PRE-HISTORIC ART

Stone Age
Paleolithic Mesolithic Neolithic

Metal Age
Bronze Age Iron Age

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PRE-HISTORIC ART IN EUROPE
• Stone Age • Paleolithic Period Old stone Age • Upper, Middle & Lower • Mesolithic • Neolithic
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Period New Stone Age

The Rise of Farming Neolithic Social Change

• The

Bronze Age • The Iron Age

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TOOLS
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Handaxe

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MESOAMERICAN PALEO-INDIANS KILLING A MASTODON
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY, MEXICO CITY

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FIRST MADE FROM MAMMOTH BONES
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UPPER PALEOLITHIC ART

Mobile
Small, can be moved from place to place or traded

Parietal
Paintings on cave walls Large carvings

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BISON
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LION-HUMAN
HOHLENSTEIN-STADEL, GERMANY MAMMOTH IVORY, 29.6CM ULMER MUSEUM, ULM, GERMANY

probably male with a feline head

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HORSES
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baton or staff, found at Mas-d'Azil, France

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VENUS OF WILLENDORF
from Willendorf, Austria c. 25,000-21,000 B.C. Limestone, 11.5 cm high

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Mother Goddess Tarxien, Malta before 2500 bc large bulbous legs covered by a pleated skirt, colossal figure surrounded by smaller obese female figures The 18“ Venus figure (France, 22,000 to 30,000 years ago) holds what may be an incised bison horn
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VARIATIONS OF FEMALE FIGURES
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The Paleolithic Cave Paintings of Lascaux, France
(ca. 17,000 BP)
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GREAT HALL OF BULLS
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BACK TO BACK BISON
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PANEL OF THE SWIMMING STAGS
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STAG AT THE ENTRANCE
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BISON TOWARDS THE BACK

CHINESE HORSE
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SHAFT OF THE DEAD MAN
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IBEXES - AXIAL GALLERY
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SMALL HORSES PAINTED WITH RED AND YELLOW OCHRES
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ALTAMIRA, SPAIN
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BOAR
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CHAUVEX CAVE, FRANCE

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HYAENA AND PANTHER
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BEAR SKULL ON ROCK
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PANEL OF LIONS
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OWL IN MUD

WALKING HORSE
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RHINOS
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DETAIL OF ROCK-SHELTER PAINTING, COGUL LERIDA, SPAIN, C.4000-2000BC

PEOPLE AND ANIMALS

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ANGONO PETROGLYPHS
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PIGMENTS
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In the Round

In Relief high and low ‘bas relief ’

SCULPTURE
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Bison, Tuc d’Audoubert, 13,000-18,000 bc unbaked clay, each 61cm long
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CERAMIC
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SHAMANISM
Original cave Painting Shaman, Trois-Freres cave Dordogne, France 13,000-11,000 bc Drawing by Henry Breuil

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ARCHITECTURE
Post and Lintel
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MENHIR
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DOLMEN IN FRANCE DOLMEN AT JORDAN

DOLMEN IN PORTUGAL DOLMEN IN INDIA

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STONEHENGE
NEAR SALISBURY, ENGLAND

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Trundholm Sun Charriot (Denmark)
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METAL AGE

ART OF ANCIENT NEAR EAST
MESOPOTAMIA

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Neolithic Era (9000-4500/4000bc)- Jericho Mesopotamia (modern Iraq)
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Uruk Period - 4500-3100 bc Sumer - 2800-2300 bc Akkad - 23400-2180 bc Babylon - 1830-539 bc Assyrian Empire - 1100-612 bc

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Anatolia - (modern Turkey) 1450-1200 bc Ancient Iran - 5000-331 bc The Scythians -(modern Russia & Ukraine) 8th-4th cent bc

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Jericho Wall
c. 8000-7000 bc - Mud Brick Rubble and Stone
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Neolithic Skull from Jericho

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Composite Reconstruction of Drawing of Chatal Huyuk, Turkey, c. 6500-5500 bc
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Human Figure
Jordan, c, 7000-6000 bc fired lime plaster with cowrie shell, bitumen,and paint, 90 cm (35in) National Museum, Amman, Jordan

