212 F07 list Q - Cal Poly Pomona Fall 2007 Art 212 History...

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Cal Poly Pomona – Fall 2007 C. Pradel Art 212: History of Western Art Quiz: Ancient Greece, Etruscan and Ancient Rome Wednesday, November 14, 2007. Quiz format: multiple-choice - 25 questions x 4 points = 100 points. - Slide identification and definition of terms. - You will take the quiz at the beginning of the class so be on time. - We will use the midterm scantron. For the slide identification, make sure to know the following: 1. Name of the monument/work 2. Culture (Greek, Etruscan, Roman) 3. Period (name and century of the periods of each culture) 4. Location (for architecture only) 5. Name of the artist or architect, if known 6. For Roman art, name of the emperor associated with the work or monument. Fig. Name of work/monument 5-2 Hero and centaur 5-8 Kouros 5-10 Kroisos 5-11 Peplos Kore 5-12 Kore from Acropolis 5-13 Temple of Hera (Doric order) 5-27 Dying warrior from the west pediment, temple of Aphaia, Aegina 5-33 Kritios boy 5-36 Zeus (Poseidon) 5-38 Doryphoros (Spear bearer) 5-42 Parthenon (Doric order) 5-44 Athena Parthenos 5-48
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  • Doric order, Triumphal arch Composite capital Apotheosis Menorah Pompeii Herculaneum Vesuvius Forum Capitolium Basilica Amphitheater Mosaic Tesserae Equestrian statue Trajan Hadrian Pantheon Oculus Diocletian Tetrarchy Constantine, Peplos Kore Kore, Etruscan temple Apulu, Melos Laocoon Etruscan

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