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  • Animal husbandry? Domestication. How might the change from Paleolithic (NOMADIC) societies to Neolithic (settled and permanent) societies be reflected in the function of this object?
  • Animal husbandry? Domestication. How might the change from Paleolithic (NOMADIC) societies to Neolithic (settled and permanent) societies be reflected in the function of this object?
  • Animal husbandry? Domestication. How might the change from Paleolithic (NOMADIC) societies to Neolithic (settled and permanent) societies be reflected in the function of this object?
  • The stepped pyramid of Zoser is considered the world’s oldest major stone structure.
  • Inner coffin of King Tutankhamun’s sarcophagus, from tomb of Tut, Valley of the Kings, Dynasty 18, c. 1336-1327 BCE

Pwad i midterm test review jpgs & captions, fall 2010(2) Pwad i midterm test review jpgs & captions, fall 2010(2) Presentation Transcript

  • Perspectives in World Art & Design (part I) Professor Marianne Eggler-Gerozissis Parsons New School of Design School of Art & Design History & Theory WELCOME!
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  • WELCOME to the FALL SEMESTER!
  • MATERIAL to review for MIDTERM: Introductory material Prehistoric Ancient Near East Ancient Egypt Aegean Ancient Greece Ancient Rome
  • PART I – ESSAY Choose ONE (1) essay from the list provided - work up your essay this week WORTH 25 pts max.!
  • PART I – SLIDE IDs (10 individual objects; ea. 4 pts. Max. = 40) Get 4 out of 5 right for full credit DATING : use “circa” and do your best – I have rounded off some dates 3x5” cards – very useful Friends/study-buddies in the class – priceless Try a study group meeting
  • Unknown, Spotted Horses & Human Hands, from Pech-Merle Cave, c. 25,000-15,000 B.C.E., paint on limestone, French Prehistoric Paleolithic
  • Unknown, Woman from Willendorf, c. 24,000 B.C.E., limestone, Austrian Prehistoric Paleolithic
  • Unknown, Stonehenge, England, c. 2,900-1,500 BCE, sandstone and bluestone, British prehistoric (Neolithic) period,
  • Unknown, Votive figures, limestone, alabaster & gypsum, c. 2900-2600 BCE, ancient Near Eastern, Sumerian
  • Unknown, Bull lyre, from the royal tombs of Ur (modern Iraq), c. 2500 B.C.E. wood with gold, silver lapis lazuli, bitumen, and shell, reassembled in a modern wood support. Ancient Near Eastern Sumerian
  • Unknown, Stele of Naramsin, limestone, c. 2200 BCE, ancient Near Eastern, Akkadian
  • Unknown, Ruins of the Anu Ziggurat & White Temple, Uruk, (modern Iran), c. 3,000 B.C.E., architecture, Ancient Near Eastern, Sumerian culture.
  • Unknown, Stele of Hammurabi, Susa (now Iran), c. 1,750 B.C.E., diorite, Ancient Near Eastern, Babylonian culture.
  • Unknown, Ishtar Gate & throne room wall, from Babylon (now modern Iraq), c. 575 B.C.E., glazed brick, Ancient Near Eastern, Neo-Babylonian culture.
  • Unknown, Palette of Narmer, c. 2900 BCE, green schist, Egypt Early dynastic period
  • Unknown, Great Pyramids at Giza, c. 2500 BCE, limestone & granite, Egypt Old Kingdom
  • Unknown, Menkaure and a Queen, c. 2490 BCE, graywacke w/paint traces, Egypt Old Kingdom
  • Unknown, Hypostyle Hall, Great Temple of Amun at Karnak, architecture, c. 1200 BCE, Egypt New Kingdom
  • Unknown, Tutankhamun’s coffin, from the tomb of Tut. in the Valley of the Kings, c. 1330 BCE, Gold inlaid with glass and semiprecious stones (innermost coffin), Egypt, New Kingdom
  • Unknown, Rosetta Stone, 196 BCE, stone, Egyptian Ptolmaic period
  • Unknown, “Palace” Complex at Knossos, island of Crete, architecture, c. 1900-1400 BCE, ancient Aegean Minoan
  • Unknown,Woman or goddess with Snakes, from Knossos, Crete, c. 1700-1500 BCE, Faience, ancient Aegean Minoan
  • Unknown, Pendant of gold bees, from Crete, ancient Greek (c. 1600 BCE) gold, ancient Aegean Minoan
  • Unknown, Citadel at Mycenae, architecture, c. 1600-12000 BCE, ancient Aegean Mycenaen
  • Unknown, Funerary krater, from the Dipylon Cemetery, Athens, c. 700 BCE, ceramic, ancient Greece, geometric period
  • Unknown, New York/Metropolitan Kouros, c. 600 BCE, marble, Greece Archaic period
  • Kallikrates and Iktinos and others, the Parthenon on the Acropolis, Athens, Greece, (c. 440 BCE), marble, ancient Greek Classical period
  • Pheidias or his workshop, three goddesses, from the east pediment of the Parthenon, Athens, Greece, (c. 440 BCE), marble, ancient Greek Classical period
  • Polykleitos, The Doryphoros (Spear Bearer), c. 450 BCE, ancient Roman marble copy of an ancient Greek bronze) original from the ancient Greece Classical period
  • Unknown, Reclining Couple of a Sarcophagus, from Cerveteri, Italy, c. 500 BCE, Italy Etruscan culture
  • Unknown, Pont du Gard, in Nimes, France, stone, ancient Roman
  • Unknown, Augustus of Primaporta , c. 20 CE, marble (originally colored), ancient Rome
  • Unknown, House of the Vettii, peristyle garden, in Pompeii, c. 70 CE, architecture, ancient Roman
  • Unknown, the Pantheon, Rome, c. 120 CE, marble, concrete and rubble, ancient Roman
  • Unknown, Triumphal Arch of Constantine, 315 CE, marble, ancient Rome
  • PART III – SLIDE COMPARISONS 2 pairs; for each pair you will answer one ID element (title, or date, or medium/media & ground, etc.) AND a thematic comparison question – some themes are posted as a word doc.) (2 pairs, each 10 pts. = 20).
  • PART III – TERM definitions and examples (terms are posted as a Word doc.) (10 terms, each 2-part (def. and example); definition – 1 pt.; title of an example - .5 – total 15 pts. Max.)
  • GOOD LUCK!!
  • extra credit….?