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  • Antique Sculpture Greek and Roman investigations into Classic beauty
  • Context
    • Ancient Greece
    • 600 B.C.E. – Beginnings of Archaic Era in Greece
    • 480 B.C.E. – Early Classic Period
    • 323 B.C.E. - Beginning of Hellenism
    • 146 B.C.E. – Conquest by Romans
    • Ancient Rome
    • 509 B.C.E. – Beginning of Republic
    • 27 B.C.E. – Early Empire
    • 96 C.E. – High Empire
    • 192 C.E. – Late Empire
    • 410 C.E. – Fall of Rome
    • Early Renaissance
    • c. 1428 – 1432 C.E. David, Donatello
  • Words
    • B.C.E. and C.E . - “ before common era ” and “ common era”, this is the academic approaches to the historic calendar
    • kore ( pl . korai) - Greek for “young woman”
    • kouros ( pl. kouroi) - Greek for “young man”
  • More Words
    • canon of proportions – rules to design ideal types
    • contrapposto – classical hip-swing pose
    • relief sculpture – three-dimensional art that projects from a panel
    • stele – erect slab of stone, often used as a marker
  • Archaic Greece
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  • Classicism
  • Polykleitos, Doryphoros (Spear Bearer) Praxiteles, Hermes With The Infant Dionysus
  • Myron, Discobolos
  • Captive Greece conquered victorious Rome
  • Which is the Roman and Greek? Reasoning. . .
  • Classical? Veristic?
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  • Age of Alexander Worldliness, diversity, new experiences brought a new self-image Real rather than Ideal