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Pre-Classical Greek Art

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This is an introduction to pre-classical Greek Art--the Geometric, Orientalizing, and Archaic periods.

This is an introduction to pre-classical Greek Art--the Geometric, Orientalizing, and Archaic periods.

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  • 1. Pre-Classical Greek Art
  • 2. The Geometric Period c. 1000-700 BCE
  • 3. Protogeometric Jug Late 10th-Early 9th c. BCE
  • 4. Vase, 8th c. BCE
  • 5. The Dipylon Vase (Funerary Crater) c. 750-735 BCE
  • 6. Krater, c. 740-720 BCE
  • 7. Bronze Horse, 8th c. BCE
  • 8. Man and Centaur, 8th c. BCE
  • 9. Orientalizing Period 700-600 BCE
  • 10. Pitcher, c. 650 BCE
  • 11. The Archaic Period c. 600-480 BCE
  • 12. Ajax and Achilles, Amphora Exekias, c. 550-525 BCE
  • 13. “Exekias Made Me”
  • 14. Death of Sarpedon, Calyx Krater Euxitheos and Euphronios, c. 515 BCE
  • 15. Kouros, c. 590-580 BCE
  • 16. Kouros, Known as Kroisos, c. 525 BCE
  • 17. Kouros and Koré (Phrasikleia), c. 550 BCE
  • 18. Koré with Doric Peplos, Known as the Lady of Auxerre, c. 650-625 BCE
  • 19. Koré with Ionic Chiton, c. 520 BCE
  • 20. Peplos Koré, c. 530 BCE, and Painted Plaster Replica