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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'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'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'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. Art of the Hellenistic World
      • Reading:
      • Stokstad ,
      • Range:
      • 323-31 BCE
      • Hellenistic
      • Terms/Concepts:
      • dynamism, theatricality, gigantomachy, expressionism, canon of proportions, torc, pebble mosaic, tesserae.
      • Monument List:
      • “ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, c. 2 nd century BCE
      • Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE
      • Nike of Samothrace, Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace, Hellenistic, c. 180 BCE
      • Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
      • Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st century BCE
    • 2. Chronological Overview
    • 3. Chronological Overview Alexander the Great defeats Darius III
    • 4. Philip of Macedon Philip of Macedon, 340 BCE
    • 5. Battle of Issus, 332 BCE
    • 6.
      • “ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, c. 2 nd century BCE (Possibly a copy of a painting by Philoxenos)
      Darius III Alexander
    • 7.  
    • 8.
      • “ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, c. 2 nd century BCE
    • 9.  
    • 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.
    • 11.  
    • 12. Greek Empires
    • 13. Vergina Samothrace
    • 14. Royal Palace at Pella, Hellenistic, c. 340-300 BCE
    • 15. House, Pella, Hellenistic, 320-300 BCE. Mosaic
    • 16.
      • Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE
    • 17. Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE
    • 18. Stag Hunt Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-250 BCE Pebble Mosaic
    • 19. Dionysus Riding a Panther, Mosaic, Pella, Hellenistic, 300-280 BCE
    • 20. Tomb of Philip, Vergina, Hellenistic Late 4 th Century BCE Doric Capitals No base Triglyphs and Metopes
    • 21. Detail of Hunt Scene, Tomb of Philip, Vergina, Hellenistic, Late 4 th Century BCE.
    • 22.  
    • 23. Hunt Scene (Detail), Tomb of Philip Stag Mosaic, Pella
    • 24. Tomb of Philip (Reconstruction), Vergina, Hellenistic, Late 4 th Century BCE.
    • 25. Shield from the Tomb of Philip, Vergina late 4 th Century BCE
    • 26. Myrtle Crown from the Tomb of Philip, Hellenistic, Late 4 th Century BCE
    • 27.
      • Nike of Samothrace, Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace, Hellenistic, c. 180 BCE
    • 28. Nike of Samothrace, Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace, Hellenistic, c. 180 BCE
    • 29. The Seleucid Empire
    • 30.  
    • 31. Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE
    • 32. Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE
    • 33. Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE
    • 34. Alexander Sarcophagus, from Sidon (Syria), Hellenistic, 325-311 BCE “ Alexander Mosaic,” from the House of the Faun, Pompeii, c. 2 nd century BCE
    • 35. Pergamene Empire
    • 36.  
    • 37.  
    • 38. Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
    • 39. Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
    • 40. Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
    • 41. Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
    • 42. Great Altar at Pergamon,Turkey, Hellenistic, 175-150 BCE
    • 43. Gaul Killing his Wife and Himself, Roman Copy, c. 220 BCE.
    • 44. Dying Gaul Trumpeter, Roman Copy, Hellenistic, c. 220 BCE
    • 45. Reconstruction of the Monument of Attalos I, Pergamon, c. 220 BCE
    • 46. Hagesandros, Polydoros and Athenodoros of Rhodes, Laocoön and his Sons, Roman Copy,, c. 1 st century CE (Possibly of Pergamene inspiration)
    • 47. Ptolemaic Empire
    • 48.  
    • 49. Coin with Zeus Ammon Coin with Alexander as Zeus Ammon
    • 50. Arsinoe II, Alexandria, Egypt, Hellenistic, c. 316-269 BCE
    • 51. Arsinoe II, her sister, and Ptolemy II, Alexandria, Egypt, Hellenistic, c. 316-269 BCE
    • 52. Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st century BCE
    • 53. Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st century BCE
    • 54. Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st century BCE
    • 55. Temple of Horus at Edfu, Hellenistic, c. 3 rd -1 st century BCE
    • 56. Critical Thinking Questions
      • How do the Greeks assert their ruler among the Egyptians.
      • How are the scenes of conflict different in the Hellenistic world than they were on classical monuments like the Parthenon?
      • What elements of Hellenistic art may be considered “expressive” or “theatrical”?

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