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Lascaux Cave Paintings, Hall of Bulls 20,000 BCE

-Paleolithic (Old Stone Age) painting

-images of animals, objects of hunt and survival, ritualistic purposes

-superstitious or magical purpose, depicting them was a way of trapping their spirit for successful hunting

-symbols of reality and human experience, way of communication

-recorded images from memory

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Lascaux Cave Paintings, Hall of Bulls 20,000 BCE

-Paleolithic (Old Stone Age) painting

-images of animals, objects of hunt and survival, ritualistic purposes

-superstitious or magical purpose, depicting them was a way of trapping their spirit for successful hunting

-symbols of reality and human experience, way of communication

-recorded images from memory

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Altamira Cave Paintings, 15,000 BCE

-Paleolithic painting

-represent bison and buffalo

-depicted in disorderly fashion

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Chauvet Cave Paintings

-Paleolithic

-uses white

-shading, sense of 3d form

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Pech-Merle Cave Paintings

-Paleolithic

-sympathetic magick, way of casting a spell

-handprints

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Venus of Willendorf, 20,000 BCE

-Paleolithic

-made of limestone, carved using primitive stone tools,

-represents human sexual prowess, enlarged features

-fertility figure

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-shift in human development

-new stone age (neolithic period)

-people are emerging from caves

-beginning of pottery, making of finer tools, clay, textiles

8500 BCE

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Fresco Ruins from Catal Huyuk

-neolithic

-human figure in more life-like fashion

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Figure from Catal Hoyuk, 6000 BCE

-neolithic

-nude, fertility associations, appears to be giving birth

-narrative of giving birth and the relationship between mother and child

-authority, sitting on throne

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Stonehenge, 2000 BCE

-neolithic

-Megaliths; 24 ft above ground

-Transported Megaliths

-trilithon: 3 stones

-deposits of human bones found around structure, served as temple

-astronomical purpose, points in direction of solstices and equinoxes at certain points of year

-Made a giant calendar

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-Mesopotamian Art

-migration to river valley in 3500 BCE, new site of human settlement

-beginning of bronze age

-invention of writing

-creation of monarchy

-polytheistic religion, Gilgamesh

-technology, bronze, weapons, art

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Ziggurat at Ur, 2600-2400 BCE

-mesopotamian (ancient near eastern)

-Worship deities, religious shrine

-Dedicated to a particular deity

-humans can have direct contact with deity for prayer and sacrifice

-built with mud brick

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Female Head from Inanna Temple Complex at Uruk, 3000-2400 BCE

-mesopotamian

-Sumerian sculpture

-carved out of marble stone on wooden base

-eyes filled with shell or limestone, emphasis on brow, eyes reflect human/divine soul

-Godess has a noble distain

-Figure like that would've been placed in a ziggurat

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Statuettes of two worshipers from the Square Temple at Eshnunna, 2700 BCE

-Mesopotamian

-Sumerian

-marble, carved

-arms in prayer

-eyes strongly emphasized

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-Tell Asmar 2900-2350 B.C.E

-Range in different sizes

-Perhaps dedicated to the god Abu

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-Inscription saying that name is Abu

-2900-2550 BC

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Abikhil from Mari, 2600-2500 BCE

-Mesopotamian

-ziggurat superintendent

-slightly smiling, seated

-Abikhil

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Royal Cemetery at Ur, 2600-2400 BCE

-Mesopotamian

-lined with precious stones, shells, red carnelian

-first example of narrative art in ancient sumer

-Battle depicted in 3 rows

-Reveals culture as people play harp and dance

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Harp from Tomb of Pu-Abi at Royal Cemetery of Ur, 2500 BCE

-mesopotamian

-made of wood

-cow with horns

-animals participating in banquet

-A fable; animals serve the guests and play harps

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The Ram in the Thicket from Royal Cemetery of Ur, 2600 BCE

-Mesopotamian

-tree of life

-symbolizes nature

-goat in lifelike fashion

-gold

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Banquet Scene and Cyclinder Seal from Tomb of Pu-abi at Royal Cemetery of Ur, 2600-2400 BCE

-mesopotamian

-seal impression made from rolling cylinder onto clay tablet

-reflects events in owners life

-personalized objects, no 2 are identical

-Cylinder seals

-Can be rolled over damp clay and once clay drys and impression is created

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-Akkadians

-Royal themes glorified, actions of monarchs, narrative art

2300 BCE

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Victory Stele of Naram Sin, 2254-2218 BCE

