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Unformatted text preview: AHIS: 321 Wednesday, September 6, 2009 QuickTime and a decompresor are ne ded to se this picture. Bronze Tripod Handle in the Form of a Siren 7 th Century BC and Griffin Protome, 7 th Century BC- With orientalizing you have more of a curving form Mantiklos Apollo, Early 7 th Century BC- Inscription on legs. Votive offers. Thousands of these images, when they become property of the gods they couldn’t be destroyed so they were buried (small figures were typically disposed of this way)- The whole in his left hand means that he held a bow. The hollow eye sockets were probably filled with glass paste (amber for pupils). Triangular face and torso, geometric period older, this is new orientalizing, are rounder notably in the chin, shoulders, hips and rear. - Attempt to define muscle structure, a later development. Temple of Apollo at Dreros, Crete, End of 8 th Century and Dreros Cult Statue Group (Apollo with Leto and Artemis), End of 8 th Century BC- Cult statue group. Ancient religion was mostly all cult worship. Ancient religion was mostly all cult worship....
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2009 for the course AHIS 321 taught by Professor Yasin during the Spring '08 term at USC.
- Spring '08