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of Title Palette Narmer Geese of Medum Mastaba Pyramid of King Zoser Great Pyramids of Giza Funerary Statue of Khafre Menkaure and his Wife Rahotpe and Nofret Seated Scribe Cylinder Seals Ziggurat at Ur Votive Figures Bull Lyre Victory Stele of Naram-Sin Stele of Hammurabi Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut Akhenaten Nefertiti Amarna Relief Amarna Bust Gold Mask of Tutankhamun Mortuary Temple of Rameses II Reconstruction Drawing of the Citradel of Sargon II at Khorsabad Winged Human-Headed Bulls Ashurnasirpal Hunting Lions Ishtar Gate Great Audience Hall of Darius Darius and Xerxes Receiving Tribute Artist/Author Patron"who" Location Period Date Old Kingdom Old Kingdom 3000-2200 BC 3000-2200 BC Old Kingdom Old Kingdom Old Kingdom 3000-2200 BC midway 3000-2200 BC 3000-2200 BC Egypt Deir-el-Bahari, Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt Abu-Simbel, Egypt Khorsabad, Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Persepolis, Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Old Kingdom Sumerian Sumerian Sumerian Sumerian Akkadian Babylonian New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom Assyrian Assyrian Assyrian Neo-Babylon Persian Empre Persian Empre 3000-2200 BC 3800-2300 BC 3800-2300 BC 3800-2300 BC 3800-2300 BC 2300-2150 BC 1900-1600 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 900-612 BC 900-612 BC 900-612 BC 625-538 BC 539-331 BC 539-331 BC 29 29 31 31 32 34 34 34 34 35 36 37 37 38 39 40 42 43 43 43 44 44 44 46 46 47 47 48 48 On Crete On Crete On Crete On Thera On Thera Southern Greece Southern Greece Southern Greece Southern Greece Minoan Minoan Minoan Minoan Minoan Mycenaean Mycenaean Mycenaean Mycenaean 1750-1400 BC 1750-1400 BC 1750-1400 BC 1750-1400 BC 1750-1400 BC 1600-1200 BC 1600-1200 BC 1600-1200 BC 1600-1200 BC 52 52 53 53 54 56 56 58 58 Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Archaic Archaic Archaic Classical Classical Classical Classical Classical Classical Late Classical Late Classical Late Classical Hellenistic Hellenistic Hellenistic Hellenistic Hellenistic 600-480 BC 600-480 BC 600-480 BC 480-404 BC 480-404 BC 480-404 BC 480-404 BC 480-404 BC 480-404 BC 404-323 BC 404-323 BC 404-323 BC 323-147 BC 323-147 BC 323-147 BC 323-147 BC 323-147 BC 62 63 63 68 68 70 72 72 72 74 75 75 77 77 77 77 77 Egypt Egypt Imhotep Zoser Egypt Khufu, Khafre, Menkaure Egypt Khafre In pyramid at Giza Egypt Mesopotamia Ur, Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Ur, Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Senmut Hatshepsut King Tutankhamun Rameses King Darius Page Reference Other Minoan and Mycenaeans Palace at Knossos Dolphin Fresco Toreador Fresco Akrotiri Flotilla Fresco Mycenae Lion Gate Treasury of Atreus Mask of Agamemnon Greece Metropolitan Kouros Anavyssos Kouros Peplos Kore Acropolis Parthenon Parthenon Frieze Erectheion Warrior Doryphoros Hermes and Dionysos Aphrodite of Knidos Theater of Epidauros Aphrodite de Melos (Venus de Milo) Barberini Faun Old Market Woman Laocoon Nike of Samothrace Iktinos & Kallikrates Phidias Mnesikles Polykleitos Praxiteles Praxiteles Polykleitos the Younger Hagesandros, Polydoros, & Athanadoros Trojan priest/sons The Etruscans w. seaboard of Italy near Arno River The Etruscans 700-509 BC Veii The Etruscans 700-509 BC tomb of Tarquinia The Etruscans 700-509 BC The Etruscans 700-509 BC Cerveteri The Etruscans 