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Warka Head
Face of a Woman c. 3300-3000 bc marble, 20.3cm (8in), Irag Museum, Baghdad

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Nanna Ziggurat
Muqaiyir, Iraq, c. 2100-1050 bc
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Ziggurat at Ur
Built for the moon god, Nanna, the ziggurat dates from the 2100s bc and
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Carved Vase known a the Uruk Vase
Uruk,Iraq, c 3300-3000 bc, Alabaster, 91cm (36in), Iraq Museum, Baghdad

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Votive Figures
c. 2900-2600 bc, limestone, alabaster and gypsum, The Square temple, Tell Asmar, Iraq, 76.3cm (30”)
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Figures from Tell Asmar

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The Great Lyre with the Bull’s Head

Front Panel, the sound box of the Great Lyre

Royal Tomb, Ur, Iraq, c. 2550-2400 bc, Wood with gold, silver, lapis lazuli, bitumen and ashell reassembled in modern wood support, height of head 35.6cm (14”), Museum ofArcheology, Philadelphia
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Head of the Akkadian King
c. 2300 bc

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Votive Statue of Gudea
(present day Telloh, Iraq) c. 2090 bc, Diorite, 73.7cm (29”) Musee du Louvre, Paris

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Stele of Hammurabi
Susa (present-day Shush, Iran)

c. 1792-1750 bc, 2.13cm (7ft.) Diorite Musee du Louvre, Paris

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Daric
A coin minted under Darius I of Persia 4th century bc, Gold Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

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Lamassu
Human-Headed Winged Lion, 883-859 bc Alabaster, 3.11cm Colossal Gatewat figure, the palace of Assurnasirpal II, Mesopotamia, (present day Nimrud, Iraq)

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Assurnasirpal in Killing Lions
Palace complex of Assurnasir[al II, Iraq, c. 850 bc, Alabaster, 99.1cm (39”) British Museum, London
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Air view of the ceremonial complex, Persepolis
518-460 bc, Iran
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Darius and Xerxes Receiving Tribute
c. 491-486 bc, limestone, 2.54m) (8‘4”) detail of a relief from the stairway leading to the Apadana (ceremonial complex) Persepolis, Iran

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Reconstruction Drawing of Babylon
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Ishtar Gate and Throne Room Wall

Reconstructed in a Berlin museum, originally from Babylon (today Iraq), c. 575 bc ; Glazed brick, height of gate originally 12.2m with towers rising 30.5m

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Art of Ancient Egypt

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Egypt and Nubia
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196 bc, Basalt, 1.14m (3’9”), British Museum, London

Rosetta Stone

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Architecture and Sculptures

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Pyramids
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Mastaba
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Imhotep’s Step Pyramid
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largest is the pyramid of Khufu with 2,300,000 stones weighing 6.5m tons

Giza Pyramids

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the colossal statue at Khafre, Giza, sndstone, 66ft x 240ft
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The Great Sphinx

Temple at Luxor
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Temple at Al Karmak
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Egyptian god Ptah

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Aton
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Death Mask of Tutankamun
133-1323 bc Gold inlaid enamel with semi=precious stones 54 cm (21 in) high

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Thutmose IV and Mother
Carved from a single rectangular stone block, this idealized, geometric sculpture represents the ancient Egyptian king Thutmose IV and his mother.
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Cat Goddess
This bronze figure with inlaid blue-glass eyes dates from Egyptʼs Late Period (712-332 bc). It shows the ancient goddess Bast in the form of a cat.