-Akkadian

-memorative plaque

-low relief

-unified design

-divine symbols sun and moon

-sense of volume in individual forms

-shows king leading army up mountain as they defeat enemy

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Head of Akkadian Ruler from Nineveh, 2250-2200 BCE

-mesopotamian, akkadian

-made of cast bronze

-figure of royal status

-Presumably Naram Sin

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Gudea of Lagash, 2100 BCE

-mesopotamian

-Neo-Sumerian

-restored ziggurats

-smooth polished surface

-scripture on figure

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-Babylonian

-hanging gardens

-fall to invaders, plunging mesopotamia into disorder

-located upstream of Euphrates

2150 BCE

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Code of Hammurabi from Babylon, 1780 BCE

-mesopotamian, babylonian

-commissioned by King Hammurabi

-carved from basalt

-relief

-narrative scene showing king in dialogue with enthroned god

-implies there is a divine source for human law

-scepter indicates divine authority

-code in cuneiform

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Citadel of Sargon II, Dur-Sharrukin at Chorsaba, 721-705 BCE

-mesopotamian, assyrian

-Palace for the king of kings

-Constructed out of mudbrick

-Most prestigious part is an audience hall

-25 acres of land

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Lammassu from the citadel of Sargon II, Dur Sharrukin, 721-705 BCE

-mesopotamian

-carved from hard stone

-frames entrance to royal audience hall

-body of bull with wings and human head wearing a crown

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Ashurnasirpal II, 865-860 BCE

-mesopotamian, neo-assyrian

-large scale medium high relief panel

-glorifying assyrian king, Ashurnasirpal II

-Gypsin

-Leads new years festival, renewal of nature in spring

-priest wearing a mask

-Has pinecone which symbols fertility

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Scenes of Royal Hunt, Ashurbanipal hunting lions, 645-640 BCE

-mesopotamian

-king in the role of hunter

-from north palace of Ashurbanipal

-king slays lion with arrow

-narrative art

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Nimrod Honorating King Ashurnasirpal II, 9th century BCE

-mesopotamian, ancient assyrian

-low relief

-priest of new years festival on left, to enhance powers of king

-king seated on throne

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Ishtar Gate at Babylon, 575 BCE

-mesopotamian

-constructed out of glazed brick fired in a kiln

-Created using relief

-Neobabylonian period

-animals indicate abundance of nature and mans control over it

-texture of animals surface captured

-Famous gateway to the city of Babylon

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Site of Persepolis, 521-465 BCE

-Persian

-Greek characteristics, columns, first example of columns as an architectural motif in eastern architecture

-main administrative center

-Apadana, people came to pay tribute to persian king

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Entrance to Apadana at Persepolis, 521-465 BCE

-Persian

-animal combat, lion devouring a bull

-carved in medium high relief

-two parallel staircases to terrace

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Entrance to Apadana at Persepolis, 521-465 BCE

-Persian

-first time shown in true profile, showing influence of greek art

-narrative procession

-persian soldier holding spear

-reliefs also on staircase rising towards apadana

-shown in true profile for the entire figure, as a result of greek influence

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Apadana columns, 521-465 BCE

-Persian

-made of stone supporting wooden roof

-64ft tall

-top contains 4 parts of animals, Griffin

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Treasury of Palace at Apadana, 519-465 BCE

-persian

-where precious materials of Persepolis were stored

-scene of royal court ceremony, king portrayed in larger scale, raising hand to symbolize speech

-uses greek symbols to sign artwork

-Hurodotus

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Rhyton in the form of winged lion, 400-200BCE

-Persian

-Lion with wings, goat with horns

-made of gold

-cone shape for wine, open mouth is a spout to drink out of

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Palette of Narmer from Hierakinpolis, Egypt, 3000-2920BCE

-egyptian

-made of hard stone

-decorated in low relief

-king in center conquering his enemies, wears a crown of upper egypt

-Horus represented by falcon

-symbolism: falcon, cattle

-use of hieroglyphics

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Rosetta Stone, 196BCE

-egyptian

-stele, basalt slab

-unlocked key of ancient egyptian writing and history

-same text written in 3 different languages: Greek, hieroglyphics, Demotic

-Kept today in London, England

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Stepped Pyramid of Zoser (Djoser) at Sakkara, 2750BCE

-egyptian, third dynasty

-first monument constructed

-tomb for Pharoah Zoser who ruled 3rd dynasty of old kingdom

-hard stone, built to preserve body and house the spirit, which survives after death

-Dedicated to king who commissioned it (Djoser)

