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Art of the Hellenistic World <ul><li>Reading: </li></ul><ul><li>Stokstad ,  </li></ul><ul><li>Range: </li></ul><ul><li>323...
Chronological Overview
Chronological Overview Alexander the Great defeats Darius III
Philip of Macedon Philip of Macedon, 340 BCE
Battle of Issus, 332 BCE
<ul><li>“ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, c. 2 nd  century BCE  (Possibly a copy of a painting by ...
 
<ul><li>“ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, c. 2 nd  century BCE </li></ul>
 
Lysippos.  Weary Herakles .  Roman copy signed by Glykon of Athens after bronze original of c.320 BCE.  Lysippos.  Man Scr...
 
Greek Empires
Vergina Samothrace
Royal Palace at Pella, Hellenistic, c. 340-300 BCE
House, Pella, Hellenistic, 320-300 BCE. Mosaic
<ul><li>Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE </li></ul>
Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE
Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE Pebble Mosaic
Dionysus Riding a Panther, Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-280 BCE
Tomb of Philip, Vergina, Hellenistic Late 4 th  Century BCE Doric Capitals No base Triglyphs and Metopes
Detail of Hunt Scene, Tomb of Philip, Vergina, Hellenistic, Late 4 th  Century BCE.
 
Hunt Scene (Detail), Tomb of Philip Stag Mosaic, Pella
Tomb of Philip (Reconstruction), Vergina, Hellenistic, Late 4 th  Century BCE.
Shield from the Tomb of Philip, Vergina late 4 th  Century BCE
Myrtle Crown from the Tomb of Philip, Hellenistic, Late 4 th  Century BCE
<ul><li>Nike of Samothrace, Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace, Hellenistic, c. 180 BCE  </li></ul>
Nike of Samothrace, Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace, Hellenistic, c. 180 BCE
The Seleucid Empire
 
Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE
Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE
Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE
Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE “ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompe...
Pergamene Empire
 
 
Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
Gaul Killing his Wife and Himself, Roman Copy, c. 220 BCE.
Dying Gaul Trumpeter, Roman Copy, Hellenistic, c. 220 BCE
Reconstruction of the Monument of Attalos I, Pergamon, c. 220 BCE
Hagesandros, Polydoros and Athenodoros of Rhodes, Laocoön and his Sons, Roman Copy,, c. 1 st  century CE (Possibly of Perg...
Ptolemaic Empire
 
