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1st semester review part 2

  1. 1. Ancient Greece• “Man is the measure of all things”
  2. 2. Geometric Kraterfrom the Dipylon cemetery, Athensca. 740 B.C.E.ceramic40 1/2 in. high
  3. 3. Mantiklos Apolloca. 700-680 B.C.E.bronzeapproximately 8 in. highOrientalizing
  4. 4. Lady of AuxerreCreteca. 650-625 B.C.E.limestoneapproximately 2 ft. 1 in. highArchaicDescriptions:Idealization, stylized, frontal, rigid
  5. 5. Kourousca. 600 B.C.E.marble72 1/2 in. high
  6. 6. Calf Bearer (Moschophoros)from the Acropolis, Athens, Greececa. 560 B.C.E.marble65 in. high
  7. 7. Kroisosfrom Anavysos, Greececa. 530 B.C.E.marble76 in. high
  8. 8. Peplos Korefrom the Acropolis, Athens, Greececa. 530 B.C.E.marble48 in. high
  9. 9. ExekiasAchilles and Ajaxplaying dicefrom Vulci, Italyca. 540-530 B.C.E.ceramicapproximately 2 ft. high
  10. 10. Dying warriorfrom the Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, Greececa. 500-490 B.C.E.marbleapproximately 5 ft. 2 1/2 in. longSEVEREContrapposto, movement
  11. 11. Dying warriorfrom the Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, Greececa. 490-480 B.C.E.marbleapproximately 6 ft. 1 in. long
  12. 12. Kritios Boyfrom the Acropolis, Athens, Greececa. 480 B.C.E.marble34 in. highContrapposto
  13. 13. Warriorfrom the sea off Riace, Italyca. 460-450 B.C.E.bronze78 in. highCLASSICALDescriptions:Idealization, unemotional, perfection, self-contained
  14. 14. CharioteerDelphi, Greececa. 470B.C.E.bronze78 in. high
  15. 15. MyronDiskobolus (Discus Thrower)ca. 450 B.C.E.Roman marble copy after a bronze original61 in. high
  16. 16. PolykleitosDoryphoros (Spear Bearer)ca. 450-440 B.C.E.Roman marble copy after a bronze original83 in. high
  17. 17. Nike Adjusting her SandalFrom the south side of the paraper of theTemple of Athena NikeAcropolis, Athens, Greececa. 410 BCE
  18. 18. PhidasAthena Parthenos (model)Acropolis, Athens, Greececa. 438 B.C.E.38 ft. tallchryselephantineHIGH CLASSICAL
  19. 19. Helios and his horses, and Dionysos (Herakles?)From the east pediment of the ParthenonAcropolis, Athens, Greececa. 438-432 BCE
  20. 20. Three Goddesses (Hestia, Dione and Aphrodite?)From the east pediment of the ParthenonAcropolis, Athens, Greececa. 438-432 BCE
  21. 21. Caryatids from the South Porch of the ErechtheionAcropolis, Athens, Greececa. 421-405 B.C.E.marblefigures approximately 91 in. high
  22. 22. PraxitelesHermes and the Infant DionysusCa 4th century B.C.E.Marble7’1”LATE CLASSICALDescriptions:Naturalism, humanized, relaxed, elongation
  23. 23. PraxitelesAphrodite of Knidosca. 350-340 B.C.E.Roman marble copy after a bronze original80 in. high
  24. 24. LysipposApoxyomenos (Scraper)ca. 330 B.C.E.Roman marble copy after a bronze original81 in. high
  25. 25. LysipposWeary Herakles (Farnese Herakles)ca. 320 B.C.E.Roman marble copy after a bronze original10 ‘ 5” high -- HUGE
  26. 26. Philoxenes of EretriaBattle of IssusFrom the House of the Faun, Pompei, Italyca. 310 B.C.E.tessera Mosaic8 ft. 10 in. x 16 ft. 9 in.
  27. 27. HellenisticDescriptions:Emotional, dramatic, exaggeration,movement, individualisticAthena battling Alkyoneos from the Altar ofZeusFrom Pergamon, Turkeyca. 175 B.C.E.
  28. 28. Nike of Samothracefrom Samothrace, Greececa. 190 B.C.E.marble97 in. high
  29. 29. Epigonos (?)Dying Gaulca. 230-220 B.C.E.Marble, Roman marble copy of a bronze original3’6”
  30. 30. Alexandros of Antioch-on-the-MeanderAphrodite from Milos (Venus de Milo)ca. 150-125 B.C.E.marble79 in. high
  31. 31. Sleeping Satyr (Barberini Faun)ca. 230-200 B.C.E.marble85 in. high
  32. 32. Seated BoxerFrom Rome, Italyca. 100-50 B.C.E.bronze4’2”
  33. 33. Old Market Womanca. 150-100 B.C.E.marble54 in. high
  34. 34. Athanadoros, Hagesandros, and Polydoros ofRhodesLaocoön and his sons1st century C.E.marble94 1/2 in. high
  35. 35. Greek Architecture
  36. 36. Temple of Hera IPaestum, Italyca. 550 B.C.E.Fluted columnsEntabulatureARCHAIC
  37. 37. Doric order Corinthian orderIonic order
  38. 38. West pediment from the Temple of ArtemisFrom Corfu, Greececa. 600-580 B.C.E.Limestone9’4”pediment
  39. 39. Temple of AphaiaAegina, Greececa. 500-490 B.C.E.Severe
  40. 40. Temple of Hera IIPaestum, Italy460 BCE
  41. 41. AcropolisAthens, Greece
  42. 42. Iktinos and KallikratesParthenon, Temple ofAthena ParthenosAcropolis, Athens, Greece447-438 B.C.E.
