Arh 302 Test #1

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  • More Skara Brae, page 14-15
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  • More Stonehenge, page 16-17
  • Sumerian. Page 33
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  • More of the Audience Hall…
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  • Detail of Narmer Palette, page 53
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  • More Treasury
  • More Treasury
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  • Inside Parthenon; also they think there used to be a huge statue of Athena before it was melted down to pay for the war.
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  • COMPARE TO GRECIAN ART OF THE CLASSICAL PERIOD
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  • COMPARE CONTRAST WITH GRECIAN ART FROM CLASSICAL PERIOD ALSO TO AULUS METELLUS FROM ROMAN REPUBLIC
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  • Arh 302 Test #1

    1. 1. ARH 302 Test #1
    2. 2. Woman from WillendorfFrom Willendorf, Austria c. 25,000-20,000 BCE paleolithic
    3. 3. The Hall of BullsLascaux Caves, Francec. 15,000 BCEpaleolithic
    4. 4. Skara Brae, c. 3100 – 2600 BCE Orkney Islands, Scotland neolithic
    5. 5. StonehengeSalisbury Plain, Englandc. 2000 BCEneolithic
    6. 6. Nanna ZigguratUr (modern-day Muqaiyir, Iraq)c. 2100-2050 BCESumerian
    7. 7. Audience Hall of Darius and Xerxes, ceremonial complex, Persepolis 518 – c. 460 BCE Persian Stairway leading to the Audience Hall
    8. 8. Details of reliefs from thestairway leading to theAudience Hall Cappadocian Tribute-BearersIndian Tribute-Bearers Babylonian Tribute-Bearers  Lydian Tribute-Bearers 
    9. 9. Tell Asmar Votive StatuesFrom Eshnunna (modern-day Tell Asmar, Iraq)c. 2900-2600 BCESumerian
    10. 10. Victory Steleof Naram-Sinc. 2220-2184 BCEFrom Sippar(found at Susa)Akkadian
    11. 11. Stele of Hammurabi, c. 1760 BCEFrom Susa (modern-day Shush, Iran)Babylonian
    12. 12. Palette of Narmer, c. 3150-3125 BCE, from Nekhen
    13. 13. Great Pyramids, Giza, c. 2601-2515 BCE, EgyptianMenkaure Khafre Khufu
    14. 14. Akhenaten and His Family, from Akhetaten, c. 1348-1336 BCE, Egyptian
    15. 15. Judgment of Hunefur before Osiris, from The Book of the Dead of Hunefer c. 1285 BCE Egyptian
    16. 16. Octopus Flaskfrom Palaikastro, Cretec. 1500-1450 BCECulture: Minoan“The Marine Style”
    17. 17. Tholos (“Treasury of Atreus”), Mycenae, Greece, c. 1300-1200 BCE, Culture: Mycenaean
    18. 18. Artist: Dipylon Master, Geometric Amphorac. 760 BCECulture: Greek Geometric
    19. 19. Kourosc. 580 BCECulture:Greek Archaic
    20. 20. Artist: PolykleitosName: Doryphoros450 BCECulture: Greek Classical
    21. 21. Artists: Kallikrates and Iktinos (architecture), Phidias (sculpture),Name: Parthenon, 447-438 BCECulture: Greek Classical
    22. 22. Triglyphs and Metopewith Battle of Lapithsand CentaursCulture: Greek Classical
    23. 23. Metopes from the Parthenon:Battle of Lapiths and CentaursCulture: Greek Classical
    24. 24. Nike of Samothracec. 190 BCECulture: Greek Hellenistic
    25. 25. Tomb of the ReliefsBanditaccia Necropolis, near Cerveteri, Italy 3rd century BCE Culture: Etruscan
    26. 26. Tomb of the Reliefs
    27. 27. Sarcophagus of the Married Couple (Cerveteri Sarcophagus) c. 520 BCE Culture: Etruscan
    28. 28. Aulus Metellus1st century BCE/80 BCECulture: Roman Republic
    29. 29. Bust of Sulla1st century BCECulture: Roman Republic
    30. 30. Pantheon, Rome, 118-128 CECulture: Roman Imperial
    31. 31. oculuscoffers
    32. 32. Augustus of PrimaportaEarly 1st century CECulture: Roman Imperial
    33. 33. Ara PacisRome13-9 BCECulture: Roman Imperial
    34. 34. Ara Pacis
    35. 35. Example of damnatio memoriae Portrait of Nero, reworked as a Portrait of Vespasian originally 64-68 CE recarved shortly thereafter Culture: Roman Imperial
    36. 36. Arch of TitusRome (in Roman Forum)c. 81 CECulture: Roman Imperial
    37. 37. Arch of Constantine, Rome, 312-315 CECulture: Roman Imperial
    38. 38. Use of spoliaon theArch of Constantine
    39. 39. Menorahs and the Ark of the Covenant, in the Catacomb of Villa Torlonia, Rome 3rd century CE Culture: Jewish
    40. 40. Good Shepherd SarcophagusLate 3rd century CECulture: Early Christian
    41. 41. Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, Ravenna, Italy, c. 425-26
    42. 42. Interior, Mausoleum of Galla Placidia
    43. 43. Christ as the Good Shepherd, in the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia
    44. 44. Artists: Anthemius of Tralles & Isodorus of Miletus, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, 532-537 CE Culture: Byzantine
    45. 45. Church of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italyc. 520–547 CEMOSAICS ON NEXT PAGE
    46. 46. Emperor Justinian and His Attendants c. 546-548 CE Culture: Byzantine In Church of San Vitale MOSAICS OF SAN VITALEEmpress Theodora and her Attendantsc. 546-548 CECulture: ByzantineIn Church of San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy
    47. 47. Icon of Christ Pantokratorc. 500-550 CECulture: ByzantineEncaustic
    48. 48. Great Mosque at Cordoba786-987 CECulture: Islamic
    49. 49. Great Mosque at Isfahan11th-18th Century CECulture: Islamic
    50. 50. Artist: Mimar SinanSelimiye Mosque1568-1575 CECulture: Islamic

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