-King is considered a god in Egypt

-symbolizes egyptian preoccupation with death

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The Great Pyramids of Giza, 2550-2472 BCE

-egyptian, 4th dynasty of old kingdom

-Middle pyramid: Pyramid of Khufu, 480 ft tall (know as the great pyramid)

-Left: Khafre

-Right: Menkare

-They were not all built at the same time

-mummy and treasure placed inside

-linked to Nile river

-It was free labor and spent decades building a single pyramid

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Great Sphynx at Great Pyramids, 2520-2494BCE

-Egyptian, 4th dynasty,

-carved from sandstone

-crouching lion with human head of Pharaoh--Khufu

-Wearing nemes crown

-symbol of royal power

-Made out of native rock

-240 ft long and 65ft in height

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Temple of Amun-re at Karnak, 1479-1425BCE

-egyptian, new kingdom, upper egypt

-in the city thees

-Amun-re is the god of creation

-located in Thebes

-temple to celebrate deities, dedicated to Amun the Sun God

-built along central exis

-refers to passage of the soul into the afterlife

-sphynx

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Great Courtyard inside at Temple of Amun,

-egyptian

-perimeter of columns around all sides that support horizontal beam

-example of post and lentil structure initiated by ancient egyptian architects

-roofless

-looks like papyrus flower which grows around nile

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Hypostyle Hall of Temple of

Amun-re, 1290-1224BCE

-Egyptian

-where god would reveal himself to worshippers

-opened up papyrus flower

-carved from stone, painted on surface, mythological figures

-4 sided monument

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Queen Hatshepsut Temple, 1460BCE

-egyptian, 18th dynasty of new kingdom

-located at deir-el-bahari

-funerary/mortuary temple, commemorates egyptian queen

consists of several levels arranged along central axis in form of terraces

-innermost chamber is inside rock

-Again the post and lentil system

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Statue of Osiris at Deir el-Bahri, 1473-1458BCE

-egyptian, 18th dynasty

-god of underworld

-was once a Pharaoh

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Anubis from Temple of Hatshepsut, 1473-1458BCE

-egyptian

-fresco painting

-prepares mummy of pharoah for passage into afterlife

-royal association

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Abu Simbel Temple honoring Ramses II, 1290-1224BCE

-egyptian, 19th dynasty

-traditional temple of new kingdom

-along nile river

-Rock-cut temple; carved out of cliff space, interior passes into rock hollowing out spaces

-colossal statues of Ramses II in seated pose

-contain inscriptions

-uraes on statue which is a royal symbol

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Hall of Pillars at Abu Simbel Temple, 1290-1224 BCE

-egyptian

-ramses adopting pose of osiris

-built in a way that during one time of the year (spring equinox) the sun rays follow a path right through the center of the temple

-renews the power of the earth and authority of king

-Relief images carved on the stone surface

-attempted to save the temple by cutting it up and transferring it (1960s)

-rescue archaeology, saving it from being destroyed by transferring it

-equinox was preserved after transportation

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King Khafre, 2500 BC

-life-size in scale

-seated pose

-made out of diarite

-4th dynasty

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Menkaure, 2530 BCE

-egyptian sculpture

-placed in valley temple connected to his pyramid

-diorite

-portrait, formal pose, wearing false beard

-figure of falcon god Horace, associated with kingship in Italy

-carved using bronze tools

-calm, composed expression on face, has complete authority

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Menkaure and His Wife, 2490-2472 BCE

-egyptian sculpture

-in standing pose, a traditional pharoah pose

-moving forward with left leg first

-clenching fists, pursuing path into afterlife

-represents notion that king is following prescribed path into the afterlife

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Canon of proportions

formula for shaping figures

-18 units to the top of the head

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Seated Scribe, 2500 BCE

-egyptian sculpture, 4th dynasty, old kingdom

-scribe, high status, recorded laws pharoah commissioned

-painted limestone

-canon of proportions did not apply, show signs of ages, eyes are made of crystal

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Pharoah Senusret III, 1850 BCE

-egyptian sculpture, 12th dynasty of middle kingdom

-hyskos, caused destruction in egypt, changed egyptian sculpture

-change is reflected in royal portraiture; heavy lids, creases by nose, contributes to mood, captures prevailing attitude of the time

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Amenemhat III, 1850 BCE

-egyptian sculpture, 12th dynasty of middle kingdom

-heavy lids and creases

-wearing crown of upper egypt

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Akhenaten, 1360 BCE

-egyptian sculpture, ruled 18th dynasty of new kingdom

-maverick, unorthodox pharoah, shifted capital to amarna in upper egypt, religion transformed, tried to establish monotheistic religion (Aten)

