Lecture 10 Notes

Lecture 10 Notes - Lecture10: A..C...

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Lecture 10:  The Last Days of Etruria 2/11/09 A. The Classical Period 500-300 B.C.     1. Tomb of the Triclinium, Tarquinia- ca. 470 B.C. Show influence of Greek classical style from Athens Male figures no longer have beards Shorter hair styles are more popular Hands and feet remain large Draperies hang down and show effects of gravity- 470s Side burns are in for men               a. Classical Style- no beards, no braids             b. More reasonable proportions- no bulging thighs, no Archaic smile             c. More 3/4 views Figures are profiled                d. Pupil migrates towards bridge of nose Eye gets smaller Less almond shape  
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2. Tomb of Orcus, Tarquinia- ca. 300 B.C.         a. Velia and Arnth Velcha
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  • Spring '08
  • Sorin
  • Greek Classical Style, g. Teiresias, B.C.         a. Velia, Captives         a. Ajax, Ajax         f. Agamemnon

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