700-509 BC Rome The Republic 509-44 BC Pompeii The Republic 509-44 BC The Republic 509-44 BC The Republic 509-44 BC The Republic 509-44 BC Augustus Ara Pacis Augustae Julio-Claudian 30BC-68 Augustus or Livia (wife) illa of prima porta v Julio-Claudian 30BC-68 Augustus Julio-Claudian 30BC-68 Vespasian downtown Rome Flavian 69-96 Titus entrace to Rome from Holy Land Flavian 69-96 Titus Flavian 69-96 Domitian Flavian 69-96 Trajan Philosopher Kings 96-180 Trajan Bascilica Ulpia Philosopher Kings 96-180 Hadrian downtown Rome Philosopher Kings 96-180 Marcus Aurelius Philosopher Kings 96-180 Constantine roman basilica Philosopher Kings 96-180 Constantine Philosopher Kings 96-180 Rome Etruscan Temple Apollo Musicians and Dancers Sarcophagus (coffin) Burial Chamber Temple Fortuna Virilis House of Faun Insula at Ostia Patrician with the Busts of His Ancestors Republican Bust Ara Pacis Frieze Augustus of Prima Porta Theater of Marcellus Colosseum Arch of Titus Spoils from the Temple in Jerusalem Young Flavian Woman Basilica Ulpia Column of Trajan Pantheon Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius Head of Constantine Arch of Constantine Hadrian 79 cella (like a house) 79 5'10'' statue 80 tomb art 80 encased corpse in terra cotta 80 81 82 luxurious house - volcano 84 Roman apartments 5 stories 84 wax mask of deceased fam 84 wax mask of deceased fam 88 culture transfer from greek art 88 dolphin and cupid 89 slapstick comedy 91 92 92 Titus overspent 93 add pizazz 94 Trajan's addition to Roman Forum 94 hellenistic 96 97 98 98 Title Artist/Author Patron"who" Location Period Date Page Reference Other Austria France Salisbury Plain - southern England Paleolithic Paleolithic Neolithic 30,000 BC 15,000 BC 2000 BC 21 fertillity figure 22 24 Post and Lintel Egypt Egypt Old Kingdom Old Kingdom 3000-2200 BC 3000-2200 BC Old Kingdom Old Kingdom Old Kingdom 3000-2200 BC midway 3000-2200 BC 3000-2200 BC Egypt Deir-el-Bahari, Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt Abu-Simbel, Egypt Khorsabad, Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Persepolis, Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Old Kingdom Sumerian Sumerian Sumerian Sumerian Akkadian Babylonian New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom New Kingdom Assyrian Assyrian Assyrian Neo-Babylon Persian Empre Persian Empre 3000-2200 BC 3800-2300 BC 3800-2300 BC 3800-2300 BC 3800-2300 BC 2300-2150 BC 1900-1600 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 1500-1000 BC 900-612 BC 900-612 BC 900-612 BC 625-538 BC 539-331 BC 539-331 BC 29 29 31 31 32 34 34 34 34 35 36 37 37 38 39 40 42 43 43 43 44 44 44 46 46 47 47 48 48 On Crete On Crete On Crete On Thera On Thera Southern Greece Southern Greece Southern Greece Southern Greece Minoan Minoan Minoan Minoan Minoan Mycenaean Mycenaean Mycenaean Mycenaean 1750-1400 BC 1750-1400 BC 1750-1400 BC 1750-1400 BC 1750-1400 BC 1600-1200 BC 1600-1200 BC 1600-1200 BC 1600-1200 BC 52 52 53 53 54 56 56 58 58 Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Greece Archaic Archaic Archaic Classical Classical Classical Classical Classical Classical Late Classical Late Classical Late Classical Hellenistic Hellenistic Hellenistic Hellenistic Hellenistic 600-480 BC 600-480 BC 600-480 BC 480-404 BC 480-404 BC 480-404 BC 480-404 BC 480-404 BC 480-404 BC 404-323 BC 404-323 BC 404-323 BC 323-147 BC 323-147 BC 323-147 BC 323-147 BC 323-147 BC 62 63 63 68 68 70 72 72 72 74 75 