-declared himself sole priest of aten and son of aten

-pillar statue

-defies canon of proportions

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Queen of Akhenaten, Queen Nefertiti, 1353-1335 BCE

-egyptian sculpture

-elongated eyes, long slender neck

-wearing crown of new kingdom

-wearing famous necklace made of gold, and encrested stone; cloisonné

-captures her warmth

-painted limestone

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Akhenaten and Nerfertiti relief, 1353-1335BCE

-egyptian, 18th dynasty

-holding daughters, showing royal family, new sort of intimacy in court scenes

-sunken relief panel

-Aten sending sun rays out to bring fertility to the world

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Akhenaten Making Offering to God, 1352-1336BCE

-egyptian,

-wearing pointed crown of upper egypt

-formal representation of worship of aten

-offerings placed on alter down below

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Horus

-egyptian

-falcon head attached to male body

-past reasserted importance

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Nefertiti Torso

-egyptian

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Sekhmet,

-egyptian, post armana period

-head of lion on female body

-goddess of war, plague and healing

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Tomb dedicated to high official Ti, 2400 BCE

-egyptian, 5th dynasty of old kingdom

-at site of saqqara

-visions of afterlife and activities deceased will enjoy, a continuation of life

-royal hunt along nile river, hunting hippos

-low relief, painted

-papyrus plants

-narrative art in egyptian context

-canon of proportions

-sensitivity to natural world

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Geese of Medum,

-egyptian

-fresco painting

-panel of geese, females coupled with males

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Fowling Scene from Tomb of Nebamun, 1400 BCE

-egyptian, 18th dynasty of new kingdom

-successful hunt

-prince shown with dark red fleck while females are shown in different color

-colorful scene

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Book of the Dead, 1300 BCE

-egyptian

-new theme in funerary episodes, events occurred proceeding dead of high official

-document written in ink on papyrus

-frieze, continuous horizontal band for ornament

-servants carrying mummy on boat

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Tomb of Rahmose,

-egyptian, 18th and 19th dynasty

-mourning the deceased as a group, official mourners

-carrying a coffin and throne

-canopic jars, contains soft organs of deceased

-color difference between males and females

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Tomb of Amanakht

-egyptian

-funeral banquet in honor of deceased, vizer (overseer)

-men and women placed separately in space

-wearing wax cone on head filled with perfume

-blind harpist

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Annubis in Queen Hatshepsut Temple,

-egyptian

-completing preparation of mummy of dead pharoah

-bier

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Tomb of Amanat,

-egyptian,

-weighing heart of pharoah on scale, feather on opposite side

-if balanced, pharoah earned passage to afterlife

-eschatlogy

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Osiris

-Important funerary deity

-God of underworld, Verifies condition of after life making sure king has happy existence after death,

-Characteristic pose

-Switch in one hand, crook in other, Symbol of authority

-Tall crown of upper egypt

-White garment down to feet

-Holds ankh Symbol of eternity

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Treasure of King Tutankhamun

-egyptian,

-valley of kings

-Howard Cater found in 1920s

-nothing but gold inside, royal coffin made of gold placed inside large stone chest, done with technique called Cloisonne, inlayed gold

-mummified body of king found inside, wearing funerary mask

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Ceremonial Throne from Tomb of Tutankhamen, 1300 BCE

-egyptian

-animal heads, lions, paws as legs of throne

-decorated in relief technique on back

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Funerary Chest from Tomb of Tutankhamen, 1333-1323 BCE

-egyptian

-decorated with gold

-relief

-falcon of horus, deity symbols

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Aegean

-Many islands

-Where ancient greek civilization rises

-Cycladic art Crete - large island

-New people invade land around 2000 BCE

-Settling on island of Crete

-Spoke another language, few written records

-Minoans

-King midas Wife pasafi, Owned many large horses

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Cycladic Idol, 3300 to 1100 BCE

-Cycladic

-carved from hard marble stones, in abundance

-alert, erect statuettes

-nude female, fertility object

-votive object

-emery used to polish surface

-30 inches in heigh

-Clear sense of form

-Assumed to have religious significance

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Cycladic Harpist, 2300 BCE

-cycladic

-male musician, seated, playing harp

-contemporary

-defined features on head to indicate sound, ears are profound

-early cycladic art

-There are other musician players, such as a flute

-surfaces are highly polished and finely cut using bronze tools

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Palace of Midas Plan, 1700-1370 BCE

