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    • Quiz : Classical Sculpture
    • Which image reflects Classical themes and style? R or L Examine: body, weight, facial expression, movement/axis, interaction What descriptive words can be applied?
    • Classical Architecture
    • 3 Orders of Antique Architecture
    • Doric Order = oldest, most austere
    • Ionic Order = graceful
    • Corinthian Order = most complex
    • QUIZ #1: Temple of Athena Nike, Parthenon, Athens
    • QUIZ #2 Temple of Hera II, Paestrum, Italy
    • QUIZ #3 : Iktinos and Kalikrates , The Parthenon, Acropolis, Athens, Greece
    • In search of ideal relationships Like Doryphoros, here is the culmination in a 200 year effort to find perfect order and harmony through strict mathematical porportions. Note the development of many features in the bottom image Symmetria is controlled by ratio x=2y+1 Order disguises many irregularities; entasis, . . . 460 B.C.E. 447-438 B.C.E.
    • Connections?
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    • QUIZ #4 Maison Carrée, Nîmes, France
    • Look-a-likes What are the differences? What some possible reasons for making them look similar? Why not use the model completely? What can be deduced about respective societies by comparing these two edifices?
    • A R C H E S
    • P O W E R
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    • D O M E S
    • Pantheon, Rome, Italy S P A C E
    • C E M E N T
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