75 77 77 77 77 77 w. seaboard of Italy near Arno River Veii tomb of Tarquinia The Etruscans The Etruscans The Etruscans The Etruscans The Etruscans The Republic The Republic The Republic The Republic The Republic Julio-Claudian Julio-Claudian Julio-Claudian Flavian Flavian Flavian Flavian Philosopher Kings Philosopher Kings Philosopher Kings Philosopher Kings Philosopher Kings Philosopher Kings 700-509 BC 700-509 BC 700-509 BC 700-509 BC 700-509 BC 509-44 BC 509-44 BC 509-44 BC 509-44 BC 509-44 BC 30BC-68 30BC-68 30BC-68 69-96 69-96 69-96 69-96 96-180 96-180 96-180 96-180 96-180 96-180 79 cella (like a house) 79 5'10'' statue 80 tomb art 80 encased corpse in terra cotta 80 81 82 luxurious house - volcano 84 Roman apartments 5 stories 84 wax mask of deceased fam 84 wax mask of deceased fam 88 culture transfer from greek art 88 dolphin and cupid 89 slapstick comedy 91 92 92 Titus overspent 93 add pizazz 94 Trajan's addition to Roman Forum 94 hellenistic 96 97 98 98 Prehistory Venus of Willendorf Lascaux Cave Paintings Stonehenge Egypt and Mesopotamia Palette of Narmer Geese of Medum Mastaba Pyramid of King Zoser Great Pyramids of Giza Funerary Statue of Khafre Menkaure and his Wife Rahotpe and Nofret Seated Scribe Cylinder Seals Ziggurat at Ur Votive Figures Bull Lyre Victory Stele of Naram-Sin Stele of Hammurabi Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut Akhenaten Nefertiti Amarna Relief Amarna Bust Gold Mask of Tutankhamun Mortuary Temple of Rameses II Reconstruction Drawing of the Citradel of Sargon II at Khorsabad Winged Human-Headed Bulls Ashurnasirpal Hunting Lions Ishtar Gate Great Audience Hall of Darius Darius and Xerxes Receiving Tribute Imhotep Zoser Egypt Khufu, Khafre, Menkaure Egypt Khafre In pyramid at Giza Egypt Mesopotamia Ur, Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Ur, Mesopotamia Mesopotamia Senmut Hatshepsut King Tutankhamun Rameses King Darius Minoan and Mycenaeans Palace at Knossos Dolphin Fresco Toreador Fresco Akrotiri Flotilla Fresco Mycenae Lion Gate Treasury of Atreus Mask of Agamemnon Greece Metropolitan Kouros Anavyssos Kouros Peplos Kore Acropolis Parthenon Parthenon Frieze Erectheion Warrior Doryphoros Hermes and Dionysos Aphrodite of Knidos Theater of Epidauros Aphrodite de Melos (Venus de Milo) Barberini Faun Old Market Woman Laocoon Nike of Samothrace Iktinos & Kallikrates Phidias Mnesikles Polykleitos Praxiteles Praxiteles Polykleitos the Younger Hagesandros, Polydoros, & Athanadoros Trojan priest/sons Rome Etruscan Temple Apollo Musicians and Dancers Sarcophagus (coffin) Burial Chamber Temple Fortuna Virilis House of Faun Insula at Ostia Patrician with the Busts of His Ancestors Republican Bust Ara Pacis Frieze Augustus of Prima Porta Theater of Marcellus Colosseum Arch of Titus Spoils from the Temple in Jerusalem Young Flavian Woman Basilica Ulpia Column of Trajan Pantheon Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius Head of Constantine Arch of Constantine The Etruscans Cerveteri Rome Pompeii Hadrian Augustus Augustus or Livia (wife) Augustus Vespasian Titus Titus Domitian Trajan Trajan Hadrian Marcus Aurelius Constantine Constantine Ara Pacis Augustae villa of prima porta downtown Rome entrace to Rome from Holy Land Bascilica Ulpia downtown Rome roman basilica Romanesque Sainte Foy Last Judgment tympanum Santiago de Compostela San Miniato al Monte Christ Between the Virgin and St. Minas Abbey at Cluny Sainte Madeleine Mission