Seated statue of Khafre
c. 2500 bc, diorite, 1.68cm (5’6”) high
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c. 2548-2530 bc, Slate, 1.39cm (4‘6.5”) high

Menkaure & Queen Khamerernebty

Goddess Selket

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Bed Carriage resembling a cow
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Interior of Tombs

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Tomb of Queen Amonherkhepsef
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Prince Rahotep and his wife, Nofret
painted limestone, 1.2m high Egyptian Museum, Cairo,Egypt

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found near the tomb of Kai, c. 2450-2325 bc painted limestone with inlaid eyes of rock crystal, calcite, magnesium mounted on copper, 53cm (21in), Musee du Louvre
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Seated Scribe

part of the Egyptian Book of the Dead
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Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Amon at Karnak
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Tutankhamons’ Sarcophagus

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Painting from Temple of Ramses III
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Wall Paintings, Frescoes and Reliefs

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Egyptian Canon of Proportions
Contributing to the sustainability of Egyptian style for over 2000 years, this system contributed to a conventional easily recognizable image. The characteristic way of depicting the human figure: shoulders and one eye are frontal head, arms and legs are in profile waist is nearly in profile but is turned enough to show the navel

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c. 3000 bc, slate, 63.5cm (25 in) Egyptian Museum, Cairo,Egypt
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Palette of Narmer

Nebamun hunting birds, from the tomb, Thebes, Egypt
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relief in tombs

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Anubis and the Mummy
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Amon-Ra, Father of the Gods
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Egyptian Amulets
Djed Pillar Wedjat Eye Appyrus Bud Crocodile Falcon god Horus Stone heart Bes, god of music and dance

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Ancient Egyptian Jewelries
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Egyptian Concepts:

• Kingship • Death and Afterlife • Religion
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Amarna Period
c. 1349-1336 bc
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Amarna Period, Sandstone, 3.96m (13ft) Staatliche Museum, Berlin, Germany
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Akhenaten

Amarna Period, painted Limestone, 48cm (19in) Staatliche Museum, Berlin, Germany

Nefertiti

Amarna period, Limestone relief, 33x38cm (13x15in), Staatliche Museen, Berlin

Akhenaten and Nefertiti and their children

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Egypt and Nubia
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Temple of Ramse II
Abu Simbel, Nubia, 1237 bc
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a bit of political history
Egypt was conquered by: Assyrians c. 673-657 bc Persians 525 bc Alexander the great 332 bc Romans in 58 bc and annexed it in 30bc 6th-12th century = christianity 12th to 14th century = infiltrated by various groups then it became muslim

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The Aegean

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CYCLADIC CIVILAZATION
c. 3000 - 1200 b.c.

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Two Figures of Women
Cyclades c. 2500-2200, Marble 33cm & 63.4cm (13in & 25in) Museum of Cyclade Art, Athens

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Venus of Willendorf
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Male Cyclidic flute player
from Keros, c. 2500-2200 bc, Marble National Archaeological Museum, Athens

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Seated Harp
Keros, Cyclades, c. 2700-2500 bc, Marble, height 29.2m (11.5in), Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens

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Discoveries at Thera

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Landscape (spring fresco)
Akrotiri, Thera Cyclades, before 1630 bc
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Young Girl Gathering Saffron Crocus Flowers
Detail of wall painting, before 1630 bc Thera Foundation, Greece

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MINOAN CIVILAZATION
c. 3000 - 1500 b.c.

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Knossos, aerial photograph of the site
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Knossos, Crete, c 2000 - 1375 bc, as would have appeared during a New Palace Period

Reconstuction of the Palace Complex

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Wall painting with areas of modern reconstruction from the palace complex Knossos, Crete, c. 1550-1450 bc, 62.3cm (24in) Archeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete
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Bull Leaping

Snake Goddess
from Knossos, c. 1600 bc, Faience

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Octopus Flask
Palaikastro, Crete, c. 1500-1450 bc Marine style ceramic 28cm (11in) Archeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete

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Kamares Ware Jug
Phaistos, Crete, Old Palace Period, c. 2000-1900 bc, Archeological Museum Iraklion, Crete

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Harvester Vase
Hagia Triada, Crete, c. 1650-1450 bc Steatite, diameter 11.3cm (4.5in) lower part of vase reconstructed Archeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete

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Chryssolakkos, near Mallia, Crete, c. 1700-1550 bc Gold height approx 4.6cm (more than 1in) Archeological Museum, Iraklion, Crete
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Pendant of Gold Bees

Bull’s Head Rhyton
Palace complex, Knossos, Crete c. 1550-1450 bc Steatite with shell, rock crystal and jasper and

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MYCENEAN CIVILAZATION
c. 1600 - 1200 b.c.

