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c open gash inside c dramatic - Nike of Samothrace c sig to comemorate a naval battle c landed on ship c create an entire environment, placed in a fountain c just landed with wind blowing - Alexandros of Antioch-on-the-Meander; Venus de Milo c first nude depiction of her c controposto c more erotic, seen as a tease c holding golden apple Ch. 6 Ital Before the Romans The Art of the Etruscans Etruscan Art : - Typical Etruscan Temple c 3 main materials m mud brick m wood m Terracotta c broke easily c based on written documentation c statuary found on the roof c stair case centrally located, obvious front entrance c no peristyle colonnade c columns widely spaced c 3 cellas, cult statue of a different deity c columns have a base c Tuscan columns - Apulu c figures from a rooftop of an Etruscan temple made from terracotta
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Unformatted text preview: c deity figure; equivalent of the god of hollow c animation of faces arms -Sarcophagus with reclining couple c married couple c practiced cremation and ashes placed in here c woman included with representations of men c elevated status of Etruscan women c woman gesturing , animated faces c not concerned with naturalism c resting on a couch -Tomb of the Reliefs; Italy c designed to resemble an Etruscan home c pillows on the rectangular openings representing bedrooms c have several generations of one family buried here -Capitoline Wolf c hollow cast sculptures, bronze c created in an Etruscan workshop for the new Roman Republic c has elements added to it, the two babies, Romulus and Remus...
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2009 for the course ARH 252 taught by Professor Andreataylor during the Spring '08 term at Alabama.

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