Coin with Zeus Ammon Coin with Alexander as Zeus Ammon
Arsinoe II, Alexandria, Egypt, Hellenistic, c. 316-269 BCE
Arsinoe II, her sister, and Ptolemy II, Alexandria, Egypt, Hellenistic, c. 316-269 BCE
Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st  century BCE
Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st  century BCE
Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st  century BCE
Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st  century BCE
Critical Thinking Questions <ul><li>How do the Greeks assert their ruler among the Egyptians. </li></ul><ul><li>How are th...
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  • After Philoxenos of Eretria. Battle of Issus (Alexander Mosaic) . Roman copy from Pompeii, Italy; mosaic dates from second or early first century BC. Tessera mosaic, approx. 8 ’10” x 16’9”. Museo Nazionale, Naples. (Gardner 5-69)
  • Image Information TitleVergina (Aigai): Great Tumulus: Ext.: Philip&apos;s Tomb (Royal Tomb) facadeDatelate 4th C. B.CLocationVergina (Greece)SubjectPhilip II, King of Macedonia, 382-336 B.C Vergina (Greece)--Great Tumulus Architecture:Site--Greek--4th C. B.C Burial mounds Columns--Doric Friezes Tombs--Greek archaeological sites tumuliARTstor CollectionARTstor Slide GallerySourceData from: University of California, San DiegoDownload Size1024,1024
  • TitleVergina: Philip&apos;s Tomb restoration of wall painting hunt frieze: det.: first mounted man from leftDatelate 4th C. B.CLocationVergina (Greece) Greek: HellenisticSubjectPhilip II, King of Macedonia, 382-336 B.C Vergina (Greece) Graves Hunting Mural painting--Greek: Hellenistic Painting--Greek: Hellenistic--330-250 B.C Tombs chamber tombs funerary artARTstor CollectionARTstor Slide GallerySourceData from: University of California, San DiegoDownload Size1024,1024
  • TitleShield from Philip&apos;s Tomb, Vergina frontDatelate 4th C. B.CLocationVergina (Greece)Materialgold and ivorySubjectPhilip II, King of Macedonia, 382-336 B.C Vergina (Greece) Metalwork--Greek: Hellenistic--330-250 B.C ShieldsARTstor CollectionARTstor Slide GallerySourceData from: University of California, San DiegoDownload Size1024,1024
  • After Philoxenos of Eretria. Battle of Issus (Alexander Mosaic) . Roman copy from Pompeii, Italy; mosaic dates from second or early first century BC. Tessera mosaic, approx. 8 ’10” x 16’9”. Museo Nazionale, Naples. (Gardner 5-69)
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    1. 1. Art of the Hellenistic World <ul><li>Reading: </li></ul><ul><li>Stokstad , </li></ul><ul><li>Range: </li></ul><ul><li>323-31 BCE </li></ul><ul><li>Hellenistic </li></ul><ul><li>Terms/Concepts: </li></ul><ul><li>dynamism, theatricality, gigantomachy, expressionism, canon of proportions, torc, pebble mosaic, tesserae. </li></ul><ul><li>Monument List: </li></ul><ul><li>“ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, c. 2 nd century BCE </li></ul><ul><li>Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE </li></ul><ul><li>Nike of Samothrace, Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace, Hellenistic, c. 180 BCE </li></ul><ul><li>Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE </li></ul><ul><li>Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st century BCE </li></ul>
    2. 2. Chronological Overview
    3. 3. Chronological Overview Alexander the Great defeats Darius III
    4. 4. Philip of Macedon Philip of Macedon, 340 BCE
    5. 5. Battle of Issus, 332 BCE
    6. 6. <ul><li>“ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, c. 2 nd century BCE (Possibly a copy of a painting by Philoxenos) </li></ul>Darius III Alexander
    7. 8. <ul><li>“ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, c. 2 nd century BCE </li></ul>
    8. 10. Lysippos. Weary Herakles . Roman copy signed by Glykon of Athens after bronze original of c.320 BCE. Lysippos. Man Scraping Himself (Apoxyomenos). Roman copy, after a bronze original of c.350-325 BCE. Praxiteles. Aphrodite of Knidos . Roman marble copy after original of c.350 BCE.
    9. 12. Greek Empires
    10. 13. Vergina Samothrace
    11. 14. Royal Palace at Pella, Hellenistic, c. 340-300 BCE
    12. 15. House, Pella, Hellenistic, 320-300 BCE. Mosaic
    13. 16. <ul><li>Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE </li></ul>
    14. 17. Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE
    15. 18. Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE Pebble Mosaic
    16. 19. Dionysus Riding a Panther, Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-280 BCE
    17. 20. Tomb of Philip, Vergina, Hellenistic Late 4 th Century BCE Doric Capitals No base Triglyphs and Metopes
    18. 21. Detail of Hunt Scene, Tomb of Philip, Vergina, Hellenistic, Late 4 th Century BCE.
    19. 23. Hunt Scene (Detail), Tomb of Philip Stag Mosaic, Pella
    20. 24. Tomb of Philip (Reconstruction), Vergina, Hellenistic, Late 4 th Century BCE.
    21. 25. Shield from the Tomb of Philip, Vergina late 4 th Century BCE
    22. 26. Myrtle Crown from the Tomb of Philip, Hellenistic, Late 4 th Century BCE
    23. 27. <ul><li>Nike of Samothrace, Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace, Hellenistic, c. 180 BCE </li></ul>
    24. 28. Nike of Samothrace, Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace, Hellenistic, c. 180 BCE
    25. 29. The Seleucid Empire
    26. 31. Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE
    27. 32. Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE
    28. 33. Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE
    29. 34. Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE “ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, c. 2 nd century BCE
    30. 35. Pergamene Empire
    31. 38. Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
    32. 39. Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
    33. 40. Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
    34. 41. Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
    35. 42. Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
    36. 43. Gaul Killing his Wife and Himself, Roman Copy, c. 220 BCE.
    37. 44. Dying Gaul Trumpeter, Roman Copy, Hellenistic, c. 220 BCE
    38. 45. Reconstruction of the Monument of Attalos I, Pergamon, c. 220 BCE
    39. 46. Hagesandros, Polydoros and Athenodoros of Rhodes, Laocoön and his Sons, Roman Copy,, c. 1 st century CE (Possibly of Pergamene inspiration)
    40. 47. Ptolemaic Empire
    41. 49. Coin with Zeus Ammon Coin with Alexander as Zeus Ammon
    42. 50. Arsinoe II, Alexandria, Egypt, Hellenistic, c. 316-269 BCE
    43. 51. Arsinoe II, her sister, and Ptolemy II, Alexandria, Egypt, Hellenistic, c. 316-269 BCE
    44. 52. Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st century BCE
    45. 53. Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st century BCE
    46. 54. Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st century BCE
    47. 55. Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st century BCE
    48. 56. Critical Thinking Questions <ul><li>How do the Greeks assert their ruler among the Egyptians. </li></ul><ul><li>How are the scenes of conflict different in the Hellenistic world than they were on classical monuments like the Parthenon? </li></ul><ul><li>What elements of Hellenistic art may be considered “expressive” or “theatrical”? </li></ul>
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