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aerial view, site occupied c. 1600-1200 bc walls built c. 1340, 1250, 1200 bc

Citadel at Mycenae

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Reconstruction of Citadel at Mycenae
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Lion’s Gate at Mycenae
c. 1250 bc, historic photo

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Reconstruction Drawing of the Megaron in the Palace at Pylos,
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“Goddess” from the citadel of Mycenae, c. 1200 bc
National Archaelogical Museum, Athens, Greece
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Tholos, the so-called Treasury of Atreus
Mycenae, Greece, c. 1300-1200 bc
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Cut-away Drawing of Tholos
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Corbelled Vault, Interior of Tholos
Limestone vault height 14.48cm (47ft6in)

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Funerary mask, from the royal tombs, Grave Circle A Mycenae, Greece, c. 1600-1550 bc, Gold height approx 35cm (12in) National Archeological Museum, Athens
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Mask of Agamemnon

Found near Sparta, Greece, c. 1650-1450 bc Gold, height 3.9cm (3.5in)

Vapheio Cup

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Golden Lion’s Head Rhyton
Shaft grave IV, wouth of Lions Gate, Mycenae 16th century bc National Archaeological Museum, Athens

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Flotilla Fresco, c.1650 bc, National Archiological Museum, Athens
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Shaft Grave IV, Grave Circle A, Mycenae, Greece, c. 1550-1500 bc Bronze inlaid with gold, silver and niello, length 23.8cm (9.5in) National Archeological Museum, Athens

Dagger Blade with Lion Hunt

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Found in the palace at Mycenae, Greece, c. 1400-1200 bc Ivory, heoght 7.5cm (more than 2in) National Archaeological Museum, Athens
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The Women with a Child

Mycenae, Greece, c. 1300-1100 bc, Ceramic, height 41cm (16in) National Archaeological Museum, Athens

Warrior Vase

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Man is the Measure of all Things
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emphasis on the individual view of death gods had human like qualities artists signed their works, both men and women

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view of the Acropolis, Athens
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Geometric Style in Pottery

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Geometric Amphora
8th cent bc, terracotta
1.55m (5ft1in)

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Orientalizing Style

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Polyphemuos Painter, Amphora
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The Northampton Vase

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Archaic Style

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Sculpture

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Marble, Archaic Period

Kouros

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Parian marble, 530 bc, 1.21m (11 2/3in)

Peplos Kore

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Early Classical

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Poseidon, with his trident or Zeus, hurling his thunderbolt
National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece

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Parian Marble, 86cm (33 7/8in)

Kritos Boy

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(discuss thrower) 460-450 bc, marble copy of a bronze original, 1.53m (5ft)

Diskobolos, Myron

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Charioteer of Delphi
bronze

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Classical

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Reconstruction of the Parthenon, Athens
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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Plan of the Parthenon
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Golden Statue of Athena
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East end of the Parthenon, Athens
447-438 bc, Pentelic Marble, 33.8x72.2m (111x237 ft)
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Orders of Greek Architecture
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Doric Ionic Corinthian

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1. Doric Columns

at the the Parthenon

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2. Ionic Columns at Propylaea

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ionic column details
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Parthenon Ionic Frieze
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3. Corinthian Columns

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Sculptures from the east pediment of the Parthenon

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Parthenon Metopes
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others Temples

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Agora, Athens
6th century bc
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Temple of Hera I, Paestum and Hera II, Italy (in the foreground)
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Temple of Poseidon
Paestrum, Italy
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Caryatids
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Battle of Lapiths and Centaurs
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Doryphorus
spear thrower

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Late Classical Style

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Theater at Epidaurus

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Praxiteles, Aphrodite of Knidos
c. 350 bc, Marble, 2.05m Musei Vaticani, Rome

