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  • 1. Exam Review
    Midterm Fall 2011
  • 2. Exam Format
    10 Slide IDs
    Artist (if known) (Ex. Polykleitos)
    Title (Ex. Doryphoros/Spear Bearer)
    Style/Period (Ex. Classical Greece)
    Cultural Significance (Ex. The Doryphoros follows Polykleitos’ canon of ideal proportions)
    10 Chronological Ordering
    3 Groups of Images (3, 3, and 4)
    2 Short Essays
    Very broad
    I am going to give you a lot of room to run.
  • 3. Notes on Grading
    Spelling: As long as I can recognize what you are trying to spell, you will get full points.
    Cultural Significance: You will be graded on the accuracy of your fact and the specificity of your fact.
    Examples: Be as complete as possible when mentioning artworks as examples (titles and culture, preferably).
  • 4. 1
    Paleolithic
    2900-1500 BCE
    2
    24,000-12,000 BCE
    Neolithic
  • 5. 3
    1
    2090 BCE
    Neo-Sumerian
    5.
    4
    Assyrian
    3300-2500 BCE
    Sumerian
    875-706 BCE
    7
    6
    2
    2254-2218 BCE
    1792-1750 BCE
    Old Babylonian
    6th Century
    518-460 BCE
    Persian
    Neo-Babylonian
    Akkadian
  • 6. 1
    4
    Early Dynastic
    2950-2575 BCE
    2
    Old Kingdom
    2575-2325 BCE
    3
    1473-1190 BCE
    New Kingdom
    Middle Kingdom
    1938-1756 BCE
  • 7. 2600-2400 BCE
    1700-1450 BCE
    1600-1100 BCE
    Minoan
    Mycenaean
    Cycladic
  • 8. 3
    2
    1
    Orientalizing
    Geometric
    Archaic
    5
    6
    4
    Late Classical
    High Classical
    Early Classical
    7
    Hellenistic
  • 9. 1
    Etruscan
    2
    3
    Roman Republic
    Roman Empire
  • 10. Roman Emperors as Builders
    Bread and Circuses
  • 11.
  • 12.
  • 13. Hieratic Scale
    Size = Importance
  • 14.
  • 15. What is “verism”?
  • 16.
  • 17. Triumph
  • 18. Trajan
    Marcus Aurelius
    Hadrian
    Hadrian
    Spolia
    Arch of Constantine (south side). Rome. 312-315 CE.

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