Lecture 4 - Lecture 4 1 1936 Cortiva spain dying soldier best known Robert Capa a Leftist sympathy 2 Paestum a Entasis swelling of the columns

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Lecture 4   1. 1936 Cortiva, spain, dying soldier, best known, Robert Capa a. Leftist sympathy 2. Paestum,  a. Entasis, swelling of the columns, Doric style. Get a sense of the exertion of the columns.  Built out of segments called drums, fluted to give appearance of verticle linearity. 3. Parthenon a. Diminished entasis, smaller capital, less emphasis b. Double rows of columns. c. 8: 17 d. Increase in columns, more effect of walls on outside, smaller gaps between columns. e. Most religious ceremonies outside temples. f. Triglyphs: abstractions as end on log,  g. Frieze:  i. Traditional interpretation: Pan-athenatic procession (inner row of columns), three  seated gods watching procession, equestrian men,  ii. Connolly intepretation, King Arextheus on papayrus had to sacrifice daughter to  make sure athene wins. Carrying shroud. Upsetting that temple is connected with  sacrifice. Point that Greek does not portray contemporary life.
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Lecture 4 - Lecture 4 1 1936 Cortiva spain dying soldier best known Robert Capa a Leftist sympathy 2 Paestum a Entasis swelling of the columns

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