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Hellenistic

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Boxer
Bronze, 1.28m (4ft 2in) c. 1st cent bc Museo delle Terme, Rome

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Laocoön and his two sons

Marble 7ft, Musei Vaticani, Rome

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Nike (Victory) of Samothrace
Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace, c. 180 bc, Marble, 2.45m (8ft1in) Musee du Louvre, Paris, France

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Venus de Milo
Musee du Louvre

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Veiled and Masked Dancer
3rd-2nd century bc bronze, height 20.7cm (8 1/8in)

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Altar of Zeus, from Pergamon
c. 175 bc, marble
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Athena battling with Akyoneus
from the great frieze of Pergamon Altar
c. 180 bc, Marble 2.29cm (7ft 6in)
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LATE HELLENISTIC

Temple of Apollo
Didyma, Turkey
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Estruscan Art

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ARCHITECTURE

Reconstruction drawing of 3 temples on the Arx of Cosa, c.100bc
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SCULPTURE

c. 500 bc, Bronze, 85.1cm high, Museo Capitolino, Rome
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Capitoline Wolf

Bronze, 80cm high, from Arezzo, 2nd quarter of 4th century bc

Wounded Chimera

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Painted terracotta, approx 1.78m (5ft10in) high Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia, Rome

Apollo of Veii

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4th cent bc, Bronze, 1.4m high Musei Vaticani, Rome

Mars of Todi

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scene from the back of a mirror from Volterra, showing Uni (Hera) nursing
Bronze engraves, c.300bc, Museo Archeologico, Florence
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FUNERARY ART

from Chiusi, 7th cent bc, Hammered Bronze and terracotta, 83.8cm high, Museo Etrusco, Chiusi

Cinerary Urn

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Mater Matuta
from Chianciano, near Chiusi 460-440 bc Limestone, lifesize, Florence

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Urn in the shape of a hut
from Tarquinia 9th-8th cent bc Tarquinia

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Cinerary Urn in the form of a house
from Chiusi, c. 650-700bc, Museo archeologico, Florence
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interior of Tomb of Shields
Cerveteri, c. 600bc, approx 9x3.5m
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Sarcophagus from Cerveteri, c.520bc
Painted Terracotta, 2m long, Rome

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Mourners at the Door of the Outer World
tomb of Augurs, c.500bc

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Tomb of the Leopards
Tarquina, 480-470bc, Fresco
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Sarcophagus of Ramtha Visnai
from Vulci, c.300-280 bc Limestone, 2.18x0.78m

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ART OF ANCIENT ROME

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CAPITOLINE WOLF
c. 500 bc, Bronze, 85.1cm high, Museo Capitolino, Rome

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REPUBLIC & TRANSITION TO EMPIRE
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Rules by Senate and patrician citizens Julius Ceasar Augustus/Octavian

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EMPIRE
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Julio-Claudian Dynasty - Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, Nero Flavian Dynastry - Vespasian, Titus, Domitian The so-Called Good Emperors” - Neva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius Perios of political stability and econonic prosperity Beginning of Decline The Severan Dynasty - Septimus Severus, Caracalla, Severus Alexander Anarchy Period of Tetrarchs Last Empire

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BUILDING MATERIALS AND METHODS

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ROMAN COLUMNS

CORINTHIAN

IONIC

TUSCAN (DORIC)
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Plan of the vault from above showing resultant outward thrust. Groin Vault from above.

A groin vault viewed from the underside, showing the arris or 'groin'.
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ARCHITECTURAL TYPES
•Domestic •Public

Homes

Buildings

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DOMESTIC
•Homes •Villas

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HOUSE OF SILVER WEDDING
Atrium and peristyle

PLAN OF THE HOUSE OF FAUN
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INSULA, OSTIA
RECONSTRUCTION

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ROMAN INSULAE

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HADRIAN’S VILLA
TIVOLI, ITALY

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PLAN OF HADRIAN’S VILLA
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THE VILLA AND THE PALACE

Canopus at Hadrian's Villa
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PUBLIC BUILDINGS
• Forum • Basilica • Markets • Public • Aqueducts • Religious Temples • Commemorative

