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Art of Ancient Egypt Reading: Stokstad, 49-61 Range: 5000-2150 BCE Predynastic, Early Dynastic, Old Kingdom Terms/Concepts: Canon of Proportions, Ka, Ba, Palette, Mastaba, Step Pyramid, Pyramid, Serdab, Sed-Festival, Unification of Upper and Lower Egypt, Monument:
Pg. 52, Palette of Narmer, Early Dynastic, 2950 BCE
3-3, Funerary Complex of Djoser, Early Dynastic, 2630-2575 BCE
3-4, Pyramids Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure at Giza, Old Kingdom, 2575-2450 BCE
3-8, Cult Statue of Khafre, Old Kingdom, 2520-2494 BCE
3-10, Seated Scribe, Old Kingdom, 2450-2325 BCE
3-12, Ti Supervising a Hippopotamus Hunt, Old Kingdom, 2450-2325 BCE
3-4, Pyramids of Khufu, Khafreand Menkaure, at Giza, Old Kingdom, 2575-2450 BCE
Grave Goods, Pyramid of Khufu, Giza, Egypt, Old Kingdom, 2551-2528 BCE.
People, boats, and animals, as seen in a copy of a painting from Tomb 100, Hierakonpolis, PredynasticPeriod, c.3500-3200 BCE. Grave Goods, Pyramid of Khufu, Giza, Egypt, Old Kingdom, 2551-2528 BCE.
Critical Thinking Questions How does the environment of ancient Egypt impact the lifestyle and art of the Egyptians? Describe the Egyptian canon of proportions. What are some of the ideological aspects of the canon? How does the Narmer Palette characterize the ideal king of Egypt? Describe the development of tomb architecture from Early Dynastic to Old Kingdom Egypt?