of the Apostles tympanum Abbey Church at Fontenay Fontenay Madonna Mont Saint Michel FYI La Grande Rue @ Mont Saint Michel Saint Etienne Bayeux Tapestry Durham Cathedral Capella Palatino Monreale Cathedral FYI Monreale Cathedral Sacrifice of Isaac Christ Pantocrator Christ Blessing King William Conques, France northwest Spain Florence, Italy France Vezelay, France near Clairvaux, France Normandy region France Normandy region France Caen, France Bayeux, France Durham, England Palermo, Sicily near Palermo, Sicily inside Monreale Cathedral inside Monreale Cathedral inside Monreale Cathedral Romanesque- Pilgrimage Churches 1000-1200 1000-1200 Romanesque- Pilgrimage Churches 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200 1000-1200

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PROF HONGFALL 2011ECONOMICS 3190PROBLEM SET #111. Suppose ^1 ; ^2 and ^3 are estimators of ; and we know that E (^1 ) = E (^2 ) = ;E (^3 ) 6= ; var(^1 ) = 12; var(^2 ) = 10; and E (^3)2 = 6: Which estimator is the bestin terms of MSE criterion?22
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PROF HONGFALL 2011ECONOMICS 3190PROBLEM SET #111. Suppose ^1 ; ^2 and ^3 are estimators of ; and we know that E (^1 ) = E (^2 ) = ;E (^3 ) 6= ; var(^1 ) = 12; var(^2 ) = 10; and E (^3)2 = 6: Which estimator is the bestin terms of MSE criterion?22
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PROF HONGFALL 2011ECONOMICS 3190PROBLEM SET #111. Suppose ^1 ; ^2 and ^3 are estimators of ; and we know that E (^1 ) = E (^2 ) = ;E (^3 ) 6= ; var(^1 ) = 12; var(^2 ) = 10; and E (^3)2 = 6: Which estimator is the bestin terms of MSE criterion?22
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PROF HONGFALL 2011ECONOMICS 3190PROBLEM SET #111. Suppose ^1 ; ^2 and ^3 are estimators of ; and we know that E (^1 ) = E (^2 ) = ;E (^3 ) 6= ; var(^1 ) = 12; var(^2 ) = 10; and E (^3)2 = 6: Which estimator is the bestin terms of MSE criterion?22
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PROF HONGFALL 2011ECONOMICS 3190PROBLEM SET #111. Suppose ^1 ; ^2 and ^3 are estimators of ; and we know that E (^1 ) = E (^2 ) = ;E (^3 ) 6= ; var(^1 ) = 12; var(^2 ) = 10; and E (^3)2 = 6: Which estimator is the bestin terms of MSE criterion?22
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Econ 3190Fall 2011HW #1 Solution1. Denote event in (a), (b), (c) and (d) as event E.(a) P (E ) = P (A B ) = P (A) + P (B ) P (A B )(b) P (E ) = P (A B ) P (A B ) = P (A) + P (B ) 2P (A B )(c) P (E ) = P (A B ) = P (A) + P (B ) P (A B )(d) P (E ) =
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Econ 3190Fall 2011HW#2 Solution1. #2.26(a) If the person violates all 7 rules, then he or she has to pick 5 rules5out of 7 to follow, which is C7 = 21(b) If the person has already followed 2 health rules, then he or she hasto pick 3 more rules out
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Econ 3190Fall 2011Solution to HW31. (a) P (B \ A) = P (B jA) P (A) = 0:75 0:3 = 0:225P (A \ B \ C ) = P (C jA \ B ) P (A \ B ) = 0:2 0:225 = 0:045(b) P (B ) = P (B \ A) + P (B \ A0 ) = P (B jA) P (A) + P (B jA0 ) P (A0 ) =0:75 0:3 + 0:2 0:7 = 0:365
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Econ 3190Fall 2011HW #4 Solution1. #3.1X): discrete; Y): continuous; M): continuous; N): discrete; P): discrete;Q): continuous2. #3.5To be a valid probability mass function (pmf) for a discrete random variable(drv), f (x) has to satisfy the followi