The High EmpireAbuses by Claudius and NeroTrajan reunited Roman empire, great military victoryinwhat is now GermanyHadrian...
Trajan’s Column, 116 CE (HighImperial Period), 125’ high,marble (flashcard)Narrative art, propaganda of theDacian campaign...
Detail of reliefsculpture onTrajan’sColumnShowsTrajan’s armycrossingDanube inDaciancampaign…
Apotheosis: feeling that you can rise up buoyantly tothe sky to commune with God(s)
Dome of The Pantheon, Rome, 118 CE (flashcard)                         Grandest of Hadrian’s monuments                    ...
For the Win… Where is this dome located?
ARCH OF TITUSSPOILS OF ROMEREAD ABOUT ON YOUROWN
Canopus, Hadrian’s Villa, 130 CE, Tivoli. He had acomplex of buildings, lakes, gardens filled with Greeksculptures and rec...
A better view… thjis is from Hadrian’s villa in TivoliRemember the CANOPUS and huge complex???
Portraits of Emperors
Portraits of EmperorsRomans used art & architecture to        mold public opinionhttp://www.artic.edu/cleo/hadrian/hadrianM
Equestrian Statue ofMarcus Aurelius,•176 CE (High Imperial)•Bronze, originally gilded•Capitoline Museum, Rome(originally o...
Middle-aged FlavianWoman,MarbleArtist unknownVatican MuseumExample of Verismportrait sculpture1st century CE
Young FlavianWomanMarbleArtist unknownExample ofverism inportraiture,captures everydetail of thehair1st cent CEflashcard
Baths of Caracalla
Baths of Diocletianaka Church of Sta. Maria della Angelleli
Portrait of the Tetrarchs
Caracalla,Early 3rd century CEMarble, 14.5”Metropolitan Museum of ArtMurdered his brother Getato ensure he becameemperorWi...
Head of Constantine the Great,325 CE, marble, 8’6” headFlashcard Image•Was part of full sized mammoth statue•Imperial prop...
Arch of ConstantineMedium: Concrete and white marbleSize: height 50 (15 m)Date: c. 312 CE (Restored 1822–24)Source/Museum:...
Audience Hall of TheBasilica, Trier GermanyBuilt by ConstantineBecame a bishop’spalace during medievalperiodTrier had publ...
Basilica Nova,306 CERomeBuilt byConstantineand MaxentiusBrick &concrete barrelvaultsGroin vaultednave
Priestess of BachhusIvory DyptychStill old Roman religion “cults”survived after adoption ofChristianity as official religion
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Images used with permission from Pearson in conjunction with Art History ed. 3 by Stokstad. OK to use for educational purposes only. For Ms. Fuentes AP Art History class....

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  • Artist: n/a Title: Column of Trajan Medium: Marble Size: overall height with base 125' (38 m), column alone 97'8" (29.77 m) relief 625' (190.5 m) long Date: 113–16 or after 117 CE Source/Museum: Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: Column of Trajan Medium: Marble Size: overall height with base 125' (38 m), column alone 97'8" (29.77 m) relief 625' (190.5 m) long Date: 113–16 or after 117 CE Source/Museum: Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: Romans Crossing The Danube and Building A Fort Medium: Marble Size: height of the spiral band approx. 36" (91 cm) Date: 113–16 or after 117 CE Source/Museum: Detail of the lowest part of the Column of Trajan
  • Artist: n/a Title: Hadrian ’s Wall Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: 2nd century CE Source/Museum: Great Britain. View from near Housesteads, England
  • Artist: n/a Title: Canopus, Hadrian ’s Villa Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: c. 130–35 CE Source/Museum: Tivoli
  • Artist: n/a Title: Battle of Centaurs and Wild Beasts Medium: Mosaic Size: 23 X 36" (58.4 X 91.4 cm) Date: c. 118–28 CE Source/Museum: Hadrian ’s Villa, Tivoli / Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Antikensammlung, Berlin
  • Artist: n/a Title: Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius Medium: Bronze, originally gilded Size: height of statue 11'6" (3.5 m) Date: c. 176 CE Source/Museum: Museo Capitolino, Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: Middle-Aged Flavian Woman Medium: Marble Size: height 9 ½" (24.1 cm) Date: Late 1st century CE Source/Museum: Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, Rome. Profano, ex-Lateranese, Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: A Young Flavian Woman Medium: Marble Size: height 25" (65.5 cm) Date: c. 90 CE Source/Museum: Museo Capitolino, Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: Caracalla Medium: Marble Size: height 14 ½" (36.2 cm) Date: Early 3rd century CE Source/Museum: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Samuel D. Lee Fund, 1940 (40.11.1A)
  • Artist: n/a Title: Constantine The Great Medium: Marble Size: height of head 8'6" (2.6 m) Date: 325–26 CE Source/Museum: Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, Rome / Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: The Arch of Titus Medium: Concrete and white marble Size: height 50' (15 m) Date: c. 81 CE (Restored 1822–24) Source/Museum: Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: Audience Hall of Constantine Chlorus (now known as the Basilica). Interior: view of the nave. Medium: n/a Size: height of room 100' (30.5 m) Date: Early 4th century Source/Museum: Trier, Germany
