Lecture 16 - Lecture 16 1. Point: vatican and saint peters,...

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Lecture 16 1. Point: vatican and saint peters, until the protestant reformation, goes through radical  transformation. a. Rebuilding of saint peters was a part of the effort for the counter reformation. b. Power architecture. 2. Augustus Ceasar: Breast plate depicting the surrendering of the enemy. Was poluchrome 3. Palate of Normur Palate: king defeating the enemy, hieratically scaled. Has enemy by  hair, wears a hat symbolic of lower egypt. Was the man who supposedly united the two egypts a. More symbolic intertwined stuff on the back b. A palate was used for mizing makeup c. 2ft tall 4. Napolean a. Insisted a desire to assimilate his image with the power of Egypt. b. Painting of Napoleon in Egypt. Made in later half, near 1860s, second empire. Revival of  the image of the power of Napoleon so as to help emphasize the power of Napoleon III. 5.
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