Baths

Architecture
• Triumphal Arch • Tombs

• Colosseum • Circus
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ROMAN AND IMPERIAL FORUMS, ROME
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Imperial Forum, Rome
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BASILICA ULPIA

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ROMAN CITY PLANNING

Basilica of Maxentius
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TRAJAN’S MARKETS
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MAIN HALL OF TRAJAN’S MARKET
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RUINS, BATHS AT CARACALLA, ROME
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PLAN & RESTORATION DRAWING OF BATHS OF CARACALLA
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THEATERS AND AMPHITHEATERS

The Colosseum in Rome
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(70-82)

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PRESENT DAY RUINS OF THE COLOSSEUM
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The ancient theater at Orange, France
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CIRCUS
400 - 600 M (1300-1970 FT)
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AQUEDUCT AT PONT DU GARD, FRANCE
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TEMPLE OF PORTUNUS, ROME
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Maison Carrée, Nîmes
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ROMAN TEMPLES

The Pantheon in Rome
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COMMEMORATIVE ARCHITECTURE

WEST SIDE,
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ARA PACIS
13-9 bc

SOUTH SIDE,

ARA PACIS

Marble relief, approx 1.6m (5ft x 3in) high
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TRAJAN’S COLUMN
Marble, 4 lowest bands, 91.4cm (36in) high each
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Triumphal Arch

The Arch of Constantine
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MEDALLIONS, (HADRIANIC, AD117-138) AND FRIEZE (CONSTANTINE, EARLY 4TH CENT)
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SCULPTURAL TYPES
•Sarcophagi •Portraits/Bust •Equestrian •Mosaic
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Statue

and Mural Painting

PROMETHEUS SARCOPHAGUS, AD C. 110
Marble, Museo Capitolino, Rome

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BUST OF JULIUS CEASAR
Marble, Musei di Antichita, Turin

PATRIARCH WITH TWO ANCESTOR BUSTS
Marble, Musei Capitolino, Rome

BUST OF TRAJAN
Marble, Musei Vaticani, Rome
Sunday, July 4, 2010

BUST OF CARACALLA
Marble, 36.2cm (1ft2.25in) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Sunday, July 4, 2010

CONSTANTINE
Marble, 2.59cm (8ft 6in) Palazzo dei Conservatori Rome

PORTRAITS OF FLAVIAN WOMEN

Sunday, July 4, 2010

AUGUSTUS OF PRIMA PORTA
Marble, 2.03m (6ft 8in) high Musei Vaticani, Rome

ANTINOUS
Marble, 180cm (70in) high Archeological Museum Delphi
Sunday, July 4, 2010

EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF MARCUS AURELIUS
Bronze, 3.hgh5m ( 11ft 6in) high Piazza del Campidoglio, Rome

Sunday, July 4, 2010

ROMAN DOMUS

Sunday, July 4, 2010

MOSAICS

Roman Mosaic Floor
Sunday, July 4, 2010

The Grand Hunt

Roman Mosaic, Piazza Armerina

Sunday, July 4, 2010

THE BATTLE OF ISSOS
THE “ALEXANDER MOSAIC” FROM THE HOUSE OF AUN, POMPEII, 2ND CENT BC
Sunday, July 4, 2010

FORESHORTENING OF THE HORSE
Sunday, July 4, 2010

YOUNG WOMAN WITH A STYLUS
RESCO, 28.9CM (11 3/8IN), POMPOEII
Sunday, July 4, 2010

PORTRAIT PAINTING

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Narcissus by the Pool
Wall Painting, Pompeii, Italy
Sunday, July 4, 2010

FIRST AND SECOND STYLE

The Citharist from Stabia
Sunday, July 4, 2010

THIRD STYLE

Landscape with Boats, Pompeii
Sunday, July 4, 2010

FOURTH STYLE

STILL LIFE FROM HERCULANEUM
Sunday, July 4, 2010

GEMS, CAMEOS, METAL WORK AND GLASS

gems

Metal work
Portland Vase

glass
Sunday, July 4, 2010

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