CC 302K Notes 11.01.07

CC 302K Notes 11.01.07 - CC 302K Classical Archaeology...

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CC 302K – Classical Archaeology Notes 11.01.07 Second Hour Exam –; there is question and answer session Wednesday at 7 in normal room;  covers all material since last slide quiz Bronze Etruscan Mirror, 350 BCE - Cast bronze - Popular grave goods; not just for one sex, found with both men and women - Connection between Greece and Italy  Head of a Man, the “Capitoline Brutus”, 300 BCE - Bronze head is slid down into full marble body - Cast bronze found in Rome - Veristic sculpture - Much more realistic depiction; closest thing to our modern portraiture - Eyes are inset ivory Capitoline Wolf, 500 BCE - Cast bronze from Rome - Babies are added later, not part of original sculpture - Incision, detail to give it lifelike qualities - Refrerence to founding of Rome o Romulus and Remus, twin brothers abandoned and raised by wolf, mythical  founders of Rome Greek Colonies in Italy and Sicily - Most colonies clustered along coast, tells us people were looking for trade and fertile  land
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Temple of Hera at Paestum, 460 BCE - Greek style temple: shows cultural influence of Greek culture on Etruscans and Romans
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2008 for the course CC 33070 taught by Professor Gates-foster during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas.

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