  43. 43. Temple of Athena NikeAcropolis, Athens, Greececa. 421-405 B.C.E.
  44. 44. ErechtheionAcropolis, Athens, Greececa. 421-405 B.C.E.
  45. 45. PropylaiaAcropolis, Athens, Greececa. 437-432B.C.E.
  46. 46. Polykleitos the YoungerTheaterEpidauros, Greece350 B.C.E.LATECLASSICAL
  47. 47. Reconstructed west front of the Altar of ZeusFrom Pergamon, Turkeyca. 175 B.C.E.HELLENISTIC
  48. 48. The ETRUSCANSTHEME: LIFE in DEATH
  49. 49. Apulu (Apollo)from the Portonaccio Temple, Veii, Italyca. 510-500 B.C.E.painted terracotta71 in. high
  50. 50. Models of Etruscan templesas described by Vitruviusca. 6th century B.C.E.
  51. 51. Sarcophagus with reclining coupleFrom Cerveteri, Italyca. 520 B.C.E.painted terracotta
  52. 52. Tumulusfrom Cerveteri, Italy7th to 2nd centuries B.C.E.
  53. 53. Diving and Fishing, detail of a mural painting in the Tombof Hunting and FishingTarquinia, Italy530-520 century B.C.E.
  54. 54. Capitoline Wolffrom Rome, Italyca. 500-480 B.C.E.bronze31 1/2 in. high
  55. 55. ROMEMERIT:Monuments, Engineering, Realism, InteriorSpace, Temples
  56. 56. Temple of “Fortuna Virilis”from Rome, Italyca. 75 B.C.E.REPUBLIC
  57. 57. Head of a Roman patricianca. 75-50 B.C.E.marbleapproximately 1 ft. 2 in. highverism
  58. 58. Barrel vaults and groin vaults
  59. 59. First Style wall paintingfauces of the SamniteHouse, Herculaneum, Italylate 2nd century B.C.E.fresco
  60. 60. Cubiculum (bedroom), 2nd stylefrom the villa of P. Fannius SynistorBoscoreale, Italyca. 40-30 B.C.E.fresco
  61. 61. Detail of Third Style PaintingFrom cubiculum 15 of the Villa of AgrippaPostumus, Boscotrecase, Italyca. 10 B.C.E.fresco7’8”
  62. 62. Fourth Style wall paintingFrom room 78of the Villa of Domus Aurea (GoldenHouse) of Nero, Rome Italyca. 64-68 B.C.E.fresco
  63. 63. Portrait of Augustus as generalfrom Primaporta, Italyca. 20 B.C.E.marble80 in. highIMPERIAL ROMAN ART
  64. 64. Ara Pacis AugustaeRome, Italyca. 13-9 B.C.E.marble63 in. high
  65. 65. Ara Pacis AugustaeRome, Italyca. 13-9 B.C.E.marble63 in. high
  66. 66. Ara Pacis AugustaeRome, Italyca. 13-9 B.C.E.marble63 in. high
  67. 67. Pont-du-GardNimes, Franceca. 16 B.C.E.
  68. 68. ColosseumRome, Italyca. 70-80 C.E.
  69. 69. Portrait bust of a Flavian womanfrom Rome, Italyca. 90 C.E.marble25 in. high
  70. 70. Portrait of Vespasianca. 75-79 C.E.marble1’4”
  71. 71. Arch of TitusRome, Italy81 C.E.
  72. 72. Column of Trajan HIGH EMPIREForum of TrajanRome, Italy112 C.E.
  73. 73. Apollodorus of DamascusMarkets of TrajanRome, Italy100-112 C.E.
  74. 74. PantheonRome, Italyca. 118-125 C.E.
  75. 75. PantheonRome, Italyca. 118-125 C.E.
  76. 76. Apotheosis of Antoninus Pius and Faustinafrom Rome, Italyca. 161 C.E.marble8’1”
  77. 77. Equestrian statue of Marcus Aureliusfrom Rome, Italyca. 175 C.E.bronze11 ft. 6 in. high
  78. 78. Portrait of Carcallaca. 211-217 C.E.marble14 in. highLATE EMPIRE
  79. 79. Plan of the Baths of CaracallaRome, Italy212-216 C.E.
  80. 80. Battle of the Romans and barbarians(Ludovisi Battle Sarcophagus)From Rome, Italy250-260 C.E.marble5’
  81. 81. Portraits of the four tetrarchsSt. Mark’s, Veniceca. 305 C.E.porphyry51 in. high
  82. 82. Arch of ConstantineRome, Italyca. 312-315 C.E.
  83. 83. Portrait of Constantinefrom the Basilica Nova, Rome, Italyca. 315-330 C.E.marblehead approximately 8 ft. 6 in. high
  84. 84. Aula Palatina (Basilica)Trier, Germanyearly 4th century C.E.

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