black-figure decoration on a hydria vase. ca. 520 BCE. Black-figure ceramic. Height: 20-7/8". Courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Reproduced with permission. © 2005 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. All rights reserved. [Fig. 2.21]
  • Euphronius (painter) and Euxitheos (potter). Death of Sarpedon. Red-figure decoration on a calyx krater. ca. 515 BCE. Red-figure ceramic. Height: 18". Museum of Villa Giulia, Rome. [Fig. 2.22]
  • Greek. Map: Athens as it appeared in the late fifth century BCE. [Fig. Map 2.2]
  • Ictinus and Callicrates. The Parthenon, Acropolis, Athens. 447–438 BCE, Sculpture program by 432 BCE. 221' x 101' (top step). [Fig. 2.23]
  • Ictinus and Callicrates. The Parthenon: the plan of the temple, Acropolis, Athens. 447–438 BCE. 228' x 101' (top step). [Fig. 2.23b]
  • Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis, Athens. ca. 425 BCE. [Fig. 2.24]
  • Erechtheion, Acropolis, Athens. 430s–405 BCE. [Fig. 2.25]
  • Greek. Kritios Boy, from Acropolis, Athens. ca. 480 BCE. 480 BCE. Marble. Height: 46". Acropolis Museum, Athens. [Fig. 2.26]
  • Polyclitus. Doryphoros (Spear Bearer), Roman copy after the original bronze by Polyclitus. ca. 450–440 BCE. Marble. Height: 6' 6". Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples. [Fig. 2.27]
  • Phidias. Model of the Athena Parthenos, original ca. 440 BCE. ca. 440 BCE. Height of original: approx. 40'. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. [Fig. 2.28]
  • Ictinus and Callicrates. The Parthenon: Cutaway drawing of the Parthenon porch showing friezes, metopes, and pediment. (color drawing). 447–438 BCE. 228' x 101' (top step). [Fig. 2.29]
  • Young Men on Horseback, segment of the north frieze, Parthenon. ca. 440 BCE. Marble. Height: 41". © The Trustees of The British Museum/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 2.30]
  • A recumbent god (Dionysus or Heracles), from the east pediment of the Parthenon. ca. 435 BCE. Marble. © The Trustees of The British Museum/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 2.31]
  • Lapith overcoming a centaur, south metope 27, from the Parthenon, Athens. 447–438 BCE. © The Trustees of The British Museum/Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 2.32]
  • Assteas. Red-figure krater depicting a comedy, from Paestum, Italy. ca. 350 BCE. Red-figure ceramic. Staatliche Museen, Berlin. [Fig. 2.33]
  • Theater, Epidaurus. Early third century BCE. [Fig. 2.34]
  • Plan: Theater at Epidaurus (line drawing). Early third century BCE. [Fig. 2.35]
  • Alexander the Great, head from a Pergamene copy (ca. 200 BCE) of a statue, possibly after a fourth-century BCE original by Lysippus. Marble. Height: 16-1/8". Archaeological Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. [Fig. 2.36]
  • Map: Alexander’s empire as of his death in 323 BCE and the route of his conquests. 323 BCE. [Fig. Map 2.3]
  • Roman copy after Lysippus. Apoxyomenos (The Scraper), Roman copy of an original Greek bronze of ca. 350–325 BCE. ca. 350–325 BCE. Marble after bronze original. Height: 6' 8". Museo Pio Clementino, Vatican Museums, Vatican State. [Fig. 2.37]
  • Roman copy after Praxiteles. Aphrodite of Knidos. ca. 350 BCE. Marble. Height: 6' 8". P. Zigrossi/Vatican Museums, Vatican State. [Fig. 2.38]
  • Hellenistic. Reconstructed west front of the Altar of Zeus, from Pergamon. ca. 165 BCE. Marble. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung, Pergamonmuseum. [Fig. 2.39]
  • Hellenistic. East frieze of the Altar of Zeus, from Pergamon. Detail. ca. 165 BCE. Marble. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung, Pergamonmuseum. [Fig. 2.40]
  • Hellenistic. Nike (Victory) of Samothrace. From the Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace. ca. 300-190 BCE. Marble. Height: 8' 1". Musée du Louvre, Paris. [Fig. 2.41]
  • Hagesandros, Polydoros, and Athanadoros of Rhodes. Laocoön and His Sons. Second-first century BCE, or first century CE. Marble. Height: 8' 1/2". Museo Pio Clementino, Vatican Museums, Vatican State. [Fig. 2.42]