ARH2050 Final Exam - Geometric Period 900-799 BCE Geometric Krater Ancient Greece from the Dipylon cemetery Athens Greece c 750-735 BCE Approx 3 4 1\/2

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Geometric Period 900-799 BCE Geometric Krater Ancient Greece; from the Dipylon cemetery, Athens, Greece, c. 750-735 BCE. Approx. 3' 4 1/2" high; meant for funeral/grave; triangular bodies, registers, wheel thrown, glazed with slip before firing Man and Centaur Ancient Greece; Herakles and Nessos? c. 750 BCE, Bronze; 4 1/2 inches high; perhaps from Olympia; commissioned by wealthy person from alter or private shrine Archaic Period Ancient Greece, 600-480 BCE
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Anavysos Kouros from Archaic Period; Ancient Greece, c. 530 BCE. Marble with remnants of paint, approx. 6' 4" high; striding forward, more attention to detail; archaic smile; Peplos Kore Archaic Period; Ancient Greece; Acropolis, Athens, Greece, c. 530 BCE. Marble, approx. 4' high; votive statue of Athena/goddess; archaic smile; EXEKIAS (potter and painter), Achilles and Ajax Playing a Game (Attic black-figure amphora) Archaic Period; Ancient Greece; from Vulci, Italy, c. 540-530 BCE. Whole vessel approx. 2' high; ironic foreshadowing; EUPHRONIOS (painter). The Death of Sarpedon Archaic Period; c. 515 BCE. Red-figure decoration on a calyx krater. Ceramic. 18" high; used for drinking wine Temple of Hera I (Basilica) Archaic Period; Ancient Greece, Archaic Period; Paestum, Italy, c. 550-540 BCE; Doric columns
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Temple of Aphaia Aegina, Greece, c. 500 or c. 475 BCE;in enclosed precinct, enter through gate of Propylaia; alter for animal sacrifice/worship outside the temple; Dying warrior, from the west pediment of the Temple of Aphaia Archaic Period; Aegina, Greece, c. 500-490 or 470BCE. Marble, approx. 5' 6" long; archaic smile; no sense of suffering; pulling arrow from chest Sanctuary at Delphi Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia; 388-375 BCE; circular building, surrounded by columns, cella on the inside; Corinthian columns Early Classical Period Ancient Greece c. 480-450 BCE Kritios Boy Early Classical Period Ancient Greece; from the Acropolis, Athens, Greece, c. 480 BCE; marble, 2'10";
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Warrior, from the sea off Riace Italy Early Classical; c. 460-450 BCE bronze, bone, glass, silver, and copper; 6'9" high; contraposto pose, stylized beard, highly idealized Frolicking Satyrs c. 480 BCE Early Classical; Italy High Classical; Douris; c. 480 BCE; red figuring painting on ceramic psykter 11-5/16" high; symposium; showing male prowess Kylix, Youth pouring wine into Kylix Early Classical; Douris; red figure painting on ceramic; c. 480 BCE; possibly reminiscent of male/youth relations; symposium High Classical Period c. 450-400 Greece Acropolis High Classical Period; 1. Parthenon 2. Propylaia 3. Erechtheion 4. Temple of Athena Nike; Athens, Greece; 447-432 BCE Parthenon Acropolis at Athens, Greece; Doric Temple, Doric Columns; gives illusion of perfection through building techniques; marble; Birth of Athena, Centauromachy, Sack of Troy, Contest between Athena and Poseidon, Panathrnaic Procession frieze; Iktinos and Killikrates Propylaia High Classical; the gate/entrance to the Parthenon
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Erechtheion High Classical; Acropolis, Athens, 421-405 BCE; porch of maidens (caryatids), Athena's olive tree and rock with Poseidon's trident mark Temple of Athena Nike (Kallikrates) High Classical; Ionic Temple; not peristyle; tow
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