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Unformatted text preview: 13/10/2008 16:05:00 ← PART A: ← The Bouleterion of Athens 594 BC ← Meeting place of the boule ← ← Ostrakon 470 BCE ← Greek ← Shard of pottery, on which the name of an undesired person was written. ← 6,000 shards were required ← ← Herm ← 415 BCE ← Greek ← Stone shafts or pillars used as boundry stones and milestones ← Decorated much of the Agora ← ← Black figure 675 – 500 BC/Red Figure Vases 500-300 ← Greek ← Amphorae often filled with olive oil or foodstuffs. ← Given as prizes at Panathenaic games ← ← The Pinakotheke – in the book ← 432 BCE ← Greek ← Picture gallery and official banquet hall, located in the Propylaea ← ← The Caryatids ← 421-407 BCE ← Greek ← Columns shaped like women. ← Featured heavily on the porch of the Erchtheum ← ← Theatre of Dionysus ← 5 th century BC Greek ← Located at the foot of the Athenian Acropolis ← Served as a prototype for all theatres in ancient Greece ← Shaped like a D ← ← Theatre of Epidauros ← 200 BC ← Built for acoustics ← Orchestra, theatron, scenae, proscenae ← ← The Athena Parthenos ← 447-438 BC ← greek ← located in the Parthenon. ← Sculpted by Phidias ← ← Corinthian Capital ← 430 BC ← Greek ← Last greek temple order ← Decorated with acanthus leaves ← ← 1 st Style of Roman Painting ← 200-80 BC ← Roman ← Imitated drafted masonry featured many different marbles and colors ← Dado (base), Orthostate Course, Upper Masonry Course ← Discovered at Pompei ← ← 2 nd style of Roman Painting ← 80-15 BC ← Roman ← Illusionistic architecture ← ← 3 rd style ← ← *mantiklos “Apollo” Figure ← 675-600 BC ← Greek ← Example of art during the Orientalizing Period ← ← *new York kouros ← 600-500 BC ← Greek ← Example of Archaic Sculpture ← Inspired by Egyptian statues ← ← * Polykleitos’ Doryphoros 440 BC was when it was made ← 500-300 was classical sculpture ← ← Julius Caesar and Pompey know more for definitions ← ← Roman Castrum ← 4 th Century BCE ← Roman ← Military camp ← Standardized format ← ← Acropolis ← Parthenon ← Agora ← Bouletarion ← Ostracon ← Black and Red figure vase ← 3 different types of columns ← The Roman Forum ← *Montiklos, New York Koros, Spear bear ← worry about the people for the definitions ← Persian wars ← Battle of Actium ← Consul ← *Pericles ← Octavian later known as Augustus ← Boule- located in the Agora ← Triumvirate first one is more important- Julias Caesar, Pompey the Great and marcus Licinus Crassus ← Mark Antony ← Pompey the great ← Curia (Senate) ← Comitium (Assembly) ← Doric- Ionic- Corinthian (types of columns)...
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