-Minoan

-Throne room

-served as administrative center for island of Crete, for gatherings

-private apartments for king

-Sir Arthur Evans looked at the site of Knossos and uncovered the Palace of Midas

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North Entrance of Palace of Midas (left side of map), 1700-1370 BCE

-minoan

-a new type of column, different from previous ones

-storage rooms where wine, grain, and oils were kept

-pithos, coil built

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-Pithos

-Located in storage rooms at the North Entrance of Palace of Midas

-Sense of movement in design

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Throne Room of Palace of Midas, 1700-1370 BCE

-minoan

-ceremonial occasions where king would receive visitors

-fresco paintings on walls

-wavy design on seat, creates a sense of movement

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Priest King fresco at Palace of Midas, 1700-1370 BCE

-minoan

-implies motion

-refered to as priest king

-crown on head implies religious role and prestige

-naturalism as found in Minoan art

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Bull in Courtyard from Palace of Knossos, 1500 BCE

-Minoan

-fresco painting

-open courtyard palace where bull is introduced and children somersault over back of bull, making reference to legend

-sense of motion, carries out of frame

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Dolphins at Palace of Midas

-Minoan

-fresco painting

-reflecting minoan interest in nature and sea

-represent love of nature in a convincing matter

-architectural design, window walls

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Snake Goddess from Palace of Knossos, 1600 BCE

-minoan

-made in palace workshops

-free standing sculpture

-religious significance

-sense of movement

-made from terracotta

-used with faience

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Harvesters Vase, 1500 BCE

-minoan

-made of steatite, a hard black stone

-shows scenes of daily life

-group of farmers holding pitch forks, singing

-joyous expression

-typical minoan form

-shaking rattle or sistrum

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Octopus Vase, 1300 BCE

-minoan

-common date for later phase when palace was made

-bottle, short neck spherical shape, filled with win

-terracotta, high quality clay

-shows movement, energy

-design covers whole surface

-marine style

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Vaphio Cups, 1500 BCE

-Minoan

-made of gold, relief image on front

-scene of hunting, bulls (popular in culture)

-single handle

-sense of movement

-Made in repoussé (beating design from behind)

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Spring Fresco, 1650 BCE

-Minoan

-fresco representing natural landscape on walls

-nature blossoming during spring, lily plants, birds

-creates airy atmosphere

-spontaneous view of natural world

-represents pure landscape of nature

-private house on island of Thera

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Entrance to Mycenaean Palace, 1300-1250 BCE

-Mycenaean

-excavated by Schiliemann

-gate known as lion gate

-triangular block channels weight of wall above to sides preventing caving in

-symbols of royal power, influences of minoan art

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Grave Circle A, 1600-1500 BCE

-Myceanaean

-schilliemann discovery

-grave circle

-each grave contained gold treasure

-death masks place on deceased

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Mask of Agamenon from Grave Circle, 1600-1500BCE

-Myceanaean

-gold death mask placed over shaft graves

-repousse, sheet of gold metal beat with hammer to make figure

-eyes closed as in death

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Ceremonial Dagger from Grave Circle, 1600-1500 BCE

-Myceanaean

-made of bronze, inlaid with gold and silver

-lions, leopards, lion hunt

-lion is an important royal symbol

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Treasury of Atreus, 1300-1250BCE

-Myceanaean

-Thlos tomb

-Atreus was father of agemenon

-corbal ball, dome shape from inside

-made from dry, laid masonry

-contains corpse and treasure

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1200 BCE

-invasion occurred, the dorians

-new greek dialect spokem

-dark ages, disorder

-"true greek culture"

-left bronze age, entering iron age, iron used to make weapons

-geometric period of art

-new greek cities, police

-humanism, valued achievements of mankind

-rational thinking and logic

-democracy

-pride in human figure

-athletes, olympic games

-new art in athens, pottery

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Dipylon Amphora, 750 BCE

-geometric greek pottery

-vessels made as grave markers, signified important rank in society

-described in humanistic terms, neck, shoulder, body

-painted decoration, filled spaces between lines with geometric designs, lines and bands,

-panel representing funeral, expressing grief, carrying corpose,

-new interest in narrative art

-Gods and heros of ancient Greece are like humans in the way that they act

-man-sized

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Krater

-Geometric greek pottery

-vase with wide mouth, wide belly, tall base

-double frieze, bands of ornaments and figures, funeral procession, horse drawn chariots

-done in abstract style, typical of geometric manner

-mythological, the abduction of hellen

-strong sense of structure

-abstract silhouette style

-prothesis and ekphora

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