  • Artist: n/a Title: Audience Hall of Constantine Chlorus (now known as the Basilica). Exterior. Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: Early 4th century Source/Museum: Trier, Germany
  • Artist: n/a Title: Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine (Basilica Nova) Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: 306–13 CE Source/Museum: Rome
  • Artist: n/a Title: Floor Plan, Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine (Basilica Nova) Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: n/a Source/Museum: n/a
  • Artist: n/a Title: Floor Plan, Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine (Basilica Nova) Medium: n/a Size: n/a Date: n/a Source/Museum: n/a
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    1. 1. The High EmpireAbuses by Claudius and NeroTrajan reunited Roman empire, great military victoryinwhat is now GermanyHadrian empire extended all the way to Britain. Builtgiant wall as symbol of barbarians (Celts, Anglo Saxons)vs. Civilization (Rome)
    2. 2. Trajan’s Column, 116 CE (HighImperial Period), 125’ high,marble (flashcard)Narrative art, propaganda of theDacian campaign glorifying Emp.TrajanWhat type of patronage does thisshow?Relief decoration 625” over 2500individual figures.. Expands inheight at upper parts of column.Originally topped by statue ofTrajan, now St. PeterLocated near Basilica Ulpia &
    3. 3. Detail of reliefsculpture onTrajan’sColumnShowsTrajan’s armycrossingDanube inDaciancampaign…
    4. 4. Apotheosis: feeling that you can rise up buoyantly tothe sky to commune with God(s)
    5. 5. Dome of The Pantheon, Rome, 118 CE (flashcard) Grandest of Hadrian’s monuments CE 118-125 - High Imperial Period Dedicated as a Christian Church Design influence huge- Jefferson Memorial & others Façade like Greek Temple Discreetly promotes Emperor with Dome of Heaven Simple repetition of square against circle in portico & rotunda Oculus - opening for light. Used lighter concrete at top of dome. Marble veneer disguises brick architecture Deceptively simple design actually very technically sophisticated
    6. 6. For the Win… Where is this dome located?
    7. 7. ARCH OF TITUSSPOILS OF ROMEREAD ABOUT ON YOUROWN
    8. 8. Canopus, Hadrian’s Villa, 130 CE, Tivoli. He had acomplex of buildings, lakes, gardens filled with Greeksculptures and recreated scenes from throughout theempire.
    9. 9. A better view… thjis is from Hadrian’s villa in TivoliRemember the CANOPUS and huge complex???
    10. 10. Portraits of Emperors
    11. 11. Portraits of EmperorsRomans used art & architecture to mold public opinionhttp://www.artic.edu/cleo/hadrian/hadrianM
    12. 12. Equestrian Statue ofMarcus Aurelius,•176 CE (High Imperial)•Bronze, originally gilded•Capitoline Museum, Rome(originally outside)•Military commander celebratinghis achievements•Difficult to balance (physically)equestrian statue, plus makingthe horse not overwhelm therider…created model for laterartists!•Beard in the style of Hadrianand philosophers•Gesture like who???•FLASHCARD
    13. 13. Middle-aged FlavianWoman,MarbleArtist unknownVatican MuseumExample of Verismportrait sculpture1st century CE
    14. 14. Young FlavianWomanMarbleArtist unknownExample ofverism inportraiture,captures everydetail of thehair1st cent CEflashcard
    15. 15. Baths of Caracalla
    16. 16. Baths of Diocletianaka Church of Sta. Maria della Angelleli
    17. 17. Portrait of the Tetrarchs
    18. 18. Caracalla,Early 3rd century CEMarble, 14.5”Metropolitan Museum of ArtMurdered his brother Getato ensure he becameemperorWiped out every referenceto Geta…damnatio moriConstructed popular bathsof CaracallaRuthless and cunningdictator.See the painting of hisfamily (with Geta wiped outof course!)
    19. 19. Head of Constantine the Great,325 CE, marble, 8’6” headFlashcard Image•Was part of full sized mammoth statue•Imperial propaganda•Projects imperial power!!•Instrumentalism-power & authority•Permanent stand-in for emperor if heWas out of town•Somewhat abstracted like the Tetrarchs•Constantine ended religious persecution•Adopted Christianity as official religion•Made Constantinople the capital ofThe Empire
    20. 20. Arch of ConstantineMedium: Concrete and white marbleSize: height 50 (15 m)Date: c. 312 CE (Restored 1822–24)Source/Museum: RomeFLASHCARDTribute to victory over Maxentius.. Reyclcledsculpture.Relief panels from older monument ofMarcus Aurelius. & some panels celebratingTrajan’s victoryRoudels from Hadrian monument.Constantinue took over 312 invaded Itlaly,won Milvian Bridge, credited Chrsit with hisvictoy313 AD ended religious persecutionArch shows stiff, formal style which wasadopted by the Christian churchBridge between Roman and Early Christianart.
    21. 21. Audience Hall of TheBasilica, Trier GermanyBuilt by ConstantineBecame a bishop’spalace during medievalperiodTrier had publicamenities (baths,palace)Simple plan, large scaleIssued edict of Milanmodel of religioustolerance
    22. 22. Basilica Nova,306 CERomeBuilt byConstantineand MaxentiusBrick &concrete barrelvaultsGroin vaultednave
    23. 23. Priestess of BachhusIvory DyptychStill old Roman religion “cults”survived after adoption ofChristianity as official religion

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